How do we get rid of Superdelegates? One at a time.

Check out the candidates to see who you want to vote for. Then vote for the ones you believe will best represent you, your families, and communities.

Check out candidates running for office to determine who you want to vote for. Then vote for candidates you believe will best represent you, your family, and community. Be careful not to rely on commercials because they are designed to psyche you out. Check out what each candidate has said and done over time. The fact that superdelegates, like Suzan DelBene, refuse to consent to the popular vote speaks volumes. Who does DelBene thinks she is to ignore the will of 70% of the people in her district and support Hillary?

So how do we, the people, get rid of rich superdelegates?

With a lot of people and a lot of slingshots… And by telling the truth in a way that people can hear and understand!!!

So let’s pick off the superdelegates when they run for re-election – each and every one.

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About Scott . Stafne

Mr. Stafne is very experienced in property rights, including banking wrongs and foreclosure prevention; Constitutional Law (under the United States and Washington State Constitution); Appellate law; land use law; personal injury law. Scott has recently become a media focal point as his win record of foreclosure defense cases against the largest financial institutions, servicers, trustees as well as MERS have blazed the trail toward ending the foreclosure crisis and representing the rights of the homeowner above the profits and secret dealings of corporations.   Scott sees law as a foundation for establishing a system of twenty first century liberties for the people; and for removing that corruption of power within our government which makes the achievement of real purpose beholden to only money.   Scott Stafne has been an attorney since graduating from the University of Iowa in 1974. He worked for a large law firm in Indianapolis (Baker & Daniels) for two years. Thereafter, he moved to Seattle Washington in order to obtain a Masters of Law degree from the University of Washington, which he obtained in 1977. Scott practiced law while going to graduate school and has practiced ever since.   This is a personal blog, and does not constitute legal advice in any form, and is not necessarily reflective of the policies or opinions of Stafne Law Firm. Visit the Law Firm: Visit the Google+ Page: Visit the Facebook Page:   *Web Developer: David J. Posel
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