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Are Children Learning Cyber-Bullying and Internet-Bullying from Adults?
by USMJP
Thursday Jun 21st, 2012 6:27 AM
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Cris Ericson has been on the ballot in Vermont 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010 and she will be on the ballot 2012. She is tired of being abused and prays for pro bono counsel to intervene to stop the discrimination against her, which also includes denying her the right to participate in debates which are publicly funded, such as at the University of Vermont which receives millions in taxpayer funding.

Are children learning cyber-bullying and internet-bullying from adults and from government officials who are currently teaching them that it is o.k. to promote major party candidates while disrespecting independents and minor parties?
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June 20, 2012 U.S.A.

Does Cyber-Bullying, or internet bullying, start with adults?

Do children really learn cyber-bulling or internet-bullying
from adults?

Do the major political parties teach children bullying by
disrespecting independent candidates and minor parties,
thereby teaching kids that if you aren't in the in crowd,
it is o.k. to publicly disrespect you?

http://www.sec.state.vt.us click on Elections in the State of Vermont.

The primary election candidates are on a draft
candidate list.

There is only one Democrat candidate for Governor, Peter Shumlin,
no contest.

There is only one Democrat candidate for U.S. Senate, Bernie Sanders,
again, no contest.

Etc., the majority of candidates for statewide office in
the primary election in Vermont have no opposition,
in this small state of population 620,000.

Cris Ericson is an independent candidate using the
Vermont "descriptive words" rule which basically allows
designer label candidates to promote their causes.

Cris Ericson will appear on the Nov. 6, 2012 election ballot
as the United States Marijuana Party. http://usmjp.com

The list of candidates who will appear on the official election
ballot for the general election
Nov. 6, 2012 who are
independents and minor party candidates
are currently NOT listed
on the Vermont Secretary of
State Elections Division website,
EVEN THOUGH THEIR
PETITION DEADLINE WAS THE SAME TIME
AS THE
MAJOR PARTY CANDIDATES,
EVEN THOUGH THEY
WERE REQUIRED TO HAVE JUST AS MANY CERTIFIED
REGISTERED VOTER SIGNATURES
AS THE MAJOR
CANDIDATES,
THEY ARE NOT LISTED,
AND THIS AFFECTS THEIR ABILITY TO RAISE CAMPAIGN
FUNDS.

HOW CAN THE U.S. MARIJUANA PARTY CANDIDATE,
Cris Ericson http://usmjp.com
PROVE THAT SHE IS CERTIFIED TO BE ON THE BALLOT
WHEN THE VERMONT SECRETARY OF STATE
REFUSES TO LIST
INDEPENDENT AND MINOR PARTY CANDIDATES?

ISN'T THIS CYBER-BULLYING?

ISN'T THIS ELECTION FRAUD?

ISN'T THIS INTERNET BULLYING?

ISN'T THIS AN ACT OF GREEDY CORRUPTION
BY
THE DEMOCRAT SECRETARY OF STATE, Jim Condos,
AND THE
DEMOCRAT GOVERNOR, Peter Shumlin,
AND CURRENT U.S. SENATOR BERNIE SANDERS,
RUNNING IN THE PRIMARY AS A DEMOCRAT,
INTENDING
TO KEEP MINOR PARTY CANDIDATES
AND INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES FROM
RAISING CAMPAIGN FUNDS?

START THINKING ABOUT HOW CHILDREN
LEARN BULLYING FROM ADULTS!

Little State of Vermont has Big City Style Election Fraud

United States Marijuana Party candidate
forwards her complaint to F.B.I.
about election fraud in Vermont.

From: Cris Ericson
Sent: 6/18/2012 1
To: jim.condos [at] sec.state.vt.us [jim.condos [at] sec.state.vt.us]
Subject: fraud to conceal material facts on sec. state election website
Sent : 6/18/2012
To : GovernorVT [at] state.vt.us;
ny1 [at] ic.fbi.gov;
washington.field [at] ic.fbi.gov;
kscheele [at] sec.state.vt.us; will.senning [at] sec.state.vt.us

Dear Kathy Scheele, Will Senning, Governor Shumlin (Democrat),

Good afternoon,

I believe you all appear to be commiting election fraud
because you have the list of candidates for the Primary
election listed on the Secretary of State Elections
Division website, but you do not have the list of
candidates who are not "draft" candidates, but who
are actually already candidates for the general
election Nov. 6, 2012, such as myself.

I believe that you appear to be fraudulently concealing
material facts from the voters in order to commit
fraud so that they do not know that they have other
choices.

When you list my opposing candidates, and do not
list me, you are giving them preferential treatment
that affects the outcome of the state and federal
election because I am a candidate in the general
election for state and federal office,
and I became a candidate when my petitions were
filed, and they were already verified because
I received telephone notice left on my tape machine
that they were verified.

You have a legal duty to provide the registered voters
of Vermont of the material facts that there is a
final candidate list of candidates not required to
participate in any Primary election.

You have a legal duty to provide that information
now.

You know that Governor Peter Shumlin was not legally
elected because of the vote fraud in 2010 where you
reduced my unofficial vote count for Governor 2010
and U.S. Senate 2010 by 50% from the unofficial
vote count to the official vote count, without
any explanation.

Stop commiting fraud in elections!

Cris Ericson
http://usmjp.com
http://usmjp.com
Candidate opposing Governor Peter Shumlin
and also opposing Bernard Sanders for U.S. Senate.

____________________________________________

VERMONT SECRETARY OF STATE - Jim Condos
Divisions: Home Archives Corporations Elections Professional Regulation Other Programs Secretary's Desk

Elections Division
Vermont Secretary of State
128 State Street
Montpelier, VT 05633-1101
In-State: (800) 439-8683
Outside VT: (802) 828-2464
FAX: 802-828-5171
HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
http://www.sec.state.vt.us
Welcome to the Secretary of State's Elections and Campaign Finance Division web pages. Please see our disclaimer below.

DRAFT CANDIDATE LIST for August 28 Primary

DRAFT CANDIDATE LIST for August 28 Primary PDF

Parties, Candidates, and interested citizens: Please Review the Candidate List above and email the Elections Division if you find any errors or omissions.

The printing deadline is Tuesday at 5:00 p.m.

Independent and Minor Party Candidate List for the November 6 General Election will be posted on or before the week of July 1.

Contact Kathy Scheele
(formerly DeWolfe),
Director of Elections and Campaign Finance
at kscheele [at] sec.state.vt.us
or (802) 828-2304

Contact Will at will.senning [at] sec.state.vt.us or (802) 828-0175 for Municipal Elections, Lobbyist, Campaign Finance and Candidate/Parties questions.

Contact Lori at lori.bjornlund [at] sec.state.vt.us or (802) 828-2464 for Candidates/Parties, Voter Registration, Justice of the Peace questions and for copies of Publications.

Contact Elizabeth at liz.harrington [at] sec.state.vt.us or (802) 828-0771 for Lobbyist and Campaign Finance questions.

Contact Lelonie at lelonie.adams [at] sec.state.vt.us or (802) 828-1931 for Statewide Checklist, Motor Voter Information, Military/Overseas and Voter Registration questions.