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To:         Secretary of State of New Mexico

              County Clerk of Dona Ana County, New Mexico

 

From:      Steve Jones an Independent Candidate for Congress

 

Subject:  Presentation of Evidence and Request for Action

 

Via:         Email and registered mail

 

Date:       August 20, 2020

 

Summary: 

 

The purpose of this Presentation of Evidence and Request for Action is to provide sufficient evidence to support the cancellation of all three voter registration documents (Exhibit I, II, & III) for Voter ID #2094247 (“Elector”).

 

According to the Secretary of State of New Mexico’s current list of voters, the Elector’s first name is Xochitl, middle name is blank, and last name is Torres Small (“Elector”). 

  1. The Statutes of New Mexico provide that the Secretary of State of New Mexico has “Authorization to verify voter registration information; investigation and reconciliation” to the information contained in this Presentation of Evidence and Request for Action.  There are no restrictions on the extent of the investigation the Secretary of State may undertake including the authority to secure out of state information
  2. (NM §1-4-1.1) The evidence shows that Elector did not completely and accurately complete the three registration documents in accordance with various sections of New Mexico Statutes Chapter 1 and has falsely sworn as to them being complete and accurate.  (NM § 1-4-5.1)
  3. The evidence shows that Elector, as an attorney registered in New Mexico, knowingly made false and misleading statements on the registrations, and as a result the Elector should be deemed a Fourth Degree Felon and ineligible to vote or hold office in New Mexico. (NM § 1-20-3)
  4. The evidence shows the Elector is not validly registered to vote in Congressional District 2 and the Elector should be deemed ineligible to be a candidate in that District. (NM § 1-10-6)
  5. The evidence shows that Elector should be removed from the ballot in November. (NM § 1-10-6)
  6. The evidence shows the Elector has voted in one or more elections with full knowledge that a prior registration was no longer valid due to changes in name or residency which were not timely made to registration, the Elector should be found guilty of violating voting requirements. (see instructions on Secretary of State Website)

The evidence shows that Elector has engaged in conduct that constitutes federal election fraud. (52 U.S.C. section 10307 (c), 20511 (2))Add your page content here

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