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Eli Bremer | Candidate U.S. Senate > Senate District 10 | Executive Committee 2020
When the GOPE Behaves badly
·         “Chairman Bremer was also advised by Colorado Republican Committee staff that voting before the official convening of an assembly was irregular and that he should wait to open voting until gaveling the assembly open. Chairman Bremer declined to follow this advice.” (REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, David Stiver et al. v. Eli Bremer, et al. April 15, 2020 pg. 4)(Emphasis Added)
·         “I want to assure you that Mr. Stiver’s allegations are false and demonstrably so. Despite his public slander, we are fully committed to running a fair and transparent election….” (REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, David Stiver et al. v. Eli Bremer, et al. April 15, 2020 pg. 5)(Emphasis Added)
·         “Representative Liston, through counsel (Wayne Williams), argues that while the Senate 10 assembly was not perfectly administered….”(REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, David Stiver et al. v. Eli Bremer, et al. April 15, 2020 pg. 9)(Emphasis Added)
·         “The Executive Committee finds that the Senate District 10 assembly was irregular to the point that the Executive Committee cannot have confidence in the outcome of the designation election.” ….”(REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, David Stiver et al. v. Eli Bremer, et al. April 15, 2020 pg. 10)(Emphasis Added)
·         Chairman Bremer impermissibly opened voting prior to the convening of the Senate District 10 assembly and THIS INNOVATION IS NOT PERMITTED by Emergency Bylaw #4 or House Bill 1359. ….”(REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, David Stiver et al. v. Eli Bremer, et al. April 15, 2020 pg. 10)(Emphasis Added)
·         “The bylaw expressly LIMITS THE PERMISSIBLE ALTERNATIVE CREDENTIALING, NOMINATING and/or VOTING PROCEDURES to those permitted by House Bill 2020-1359.”(REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, David Stiver et al. v. Eli Bremer, et al. April 15, 2020 pg. 10)(Emphasis Added)
·         “Section 4 of House Bill 1359 is consistent with the requirement that alternative voting procedures happen in or during an assembly and not before it. This section permits county assemblies (which would ordinarily be the vehicle for single-county district assemblies) to be held over a period of days in order to accommodate the alternative procedures allowed under Section 3, of the bill.”
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