1. What law, government policy, or action (taken by a government official) do you request that the Court review? The Election Commission's decision to overrule the decision of the Election Supervisors, thereby allowing Crushing Our Enemies to be inserted in the last general election's ballot, forcing a restart of the voting process. 2. What portions of the Constitution, Bill of Rights, Legal Code, or other legal document do you believe has been violated by the above? How so? Legal Code of the North Pacific, Section 4.4: Overall Election Law, 20. Citizens will be provided three days to declare their candidacy. Voting will begin two days after the candidacy declaration period has closed and last for five days. Crushing Our Enemies missed the deadline to accept his nomination by more than a few hours. 3. Are there any prior rulings of the Court that support your request for review? Which ones, and how? https://forum.thenorthpacific.org/topic/7053327/ Court finds that requiring Candidates to post their declaration in a thread designated for such a purpose is a reasonable manifestation of the Election Commissioners' ability to oversee an election. This would seem to support the above-mentioned fact that Crushing Our Enemies should not have been allowed on the ballot, as he did not meet the reasonable expectation that he post his declaration in the thread before the deadline. If the Election Commissioners do not have the power to require candidacy declarations to be in their designated threads, then there would be no requirement for Candidates to post their declarations anywhere obvious, or even publicly. This would impact on the Election Commissioners ability to supervise and oversee elections, as set out by the Legal Code. I would argue that the Electoral Commission allowing COE on the ballot after he missed the deadline in the designated thread hindered the Election Supervisor's ability to conduct an election that was in line with the legal code of the North Pacific. 4. Please establish your standing by detailing how you, personally, have been adversely affected. If you are requesting a review of a governmental action, you must include how any rights or freedoms of yours have been violated. My standing is as a citizen of the North Pacific. I feel as if the Electoral Commission's decision, which violated the above-mentioned section of the legal code, infringed on the democratic institutions and values of the region. By allowing Crushing Our Enemies on the ballot, when Crushing Our Enemies himself admitted that forum access was no hindrance and not the cause of the delay, the Electoral Commission over-stepped their bounds and threw the validity of the Attorney General election into question. Given that one Election Commissioner cast a deciding vote that fundamentally altered a general election by allegedly flipping a coin? This further calls the validity of the process into question. 5. Do you have any further information you wish to submit to the Court with your request? I only wish to remind the court that Crushing Our Enemies' Citizen Petition to get added to the AG ballot hinged on the Legal Code of the North Pacific, Section 9.3: Forum Access, 12. The governmental authorities of the region are authorized to take any reasonable actions which they deem appropriate and which are consistent with the spirit and intent of regional laws to preserve the continuity of both community and government for the duration of the emergency. Yes. A forum emergency was in effect. Yet Crushing Our Enemies, in the same Petition, admitted that forum access was not the cause of his inability to accept his nomination before the deadline. I believe that the Electoral Commission overstepped their bounds by using the above to apply to Crushing Our Enemy's petition, when it did not apply by COE's own admission.