We Demand the DNC Rescind Clinton's Massachusetts Delegates Due to Breaking the Law
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In Massachusetts, it is illegal to campaign within 150ft of a polling place on election day. There is overwhelming evidence that Bill Clinton did just that on Super Tuesday across polling places across the state. Not only that, but there is also evidence of Clinton campaign signs being placed directly outside of these locations--again, this is illegal.
Rules have no meaning unless there are consequences.
We demand that the DNC declare INVALID Hillary Clinton's win in Massachusetts, and forfeit all delegates (including superdelegates) that she won from that state, and give them to Bernie Sanders.
If the DNC does not acknowledge this, and appropriately discipline the Clinton campaign for their under-handed and corrupt tactics, then voters will have to conclude that the Democratic Party is also corrupt, and then only god knows how you will win in November, when we withdraw our support. We the people believe in democracy, and we will not tolerate elections that are won by breaking the law.
(18) Candidates' and Their Workers' Rights and Restrictions.
(c) Campaign Material. No campaign material intended to influence the vote of a voter in the ongoing election, including campaign literature, buttons, signs, and ballot stickers, may be posted, exhibited, circulated, or distributed in the polling place, in the building where it is located, on the building walls, on the premises where the building stands, or within 150 feet of an entrance door to the building. As used in this paragraph and M.G.L. c. 54, § 65, the "premises" where or on which the building stands means only the grounds in the immediate vicinity of the building, and does not include the entirety of a large parcel of real property. No person shall collect or solicit signatures on nomination papers or petitions of any kind within 150 feet of an entrance door to the building. The police officer shall enforce this rule under the direction of the warden. Access to the polling place must be open and unobstructed and the voters may not be hindered.
(d) Activities at Polling Place. Within 150 feet of a polling place as defined in 950 CMR 53.03(18)(c), no person shall solicit votes for or against, or otherwise promote or oppose, any person or political party or position on a ballot question, to be voted on at the current election.
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