Trial of Election Contest v. Al Franken held in Ramsey County Panel appointed by Minnesota Supreme Court

On December 18 in St. Paul, a trial of an election contest was held for over three hours. The record will be forwarded to the U.S. Senate in Washington D.C. to determine the contest. Senator Franken's election certification will be held until the record is completed and then forwarded with it, plus evidence of serious, material and deliberate violations by Senator Franken and the Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie.

Interrogatories posed to Sen. Al Franken and Sec. of State Mark Ritchie in Election Contest -- trial December 18

Interrogatories posed to MN Secretary of State Mark Ritchie regarding alleged misconduct of flawed Senate elections, decertification of Minnesota Independence Party

Interrogatories posed to OSS Legal Counsel Bert Black regarding Blocking claim and email claim

2014 Election Contest against Al Franken's destruction of Minnesota's Independence Party

Minnesota Supreme Court refuses to enforce election laws, resulting in election contest, U.S. Supreme Court appeal

Part II of Election Contest (click "Read More" to see Part I below)

Part I of Election Contest

Steve Carlson statement on Michael Brown verdict and positions of Sens. Franken and Klobuchar

The facts of Ferguson are now coming out. How should America respond? And how should we respond to the insurrections promoted in its aftermath? Steve Carlson, 2014 IP Nominee for U.S. Senate-MN, shows the way forward, to the mountaintop

Steve addresses the press about weaknesses in Senator Franken's first-term approach and educational failure

The rap on Al Franken's unconstitutional performance

Stop the train wreck now! Honeywell shows the new "healthcare" landscape

Steve Carlson, Independence Party Nominee for U.S. Senate, gives his observations on Mike McFadden's and Al Franken's amazing embrace of a "wellness" program which will soon be required of all employers, that forces extensive bloodwork on all employees and their spouses by November 14, 10 days after this ObamaCare election. This is the post-Obama Brave New World of healthcare fascism

Welcome to a U.S. Senate campaign and campaign for free and fair elections!

This is a presentation including actual submissions to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, in a motion filed with him on Friday, October 31, 2014, just days before the November 4 general election. Based on Section 4 of Article I of the U.S. Constitution, Carlson explains how the U.S. Constitution gives to Minnesota's State Legislature the power and duty to prescribe the election of U.S. Senators, and to Minnesota's Supreme Court to enforce it.

Steve Carlson's Reply to CBS Broadcasing on excluding him from U.S. Senate candidate debate

On October 25, CBS Broadcasting crashed into Minnesota, at the Minnesota Supreme Court, to put down a local upstart, Steve Carlson, who surprised some when he won the Minnesota Independence Party statewide primary, and now wants to join the other primary winners, Al Franken and Mike McFadden, in the publicly broadcast candidate. In a high-pressure, last-minute motion to open the debate, Steve Carlson and CBS attorney John Borger of Faegre and Benson had this exchange.

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