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[/break1]mi.gov/doc.aspx?2011-HB-4581]HB 4581:Sec. 696a. (1) At least 60 days before the general November election in each presidential election year, each candidate for president of the United States who wants to have his or her name printed on the general November election ballot shall provide all of the following to the secretary of state: (a) An affidavit signed by the candidate which includes a statement that the candidate meets all of the requirements for president of the United States as provided under section 1 of article II of the United States constitution. (b) The candidate's original birth certificate or a certified copy of the candidate's birth certificate indicating that the candidate is a natural born United States citizen as required under section 1 of article II of the United States constitution.(2) If a candidate for president of the United States does not comply with the requirements of subsection (1), the secretary of state shall not certify that candidate's name for printing on the general November election ballot.I smell Vattel.[/break1]statenews.com/index.php/article/2011/04/pres._hopefuls_could_face_certificate_requirements]Says its sponsor, [/break1]mikecallton.com/bio.htm]Mike Callton:“I’m not racist, and I’m not a nut — [highlight]I’m just trying to help[/highlight]. I’m trying to clarify the situation.”
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I smell Vattel.Not only that, but the candidate's deadline is 60 days before the general election? Gives the candidate insufficient time to pursue an appeal of the secretary of state's ballot placement [highlight]denial[/highlight] with any hope of the only real remedy - appearance on the ballot. For that matter, an appeal of the SOS's ballot placement [highlight]approval[/highlight] by any other legally qualified party is also denied any real remedy by this time frame.I'm getting really sick of all this horse puckey.