Time: Sat Dec 06 05:21:55 1997
To: Scott Bergeson <Scott.Bergeson@m.cc.utah.edu>
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: More detail ...
References: <>

We haven't yet seen any Union states
which do it properly, but we are 
still looking.  We have been hampered
in this nationwide research project,
by a simple lack of funds.

See "State Citizens Cannot Vote,"
in the Supreme Law Library, at the
URL just below my name here:

/s/ Paul Mitchell,
Candidate for Congress

At 10:26 PM 12/5/97 -0700, you wrote:
>On Fri, 5 Dec 1997, Paul Andrew Mitchell wrote:
>> 1. all voter registrants must declare,
>>    under penalty of perjury, that
>>    they are federal citizens
>>    (aka "citizens of the United States");
>>    confer at "Federal citizenship" in 
>>    Black's Law Dictionary, 6th Edition
>All 50 States? Imposition of this requirement did not
>become effective in Utah until January 1, 1977, though
>it was considered qualification for residents of Utah
>to vote effective January 1, 1971 if I read meaning of
>the dual dates on that section correctly. The 1896
>Constitution provided for citizens of the State of Utah
>to vote. Pretty effective sales job if all 50 States
>bought into it.

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