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    https://www.google.com/amp/s/finance...000924926.html

    The signers were businessmen Jewll Powdrell and Lupe Garcia; Deborah Maestas, a former state GOP chairperson; Rosie Tripp, a former GOP national committee member from Socorro who has held elected offices; and Anissa Ford-Tinnin, who signed as a substitute for oil businessman (and another former state party chairperson) Harvey Yates.

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    https://www.newmexicopoliticaljourna...bce2df055c2a05



    Monday, August 12, 2019
    Rosie Tripp, the long-time and much-beloved Republican National Committeewoman for New Mexico, has decided to retire from her position at the RNC following the 2020 Republican National Convention next year.

    Tripp, who is from Socorro, was elected in 1996 following the resignation of Committeewoman Laree Estes Perez of Corrales. She has been re-elected five times, and will have served six terms, or 24 years in the position. She has been very popular throughout the state, and faced an opponent only once during her tenure.

    Tripp has also let it be known she is supporting a current county chairwoman to succeed her at the RNC. (More on that below.)

    The terms of Republican National Committeewomen begin and end at the end of the national convention, so even though Tripp’s successor will be chosen in June or July of next year, Tripp will continue to serve through the end of the Republican National Convention, which will be held in Charlotte, North Carolina from August 24th to August 27th, 2020.

    ROSALIND FRANCES GIVENS TRIPP

    Tripp, who will turn 73 this October, moved with her family to Socorro when she was six-years-old. She attended the public schools in Socorro, graduating from Socorro High School in 1964. She later attended the New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology in Socorro. At the beginning of her senior year in high school, she met Don Tripp, who had moved to town with his family from Ruidoso.

    On Tuesday, August 13, they will have been married for 53 years. The Tripps have two children, six grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Rosie and Don own Tripp's, Inc., a jewelry manufacturing business based in Socorro. They also own a number of other business and real estate interests. (Don Tripp served as a state representative from 1998 to 2018. From 2015 through 2016, he was the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the first Republican to hold that position since 1954.)

    POLITICAL CAREER

    Rosie Tripp has always been an active, hard-working Republican, promoting and supporting Republican candidates and causes. She became Chairwoman of the Socorro County Republican Party back in 1987, serving until 1991. She has continued to be very active in the New Mexico Federation of Republican Women, and even served as Secretary of the New Mexico state FRW from 1993 through 1995.

    She served as a member of the New Mexico Governor's Business Advisory Council from 1986 to 1990 under Governor Garrey Carruthers and from 1995 to 1997 under Governor Gary Johnson. She was also a member of Gary Johnson's Victory Club in 1995.

    In 1996, Rosie was elected to the first of her two terms on the Socorro City Council, being reelected in 2000. And in 2002, she was elected to the first of two terms on the Socorro County Commission. For a brief period in 2003 and early 2004, she served in both positions simultaneously. She chaired the county commission for two years.

    NATIONAL COMMITTEEWOMAN

    Since her first election in 1996, Tripp has served on several RNC committees, including the Committee on Contests in 2000, the Site Selection Committee in 2004, and the Redistricting Committee in 2010. She also served as the Assistant Secretary for the 2008 Republican National Convention.

    More recently she has been serving on the Temporary Committee on Elections, the Rules Committee at the 2016 National Convention, and the all-important Committee on Arrangements, which is tasked with the multiple logistical challenges of a national convention, including lodging, transportation, security, and the delegate experience.

    2016 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

    During the 2016 New Mexico GOP state convention, Tripp expressed support for 2016 Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and encouraged party members to support Trump's campaign, saying:

    "It’s essential for our chances in November that we coalesce around Donald Trump. Politics is a team sport and we can’t win unless we rally around all of our candidates.”

    Tripp was an RNC delegate to the 2016 Republican National Convention from New Mexico and was one of 24 delegates from New Mexico bound by state party rules to support Donald Trump at the convention. She was also a member of the RNC Rules Committee, a 112-member body responsible for crafting the official rules of the Republican Party, including the rules that governed the 2016 Republican National Convention.

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    https://ballotpedia.org/Debbie_Maestas



    Organization: Republican Party of New Mexico Role: Chair Location: Albuquerque, N.M. Affiliation: Republican Education: Texas Christian University Website: Official website




    Deborah "Debbie" Maestas is the chair of the Republican Party of New Mexico. Prior to her election, Maestas served as deputy campaign manager on Allen Weh's 2014 U.S. Senate campaign and as president of CSI Aviation Inc.

    Career
    Maestas earned a B.B.A. in management and marketing from Texas Christian University. She worked at CSI Aviation Inc. for 16 years and rose to the position of president. Over the course of her career, Maestas attended a number of executive management courses offered by Northwestern University and Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. She is also a qualified real estate broker.[1]

    Political activity
    Maestas transitioned to politics and served as deputy campaign manager for her father, Allen Weh, during his 2014 U.S. Senate campaign. She was elected to a two-year term as chair of the Republican Party of New Mexico (NMGOP) on December 6, 2014. Her candidacy was supported by former NMGOP party chairs Allen Weh and Harvey Yates Jr. Throughout her campaign, Maestas highlighted the need for the NMGOP to build party unity and increase fundraising outreach. "The party’s goal, their responsibility, is to raise money so that we can support our candidates who are out there running," said Maestas.[2][3]

    In an effort to forge Republican unity across New Mexico, Maestas completed a tour of each of the state's 33 counties in August 2015. The tour provided Maestas with opportunities to engage with local party leaders, elected officials, and grassroots activists.[4]

    During the 2016 election cycle, Maestas focused party efforts on gaining a Republican majority in the New Mexico State Senate.[1][5]

    2016 Republican National Convention
    See also: Republican National Convention, 2016
    Maestas was an RNC delegate to the 2016 Republican National Convention from New Mexico. As chair of the Republican Party of New Mexico, she was an automatic delegate. Maestas was one of 24 delegates from New Mexico bound by state party rules to support Donald Trump at the convention.[6]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flash View Post
    Looks like it includes all three elements.
    yes......it includes all three elements because the prosecutor must convince a jury of all three beyond a reasonable doubt........not.....going......to......happen.... .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flash View Post
    The "she" is Lori Osiecki.

    "A group of people who sent a slate of fake electoral votes for President Donald Trump to Washington, D.C., may be facing legal trouble for using the state seal without authorization.

    Secretary of State Katie Hobbs sent a cease-and-desist letter to Mesa resident Lori Osiecki, one of the 11 fake electors, demanding that her group no longer use Arizona’s state seal. The state requires people to get the secretary of state’s permission to “use, display or otherwise employ any facsimile, copy, likeness, imitation or other resemblance” to the state seal, which Hobbs said the group didn’t do.

    Hobbs also referred the matter to the Attorney General’s Office for investigation. Using the state seal without authorization is a class 3 misdemeanor, which carries a maximum penalty of 30 days in jail and a $500 fine.

    Osiecki and 10 others, who identified themselves as “The Sovereign Citizens of the Great State of Arizona,” sent signed, notarized certificates to the National Archives purporting to be electoral votes for Trump, despite the fact that former Vice President Joe Biden won Arizona by about 10,500 votes. They also sent a copy of their faux electoral votes to the Secretary of State’s Office. The state seal was on the cover sheet of the documents, as well as at the top of each subsequent page.

    “By affixing the state seal to documents containing false and misleading information about the results of Arizona’s November 3, 2020 General Election, you undermine the confidence in our democratic institutions,” Hobbs wrote in her letter, dated Dec. 22.

    Osiecki could not be reached for comment."
    ????....what does that have to do with notarization?......

    sent signed, notarized certificates
    and yet, you fucking idiot, you still haven't found anything that's been notarized.........
    Isaiah 6:5
    “Woe to me!” I cried. “I am ruined! For I am a man of unclean lips, and I live among a people of unclean lips, and my eyes have seen the King, the Lord Almighty.”

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    https://www.thedailybeast.com/michae...er-fraud-farce


    The Shady Ex-Cop Behind Trump’s Nevada Voter-Fraud Farce
    SIN CITY SLEAZE
    John L. Smith
    Updated Nov. 14, 2020 7:40AM ET
    Published Nov. 13, 2020 3:21AM ET

    Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/Photos Getty
    LAS VEGAS—Donald Trump couldn’t have found a better MAGA minion to lead his Nevada voter fraud snipe hunt than Michael McDonald.

    An ex-cop with a long history of ethical entanglements, suspect friendships, and outright scandals, McDonald—now chair of the state Republican Party—is made-to-order to represent the Trump brand. In tandem with failed gubernatorial candidate Adam Laxalt, McDonald heads the scattered squad of Trump loyalists overhyping fact-free claims and lawsuits that continue to be shredded by state Attorney General Aaron Ford and swatted down in court.

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