Are you a Nazi, Eugencist, or Satanist in Legal Trouble? BETTER CALL SOL!

Augustus Sol Invictus : From Politician to Panhandler with 9 children to feed. If he had only listened to his Jewdi advisors, he had the potential to be a congressman.

I explain as objectively as I can the fallout between me and “Little Ceasar’s.”

PS:

LEARN TO WEAR A CONDOM!

How Trump Should Answer Questions About Sexual Assault Allegations

Trump supporter Mike Tyson provides a model for answering biased media questions:

A Prelude for My Letter to Augustus

Below is a 100% unedited conversation I had precisely one hour ago with the “nominal” campaign manager of the Augustus Invictus campaign, Raquel Okaye (her last name is odd).

She is one of two people I blame for the extremely underperforming results of the Florida Libertarian Primary, and for what I can objectively call the disaster that is the INVICTUSWARROOM.

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(yes, that is literally the entire site and they ask for 10 dollars to see if there’s any more. The Article to the Right you see is mine, and I believe one of my friends in WAC NYC shot that video)

I am posting this now to establish that this person exists, that within the campaign, I existed, and because she and her “collaborator” Rynne (god knows what) will be the primary topics of the upcoming letter to Augustus

Raquel is BOLD I am ITALICS

APPROX : 9PM

Max is sending multiple group multi media texts. That don’t download. I have no idea what he’s up to.

This is him

So what is it?

Remind me to whom I’m speaking again? I just have this as an unlisted contact

Max. It’s Raquel.

Hi

What’s up. I’m writing an open letter to Augustus

Is that what’s attached?

On my new blog No

Is it published yet?

That is something called pidgin ptr, Encryption, No, tomorrow

What’s in it?

It’s not written yet. I don’t intend it to be nasty. But certainly honest and objective

Cool. I don’t think he deserves that.

I disagree. But I pity him. I have no hate for him

If you’re going to make opinions about me I respectfully ask you to refrain because a. You have no personal knowledge of me, what I do, or what I’m capable of doing and b. It won’t lend you any friends and maybe some enemies.

I’ve not thought that far aheadI probably will say what I’ve already PUBLICALLY and privately said

Re you

Your beef is not with me. I barely know you. You were not as privy to the inner workings as you think. I’m sorry. That’s not my fault.

To the contrary, there was a lot going on you were left out of

Although

I didn’t realize the old campaign team would be so heavily involved

That’s fine. I didn’t want to be. But you were not on the inner circle like Rynne and I.

War room?

See above statement

There is no inner circle

I’m talking about the campaign

Rather multiple ones that are tricked into thinking so

So am I

That’s the only involvement I’ve had. Except a press release i wrote so what?

As I’ve told you before

Okay. So you were in another inner circle but your circle was so much better you start trashing the two people Augustus trusts the most. Not cool.

You and Ryne were a big part of why Max Max kris left and a lot of sympathetic folk in st Pete wouldn’t get involved

And I told him

Trust is cool, but competency is more than lacking

If that’s your opinion, your entitled but ask Augustus how much Rynne and I have done. That’s the only person you need to ask.

And I’m not the only one who thinks this

I’ll quantify the last / weeks in. Terms of what you’ve done

I don’t care what you and your friends think. No personal knowledge. You have no idea who I am and what I’m capable of. Its as simple as that. You’re going to look like an idiot.

1: produced an amateur zero content wp site that a child could do

Oh please. Keep dreaming. Little boy.

No no, u asked

Conversion ended…. Now i know why I blocked you hahaha. Good bye. Dickstein. Grow up.

Ok

As they say on Seinfeld, “no soup for you!”

Thx 4 the content 4 my article

Y a w n.

As long as you and Rynne are put in your place, and I have immediately secondary control after Augie, I can forgive him and return

Pass that to him if it pleases you

“your place” means what to you?

I thought you said good bye

Was curious what exactly that means to you.

To determine what your capabilities are and how to properly leverage them. SomewhZat tough because your first impression did   Not impress us

Most Importantly me

Y a w n.

Goodnight

Loose lips sink ships. You are already a liability. Too bad. My first impression was you had potential. Unfortunately that didn’t happen. Good night.

Write about it in your blog

And if you don’t know how to make one a diary

Hahaha. I was making websites when you were in grade school. So silly you are. Good bye. Max.

Good night and go to sleep

Go fuck yourself you little turd.

Your name is dirt. Nobody likes you. Even Augustus wants you to go away.

If I wanted to be liked

I would not be ad pathetic as you

My name is legendary

Your just not half as smart or educated as you think you are

And you cunt is reignited you old nut job

Resigned lol

Hahaha that’s why your persona non grata and I’m not. So your complaints about me makes you look like a jealous and disgruntled ex volunteer. You do realize I am going nowhere and you have been tossed from the War Room, right? Um. From my perspective I have the upper hand here and you have slammed no one except yourself.

War room is going nowhere

You don’t get it

I leave when I know something will fail

I have better things going on

Take it up with Augustus. Oooops. Your persona non grata. Do you know what that means? You’re done. Finished. Kaput. That’s Augustus decision. You blaming everyone else for your own inadequacies makes you look like a jealous child.

AUgustus is A poor guy with z9 kids

You leave when you got booted. Are you in a dream or something? Wake up dude.

I’m great nephew of a congressman

Why exactly is he important again?

Whoopdie fuckin doo.

Why?

He isn’t . I have a working blog and infrastructure. You have jackshih

Cause your a liar who can’t build jackshit

You have no voice, no significance, and no skills

Augustus has some……..just some.. And it’s fading fast

You whine and bitch to your “tribe” all you want

As Augie said, I run the media machine. I’m good at it: and known for honesty

I really don’t want to damage him too much tomorrow. You make that very difficult

So now will you say “I’m sorry, I’m a bitch, please show mercy, goodnight” or need we go on?

Dear readers, I hope this demonstrated the character, capabilities, and the identities of myself and the colleague I did not enjoy working with, but please use this as s chance to realize you will never here a lie from me. Now I am going to block this objectively rude individual and hope you enjoy our mission at GI (I WROTE THIS IN THE TEXT IN REALITY)

IPR in decline

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A couple days ago an interesting discussion happened in comments for the IPR article LP.org blog: Libertarian for WA state rep Michelle Diarnell dominates opponent in two candidate forums :

  1. Trent Hill October 17, 2016 at 11:03
    I hardly ever comment here, honestly. I was a co-founder of the site and then the senior editor and co-owner, before selling the site later. I really only comment when I see someone posting an article that is unfair or not up to the standard that readers have indicated they want at IPR.By all means, if you don’t like my coments, you skip right over them and ignore them. No skin off my back. Any of the contributors here are welcome to do the same. I’m not an editor or an owner here anymore, just someone who wants to see the site expand.
  2. Matt October 17, 2016 at 11:16
    The site seems to expand when more articles get posted. Yet few people want to post them, myself included. And the few people that do want to post articles don’t seem to have a lot of time for it.
  3. Trent Hill October 17, 2016 at 11:24
    The site did best when it was indexed in Google News. But yes, that did coincide with a time when more articles were posted, mostly by myself and Paulie. Running IPR is not easy–the main thing is finding a reliable editor and responsible/enthusiastic writers….who aren’t going to be paid. Certain publishers have implemented profit sharing mechanisms, which I think probably helped.
  4. Jill Pyeatt October 17, 2016 at 12:15
    I am busier than usual in my private life, but I admit that I’m burned out. We all worked so hard up until the LP convention, and since then there hasn’t been tons of good news to post. It seemed like the only thing being talked about was how bad Johnson is. I tried to ignore all of that and support him, but even I have given up on him. I can’t handle Weld and his CFR ties and his comment that “he;s running as himself”. What it boils down to is that, even if Gary was doing a good job, he chooses the people around him badly. I don’t need to point out Ron Nielson’s shortcomings or Weld’s, but he’s also got a brute of a handler, Tom Mahan, who viciously attacks people who question anything going on. Even I’m out. I’ll be voting for Jill Stein due to her foreign policy stance, plus she is also sympathetic to a couple of other issues that are important to me.I’ll help any new writer that wants to get involved, and I keep a good eye on the inner workings here, such as the Open Thread and releasing pended comments. I still love this site and the people here. I’m just sooooo discouraged. Hopefully it’s only temporary.

According to Alexa, IPR has declined to a rank of 403,070, dropping 23,096 spots in the past three months.

The news comes as IPR fails to sign new writers, bans users for expressing certain opinions, employs moderators who edit user comments in a profane manner, and receives stiff competition from competing sites.

As IPR falls into the ash heap of history, new sites have risen such as The Grand Inquirer, IPR-X, and knappster blog.

Mcafee company delisted

http://www.streetinsider.com/dr/news.php?id=12147785

My predictions were correct.

Sell mgt NOW!

Top 5 Reasons you Should Fear Hilary Clinton

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Julian Assange is one of my top 5 heroes of this century. While Breitbart Magazine may not be as unequivocally supportive of Eric Snowden and Julian Assange as I, they know that Hilary is as corrupt and wicked as advertised by Wikileaks

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/10/13/the-most-explosive-wikileaks-clinton-revelations-so-far/

In the article, Breitbart lists what they consider the 18 biggest leaks about Hilary Clinton. I am going to pick what I consider the 5 most revealing and terrifying things, and explain to you why those ALONE is why a person should never even consider voting for such a tyrant in the making

5 : Believes And Acts Above The Law

Are any of you fans of House of Cards? Did you know that the show’s creator based the First Lady Claire Underwood off of Hilary Clinton? No? Spoiler alert, Claire Underwood was a DISASTROUS secretary of state, nearly causing war with Russia over conflicts in the Middle East (sound familiar?).

Additionally, she and her husband openly pressured DOJ, FBI, and media to cover their scandals and tracks for them. If you read the WIKILEAKS documents (which legally I’m actually not aloud to post), you will see that Hilary Clinton views herself as above the law, and between her funding of terrorist rebel groups like ISIS to fight Assad, threatening her federal colleagues into submission if they subpoena her, accepting money from state sponsors of terror like the Saudi’s, and rigging the Democratic primary—what seperates her from a dictator like Putin in any practical reality? Speaking of Bernie Sanders-

4 : Has Discredited the Integrity of US Democracy

Say what you want about Bernie Sanders, but a Sanders administration I PROMISE you would not have acted in the criminally oligarchichal manner Clinton has, I have demonstrated above, and at the least would have respected the RULE OF LAW. There will be no Rule of Law in a Clinton administration—we will be on par with Russia as a Corporate-Mafia run oligarchy.

When Donald Trump states that the elections are rigged-they are. All one need do is observe the behavior of DNC chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and her private exchanges between the Clinton campaign and the DNC to know the Democratic primary was deliberate rigged against Bernie Sanders—so why do people act as is Trump claims the elections are rigged. In fact, these comments are benign—Vladimir Putin has publically said the USA is not even a democracy anymore.

Disregarding Donald Trump for a moment, if you have read either our or AMTP’s past stories on how the LP election was rigged and Alicia Dearn ADMITTED IT on her own facebook, is claims of election rigging really so outrageous at this point?

The Clinton campaign and foundation have officially lowered the transparency and corruption level of our Presidential elections to at least that of Russia and possibly as low as North Korea

3 : Clinton dreams of a world with “open trade and open borders”

While she publically oppossed TPP at the time she ran against Bernie Sanders, secretly she was telling Goldman Sachs and Brazillian banks in paid speaking engagements the folowing.

“The list of speech excerpts, in emails made public this month by WikiLeaks, didn’t require us to look far to discover Hillary Clinton’s own secret goal.

In a secret, $225,000 speech to Brazilian bankers in 2013, she let her mask down revealed the goal she truly wants to pursue (aka her private position).”

“My dream,” she said, “is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders.”

In other words, open borders and open trade for the entire hemisphere—all of the countries in North and South America. Just like in England, whose capital is now colloquially referred to as “Londistan,” she wants the COMPLETE OPPOSITE of Ron Paul’s “sound borders.” Like her friend Bill Weld, VP of the LP and fellow Council on Foreign Relations member—she wants none. No vetting on immigration, no protection of decentralized and local small businesses, and as much offshore and cheap labor as possible (unemployment rates be damned (or forged)).

No, opposition to TPP was not a flipflop, it was a lie ; speaking of lies.

2: Clinton admitted she has different “public and private positions” on Wall Street reform:

“Running for office in our country takes a lot of money, and candidates have to go out and raise it,” she said. “New York is probably the leading site for contributions for fundraising for candidates on both sides of the aisle, and it’s also our economic center. And there are a lot of people here who should ask some tough questions before handing over campaign contributions to people who were really playing chicken with our whole economy.”

This quote from the Washington Times explains it all. Firstly, if you accept this as a political reality and necessity, shame on you and get off my blog. Secondly, it truly affirms every claim she may be the most dishonest politician we have ever had….but what is so particularly disturbing about Mr. Assange’s revelations is her dishonesty concerning the Financial System.

When it comes to Wall Street, there is no difference between her and Woodrow Wilson. She will increase taxes for average Americans to subsidize the corporate loopholes she has the audacity to criticize Trump for utilizing. She will drastically raise unemployment DELIBERATELY to put you out of a job in order to outsource it to either a Vietnamese, Chinese, or Chinese made robot laborer.

TPP is just the beginning. Mark my words, an election of Hilary Clinton is a giant step closer towards her friend Bill Weld’s self-stated goal of a, EU styled “North-American Union,” the abnegation of the US constitution, and the replacement of the US dollar with the AMERO.

If you are one critical of the 2008 bailouts and/or the Federal Reserve, just wait until some French-Canadian becomes head of the AU central bank, bailout out socialist countries like Venezuela and Argentina.

1. Clinton courted business elites to support liberal agenda to beat back populism

In honor of the deceased Andrew Breitbart, I will let his website take it from here. This alone should explain to you why they are so adamantly anti-Clinton and pro-Trump

Hillary Clinton Said Politicians Treat NYC Like An ATM And “Political Givers” Need To Tell Politicians “Here Are Things I Want You To Do For The Country.” “So I think that we’re going to have to take seriously how we fund disasters, but I think Peter’s point was a larger one, which is—you know, New York is kind of an ATM machine for both Democrats and Republicans, and people come up and they visit with many of you and they ask for money, and often they’re given—if they’re coming they’re going to get it.  And at some point the American public—and particularly political givers—have to say:  Here—and it’s not just about me.  It’s not just about my personal standings.  Here are things I want you to do for the country and be part of that debate about the country.” [ Speech to Goldman Sachs, 2013 IBD Ceo Annual Conference, 6/4/13]

Clinton Said The Business View Speaking Out During The Debt Limit Debate Was Helpful In Getting Through The Crisis. “So what you saw was a relatively small group in the House of Representatives and very few in the Senate who were trying to achieve one objective, namely make a political point about the health care law by holding hostage the entire rest of the government and putting the full faith in credit of the United States at risk. Although it went up to the last hour, the fact that they were a minority and that there were much more level heads, even in the same political party, that the business view started speaking out after having been relatively silent, thinking this is going to work out, but then people of experience and expertise began speaking out, it was possible to get through that crisis.” [Goldman Sachs AIMS Alternative Investments Symposium, 10/24/13]

Clinton Said That Because Candidates Needed Money From Wall Street To Run For Office, People In New York Needed To Ask Tough Questions About The Economy Before Handing Over Campaign Contributions.“Secondly, running for office in our country takes a lot of money, and candidates have to go out and raise it.  New York is probably the leading site for contributions for fundraising for candidates on both sides of the aisle, and it’s also our economic center. And there are a lot of people here who should ask some tough questions before handing over campaign contributions to people who were really playing chicken with our whole economy.” [Goldman Sachs AIMS Alternative Investments Symposium, 10/24/13]

Clinton Encouraged Attendees Of The ASCP Annual Meeting In Chicago To “Spend Some Money, Because [Emanuel] Probably Has Surveillance Watching To Determine Who Does And Doesn’t.” “Thank you so much.  I’m deeply honored to receive this award from such an esteemed organization.  I know that the mayor is rushing off to his next assigned event and responsibility.  I just want to thank him and tell you that reliving a lot of my experiences with Rahm makes me once again realize how much you want him in any foxhole you end up in, maybe not at Buckingham Palace for tea with the Queen, but for any other challenging situation, he always had my back. He always had both President Clinton’s and President Obama’s back, and now he’s got Chicago’s back.  So if I were you, I would find some way to go spend some money because he probably has surveillance watching to determine who does and who doesn’t.” [American Society for Clinical Pathology Annual Meeting, 9/18/13]

Hillary Clinton Praised Lamar Alexander For Standing Against Tea Party Extremism. “SECRETARY CLINTON:  Yeah.  You want them to prove it by saying, you know, we’re going to act differently in our voting and our giving.  And it could make a very big difference.              Now, some of the Republicans are also fighting back.  I mean, somebody like Lamar Alexander, who’s been a governor and a senator of Tennessee, and they’re mounting a Tea Party challenge against him.  He’s going right at it.  He is not afraid to take them on.  And more moderate Republicans have to do that as well.  Take back their party from the extremists and the obstructionists.” [Goldman Sachs Builders And Innovators Summit, 10/29/13]

OK? There and my belief is that if Donald Trump is the candidate of the INFORMED and rational public, Clinton is the candidate of the Globalist Elite and APATHETIC public.

Conclusion :

When people ask, “how could anyone even think of supporting a bufoon like Donald Trump?”

My response to you is, “How could anyone even consider voting for the female equivalent of this Belarussian dictator.”

While I concede Hilary has effectively STOLEN this election from both Trump and Sanders, and will win, I encourage you strongly. #NEVERHILARY. And while she will win—go to the poles, vote third party candidates (ideally not the Clinton friendly LP), and let her know—we’re watching you closely, bitch.

Trump: Idiot Super Hero.

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Libertarian Shared Ideals and the Contrast Between Trump and Clinton:
The only thing that seems to be true of all libertarians (left, right, anarchist, etc.) is a distrust of centralized power in one form or another. Leftists fear the giant multinational corporation. Rightists fear the federal government and the constant globalization of power, undermining national sovereignty and even further taking decision making away from the individual.
The way I see it, both of these are a threat.
Both of these work together to undermine individual freedoms.
The interests of capitalists like Soros and Buffett are the same as those of the bureaucrats, like the Clintons, and it seems like there is no person in a place of prominence around to stand up against them.
Or maybe there is.
Yes, he’s a pile of shit.
Yes, he’s uninformed about most issues, if not all.
But his instincts tend to be right.
Elections are rigged. The media is biased. Trade deals are unfair, countries are taking advantage of them, and they aren’t helping the American people and thus should be reformed. Immigration is a tool of the rich to get cheaper labor, and on top of that, dangerous people are coming in that we have no way of screening. Shut it down until we fix the problems with the immigration system. We should work with Russia and Assad to crush common enemies. Wars are a drain on the economy. Deregulate. Lower taxes. Make education more affordable. Legalize weed across all fifty states. Increase American energy production and undermine OPEC.
Yeah, okay, he said nasty things in a tape twenty years ago and sexually assaulted some women.
Does that mean he is going to be worse than Clinton?
Tons of good leaders have done garbage things. JFK, Eisenhower, Churchill, Lincoln.
And if sexual impropriety is disqualifying and undermines one’s ability to be a good leader, why did that not apply to Hillary Clinton’s husband, Bill Clinton?
He is, by all accounts, credible and not so credible, as bad as Trump. Or worse.
He has a list of rape accusers a mile long.
He cheated on his wife too.
While Trump was talking about grabbing pussy, Bill Clinton was putting cigars out inside a pussy.
If a moral figure is what America wants, Darrel Castle, Gary Johnson, Evan McMullen, Zoltan Istvan, and Jill Stein are all better choices.
Well, maybe not Gary Johnson.
I am not telling you to vote for Trump. Or for anyone else. Vote for who you think is the best, or don’t vote at all.
I am just trying to make clear the contrast between the two major party candidates.
As the final debate is coming up, Trump has one last chance to prove himself to be more than a school yard bully and an uninformed rich kid reality star.
He can, instead, come off as a trailblazer and a pragmatic businessman. He probably won’t be, since he is an idiot and seems unwilling to do extensive debate prep or work with his party.
In conclusion, Trump is stupid and awful. Clinton is evil and awful. Libertarians distrust central authority while hating on the one candidate that has pissed off all forms of centralized authority.

Obese P.O.S. Disrespects America

James Weeks II, an obese man known for a disgusting stripping performance at the Libertarian National Convention, was recently photographed standing on top of an American flag, disrespecting the flag and all the veterans who fought for it.  He did this while wearing the jersey of controversial football player Colin Kaepernick, known for his refusal to stand for the Star Spangled Banner.

Weeks claims to be running for Sheriff of Livingston County, Michigan.

Write-in Candidates Winners In The Past

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TIME TO MAKE HISTORY AND CHANGE THE FUTURE!

Pray, everybody please! There is a great chance if America can gain the favor of our Creator! It’s time to show them how it’s done and get the votes in for the ONLY SAFE CANDIDATES:

DARRELL CASTLE/ SCOTT BRADLEY

THE HISTORY OF SUCCESS FOR WRITE IN CANDIDATES:

Presidential Primaries:

In 1928, Herbert Hoover won the Republican Massachusetts presidential primary on write-ins, polling 100,279.

In 1940, Franklin D. Roosevelt won the Democratic New Jersey presidential primary with 34,278 write-ins.

In 1944, Thomas Dewey won the Republican Pennsylvania presidential primary with 146,706 write-ins.

In 1948, Harold Stassen won the Republican Pennsylvania presidential primary with 81,242 write-ins.

In 1952, Robert A. Taft won the Republican Nebraska presidential primary with 79,357 write-ins.

In 1952, Estes Kefauver won the Democratic Pennsylvania presidential primary with 93,160 write-ins.

In 1952, Dwight Eisenhower won the Republican Massachusetts presidential primary with 254,898 write-ins.

In 1956, Dwight Eisenhower won the Republican Massachusetts presidential primary with 51,951 write-ins.

In 1960, Richard Nixon won the Republican Massachusetts presidential primary with 53,164 write-ins.

Also in 1960, John F. Kennedy won the Democratic Pennsylvania presidential primary with 183,073 write-ins, and he won the Democratic Massachusetts presidential primary with 91,607 write-ins.

In 1964, a write-in campaign organized by supporters of former U.S. Senator and vice presidential nominee Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. won Republican primaries for President in New Hampshire, New Jersey, and Massachusetts, defeating declared candidates Barry Goldwater, Nelson Rockefeller, and Margaret Chase Smith.

In 1968 in the Democratic presidential primary in New Hampshire, incumbent President Lyndon Johnson did not file, but received write-ins totaling 50% of all Democratic votes cast. Senator Eugene McCarthy, who campaigned actively against Johnson’s Vietnam war policies, was on the ballot. He received an impressive 41% of the vote and gained more delegates than the President. Johnson was so stunned that he did not run for reelection.

In 1992, consumer advocate Ralph Nader ran a write-in campaign during the New Hampshire primary for the presidential nomination of both the Democratic and Republican parties. Declaring himself the “none of the above candidate” and using his Concord Principles as his platform, Nader received 3,054 votes from Democrats and 3,258 votes from Republicans.

Senate:

Republican William Knowland was elected in 1946 to the U.S. Senate from California.

Democrat Strom Thurmond was elected in 1954 to the United States Senate in South Carolina as a write-in candidate, after state Democratic leaders had blocked him from receiving the party’s nomination.

***In 2010 incumbent Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski lost the Republican primary to Joe Miller. Following her defeat she ran in the general election as a write-in candidate. Murkowski had filed, and won, a lawsuit requiring election officials to have the list of names of write-in candidates distributed at the polls and subsequently won the election with a wide enough margin over both Miller, and Democratic Party candidate Scott T. McAdams, to make moot the write-in ballots that had been challenged by Miller.

House of Representatives:

In 1918, Peter F. Tague was elected to the U.S. House as a write-in independent Democrat, defeating the Democratic nominee, John F. Fitzgerald.

In 1930 Republican Charles F. Curry, Jr. was elected to the House as a write-in from Sacramento, California.

Democrat Charlie Wilson was the endorsed candidate of the Democratic Party for Ohio’s 6th congressional district in Ohio to replace Ted Strickland in 2006.

Democrat Dave Loebsack entered the 2006 Democratic primary in Iowa’s second congressional district as a write-in candidate after failing to get the required number of signatures. He won the primary and in the general election.

State legislatures:

Several members of the Alaska House of Representatives were elected as write-in candidates during the 1960s and 1970s, particularly from rural districts in the northern and western portions of the state.Examples of successful write-in candidates include Kenneth A. Garrison and Father Segundo Llorente (1960), Frank R. Ferguson (1972), James H. “Jimmy” Huntington (1974), Nels A. Anderson, Jr. (1976), Axel C. Johnson, (ran for re-election as a write-in candidate after failing to formally file his candidacy paperwork), Johnson and Llorente, etc…

Carl Hawkinson of Galesburg, Illinois won the Republican primary for the Illinois Senate from Illinois’s 47th District in 1986 as a write-in candidate. He went on to be elected in the general election and served until 2003.

In 1990, Conservative New York State Senator Serphin Maltese won the party’s nomination as a write-in candidate.

Charlotte Burks won as a Democratic write-in candidate for the Tennessee Senate seat left vacant when the incumbent, her husband Tommy, was assassinated by his opponent, Byron Looper, two weeks before the elections of November 2, 1998. The assassin was the only name on the ballot, so Charlotte ran as a write-in candidate.

Winnie Brinks was elected to the Michigan House of Representatives in 2012 after a series of unusual events. Brinks ran as a write-in to be the Democratic nominee. She won the primary and was listed on the ballot in the general election, which she also won.

Scott Wagner was elected as an anti-establishment Republican write-in candidate to the Pennsylvania Senate in a March 2014.

Local government:

Julia Allen of Readington, New Jersey won a write-in campaign in the November 2005 elections for the Township Committee.

Mike Duggan filed petition to run for mayor of Detroit in 2013; however, following a court challenge, Duggan’s name was removed from the ballot. Duggan then campaigned as a write-in in the August 2013 primary, with the intent of being one of the top two vote-getters and thus advancing to the general election in November. Duggan received the highest number of votes in the primary, and advanced to the runoff in November. He eventually defeated challenger Sheriff Benny Napoleon and became the Mayor of Detroit.

Michael Jarjura was re-elected Mayor of Waterbury, Connecticut in 2005 as a write-in candidate after losing the Democratic party primary to Karen Mulcahy.

James Maher won the mayorship of Baxter Estates, New York on March 15, 2005 as a write-in candidate.

Beverly O’Neil won a third term as Mayor of Long Beach, California as a write-in candidate in 2002.

Michael Sessions, an 18-year-old high school senior, won as a write-in candidate for Mayor of Hillsdale, Michigan in 2005. He was too young to qualify for the ballot.

Anthony A. Williams, then incumbent Mayor of Washington, D.C. was forced to run as a write-in candidate in the 2002 Democratic primary, because he had too many invalid signatures for his petition. He won the Democratic primary, and went on to win re-election.

In the November 8, 2011, election for Commonwealth’s Attorney of Richmond County, Virginia, 16-year incumbent Wayne Emery has been certified the winner as a write-in candidate over challenger James Monroe by a margin of 53 votes (2.4%) out of 2,230 votes cast.

Others-

Aaron Schock was elected to the District 150 School Board in Peoria, Illinois in 2001 by a write-in vote. He defeated the incumbent by over 2,000 votes, approximately 6,400 to 4,300 votes.

John Adams became an Orange County, California judge in November 2002 after running along with 10 other write-in candidates in the primaries on March 5, 2002 against incumbent Judge Ronald Kline.

GI Endorse Darth Vader as Emperor of Ukraine

There could be no easier decision to make. The wisdom, strength, and force (persuasion) of the dark lord is clearly what the Ukraine needs for for dealing with separatist rebel scum, preserving internet freedom, and promoting the #BlackMarketsMatter movement. We expect the Russian Hutt Cartels to oppose this viciously, which saddens me having a Russian background. But I apologize Mother Russia, Vader’s time is now—for the Emperor!

May the force be with you.