We the Governed: In this City Council Race – Every Politician Is Breaking the Law

From Glen Morgan at We the Governed, In this city council race – every politician is breaking the law.

In the City of Port Angeles, the politicians expect the little people to follow the law, while they apparently don’t believe the laws apply to them.

 

Port Angeles, Washington State

In many cities and counties across Washington State, primary elections are in process as voters complete and mail in their ballots.  In the City of Port Angeles there are two contested primary races for city councilHowever, in one of the council races, every politician running for office is breaking Washington State’s fair campaign practices act (RCW 42.17A).  Some are not even trying to comply with the law.  When every politician breaks the law, how can a voter decide which one is best to represent them? 

Washington State’s all-mail in ballots were sent to every registered voter (in a jurisdiction with a contested race on the primary ballot) last week.  The ballots are already trickling back into the 39 different county auditor’s ballot boxes around the state with the first scheduled announcement of election results 8pm on election night, Tuesday, August 6, 2019.  Washington State law allows ballots which are postmarked before 6pm that day to count towards the final election results (as opposed to having the ballots in-hand by that date and time), so the final election results are not known in many close races often for several weeks as the later ballots trickle in from throughout the state, and sometimes local auditor offices (typically King County, but they are not alone) suddenly find “missing” ballots in car trunks and back rooms.

In the Northwest corner of Washington State, in Clallam County– the City of Port Angeles has two primary races for city council seats.  A total of four seats are up for election in 2019 (out of a council of seven including the mayor).  Of these, two races have more than two people who have filed to run, which is why Council position no.7 and position no. 5 are on the Primary election ballot.

These candidates need to file with their local county auditor in order to legally run for office, but they are also required by Washington State Law (RCW 42.17A) to register with the Public Disclosure Commission in order to ensure that their campaign contributions, expenditures, and other information about the candidates are open, transparent, and available to review for all voters, media, and interested citizens.  Unfortunately for the voters in the City of Port Angeles, most of the politicians are running “stealth” campaigns, ignoring the law, and generally blundering through the process under the belief there are no consequences for violating the law...

 

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SHTFPlan: Google Election Meddling

Mac Slavo at SHTFPlan.com has an article up summarizing some of the recent news about Google and their attempts to “prevent Trump’s election from happening again – Google Election Meddling.

 

More news has surfaced of the lengths tech giant Google is going to in order to get the outcome they want in elections. A top Google executive, Jen Gennai, was caught discussing how the tech corporation might prevent an electoral outcome like 2016 from happening again.

According to a report by Breitbart, Project Veritas discovered the propaganda/censorship scheme. Of course, this is nothing new.  We all are aware that Google is censoring dissent and hiding content while pushing pro-authoritarian content to the top of searches.  This shouldn’t come as a surprise that more evidence of the tech giants totalitarian control is surfacing.

Research Shows Google’s Search Manipulations Tried To Rig Election For Hillary

Here’s what Gennai says in the undercover video:

We all got screwed over in 2016, again it wasn’t just us, it was, the people got screwed over, the news media got screwed over, like, everybody got screwed over so we’re rapidly been like, happened there and how do we prevent it from happening again.

We’re also training our algorithms, like, if 2016 happened again, would we have, would the outcome be different?

Gennai also declares her opposition to Democrat presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren’s proposal to break up Google. Why? Because, says Gennai, if Google is broken up it can’t prevent another “Trump situation.”…

Click here to read the entire article at SHTFPlan.

Regular Assembly of the Whole, Dec. 13th, 2018

The next General Assembly of the Whole will be held on Thursday, Dec. 13th, 2018 at Caffe Villa, beginning at 6:30 PM. We will be electing executive officers and holding our Christmas potluck dinner.

People with last names beginning with the letters A through M should bring main dishes.
Last names beginning with letters N through Z should be sides and/or desserts.

Everyone should bring their own beverages, plates, utensils, cups, etc. There will be tables and chairs on site.

Click here to download a printable PDF copy of the agenda.