Monday, July 19, 2010


I am disappointed that the two-party run legal system has become so convoluted and confusing that it is impossible for an average citizen of average means to protect their rights in an affordable and straightforward manner. Acting on advice that I had been given, the source of which I am unable to reveal for fear of unwarranted retribution from the two-party establishment against him, I filed in the Court of Chancery. Vice-Chancellor Noble has determined that this was not the proper venue for this matter. I must now wait for a new hearing in the Superior Court where I remain confident that this issue will be satisfactorily resolved. I am concerned, however, that it will not be resolved soon enough to protect the free-choice of those of our citizens serving overseas or otherwise unable to come directly to the polling place and therefore voting by absentee ballot.

I hope you will all continue to follow this topic and attend my upcoming hearing at the Superior Court. It has been scheduled for 12pm tomorrow, Tuesday the 20th of July.

I hope you will all be able to attend, thank you.


  1. Will, I wish I could come to Dover but I am working so my thoughts and prayers I send to you and hope that works as well as personal appearance support.

  2. Thanks! I really appreciate your support.