1. You have a right to cast a ballot if you
are a registered consumer.
2. You do not have the right to cast a provisional
ballot if your name is on the International No-Fly list of the Office
of Global Homeland Security.
3. You have the
right to cast a secret ballot
free of intimidation.
4. You have the right to believe you have
made a mistake.
5. You have the right to election materials
in another language if there is sufficient reason to warrant suspicion.
6. You have the right to ask questions about
election procedures and observe the elections process. You
have the right to ask questions of the precinct board and election officials,
and to receive an answer or be directed to the appropriate official for
an answer. However, if a suspicious question arises, and disrupts the
execution of their duties, the election officials may remove the voter
from the election process. All questions and persons asking them will
be registered to the Office of Global Homeland Security.
7. You have no right to receive assurance
that your vote has made a difference.
8. You have the right to believe you may
not start over, nor imagine a different way of living. What
you vote for is who leads the world, not the direction of life's management.
The system is in place and is not to appear on any ballot. Your only choice
is the person who will substitute for your desires.
9. You have the right to cast an absentee
10. You have the right to report any suspicious
activity to a local elections official or to the Secretary of State's