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Political Television Resume:

2008: WNYT Albany, New York
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nzjpmkfpi8s
Cris Ericson calls lawmakers "Hypocrites!
Hypocrites! Hypocrites making laws!"

2014: Published on Oct 2, 2014 Vermont PBS
Cris Ericson speaks out against basing
F-35 strike fighter jets in the populated city
of Burlington, Vermont.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=523XXBtOzLw

2014: Cris Ericson for Governor and US Congress 09/23/2014
Cris Ericson, Independent candidate for Vermont
Governor and U.S. Congress shares
views and positions on issues.
more info: http://www.crisericson.com
https://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/2014-cris-ericson-governor-and-us-congress

2014: Vermont's Representative to Congress 10/17/2014
Incumbent Peter Welch (D) faces
Matthew Andrews (LU),
Mark Donka (R),
Cris Ericson (I),
Randall Meyer (I),
Jerry Trudell (Energy Independence) for
Vermont's lone seat to the House of Representatives.
https://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/vermonts-representative-congress

2014: Candidates - Vermont Governor 10/16/2014
Incumbent Peter Shumlin (D) faces

Peter Diamondstone (LU),
Cris Ericson (I),
Dan Feliciano (LU),
Scott Milne (R),
Bernard Peters (I),
and Emily Peyton (I)
for the 2 year Vermont Governor seat.
https://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/candidates-vermont-governor

2014: Qualified Candidates for
Representative to Congress 08/15/2014
Qualifying candidates for the lone Vermo
seat in Congress speak to the issues
Cris Ericson (I) of Chester
Matthew Andrews (Liberty Union) of Plainfield,
incumbent Peter Welch (D) of Norwich (declined participation),
Jerry Trudell (Energy Independence),
and Randall Meyer (I)
https://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/qualified-candidates-representative-congress

2014: Qualified Candidates for the General Election
Vermont Governor 08/13/2014
Cris Ericson (I) of Chester,
Bernard Peters (I) of Irasburg
Peter Diamondstone (Liberty Union) of Brattleboro.
https://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/qualified-candidates-general-election-vermont-governor

2012: C-SPAN
http://c-spanvideo.org/crisericson02
U.S. Senate Candidate Cris Ericson

2012: C-SPAN
http://c-spanvideo.org/program/VermontSenateD
Vermont U.S. Senate Debate,
candidate Cris Ericson

2012: C-SPAN
http://c-spanvideo.org/x69bv/
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders,
Cris Ericson, and more candidates.

2012: Candidates for US Senate 10/15/2012
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/candidates-us-senate-0
2012 Candidates for Vermont US Senate include:
John MacGovern (R),
Bernie Sanders (I/D/P),
Cris Ericson (USMJP),
Laurel LaFramboise (VoteKISS),
Peter Moss (Peace & Prosperity),
and Peter Diamondstone (LU).

2012: U.S. Senate Independent Candidates 08/02/2012
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/us-senate-independent-candidates
2012 Independent candidates for the US Senate include:
Cris Ericson of Chester (U.S. Marijuana Party),
Laurel LaFramboise of Chelsea (VoteKISS),
and Peter Moss of Fairfax (Peace and Prosperity).

2012: Vermont Governor Candidates 10/09/2012
Vermont Candidates for Governor
Emily Peyton (I),
Cris Ericson (Marijuana Party),
Dave Eagle (LU).
Peter Shumlin (D), Randy Brock (R), and
Annette Smith (Write-in for Governor)
are not attending the forum.
https://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/vermont-governor-candidates-peyton-ericson-eagle

2010: Cris Ericson talks about Marijuana Legalization
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/cris-ericson-candidate-governor-and-
us-senate-2010-marijuana-issues
2010 Candidate for Governor and United States Senator,
Cris Ericson provides commentary on Marijuana issues.

2010: New Federal Regulations
for Bald Eagles 01/05/2010
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/new-federal-regulations-bald-eagles
Cris Ericson describes new federal
guidelines for Bald Eagles.
What it means to land
they are inhabiting
and what it means to the
population
of the eagles in Vermont
and how the change
of policy came about.

2010: http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/channel-17s-gubernatorial-candidate-
forum
Channel 17's Gubernatorial Candidate
Forum 10/11/2010
Gubernatorial candiidates Brian Dubie (R)
(Tom Lauzon representing),
Cris Ericson (United States Marijuana),
Dan Feliciano (I),
Ben Mitchell (LU) (did not attend),
Em Peyton (I) (did not attend),
Peter Shumlin (D/Working Families)
(Jake Perkinson representing),
and Dennis Steele (I) (did not attend).

2010: Equal Rights to Water Recreation 03/11/2010
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/equal-rights-water-recreation
Statewide Candidate Cris Ericson provides commentary
on how laws and regulations in Vermont
effect the recreational usage of bodies of water.

2008: Cris Ericson, for Governor and U.S. Congress 09/05/2008
Independent Candidate for Vermont Governor and
U.S. Congress Cris Ericson speaks on
'In- Sourcing vs. Out-Sourcing Jobs'.
https://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/cris-ericson-governor-and-us-congress

2008: Cris Ericson 2008 H.R. 5843 Marijuana Bill
in US Congress 09/24/2008
Independent Candidate for Vermont Governor
and U.S. Congress Cris Ericson
speaks on H.R. 5843 Marijuana bill
in the U.S. Congress.
https://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/cris-ericson-hr-5843-marijuana-bill-us-congress

2008: YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nzjpmkfpi8s
Cris Ericson calls lawmakers "Hypocrites"!

2008: Cris Ericson, 09/05/2008
Independent Candidate for Vermont Governor
and U.S. Congress Cris Ericson
speaks about 'In- Sourcing vs. Out-Sourcing Jobs'.
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/cris-ericson-governor-and-us-congress
Federal Government EB-5 program
for foreign investors who can invest in Vermont.
http://eb-5.biz

2008: Cris Ericson- 09/24/2008
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/cris-ericson-hr-5843-marijuana-bill-
us-congress
Independent Candidate for Vermont Governor
and U.S. Congress Cris Ericson
speaks about H.R. 5843 Marijuana bill in the U.S. Congress.

2008: Vermont Governor 10/08/2008
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/vermont-governor
Cris Ericson (I),
Peter Diamondstone (LU),
Jim Douglas (R),
Tony O'Conner (Cheap Renewable Energy),
Anthony Pollina (I),
Gaye Symington (D)
Sam Young (I)

2008: Vermont Representative
to U.S. Congress Production Date: 10/07/2008
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/vermont-representative-congress
Mike Bethel (I),
Cris Ericson (I),
Thomas James Hermann (P),
Jane Newton (LU),
Jerry Trudell (Energy Independence),
Peter Welch (D/R)

2007: How to Start a
New Minor Political Party 07/19/2007
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/how-start-new-minor-political-party
Cris Ericson talks about forming
a new minor political party in Vermont.

2006: Cris Ericson for U.S. Senate
• Production Date: 09/25/2006
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/cris-ericson-us-senate
2006 U.S. Senate race. Cris Ericson running against
Bernie Sanders and other candidates.

2006: Cris Ericson for U.S. Senate • Production Date: 06/01/2006
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/cris-ericson-us-senate-0
2006 U.S. Senate race. Cris Ericson running against
Bernie Sanders and other candidates.

MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION POSITIONS:

2004: Marijuana Legalization
http://www.c-span.org/video/?184064-1vermont-senate-debate
Cris Ericson, called on last to speak after
all of the men candidates, does a "Rap"
about legalizing marijuana.

2008: Marijuana Legalization
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nzjpmkfpi8s
Cris Ericson calls lawmakers "Hypocrites"!

2010: Marijuana Issues
https://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/cris-ericson-candidate-governor-and-us-senate-2010-marijuana-issues
Candidate for Governor and United States Senator,
Cris Ericson provides commentary on Marijuana issues.

Cris Ericson http://crisericson.com
PLEASE VISIT CRIS ERICSON at:
DEMOCRACY.COM/VERMONT
http://democracy.com/vermont
THANK YOU!

Help Elect Cris Ericson 2016!

Cris Ericson needs your help
right now to produce and
air a Reality T.V. show
following her political
campaign! We need
enough funds to buy
video equipment and a
cable t.v. time slot!

Please donate to the 2016
Cris Ericson Campaign
for Governor and for
U.S. Senate. Please note
on your check or money order
which campaign you want to
donate to. Please include
your address and telephone
number so we can Thank You
and collect any other info
required under Federal Law.
Cris Ericson Campaign
879 Church Street
Chester, Vermont 05143-9375
(802)875-4038

VOTE for CRIS ERICSON 2016
http://crisericson.com

TRUST SOMEONE,
VOTE CRIS ERICSON!
Political Television Resume:

2004: C-SPAN
http://www.c-span.org/video/?184064-1vermont-senate-debate
Cris Ericson, called on last to speak after
all of the men candidates, does a "Rap"
making marijuana legal.

2008: YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nzjpmkfpi8s
Cris Ericson calls lawmakers "Hypocrites!
Hypocrites! Hypocrites making laws!"

2014: Cris Ericson for Governor and US Congress 09/23/2014
Cris Ericson, Independent candidate for Vermont
Governor and U.S. Congress shares
views and positions on issues.
more info: http://www.crisericson.com
https://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/2014-cris-ericson-governor-and-us-congress

2014: Vermont's Representative to Congress 10/17/2014
Incumbent Peter Welch (D) faces
Matthew Andrews (LU),
Mark Donka (R),
Cris Ericson (I),
Randall Meyer (I),
Jerry Trudell (Energy Independence) for
Vermont's lone seat to the House of Representatives.
https://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/vermonts-representative-congress

2014: Candidates - Vermont Governor 10/16/2014
Incumbent Peter Shumlin (D) faces
Peter Diamondstone (LU),
Cris Ericson (I),
Dan Feliciano (LU),
Scott Milne (R),
Bernard Peters (I),
and Emily Peyton (I)
for the 2 year Vermont Governor seat.
https://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/candidates-vermont-governor

2014: Qualified Candidates for
Representative to Congress 08/15/2014
Qualifying candidates for the lone Vermo
seat in Congress speak to the issues
Cris Ericson (I) of Chester
Matthew Andrews (Liberty Union) of Plainfield,
incumbent Peter Welch (D) of Norwich (declined participation),
Jerry Trudell (Energy Independence),
and Randall Meyer (I)
https://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/qualified-candidates-representative-congress

2014: Qualified Candidates for the General Election
Vermont Governor 08/13/2014
Cris Ericson (I) of Chester,
Bernard Peters (I) of Irasburg
Peter Diamondstone (Liberty Union) of Brattleboro.
https://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/qualified-candidates-general-election-vermont-governor

2008: Cris Ericson, for Governor and U.S. Congress 09/05/2008
Independent Candidate for Vermont Governor and
U.S. Congress Cris Ericson speaks on
'In- Sourcing vs. Out-Sourcing Jobs'.
https://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/cris-ericson-governor-and-us-congress

2008: Cris Ericson 2008 H.R. 5843 Marijuana Bill
in US Congress 09/24/2008
Independent Candidate for Vermont Governor
and U.S. Congress Cris Ericson
speaks on H.R. 5843 Marijuana bill
in the U.S. Congress.
https://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/cris-ericson-hr-5843-marijuana-bill-us-congress

2012: Vermont Governor Candidates 10/09/2012
Vermont Candidates for Governor
Emily Peyton (I),
Cris Ericson (Marijuana Party),
Dave Eagle (LU).
Peter Shumlin (D), Randy Brock (R), and
Annette Smith (Write-in for Governor)
are not attending the forum.
https://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/vermont-governor-candidates-peyton-ericson-eagle

2008: YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nzjpmkfpi8s
Cris Ericson calls lawmakers "Hypocrites"!

2012: C-SPAN
http://c-spanvideo.org/crisericson02
U.S. Senate Candidate Cris Ericson

2012: C-SPAN
http://c-spanvideo.org/program/VermontSenateD
Vermont U.S. Senate Debate,
candidate Cris Ericson

2012: C-SPAN
http://c-spanvideo.org/x69bv/
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders,
Cris Ericson, and more candidates.

2012: Candidates for US Senate 10/15/2012
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/candidates-us-senate-0
2012 Candidates for Vermont US Senate include:
John MacGovern (R),
Bernie Sanders (I/D/P),
Cris Ericson (USMJP),
Laurel LaFramboise (VoteKISS),
Peter Moss (Peace & Prosperity),
and Peter Diamondstone (LU).

2012: U.S. Senate Independent Candidates 08/02/2012
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/us-senate-independent-candidates
2012 Independent candidates for the US Senate include:
Cris Ericson of Chester (U.S. Marijuana Party),
Laurel LaFramboise of Chelsea (VoteKISS),
and Peter Moss of Fairfax (Peace and Prosperity).

2010: Cris Ericson talks about Marijuana Legalization
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/cris-ericson-candidate-governor-and-
us-senate-2010-marijuana-issues
2010 Candidate for Governor and United States Senator,
Cris Ericson provides commentary on Marijuana issues.

2008: Cris Ericson, 09/05/2008
Independent Candidate for Vermont Governor
and U.S. Congress Cris Ericson
speaks about 'In- Sourcing vs. Out-Sourcing Jobs'.
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/cris-ericson-governor-and-us-congress
Federal Government EB-5 program
for foreign investors who can invest in Vermont.
http://eb-5.biz

2008: Cris Ericson- 09/24/2008
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/cris-ericson-hr-5843-marijuana-bill-
us-congress
Independent Candidate for Vermont Governor
and U.S. Congress Cris Ericson
speaks about H.R. 5843 Marijuana bill in the U.S. Congress.

2010: New Federal Regulations
for Bald Eagles 01/05/2010
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/new-federal-regulations-bald-eagles
Cris Ericson describes new federal
guidelines for Bald Eagles.
What it means to land
they are inhabiting
and what it means to the
population
of the eagles in Vermont
and how the change
of policy came about.

2010: http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/channel-17s-gubernatorial-candidate-
forum
Channel 17's Gubernatorial Candidate
Forum 10/11/2010
Gubernatorial candiidates Brian Dubie (R)
(Tom Lauzon representing),
Cris Ericson (United States Marijuana),
Dan Feliciano (I),
Ben Mitchell (LU) (did not attend),
Em Peyton (I) (did not attend),
Peter Shumlin (D/Working Families)
(Jake Perkinson representing),
and Dennis Steele (I) (did not attend).

2010: Equal Rights to Water Recreation 03/11/2010
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/equal-rights-water-recreation
Statewide Candidate Cris Ericson provides commentary
on how laws and regulations in Vermont
effect the recreational usage of bodies of water.

2008: Vermont Governor 10/08/2008
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/vermont-governor
Cris Ericson (I),
Peter Diamondstone (LU),
Jim Douglas (R),
Tony O'Conner (Cheap Renewable Energy),
Anthony Pollina (I),
Gaye Symington (D)
Sam Young (I)

2008: Vermont Representative
to U.S. Congress Production Date: 10/07/2008
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/vermont-representative-congress
Mike Bethel (I),
Cris Ericson (I),
Thomas James Hermann (P),
Jane Newton (LU),
Jerry Trudell (Energy Independence),
Peter Welch (D/R)

2007: How to Start a
New Minor Political Party 07/19/2007
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/how-start-new-minor-political-party
Cris Ericson talks about forming
a new minor political party in Vermont.

2006: Cris Ericson for U.S. Senate
• Production Date: 09/25/2006
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/cris-ericson-us-senate
2006 U.S. Senate race. Cris Ericson running against
Bernie Sanders and other candidates.

2006: Cris Ericson for U.S. Senate • Production Date: 06/01/2006
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/cris-ericson-us-senate-0
2006 U.S. Senate race. Cris Ericson running against
Bernie Sanders and other candidates.

MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION POSITIONS:

2004: Marijuana Legalization
http://www.c-span.org/video/?184064-1vermont-senate-debate
Cris Ericson, called on last to speak after
all of the men candidates, does a "Rap"
about legalizing marijuana.

2008: Marijuana Legalization
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nzjpmkfpi8s
Cris Ericson calls lawmakers "Hypocrites"!

2010: Marijuana Issues
https://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/cris-ericson-candidate-governor-and-us-senate-2010-marijuana-issues
Candidate for Governor and United States Senator,
Cris Ericson provides commentary on Marijuana issues.

Cris Ericson http://crisericson.com
PLEASE VISIT CRIS ERICSON at
DEMOCRACY.COM/VERMONT
http://democracy.com/vermont
THANK YOU!
Welcome to Cris Ericson's
search for international
business investors!
http://eb-5.biz

I need EB-5 foreign investors
to create a new business!

May 15, 2015
Here's my new business plan,
(C) Copyright Cris Ericson:

Buy a mile long strip of desert sand
out along the
highway between
Los Angeles and Las Vegas,
and build a mile long
strip of Solar Panels,
and use the electricity
to make Laser Holograms and
Holographs and create
a mile long image of the
Ocean with Waves,
whales, fish, high tide and
low tide and sea gulls,
and sounds including
cry of the seagull sounds,
wave crashing sounds,
and music; and a
boardwalk to walk, jog,
rollerblade along the
entire mile length, and
then on the other side
of the highway, build
income producing
miniature casinos,
restraunts and hotels
with swimming pools,
but no more than the
mile long strip solar farm
can produce electricity for,
along with the electricity
needed for the laser
holographic "mirage".
Live music concerts can
be scheduled after construction.

The current largest solar farms
5 square miles or larger, are being
criticized for the amount of heat
they reflect which singes birds' wings
and kills birds.
This problem can be overcome by
(1) using some of the electricity to
generate a cooling fan out towards
the direction
of any possible birds, and
(2) generate laser holographic images of
predatory birds such as bald eagles,
in order to scare away smaller
real birds so that they don't get
their wings singed and die.

The purpose of the mile long
holographic "ocean" would be to
attract tourists. The mile long
holographic "mirage" could also be
sold as a franchise operation
worldwide, once it was fine tuned,
and alternative holographic images
created so the franchise buyer
can chose which image and
sound or music programs to run.

For example, the laser holographic images
projected using the electricity of the
solar panel farm could provide Jungle
scenes with "live" jungle animals moving
in realistic scenes in African deserts;
Chinese Dragons, baby dragons and
Chinese art scenes in Deserts in China.
In Australia, a solar panel farm laser
holographic tourist attraction would
include Kangaroos jumping on land
and Surfers going through 50 Ft. waves
on the ocean. In Yemen, Iraq, Afghanistan
and other desert areas where there may be
national security concerns, the U.S. Military
and Pentagon could approve the use of
solar panel farms
generating laser holographic
images for "mirages" for defense purposes.

Each Solar Panel Laser Holographic
tourist attraction would have to be near
an underground Spring for water.

Each panel of the solar farm
would be connected
to computers to control just one
segment of
the laser holographic display,
to create watery
images and moving images,
the control for
the images comes from
more than one source,
with light colors blending like an artists oil
painting from the 18th century or earlier,
the colors are overlaid, each solar panel
represents a brush stroke.

To create a mile long tourist attraction
would require hundreds of investors,
due to the huge cost of the
solar panel farm and laser holographic
tourist attraction display.

The franchises for the attraction would
only be sold to areas where the land
is a desert, with only a few days a year
of rain or snow, to be cost effective.

(C) Copyright Cris Ericson
879 Church Street, Chester, Vermont 05143-9375
(802)875-4038

solar farm.JPG

MUSIC AND MIRAGES IN THE DESERT

EB-5 Foreign Investors Needed To Build “Mirage”
in the Nevada Desert – Laser Holographics on
Solar Farm

Welcome to Cris Ericson's search for
international investors, http://eb-5.biz

I need EB-5 foreign investors to create a new business!

Here's my newest idea:

Buy a mile long strip of desert sand out along the
highway between Los Angeles and Las Vegas, and having a mile long
strip of Solar Panels, and using the electricity to make Laser Holograms and
Holographs and create a mile long image of the Ocean with Waves,
whales, fish, high tide and low tide and sea gulls, and sounds including
cry of the seagull sounds, wave crashing sounds, and music; and a
boardwalk to walk along the entire mile length;
then on the other side of the highway, build income producing
miniature casinos, restraunts and hotels with swimming pools,
but no more than the mile long solar strip farm can produce
electricity for along with the electricity needed for the laser
holographic "mirage".

The purpose of the mile long holographic "ocean" would be to
attract tourists. The mile long holographic "mirage" could also be
sold as a franchise operation worldwide, once it was fine tuned,
and alternative holographic images created so the franchise buyer
can chose which image and sound or music programs to run.

It would have to be near an underground Spring for water.
(C) Cris Ericson, 879 Church Street, Chester, Vermont 05143-9375
(802)875-4038

INFORMATION ON THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
EB-5 FOREIGN INVESTOR PROGRAM
http://www.uscis.gov/eb-5
EB-5 Immigrant Investor
Visa Description
USCIS administers the Immigrant Investor Program, also known as “EB-5,” created by Congress in 1990 to stimulate the U.S. economy through job creation and capital investment by foreign investors. Under a pilot immigration program first enacted in 1992 and regularly reauthorized since, certain EB-5 visas also are set aside for investors in Regional Centers designated by USCIS based on proposals for promoting economic growth.

The EB-5 Adjudications Policy Memorandum is the guiding document for USCIS administration of the EB-5 program. It builds upon prior policy guidance for adjudicating EB-5 and is applicable to, and binding on, all USCIS employees.

All EB-5 investors must invest in a new commercial enterprise, which is a commercial enterprise:

•Established after Nov. 29, 1990, or
•Established on or before Nov. 29, 1990, that is:
1. Purchased and the existing business is restructured or reorganized in such a way that a new commercial enterprise results, or
2. Expanded through the investment so that a 40-percent increase in the net worth or number of employees occurs
Commercial enterprise means any for-profit activity formed for the ongoing conduct of lawful business including, but not limited to:

•A sole proprietorship
•Partnership (whether limited or general)
•Holding company
•Joint venture
•Corporation
•Business trust or other entity, which may be publicly or privately owned
This definition includes a commercial enterprise consisting of a holding company and its wholly owned subsidiaries, provided that each such subsidiary is engaged in a for-profit activity formed for the ongoing conduct of a lawful business.

Note: This definition does not include noncommercial activity such as owning and operating a personal residence.

Job Creation Requirements
•Create or preserve at least 10 full-time jobs for qualifying U.S. workers within two years (or under certain circumstances, within a reasonable time after the two-year period) of the immigrant investor’s admission to the United States as a Conditional Permanent Resident.
•Create or preserve either direct or indirect jobs:
◦Direct jobs are actual identifiable jobs for qualified employees located within the commercial enterprise into which the EB-5 investor has directly invested his or her capital.
◦Indirect jobs are those jobs shown to have been created collaterally or as a result of capital invested in a commercial enterprise affiliated with a regional center by an EB-5 investor. A foreign investor may only use the indirect job calculation if affiliated with a regional center.
Note: Investors may only be credited with preserving jobs in a troubled business.

A troubled business is an enterprise that has been in existence for at least two years and has incurred a net loss during the 12- or 24-month period prior to the priority date on the immigrant investor’s Form I-526. The loss for this period must be at least 20 percent of the troubled business’ net worth prior to the loss. For purposes of determining whether the troubled business has been in existence for two years, successors in interest to the troubled business will be deemed to have been in existence for the same period of time as the business they succeeded.

A qualified employee is a U.S. citizen, permanent resident or other immigrant authorized to work in the United States. The individual may be a conditional resident, an asylee, a refugee, or a person residing in the United States under suspension of deportation. This definition does not include the immigrant investor; his or her spouse, sons, or daughters; or any foreign national in any nonimmigrant status (such as an H-1B visa holder) or who is not authorized to work in the United States.

Full-time employment means employment of a qualifying employee by the new commercial enterprise in a position that requires a minimum of 35 working hours per week. In the case of the Immigrant Investor Pilot Program, "full-time employment" also means employment of a qualifying employee in a position that has been created indirectly from investments associated with the Pilot Program.

A job-sharing arrangement whereby two or more qualifying employees share a full-time position will count as full-time employment provided the hourly requirement per week is met. This definition does not include combinations of part-time positions or full-time equivalents even if, when combined, the positions meet the hourly requirement per week. The position must be permanent, full-time and constant. The two qualified employees sharing the job must be permanent and share the associated benefits normally related to any permanent, full-time position, including payment of both workman’s compensation and unemployment premiums for the position by the employer.

Capital Investment Requirements
Capital means cash, equipment, inventory, other tangible property, cash equivalents and indebtedness secured by assets owned by the alien entrepreneur, provided that the alien entrepreneur is personally and primarily liable and that the assets of the new commercial enterprise upon which the petition is based are not used to secure any of the indebtedness. All capital shall be valued at fair-market value in United States dollars. Assets acquired, directly or indirectly, by unlawful means (such as criminal activities) shall not be considered capital for the purposes of section 203(b)(5) of the Act.

Note: Investment capital cannot be borrowed.

Required minimum investments are:

•General. The minimum qualifying investment in the United States is $1 million.
•Targeted Employment Area (High Unemployment or Rural Area). The minimum qualifying investment either within a high-unemployment area or rural area in the United States is $500,000.
A targeted employment area is an area that, at the time of investment, is a rural area or an area experiencing unemployment of at least 150 percent of the national average rate.

A rural area is any area outside a metropolitan statistical area (as designated by the Office of Management and Budget) or outside the boundary of any city or town having a population of 20,000 or more according to the decennial census.

.
IF YOU ARE OVER 35,
A U.S.A. CITIZEN,
AND CAN COLLECT 1,000 PETITION
SIGNATURES, YOU CAN BE ON THE
OFFICIAL ELECTION BALLOT IN 2016
in the State of Vermont for
PRESIDENT of the UNITED STATES of AMERICA.
Chose the "independent" candidate form,
and use the "descriptive word rule"
to put MARIJUANA in the space for
"name of party".
"MARIJUANA" will appear
on the official election ballot 2016.
Petition signatures are due before
August 1, 2015 so get started
right away!
They have to be filed in the
Secretary of State Elections Division
in Montpelier, Vermont, butyou can
collect them in the largest city, Burlington, Vermont.
Campgrounds are cheaper if you have
more than 2 people in a tent site.

BURLINGTON, VT AREA
North Beach Campground
www.enjoyburlington.com - (802) 862-0942
Lone Pine Campsites
www.lonepinecampsites.com - (802) 878-5447
Shelburne Camping Area
www.shelburnecamping.com - (802) 985-2540

The Vermont Statutes Online
Title 17 : Elections

Vermont Secreteary of State Jim Condos
jim.condos@sec.state.vt.us

Elections Division Attorney: Will Senning
will.senning@sec.state.vt.us

Title 17 : Elections Chapter 49 : Nominations
§ 2401. Applicability of subchapter
A person may be nominated and have his or her name printed
on the general election ballot for any office by filing a consent
similar in form to the consent prescribed by section 2361
of this title and a statement of nomination with the secretary
of state.
§ 2402. Requisites of statement
http://legislature.vermont.gov/statutes/section/17/049/02402
Chapter 49 : Nominations
Subchapter 3 : Independent Candidates
§ 2402. Requisites of statement
(a) A statement of nomination shall contain:
(1) The name of the office for which the nomination is made;
(2) The candidate's name and residence;
(3) If desired, a name, or other identification (in not more than three words)
to be printed on the ballot following the candidate's name;
use MARIJUANA, the word "party" is on the form.
(4) In the case of nomination for PRESIDENT or Vice President of the United States,
the name and state of residence of each candidate for such office,
together with the name, town of residence, and correct mailing address
of each nominee for the office of ELECTOR.
The statement of nomination shall include certification by the town clerk of each town
where the signers appear to be voters that the persons whose names appear
as signers of the statement are registered voters in the town and of the total
number of valid signers from the town. Only the number of signers certified by
each town clerk shall count toward the required number of signatures.
The statement shall also be accompanied by a consent form from each
nominee for ELECTOR.
The consent form shall be similar to the consent form prescribed in
section 2361 of this title.
(b)(1) To constitute a valid nomination, a statement shall contain signatures
of voters qualified to vote in an election for the office in question, equal in
number to at least:
(A) For PRESIDENTIAL and Vice Presidential offices, 1,000;
(2) Signatures need not all be contained on one paper.
(c) A statement shall state that each signer is qualified to vote in an election
for the office in question and that the voter's residence is as set forth next
to the voter's name.
Subsection (d) effective until January 1, 2016; see also subsection (d)
effective January 1, 2016 set out below.
(d) A statement of nomination and a completed and signed consent form shall be
filed as set forth in section 2356 of this title. No public official receiving nominations
shall accept a petition unless a completed and signed consent form is filed at the same time.
(d)(1) A statement of nomination and a completed and signed consent form shall be filed:
(A) in the case of nomination for PRESIDENT or Vice President of the United States,
no sooner than the fourth Monday in April and not later than 5:00 p.m. on August 1
in the year preceding the presidential general election;
(2) No public official receiving nominations shall accept a petition unless a completed
and signed consent form is filed at the same time.
(3) A statement of nomination shall apply only to the election cycle in which the
statement of nomination is filed.
(e) The Secretary of State shall prescribe and furnish forms for a statement of nomination.
Vermont Secreteary of State Jim Condos jim.condos@sec.state.vt.us
Elections Division Attorney: Will Senning will.senning@sec.state.vt.us
http://legislature.vermont.gov/statutes/section/17/049/02403
Title 17 : Elections Chapter 49 : Nominations Subchapter 3 : Independent Candidates
§ 2403. Number of candidates; party names
A statement of nomination shall contain the name of only one candidate,
except in the case of PRESIDENTIAL and vice-presidential candidates, who may
be nominated by means of the same statement of nomination. A person shall not
sign more than one statement of nomination for the same office.
The political or other name, MARIJUANA (the word "party" is already on the form)
on a statement of nomination
shall be substantially different from the name of any organized political party.
It shall also be substantially different
from the political or other name already appearing on any other statement
of nomination for the same office then on file with the same officer for the same
election; if the secretary of state determines that it is not substantially different,
the candidate named on the statement shall select a different political or other name,
otherwise the secretary may reject the statement of nomination. Except in the case
of PRESIDENTIAL and vice presidential candidates, the word "independent" may
not be used as part of a party name; if no party is indicated, the word "Independent"
shall be printed on the ballot, and no candidate appearing on the ballot as a
candidate of a political party shall also appear on the ballot as an "Independent."
http://legislature.vermont.gov/statutes/section/17/049/02404
http://legislature.vermont.gov/statutes/section/17/057/02721
Chapter 057 : PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS
Subchapter 003 : NOMINATION OF ELECTORS
§ 2721. Nomination of presidential electors
Electors for all other presidential candidates
shall be nominated pursuant to
subchapter 3 of chapter 49 of this title.
Subchapter 3: Independent Candidates
http://legislature.vermont.gov/statutes/chapter/17/049
http://legislature.vermont.gov/statutes/section/17/049/02401

PLEASE JOIN THE VERMONT MARIJUANA PARTY!

The Vermont Legislature and Vermont Governor are all dragging their feet and post-poning the legalization of marijuana! We need to make marijuana legal! It is time right now to start a new minor political party in Vermont!
Vermont Marijuana Party now forming
on facebook
http://tinyurl.com/vmp2016

PLEASE CONTACT CRIS ERICSON at
crisericson@yahoo.com
if you are willing to help
get this party started!

WE WILL START A NEW MINOR
POLITICAL PARTY IN VERMONT,
THE VERMONT MARIJUANA PARTY.
Members are
meeting now on
facebook at the Vermont Marijuana Party group
http://tinyurl.com/vmp2016

The Democrats and Republicans and Libertarians
and Liberty Union Party members in Vermont all follow
a lot of rules, and we can do it, too! We are as smart and
dedicated as
they are. We will make marijuana legal under state and
federal
laws. We can get this party started!
Then we can collect out-of-state donations from
wealthy famous musicians, artists, actors and sports figures
who have been busted for marijuana and will want to help us
make it legal!
http://www.leg.state.vt.us/statutes/sections.cfm?Title=17&Chapter=045
The Vermont Statutes Online
Title 17: Elections
Chapter 45: POLITICAL PARTIES
§ 2318 Organization of minor political parties

A minor political party may organize in the manner set forth
in this subchapter
or in another manner which its members deem appropriate.
Minor political parties shall comply with the filing
requirements of sections
2307, 2311 to the extent applicable, and 2313 of this
chapter,
except that they need not be organized in 30 towns or in
seven counties.
They shall also comply with the procedural requirements of
sections 2303
through 2306 and 2313 of this title,
but need not comply with other procedural requirements
in sections 2301, 2302, 2308 through 2310, and 2312 of this
title.
Minor political parties shall also comply with
sections 2314 through 2317 of this title.
§ 2303 Town chair to give notice
(a) The town chair or, if unavailable or if the records of
the Secretary of State show there
is no chair, any three voters of the town shall arrange to
hold a caucus on the day
designated by the State chair, in some public place within
the town, and shall set the
hour of the caucus.
(b)(1) At least five days before the day of the caucus, the
town chair shall post a notice
of the date, purpose, time, and place of the caucus in the
town clerk's office and in at
least one other public place in town.
(2) In towns of 3,000 or more population, he or she shall
also publish the notice:
(A) in a newspaper having general circulation in the town;
or
(B) in a nonpartisan electronic news media website that
specializes in news of the State
or the community.
(c) If three voters arrange to call the caucus, the voters
shall designate one of their number
to perform the duties prescribed above for the town chair.
§ 2304 Town caucus
(a) At the time and place set for the town caucus, the
voters of the party residing in the town
shall meet in caucus and proceed to elect a town committee,
consisting of such number of
voters of the town as the caucus deems necessary, to serve
during the following two years
or until their successors are elected or appointed.
Additional members of a town committee
may be elected by the town committee at any meeting, and
may be eligible to vote on
matters before the town committee at that meeting or at the
next meeting, as determined by
the members of the committee before the election.
(b) The voter checklist used by the caucus shall be the most
recent checklist approved by
the board of civil authority
§ 2305 First meeting of town committee
The first meeting of the town committee shall be held
immediately following adjournment of
the caucus. At this meeting, members of the town committee
shall elect committee officers
and delegates to the county committee. All officers and
other members of the town committee
and all delegates to the county committee shall be voters of
the town
§ 2306 Procedure upon failure to hold caucus
If the voters of the party residing in any town fail to hold
a caucus on the day designated by the
State chairman, any three or more voters of the party
residing in the town may call and hold a
caucus at any time thereafter, in the manner provided
above. Those voters calling the caucus
shall designate one of their number to perform the duties
prescribed above for the town
chairman
§ 2307 Certification of officers and county
committee delegates
(a) Within 72 hours after the caucus, the chair and
secretary of the town committee shall
mail to the Secretary of State and the chairs of the State
and county committees a copy
of the notice calling the meeting and a certified list of
the names and mailing addresses
of the officers and members of the town committee and of the
delegates to the county
committee.
(b) A committee is not considered organized until it has
filed the material required by this
section.
(c) The Secretary of State shall furnish forms for this
purpose to the chair of the State
committee of a political party.
§ 2311 Certification of county officers and
State committee members
(a) Within 72 hours of the first meeting of the county
committee, its chair and Secretary shall
mail to the Secretary of State and the chair of the State
committee a copy of the notice
calling the meeting and a certified list of the names and
mailing addresses of the officers
of the county committee and of the members elected by the
county committee to the State
committee.
(b) A committee is not considered organized until it has
filed the material required by this
section.
(c) The Secretary of State shall prescribe and furnish forms
for this purpose
§ 2313 Filing of certificate of
organization
(a)(1) Within 10 days after the first meeting of the State
committee of a party, the chair and
secretary shall file in the office of the Secretary of
State a certificate stating that the party has
completed its organization for the ensuing two years and
has substantially complied with the
provisions of this chapter.
(2) However, no State committee shall be eligible to file a
certificate of organization unless it
has town committees organized in at least 30 towns in this
State and county committees
organized in at least seven counties by January 1 of the
year of the general election.
(b) The certificate of organization shall set forth the
names and mailing addresses of the
officers and members of the State committee, together with
the counties which they represent.
It shall also designate, in not more than three words, the
name by which the party shall be
identified on any Australian ballot and shall be
accompanied by a copy of the notice calling
the meeting.
(c) The Secretary of State shall prescribe and furnish the
form to be used for this purpose.
(d) Upon receipt of a certificate of organization, the
Secretary of State promptly shall notify
all persons who have registered with the Secretary of State
asking to be notified of such filings.
(e)(1) Within 10 days, the Secretary of State shall accept a
certificate of organization if it appears
to be valid on its face or reject it if it is not.
(2) The Secretary of State may reject a certificate of
organization if the political or other name
is not substantially different from the name of any
organized political party.
(3) When a certificate is rejected, the Secretary of State
promptly shall notify the chair and
secretary of the committee to inform them in writing of the
reasons for rejection.
(f) A committee is not considered organized until the
material required by this section has been
filed and accepted
§ 2314 Officers required
Every committee of a political party is required to elect a
chair, a vice chair, a secretary, and a
treasurer, who need not be members of the committee at the
time of their election, but who become
members, with full voting rights, upon their election. A
committee may also elect from among its
members such other officers as it deems appropriate to its
work.
§ 2315 Repealed. 2013, No. 161 (Adj. Sess.),
§ 10.
§ 2316 Secret ballot
At every caucus or meeting of a political committee, if
there is a contest for nomination,
recommendation, or election to any office or position, the
vote shall be taken by secret written ballot.
§ 2317 Voters not to participate in more than
one party
No voter shall vote in the biennial town, county, or State
caucus of more than one party in the same year,
nor shall any voter simultaneously hold membership on the
committees of more than one political party.
§ 2319 Party conventions for platforms and
presidential elections
On or before the fourth Tuesday in September in each
even-numbered year, upon the call of the
chairman of the State committee of the party, a party
platform convention of each organized
political party shall be held to make and adopt the
platform of the party. In presidential years,
the convention shall be the same convention held to nominate
presidential electors.
Title 17: Elections
Chapter 47: PARTY ORGANIZATION
§ 2321. Representative district committee
The "representative district committee" of a party shall
consist of those members of the town committee
residing in a representative district. A representative
district committee may encompass less than
an entire town or may extend across town lines. Such a
committee shall elect its own officers when
called upon to meet, but it need not meet unless required to
perform some function under this title.
Any three members may call the first meeting by giving at
least five days written notice to all other
members; thereafter, the committee shall meet at the call of
the chair.
§ 2322. Senatorial district committee
The "senatorial district committee" of a party shall consist
of those members of the county committee
residing in a senatorial district. A senatorial district
committee may encompass less than an entire
county or may extend across county lines. Such a committee
shall elect its own officers when called
upon to meet, but it need not meet unless required to
perform some function under this title. Any three
members may call the first meeting by giving at least five
days' written notice to all other members;
thereafter, the committee shall meet at the call of the
chair.
§ 2323. Probate district committee
The "probate district committee" of a party shall consist of
those members of the county committee
residing in a probate district. Such a committee shall elect
its own officers when called upon to meet,
but it need not meet unless required to perform some
function under this title. The chair of the county
committee may call the first meeting by giving at least five
days' written notice to all other members;
thereafter the committee shall meet at the call of the
probate district chair.
Title 17: Elections
Chapter 49: NOMINATIONS
Sub-Chapter 02: Nomination By Party Committee
§ 2381. Applicability of subchapter
(a) A candidate may also be nominated and have the
candidate's name printed on the general
election ballot in accordance with the provisions set forth
in this subchapter, in the following instances:
(2) In case a minor political party desires to nominate a
candidate for any office for which major
political parties nominate candidates by primary or for the
offices of President and Vice-President
of the United States;
(b) In no event may any committee nominate a candidate or
candidates for statewide office under
this subchapter unless the political party has town
committees organized in at least 10 towns
in this state in accordance with procedures in chapter 45 of
this title.
§ 2382. Which committee to nominate
Nominations of party candidates pursuant to this subchapter
shall be made by the following
political committee of the party:
(1) By the state committee in the case of State or
Congressional officers;
(2) By the county committee in the case of County officers;
(3) By the senatorial district committee in the case of the
office of State Senator;
(4) By the representative district committee in the case of
the office of Representative
to the General Assembly;
(5) By the town committee in the case of the office of
Justice of the Peace.
§ 2383. Notice of meetings
The chairman of the appropriate committee, or if the
chairman has not called a meeting then
any three members of the committee, may set a date, time,
and place for a committee meeting
for the nomination of candidates pursuant to this subchapter
and shall give not less than five days'
notice in writing to all members of the committee. The
notice shall specifically state the offices for
which nominations may be made.
§ 2384. Procedure upon meeting
At the time and place set for the meeting, the committee
shall proceed to nominate such candidates
as it may desire pursuant to this subchapter. Nomination
shall require a majority of those present
and voting, and if no candidate shall have received a
majority after two ballots, the candidate with
the lowest number of votes in the second and in each
succeeding ballot shall be eliminated until
a candidate receives a majority.
17 V.S.A. § 2385. Statement by committee officers; consent
of candidate
(a) When a nomination is made under the provisions of this
subchapter, the chairman and the secretary
of the committee making the nomination shall file a
statement of nomination in substantially the following
form:
"The
...................................................... met
on ............................... and nominated the
(name of committee)

(date)
following person (or persons) to be a candidate (or
candidates) of the
....................................................................
for the office (or offices) indicated
(Name of political party)
.................................................................................................................................................

(Name of candidate)
(residence)
(office
for which nominated)
"Notice of the meeting was properly given in compliance with
all requirements of section 2383 of Title 17
and the procedures required by section 2384 of Title 17 were
followed. A copy of the notice of the meeting
is attached. "We swear under oath that we understand the
above provisions of law and that the statements
we have made in this document are true. Sworn to before me

...........................................................


..........................................................

Notary Public



Signature of Chairman
...........................................................


..........................................................”

Date




Signature of Secretary
(b) The statement of nomination shall be signed by the
chairman or acting chairman and secretary or acting
secretary of the committee making the nomination. They shall
swear in their statement of nomination that the
notice requirements of section 2383 of this title and
procedural requirements of section 2384 of this title were
complied with and that the persons listed as candidates were
nominated at the meeting.
(c) A copy of the notice that was sent to all committee
members pursuant to section 2383 of this title shall be
filed along with the statement of nomination.
(d) Except in the case of nominations for justice of the
peace, the candidate named in the statement shall file
a consent to having the candidate's name printed on the
ballot, similar in form to the consent required in
section 2361 of this title before the last day for
filing statements of nomination. It shall be sufficient for
meeting
this requirement if the candidate signs the statement of
nomination with a statement in substantially the following
form:
"I consent to having my name printed on the general
election ballot for the
office of
_______________________________________________________________
.
(office for which nomination was made)
My name (as I wish it to appear on the ballot), town or
city of residence and party are as follows:
____________________
____________________________
_______________________
Name (please print)
Town of residence (please print)
Party (please print)
______________________

__________________________________________

Date



Signature of Candidate
___________________________________________
Mailing Address
(e) In the case of nominations by town committee or caucus
for the office of justice of the peace, before
filing the statement of nomination the chairman, acting
chairman, secretary or acting secretary shall
check with each nominee and confirm that he consents
to have his name printed on the ballot as a
candidate for that position and to serve if elected.
§ 2386. Time for filing statements
(a) Statements pursuant to this subchapter, except for
vacancies created by the death or withdrawal of a
candidate after the primary, shall be filed as set forth in
section 2356 of this title.
(b) In the case of the death or withdrawal of a candidate
after the primary election, the party committee
shall have seven days from the date of the withdrawal to
nominate a candidate. In no event, shall a
statement be filed later than 60 days prior to the election.

§ 2387. Place for filing statements
Statements for the office of justice of the peace shall be
filed with the town clerk. All other statements
and consents shall be filed with the secretary of state.

LET'S GET THE VERMONT MARIJUANA PARTY STARTED!

PLEASE CONTACT CRIS ERICSON at
crisericson@yahoo.com if you are willing to help
get this party started!
Date: Saturday, December 20, 2014
WE  WILL START A NEW MINOR
POLITICAL PARTY IN VERMONT,
THE VERMONT MARIJUANA PARTY.   Members are
meeting now on
facebook at the Vermont Marijuana Party group http://tinyurl.com/vmp2016
The Democrats and Republicans and Libertarians
and Liberty Union Party members in Vermont  all follow
a lot of rules, and we can do it, too! We are as smart and
dedicated as
they are.  We will make marijuana legal under state and
federal
laws. We can get this party started!
  Then we can collect out-of-state donations from
wealthy famous musicians, artists, actors and sports figures
who have been busted for marijuana and will want to help us
make it legal!
http://www.leg.state.vt.us/statutes/sections.cfm?Title=17&Chapter=045
The Vermont Statutes Online
Title 17: Elections
Chapter 45: POLITICAL PARTIES
§ 2318    Organization of minor political parties

A minor political party may organize in the manner set forth
in this subchapter
or in another manner which its members deem appropriate.
Minor political parties shall comply with the filing
requirements of sections
2307, 2311  to the extent applicable, and 2313 of this
chapter,
except that they need not be organized in 30 towns or in
seven counties.
They shall also comply with the procedural requirements of
sections 2303
through 2306 and 2313 of this title,
but need not comply with other procedural requirements
in sections 2301, 2302, 2308 through 2310, and 2312 of this
title.
Minor political parties shall  also comply with
sections 2314 through 2317 of this title.
§ 2303    Town chair to give notice 
(a) The town chair or, if unavailable or if the records of
the Secretary of State show there
is no chair, any three voters of the town shall arrange to
hold a caucus on the day
designated by the State chair, in some public place within
the town, and shall set the
hour of the caucus.
(b)(1) At least five days before the day of the caucus, the
town chair shall post a notice
of the date, purpose, time, and place of the caucus in the
town clerk's office and in at
least one other public place in town.
(2) In towns of 3,000 or more population, he or she shall
also publish the notice:
(A) in a newspaper having general circulation in the town;
or
(B) in a nonpartisan electronic news media website that
specializes in news of the State
or the community.
(c) If three voters arrange to call the caucus, the voters
shall designate one of their number
to perform the duties prescribed above for the town chair.
§ 2304    Town caucus 
(a) At the time and place set for the town caucus, the
voters of the party residing in the town
shall meet in caucus and proceed to elect a town committee,
consisting of such number of
voters of the town as the caucus deems necessary, to serve
during the following two years
or until their successors are elected or appointed.
Additional members of a town committee
may be elected by the town committee at any meeting, and
may be eligible to vote on
matters before the town committee at that meeting or at the
next meeting, as determined by
the members of the committee before the election.
(b) The voter checklist used by the caucus shall be the most
recent checklist approved by
the board of civil authority
§ 2305    First meeting of town committee 
The first meeting of the town committee shall be held
immediately following adjournment of
the caucus. At this meeting, members of the town committee
shall elect committee officers
and delegates to the county committee. All officers and
other members of the town committee
and all delegates to the county committee shall be voters of
the town
§ 2306    Procedure upon failure to hold caucus
If the voters of the party residing in any town fail to hold
a caucus on the day designated by the
State chairman, any three or more voters of the party
residing in the town may call and hold a
caucus at any time thereafter, in the manner provided
above. Those voters calling the caucus
shall designate one of their number to perform the duties
prescribed above for the town
chairman 
§ 2307    Certification of officers and county
committee delegates
(a) Within 72 hours after the caucus, the chair and
secretary of the town committee shall
mail to the Secretary of State and the chairs of the State
and county committees a copy
of the notice calling the meeting and a certified list of
the names and mailing addresses
of the officers and members of the town committee and of the
delegates to the county
committee.
(b) A committee is not considered organized until it has
filed the material required by this
section.
(c) The Secretary of State shall furnish forms for this
purpose to the chair of the State
committee of a political party.
§ 2311    Certification of county officers and
State committee members 
(a) Within 72 hours of the first meeting of the county
committee, its chair and Secretary shall
mail to the Secretary of State and the chair of the State
committee a copy of the notice
calling the meeting and a certified list of the names and
mailing addresses of the officers
of the county committee and of the members elected by the
county committee to the State
committee.
(b) A committee is not considered organized until it has
filed the material required by this
section.
(c) The Secretary of State shall prescribe and furnish forms
for this purpose
§ 2313    Filing of certificate of
organization 
(a)(1) Within 10 days after the first meeting of the State
committee of a party, the chair and
secretary shall file in the office of the Secretary of
State a certificate stating that the party has
completed its organization for the ensuing two years and
has substantially complied with the
provisions of this chapter.
(2) However, no State committee shall be eligible to file a
certificate of organization unless it
has town committees organized in at least 30 towns in this
State and county committees
organized in at least seven counties by January 1 of the
year of the general election.
(b) The certificate of organization shall set forth the
names and mailing addresses of the
officers and members of the State committee, together with
the counties which they represent.
It shall also designate, in not more than three words, the
name by which the party shall be
identified on any Australian ballot and shall be
accompanied by a copy of the notice calling
the meeting.
(c) The Secretary of State shall prescribe and furnish the
form to be used for this purpose.
(d) Upon receipt of a certificate of organization, the
Secretary of State promptly shall notify
all persons who have registered with the Secretary of State
asking to be notified of such filings.
(e)(1) Within 10 days, the Secretary of State shall accept a
certificate of organization if it appears
to be valid on its face or reject it if it is not.
(2) The Secretary of State may reject a certificate of
organization if the political or other name
is not substantially different from the name of any
organized political party.
(3) When a certificate is rejected, the Secretary of State
promptly shall notify the chair and
secretary of the committee to inform them in writing of the
reasons for rejection.
(f) A committee is not considered organized until the
material required by this section has been
filed and accepted
§ 2314    Officers required
Every committee of a political party is required to elect a
chair, a vice chair, a secretary, and a
treasurer, who need not be members of the committee at the
time of their election, but who become
members, with full voting rights, upon their election. A
committee may also elect from among its
members such other officers as it deems appropriate to its
work. 
§ 2315    Repealed. 2013, No. 161 (Adj. Sess.),
§ 10. 
§ 2316    Secret ballot 
At every caucus or meeting of a political committee, if
there is a contest for nomination,
recommendation, or election to any office or position, the
vote shall be taken by secret written ballot.
§ 2317    Voters not to participate in more than
one party 
No voter shall vote in the biennial town, county, or State
caucus of more than one party in the same year,
nor shall any voter simultaneously hold membership on the
committees of more than one political party.
§ 2319    Party conventions for platforms and
presidential elections 
On or before the fourth Tuesday in September in each
even-numbered year, upon the call of the
chairman of the State committee of the party, a party
platform convention of each organized
political party shall be held to make and adopt the
platform of the party. In presidential years,
the convention shall be the same convention held to nominate
presidential electors.
Title 17: Elections
Chapter 47: PARTY ORGANIZATION
§ 2321. Representative district committee
The "representative district committee" of a party shall
consist of those members of the town committee
residing in a representative district. A representative
district committee may encompass less than
an entire town or may extend across town lines. Such a
committee shall elect its own officers when
called upon to meet, but it need not meet unless required to
perform some function under this title.
Any three members may call the first meeting by giving at
least five days written notice to all other
members; thereafter, the committee shall meet at the call of
the chair.
§ 2322. Senatorial district committee
The "senatorial district committee" of a party shall consist
of those members of the county committee
residing in a senatorial district. A senatorial district
committee may encompass less than an entire
county or may extend across county lines. Such a committee
shall elect its own officers when called
upon to meet, but it need not meet unless required to
perform some function under this title. Any three
members may call the first meeting by giving at least five
days' written notice to all other members;
thereafter, the committee shall meet at the call of the
chair.
§ 2323. Probate district committee
The "probate district committee" of a party shall consist of
those members of the county committee
residing in a probate district. Such a committee shall elect
its own officers when called upon to meet,
but it need not meet unless required to perform some
function under this title. The chair of the county
committee may call the first meeting by giving at least five
days' written notice to all other members;
thereafter the committee shall meet at the call of the
probate district chair.
Title 17: Elections
Chapter 49: NOMINATIONS
Sub-Chapter 02: Nomination By Party Committee
§ 2381. Applicability of subchapter
(a) A candidate may also be nominated and have the
candidate's name printed on the general
election ballot in accordance with the provisions set forth
in this subchapter, in the following instances:
(2) In case a minor political party desires to nominate a
candidate for any office for which major
political parties nominate candidates by primary or for the
offices of President and Vice-President
of the United States;
(b) In no event may any committee nominate a candidate or
candidates for statewide office under
this subchapter unless the political party has town
committees organized in at least 10 towns
in this state in accordance with procedures in chapter 45 of
this title.
§ 2382. Which committee to nominate
Nominations of party candidates pursuant to this subchapter
shall be made by the following
political committee of the party:
(1) By the state committee in the case of State or
Congressional officers;
(2) By the county committee in the case of County officers;
(3) By the senatorial district committee in the case of the
office of State Senator;
(4) By the representative district committee in the case of
the office of Representative
to the General Assembly;
(5) By the town committee in the case of the office of
Justice of the Peace.
§ 2383. Notice of meetings
The chairman of the appropriate committee, or if the
chairman has not called a meeting then
any three members of the committee, may set a date, time,
and place for a committee meeting
for the nomination of candidates pursuant to this subchapter
and shall give not less than five days'
notice in writing to all members of the committee. The
notice shall specifically state the offices for
which nominations may be made.
§ 2384. Procedure upon meeting
At the time and place set for the meeting, the committee
shall proceed to nominate such candidates
as it may desire pursuant to this subchapter. Nomination
shall require a majority of those present
and voting, and if no candidate shall have received a
majority after two ballots, the candidate with
the lowest number of votes in the second and in each
succeeding ballot shall be eliminated until
a candidate receives a majority.
17 V.S.A. § 2385. Statement by committee officers; consent
of candidate
(a) When a nomination is made under the provisions of this
subchapter, the chairman and the secretary
of the committee making the nomination shall file a
statement of nomination in substantially the following
form:
"The 
...................................................... met
on  ............................... and nominated the
(name of committee)           
               
(date)
following person (or persons) to be a candidate (or
candidates) of the
....................................................................
for the office (or offices) indicated
(Name of political party)
.................................................................................................................................................

(Name of candidate)           
  (residence)           
           (office
for  which nominated)
"Notice of the meeting was properly given in compliance with
all requirements of section 2383 of Title 17
and the procedures required by section 2384 of Title 17 were
followed. A copy of the notice of the meeting
is attached. "We swear under oath that we understand the
above provisions of law and that the statements
we have made in this document are true. Sworn to before me

........................................................... 
               
   
   ..........................................................

Notary Public           
               
               
               
   Signature of Chairman
........................................................... 
               
   
   ..........................................................”

Date               
               
               
               
         
   Signature of Secretary
(b) The statement of nomination shall be signed by the
chairman or acting chairman and secretary or acting
secretary of the committee making the nomination. They shall
swear in their statement of nomination that the
notice requirements of section 2383 of this title and
procedural requirements of section 2384 of this title were
complied with and that the persons listed as candidates were
nominated at the meeting.
(c) A copy of the notice that was sent to all committee
members pursuant to section 2383 of this title shall be
filed along with the statement of nomination.
(d) Except in the case of nominations for justice of the
peace, the candidate named in the statement shall file
a consent to having the candidate's name printed on the
ballot, similar in form to the consent required in
section 2361  of this title before the last day for
filing statements of nomination. It shall be sufficient for
meeting
this requirement if the candidate signs the statement of
nomination with a statement in substantially the following
form:
"I consent to having my name printed on the general
election ballot for the
office of
_______________________________________________________________
.
(office for which nomination was made)
My name (as I wish it to appear on the ballot), town or
city of residence and party are as follows:
____________________         
  ____________________________ 
_______________________
Name (please print)         
   Town of residence (please print) 
    Party (please print)
______________________         
   
   __________________________________________

Date               
               
               
             
   Signature of Candidate
___________________________________________
Mailing Address
(e) In the case of nominations by town committee or caucus
for the office of justice of the peace, before
filing the statement of nomination the chairman, acting
chairman, secretary or acting secretary shall
check with each nominee  and confirm that he consents
to have his name printed on the ballot as a
candidate for that position and to serve if elected.
§ 2386. Time for filing statements
(a) Statements pursuant to this subchapter, except for
vacancies created by the death or withdrawal of a
candidate after the primary, shall be filed as set forth in
section 2356 of this title.
(b) In the case of the death or withdrawal of a candidate
after the primary election, the party committee
shall have seven days from the date of the withdrawal to
nominate a candidate. In no event, shall a
statement be filed later than 60 days prior to the election.

§ 2387. Place for filing statements
Statements for the office of justice of the peace shall be
filed with the town clerk. All other statements
and consents shall be filed with the secretary of state.
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DETAILS OF MINOR
POLITICAL PARTY FORMATION
http://www.leg.state.vt.us/statutes/sections.cfm?Title=17&Chapter=045

If enough Vermonters chose
to form a new
Minor Political Party
in the State of Vermont in 2015,
then the Marijuana Party of Vermont
can nominate a candidate
for the General Election
in November 2016
for President
of the United States of America.

The Vermont Statutes Online
Title 17: Elections
Chapter 45: POLITICAL PARTIES
17 V.S.A. § 2318. Organization
of minor political parties
§ 2318. Organization of
minor political parties
A minor political party
may organize in the manner
set forth
in this subchapter or in
another manner which its
members deem
appropriate. Minor
political parties shall
comply with the
filing requirements of

17 V.S.A. (Vermont Statutes Annotated)
section 2307,
§ 2307. Certification of
officers and county
committee delegates
(a) Within 72 hours after
the caucus, the chair
and secretary of
the town committee shall
mail to the Secretary of
State and the chairs
of the State and county
committees a copy of the
notice calling the
meeting and a certified
list of the names and
mailing addresses
of the officers and members
of the town committee and
of the delegates
to the county committee.
(b) A committee is not
considered organized until
it has filed the
material required by
this section.
(c) The Secretary of
State shall furnish forms
for this purpose to the
chair of the State committee
of a political party.

17 V.S.A. (Vermont Statutes Annotated)
section 2311
§ 2311. Certification of
county officers and State
committee members
(a) Within 72 hours of the
first meeting of the county committee,
its chair and Secretary
shall mail to the Secretary
of State and the
chair of the State committee
a copy of the notice
calling the meeting
and a certified list of
the names and mailing
addresses of the officers
of the county committee
and of the members
elected by the county committee
to the State committee.
(b) A committee is not
considered organized until
it has filed the material
required by this section.
(c) The Secretary of State
shall prescribe and furnish
forms for this purpose.

to the extent applicable,
and
17 V.S.A. (Vermont Statutes Annotated)
section 2313
§ 2313. Filing of certificate of organization
(a)(1) Within 10 days after the first meeting of the State committee of a party,
the chair and secretary shall file in the office of the Secretary of State
a certificate stating that the party has completed its organization for the
ensuing two years and has substantially complied with the provisions of this chapter.
(2) However, no State committee shall be eligible to file a certificate of
organization unless it has town committees organized in at least 30 towns in this
State and county committees organized in at least seven counties by January 1 of
the year of the general election.
(b) The certificate of organization shall set forth the names and mailing addresses
of the officers and members of the State committee, together with the counties which
they represent. It shall also designate, in not more than three words, the name by
which the party shall be identified on any Australian ballot and shall be accompanied
by a copy of the notice calling the meeting.
(c) The Secretary of State shall prescribe and furnish the form to be used for this
purpose.
(d) Upon receipt of a certificate of organization, the Secretary of State promptly
shall notify all persons who have registered with the Secretary of State asking to
be notified of such filings.
(e)(1) Within 10 days, the Secretary of State shall accept a certificate of
organization if it appears to be valid on its face or reject it if it is not.
(2) The Secretary of State may reject a certificate of organization if the political
or other name is not substantially different from the name of any organized political
party.
(3) When a certificate is rejected, the Secretary of State promptly shall notify the
chair and secretary of the committee to inform them in writing of the reasons for
rejection.
(f) A committee is not considered organized until the material required by this
section has been filed and accepted.

of this chapter, except that they need not be organized
in 30 towns or in seven counties.

They shall also comply with the
procedural requirements of

17 V.S.A. (Vermont Statutes Annotated)
sections 2303
§ 2303. Town chair to give notice
(a) The town chair or, if unavailable or if the records of the Secretary of State
show there is no chair, any three voters of the town shall arrange to hold a caucus
on the day designated by the State chair, in some public place within the town,
and shall set the hour of the caucus.
(b)(1) At least five days before the day of the caucus, the town chair shall post
a notice of the date, purpose, time, and place of the caucus in the town clerk's
office and in at least one other public place in town.
(2) In towns of 3,000 or more population, he or she shall also publish the notice:
(A) in a newspaper having general circulation in the town; or
(B) in a nonpartisan electronic news media website that specializes in news of
the State or the community.
(c) If three voters arrange to call the caucus, the voters shall designate one
of their number to perform the duties prescribed above for the town chair.

17 V.S.A. (Vermont Statutes Annotated)
through section 2306
§ 2306. Procedure upon failure to hold caucus
If the voters of the party residing in any town fail to hold a caucus on the day
designated by the State chairman, any three or more voters of the party residing
in the town may call and hold a caucus at any time thereafter, in the manner
provided above. Those voters calling the caucus shall designate one of their
number to perform the duties prescribed above for the town chairman.

and 17 V.S.A. (Vermont Statutes Annotated)
section 2313
§ 2313. Filing of certificate of organization
(a)(1) Within 10 days after the first meeting of the State committee of a party,
the chair and secretary shall file in the office of the Secretary of State a
certificate stating that the party has completed its organization for the ensuing
two years and has substantially complied with the provisions of this chapter.
(2) However, no State committee shall be eligible to file a certificate of
organization unless it has town committees organized in at least 30 towns in
this State and county committees organized in at least seven counties by January 1
of the year of the general election.
(b) The certificate of organization shall set forth the names and mailing addresses
of the officers and members of the State committee, together with the counties
which they represent. It shall also designate, in not more than three words, the
name by which the party shall be identified on any Australian ballot and shall
be accompanied by a copy of the notice calling the meeting.
(c) The Secretary of State shall prescribe and furnish the form to be used for
this purpose.
(d) Upon receipt of a certificate of organization, the Secretary of State promptly
shall notify all persons who have registered with the Secretary of State asking to
be notified of such filings.
(e)(1) Within 10 days, the Secretary of State shall accept a certificate of
organization if it appears to be valid on its face or reject it if it is not.
(2) The Secretary of State may reject a certificate of organization if the
political or other name is not substantially different from the name of any
organized political party.
(3) When a certificate is rejected, the Secretary of State promptly shall
notify the chair and secretary of the committee to inform them in writing
of the reasons for rejection.
(f) A committee is not considered organized until the material required by
this section has been filed and accepted.

of this title,
but need not comply
with other procedural
requirements in sections 2301, 2302, 2308 through 2310,
and 2312 of this title.

Minor political parties shall also
comply with
17 V.S.A. (Vermont Statutes Annotated)
section 2314
2314. Officers required
Every committee of a political party is required to elect a chair, a vice chair,
a secretary, and a treasurer, who need not be members of the committee at the
time of their election, but who become members, with full voting rights, upon
their election. A committee may also elect from among its members such other
officers as it deems appropriate to its work.

17 V.S.A., section 2316
§ 2316. Secret ballot
At every caucus or meeting of a political committee, if there is a contest
for nomination, recommendation, or election to any office or position, the vote
shall be taken by secret written ballot.

through 17 V.S.A., section 2317
§ 2317. Voters not to participate in more than one party
No voter shall vote in the biennial town, county, or State caucus of more than
one party in the same year, nor shall any voter simultaneously hold membership
on the committees of more than one political party.

The Vermont Statutes Online
Title 17: Elections
Chapter 49: NOMINATIONS
Sub-Chapter 02: Nomination By Party Committee
17 V.S.A. § 2381. Applicability of subchapter

§ 2381. Applicability of subchapter

(a) A candidate may also be nominated and have the candidate's name printed
on the general election ballot
in accordance with the provisions set forth in this subchapter,
in the following instances:
(1)
(2) In case a minor political party
desires to nominate a candidate
for any office
for which major political parties
nominate candidates by primary
or for the offices of
president and vice-president of the United States;
(b) In no event may any committee nominate a candidate
or candidates for statewide office under this subchapter
unless the political party has town committees organized
in at least 1
0 towns
in this state in accordance with procedures in
chapter 45 of this title.

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campaign funds are
NOT invited to the
majority of Debates.
This is the truth of
the current political
situation in the
U.S.A. Candidates
without a large
campaign fund can NOT
get their messages
out to the public.
Cris Ericson has the
best platform, but
hardly anyone knows
about it.

Cris Ericson is looking
for a campaign
fundraising executive
for 2016.
This person must first
learn everything about
campaign finance law
at:
http://www.opensecrets.org
http://www.fec.gov
http://www.leg.state.vt.us
2016 Vote Cris Ericson
Please send campaign
donations to:
Cris Ericson
Campaign for
U.S. Congress 2016,
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Campaign for
Governor of Vermont 2016,
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05143-9375
http://crisericson.com
802-875-4038
crisericson@yahoo.com
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VOTE CRIS ERICSON 2016

The guys who won
the 2014 election
will destroy the
Environment of the
State of Vermont.
Champ the
Lake Champlain Monster
lost in 2014.
He is so sad
he has tears in his eyes.

(1) We need to outlaw
motorboats in Lake Champlain
because they drip drops
of oil and gas which contain
Lead, while simultaneously,
1/3 of the population of
people of Vermont are
drawing their drinking water
from Lake Champlain.

It is NOT healthy to allow
motor boats in the peoples'
drinking water.
Unfortunately, the current
incumbent politicians
are brain dead and don't
understand this - or
they don't care - or they
are so rich and wealthy
that they drink bottled
spring water and drive their
motor boats on weekends
and they are so evil
that they willingly and
intentionally pollute the
peoples' drinking water.
They have the devil
in their hearts and
need an Exorcism.

Hint, hint! How about
Leonardo DiCaprio doing
a movie where he gives
exorcisms to unwilling
big time politicians?

(2) We need to outlaw
dumping Monsanto chemicals
and other killing chemicals
into Lake Champlain,
the 6th largest lake
in the United States, because
they are not an
environmentally
safe way to kill
unwanted aquatic species.

Unwanted aquatic species
can be fished out and
removed with nets.
Poisoning
them is fast, but they
just get more used to
the poison
and come back.

Removing them by
fishing them out
and taking them
by nets creates jobs.
These chemicals kill
invasive aquatic
species, but they
also pollute the
drinking water, and
one-third of the
people of the State
of Vermont draw their
drinking water
from Lake Champlain.

It is incredibly stupid
for the
State of Vermont Fish
& Wildlife Department to
seriously and willfully
and intentionally
pollute
the holy hell
out of the peoples'
drinking water.

Leonardo DiCaprio
should do a movie
to shame
these bastards!

(3) Lake Champlain
is the 6th largest lake
in the
United States and it is
bordered by Canada,
New York
and Vermont.

There are dozens and
dozens of
sewage treatment plants
dumping treated sewage
into Lake Champlain,
while simultaneously
one-third (1/3) of the
people of Vermont
are drawing
their drinking water
from Lake Champlain.

The treated sewage
should be re-routed elsewhere,
perhaps to industrial
uses, or south to the
Atlantic Ocean. If the
treated sewage water is so
good to drink, why don't
they sell it to the tourists?
Because they'd get the
holy hell sued out of them
if they did. So, why
don't the people of Vermont
sue the holy hell out
of the State for dumping
treated sewage into
their drinking water?
Because most of them are
too poor to afford a
lawyer, and the ones that
aren't too poor, just
buy bottled spring water
to drink.
This situation sucks
if you are low income.

Leonardo DiCaprio should
do a movie about
a boy and Champ
the Lake Champlain Monster,
who will get sick and
die if this situation gets
any worse. Big tears.

(4) We need to put
a stop to a plan to build
a natural
gas pipeline under
Lake Champlain.
Natural gas is
NOT natural,
it is fracked.

Fracking means to
fracture
the Earth
with federally regulated
toxic hazardous
chemicals
the gas companies
call "trade secrets".
This pollutes the
ground water.

There is another equally
brain dead plan to build a
hydro power transmission
line 100 miles along the
bottom of Lake Champlain.
This is even stupider than
the idea of building
a gas pipeline.
These are both
brain dead ideas.

If you build anything
at all under
Lake Champlain you will
stir up the mud and destroy
some of the 400 ancient
sunken ships which are part
of our national heritage.

Its fine for underwater
divers
to carefully look at the
400 ancient sunken ships,
all part
of the great battles
before the U.S.A.
became the U.S.A.,
but it is not fine
to dig them up,
disrupt them, crush them
to pieces, and make a
muddy mess of the peoples'
drinking water.
Drinking water
should be sacred.
80% of your body
is made of water.

Leonardo DiCaprio
should make a fabulous movie
about the history of the
United States of America
centering around the
battles on Lake Champlain,
the 6th largest lake
in the U.S.A., and
Champ the
Lake Champlain Monster.

Champ the Lake
Champlain Monster was
an egg over in Scotland.
Pirate Captain
Raven Tyree
(should be played
by Keanu Reeves)
was packing up his
Pirate Ship
hundreds of years ago,
and he packed his food in
straw and ice, and in the
ice was big green egg of
a Loch Ness Monster.
He sailed his ship across the
Atlantic and past
Prince Edward Island,
west in the
St. Laurence (St. Lawrence)
River and down into
Lake Champlain,
where his Pirate ship
was blasted
with a cannon ball
from the French or the British,
and it sunk.
The cannon ball made
a hole in the
side of the ship and t
he big green egg rolled out
the next summer when
the ice melted. Champ
the Lake Champlain
Monster was born.
He has
been very lonely, he
doesn't know he's really
a Loch Ness Monster,
and there are no other
Monsters like him
in Lake Champlain.

Champ the Lake
Champlain Monster
will die soon from
water pollution in
Lake Champlain,
the 6th largest lake
in the United States of
America
if Leonardo DiCaprio
and Keanu Reeves,
or SOMEONE
doesn't save him.

Leonardo DiCaprio
and Kenau Reeves have a lot of
Water Signs
in their Astrological Charts,
so they are
the best Celebrities
to help Champ the
Lake Champlain
Monster.

Champ the Lake
Champlain Monster
needs a Celebrity
to start a Super PAC
to promote environmental
issues
in the
State of Vermont.
A Super PAC is a type
of political action committee
that can promote issues.
You can learn about
Super PACs at places like
opensecrets.org
and fec.gov
This is something
attorneys and lawyers
probably did not
learn in law school.

Cris Ericson, running for
U.S. Congress in 2016,
would love it if someone
created PACs and SUPER PACs
to promote her, and help save
Champ the Lake Champlain
Monster!
2016 VOTE CRIS ERICSON
http://crisericson.com
*********************
Candidates with small
campaign funds are
NOT invited to the
majority of Debates.
This is the truth of
the current political
situation in the
U.S.A. Candidates
without a large
campaign fund can NOT
get their messages
out to the public.
Cris Ericson has the
best platform, but
hardly anyone knows
about it.

Cris Ericson is looking
for a campaign
fundraising executive
for 2016.
This person must first
learn everything about
campaign finance law
at:
http://www.opensecrets.org
http://www.fec.gov
http://www.leg.state.vt.us
2016 Vote Cris Ericson
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Cris Ericson Campaign for U.S. Congress 2016,
or Cris Ericson Campaign for Governor of Vermont 2016,
879 Church Street
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05143-9375
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802-875-4038
crisericson@yahoo.com
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2016 VOTE CRIS ERICSON

Ms. Cris Ericson
did not win in 2014.
She needs your help
to WIN in 2016!
All these elections
are all about money.
If you can't boast of
a huge campaign fund,
you won't be invited
to the majority of
Debates, and not enough
voters will know who
you are. PLEASE help
cris Ericson right now!
It is time, right now,
to ask you for campaign
donations, in order to
build up a large enough
campaign account to
run enough advertisements
so that the majority of
people will know about
the values of protecting
our Environment in Vermont,
and bringing back Control
to the People, away from
the Corporations,
so that we can live in
Vermont the way Vermont
is supposed to be,
not raped and ravaged
by fracked gas pipelines
and a new military
industrial complex,
and Towns raped of
local control of schools.
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2016 Vote Cris Ericson
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VOTE CRIS ERICSON 2014

We are at a point of
crisis in the United States
because Corporations control
Republicans and Democrats
like puppets, bribing them
with campaign donations.
we have to take back
control of our government
immediately, take it away
from corporate control,
and give it back to
WE, THE PEOPLE.
VOTE for CRIS ERICSON
Nov. 4, 2014
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2014 Vote Cris Ericson
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CHAMP, the LAKE CAMPLAIN MONSTER

Lake Champlain waters
flow north,
so if a natural gas pipeline,
carrying entirely un-natural
fracked gas, is built
underneath Lake Champlain
near Ticonderoga, then
while they are building it
there will be a great deal
of upheaval of the
lake water and underlying soil,
a huge muddy mess,
and the mud and debris
will flow north to
Burlington.

In the news nationwide,
yearly, are reports of
natural gas pipelines
that leak and explode.

All of the leaks
and explosions
that could occur
in Lake Champlain
will flow north
towards Burlington.

one-third (1/3) of the
people of Vermont draw
their drinking water
from Lake Champlain,
and it will become
polluted if a natural
gas pipeline is built
underneath the Lake.

If you love Champ,
the Lake Champlain Monster,
then you will oppose
the natural gas pipeline
that carries un-natural
fracked gas.

The fracked gas is derived
from forcing chemicals
deep into the
ground, fracturing
the ground, and leaving
the federally regulated
toxic hazardous chemicals
in the ground,
so that the homes near
where the fracking occurs
will all have polluted
ground water,
hurting people
in Canada.

Champ,
the Lake Champlain Monster,
has tears running down
his face.
Please save Champ,
the Lake Champlain Monster,
by protesting the natural gas
pipeline that will carry
un-natural fracked gas.

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2014 Vote Cris Ericson
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05143-9375
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802-875-4038
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VOTE for the GREEN LIST

Your vote for Cris Ericson
is a vote for the GREEN LIST:
* Stop the Natural Gas Pipeline
* Stop the F-35 Fighter Jets
* Make Marijuana Legal
* Give Towns Control of Schools
* Give People Same Tax Breaks
as Business & Corporations
http://crisericson.com
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2014 Vote Cris Ericson
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Ericson Will Take Back America!

"Pirate Captain Cris Ericson"
announced that because
the U.S. Supreme Court
wrote an Opinion
declaring that Corporations
are "persons" and
because the U.S. Congress
did not Impeach them,
which the U.S. Congress
had the legal right to do,
then, that proved
the U.S. Congress is in
favor of Corporations
being "persons"
and she -
Pirate Captain Cris Ericson,
is going to
"take back" America
away from the control of
Corporations and
give it back to
We, the People.

U.S. Congress,
House of Representatives,
Oc.t 23, 2014
Vermont candidate debate
at Vermont PBS.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gh2TGnkHUeQ
U.S. House Debate - Vermont PBS Election 2014
http://www.vermontpbs.org/show/20943/0
Matthew Andrews,Liberty Union Party;
Mark Donka, Republican;
Pirate Captain Cris Ericson,
Independent;
Randall Meyers, Independent;
Jerry Trudell, Energy Indepence;
Peter Welch, Democrat.
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2014 Vote Cris Ericson
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05143-9375
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802-875-4038
crisericson@yahoo.com
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Oct. 17 U.S. Congress Debate

http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/vermonts-representative-congress
Description:
Incumbent Peter Welch (D)
faces Matthew Andrews (LU),
Mark Donka (R),
Cris Ericson (I),
Randall Meyer (I),
Jerry Trudell (Energy Independence)
for Vermont's lone seat to the
U.S. House of Representatives.

http://media.cctv.org/cctv/library/2014/10/vtrepftocongress_F_10172014/vtrepftocongress_F_10172014.11.jpg
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Oct. 16 VT Governor Debate

Watch the Oct. 16, 2014
Vermont gubernatorial debate
on CCTV.
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/candidates-vermont-governor
Description:
Incumbent Peter Shumlin (D)
faces Peter Diamondstone (LU),
Cris Ericson (I), Dan Feliciano (LU),
Scott Milne (R), Bernard Peters (I),
and Emily Peyton (I) for the
2 year Vermont Governor seat.
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2014 Vote Cris Ericson
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05143-9375
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VT PBS Debate 10/09/14 Online Now!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RyosthpE-mE
PLease watch the first
general election Governor
candidate debate that
Ms. Cris Ericson was
invited to on Oct. 9, 2014
at Vermont PBS.

She has been excluded from
the majority of debates.

Vermont is similar to
Beijing, China because
Beijing, China wants to "vet"
and control which candidates
are on the ballot in
Hong Kong, where students
are protesting for that
reason - while simultaneously
in Vermont,
Corporations which control
radio, newspapers and
television, and which might
be partly owned by Chinese
investors, are doing the
Vermont version of "vetting"
candidates by excluding
candidate Cris Ericson from
the majority of debates and
forums. 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RyosthpE-mE
Online Video, October 9, 2014
Vermont Governor Candidate Debate.

C-Span Video Oct. 9, 2014
Governor Candidate Debate
in Vermont with
(from left to right)
Peter Diamondstone,
Cris Ericson, Dan Feliciano,
Scott Milne, Bernard Peters,
Emily Peyton,
Governor Peter Shumlin
Vermont Gubernatorial Debate
Online Video,
C-SPAN.org
www.c-span.org/video/?322026-1/vermont-gubernatorial-debate

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2014 Vote Cris Ericson
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for
U.S. Congress 2014,
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Governor of Vermont 2014,
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Chester, Vermont
05143-9375
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802-875-4038
crisericson@yahoo.com
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No Fair Play in 2014

Ms. Cris Ericson
has been excluded
from many candidate
debates and forums.
In 1944
Mary Francis Butler,
age 16, a Negro girl,
wrote: "Segregation
and discrimination
are not the marks of
intelligence and fair
play.  They are not
the principles upon
which America
was founded."
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2014 Vote Cris Ericson
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05143-9375
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802-875-4038
crisericson@yahoo.com
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CRIS ERICSON ON PBS

CRIS ERICSON ON PBS

Cris Ericson talks
about Jobs in Vermont.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sP4vtC5Kx_A

Cris Ericson talks about
healthcare for Vermonters.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYRqSqN8RU0

Cris Ericson talks
about F-35 fighter jets.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=523XXBtOzLw

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2014 Vote Cris Ericson
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Campaign for
Governor of Vermont 2014,
879 Church Street
Chester, Vermont
05143-9375
http://crisericson.com
802-875-4038
crisericson@yahoo.com
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Cris Ericson on CCTV online

Show starts w/ Buttermilk Falls.
http://www.cctv.org/watch-tv/programs/2014-cris-ericson-governor-and-us-congress
Cris Ericson, Independent candidate
for Vermont Governor and U.S. Congress
shares views and positions on issues.
http://www.crisericson.com

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2014 Vote Cris Ericson
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crisericson@yahoo.com
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END THE TYRANNY!

END THE TYRANNY!
The schools are
often failing to teach the
United States Constitution.
Because the schools
are failing to teach,
the people are left
unprotected from
tyranny.

The people are oppressed
and being forced to submit
to drug tests, in violation
of their U.S. Constitutional
right to be free from
warrantless searches
and seizures of their
persons and their property,
which includes their blood
and urine.

The people are being
oppressed and being
accused of being guilty of
drug crimes with no
evidence, which is a
violation of the
U.S. Constitution
which says we are
all innocent
until proven guilty.

The politicians and
corporations and
medical boards are
continually forcing
people submit to
drug urine tests
for illegal drugs
and to have to
prove over and
over again that
they are innocent.

The problem is that
the U.S. Constitution
is not being
taught often enough
in all schools.

These warrantless
searches and
seizures, and
Un-Constitutional
accusations of
guilt of the people
must stop.

It is the government
and corporations
that are guilty,
guilty of violating
the U.S. Constitution.

Declaration of
Independence 1776
...whenever any form of
government becomes
destructive of these
ends, it is the right of
the people to alter or
abolish it, and to
institute a new
Government...when a
long train of abuses and
usurpations, pursuing
invariably the same
object envinces a design
to reduce them under
absolute Despotism, it
is their right, it is their
duty, to throw off such
Government, and to
provide new guards for
their future security. ...

U.S. Constitution
Amendment 5...
no person shall be deprived
of life, liberty or property
without due process of law...
(Your blood and urine are
your property, and an
accusation of using illegal
drugs is a criminal
accusation against you
by your employer or your
medical doctor, neither of
whom have any legal
right of action to charge
you with such a crime.)

U.S. Constitution
Amendment 14...
nor shall any State deprive
anyu person of life, liberty,
or property without
due process of law...
(again, your urine and blood
are your property, and
when the State allows
the Medical Board to
deny you a right to a
prescription medicine
unless you take a drug
urine test for illegal drugs,
then the State is in
Conspiracy with the
Medical Board to violate
the U.S. Constitution.)

U.S. Constitution
Amendment 4...
The right of the people
to be secure in their
persons (that includes
your blood and urine),
houses, papers, and
effects, against
unreasonable searches
and seizures, shall not
be violated,
and no Warrants shall
issue, but upon probable
cause, supported by
Oath or affirmation, and
particularly describing
the place to be searched,
and the persons or things
to be seized. ( If your
employer and/or your
medical doctor have
demaned a drug urine
test for illegal drugs
without getting a search
warrant, then they are
violating the
U.S. Constitution. )

END THE TYRANNY,
VOTE FOR
CRIS ERICSON.
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STOP the GAS PIPELINE!

STOP THE GAS PIPELINE
FROM RUNNING UNDER
LAKE CHAMPLAIN!
DON'T ALLOW GAS LEAKS
IN OUR DRINKING WATER!

Vermont Gas is permitted to
build a natural gas pipeline
through portions of Addison
County; but the problem is
that additional phases
are proposed for running more
natural gas pipelines underneath
Lake Champlain, from which
one-third of Vermonters draw
their drinking water, all the
way to Ticonderoga, New York.

We have to just say NO
to a gas pipeline underneath
Lake Champlain which is
grandfathered in as
drinking water for
one-third of Vermonters.

July 26, 2010, Enbridge Energy
Partners reported a 30-inch pipeline
ruptured near Marshall, Michigan.
The release, estimated at
843,000 gallons, entered
Talmadge Creek and flowed
into the Kalamazoo River,
a Lake Michigan tributary.
Heavy rains caused the
river to overtop existing
dams and carried oil 35 miles
downstream on the Kalamazoo River.
Substantial levels of oil and
oil-contaminated materials
were removed from the river
under EPA’s March 2013 order,
3 years later. Clean up takes years!

August 12, 2013 A natural gas
liquids pipeline near Erie, Illinois,
exploded igniting a massive
fireball. Natural gas liquids
include ethane and butane.
The pipeline is owned by
Enterprise Products Partners,
Houston, Texas.

May 28, 2014 A natural gas
pipeline leaked oil and gas
into Sakakawea, a tributary of
Lake Sakakawea in North Dakota.
Hess Corp. owns the natural gas
pipeline that leaked.

October 21, 1989 Texas Eastern
Transmission Corporation is
penalized for improper toxic
waste operations, including
discharging highly toxic PCBs—
at 89 sites along a natural gas
pipeline running from Texas
to New Jersey.

Just say NO to a natural gas
pipeline running undeneath
Lake Champlain from which
one-third of Vermonters draw
their drinking water!

2014 Vote Cris Ericson
879 Church Street
Chester, Vermont 05143-9375
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federal law. Thank You!

HATE / LOVE INTERNET AFFAIR

YOUR INTERNET USE
TELECOMMUNICATIONS
NET NEUTRALITY

A lot of Vermonters aren't
even concerned about net
neutrality because they can't
get on the internet for more
than half an hour at their
local public library, because
people have to take turns
with the very few computers there;
and some public libraries won't
allow you to use headphones so
you can't even see programs;
and the local public library
may only be open a few days
a week in their little town
in Vermont. The Burlington,
Vermont "Fletcher Free Library"
further violates your privacy
and property rights under the
U.S. Constitution by demanding
an Identification card to use
the bathroom, and then the clerk
throws your Drivers' License
into a drawer; and when you return
the bathroom key, she hands you
someone else's I.D. This feels
abusive and disgusting, but
the library clerk states that
the Mayor of Burlington, VT
requires it. He should be
Impeached!

Some Vermonters
receive lifeline telephone
because they are so low income,
and there is no way a low income
Vermonter can afford broadband
or wifi. So, let's start with that.
Net Neutrality comes in second to just
getting on the internet, for
many Vermonters. Democrat
U.S. Congressman Peter Welch
voted to lower food stamps 1%
which means that out of 365
days a year, many Vermonters
will go totally hungry for 3.65
days starting this winter, and
fragile little babies and senior
citizens may starve. Food comes
first before paying for internet,
or caring how far we can get on
the world wide web unobstructed.

Guaranteeing Net Neutrality
means keeping free speech on the
Internet. Without it, big telecoms
could control what you see
and how you see it by blocking
and discriminating. Open Internet
is referred to as "net neutrality."

The FCC rules were challenged
in federal court, and on
January 14, 2014, the
United States Court of Appeals
for the District of Columbia Circuit
upheld the transparency rule,
but Vacated the no-blocking and
no-unreasonable-discrimination rules.
May 15 the FCC launched a public
comment page on how to protect
and promote an open Internet. You
can do like I did and enter your
comments at
http://www.fcc.gov/comments
Please help stop the blocking and
unreasonable discrimination.
I'm tired of my URL being blocked
from some websites, aren't you?

2014 Vote Cris Ericson
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Thank You!

IMPEACH PRESIDENT OBAMA

DRONE UNTO OTHERS
AS YOU WOULD HAVE
THEM DRONE
UNTO YOU.

Drones with No weapons
are appropriate for military
surveillance, immigration
surveillance and search
and rescue missions.

Drones With weapons
are Only appropriate for
the U.S. Military if the
United States Congress
declares War.

Drone unto others as you
would have them drone
unto you.

Impeach President Obama now
for killing innocent children
in Pakistan, Yemen and Libya
with drone strikes because the
United States Congress
has Not declared war against
these countries.

Will there come a day
when we have to pay
for all of the blood
that President Barack Obama
has spilled?

Drone unto others
as you would have them
drone unto you.

2014 Vote Cris Ericson
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DIRTY GAS TAX

DIRTY GAS TAX?

The gas tax hurts low income
people who just need to get
their kids to school and get
to the grocery store and
get to the doctor.
A low income person has
to think about how many
miles they drive each day,
and if they can afford to get
where they need to
go. The gas tax also hurts
struggling businesses in
Vermont.
The United States Constitution,
Article 1, Section 8,
Powers of Congress, number 7.
establishes Post Offices and
post Roads and Amendment 16
of the U.S. Constitution gives
Congress the power to lay and
collect taxes on incomes.
No where does it state that
U.S. Congress is empowered
by the U.S. Constitution to
collect a sales tax on gas
or anything else.
If we are charged a higher
gas tax, it will just be to
balance the business expenses
the corporations are deducting
for the use of their yachts for
business dinners.
Every time the U.S. Congress
votes for more tax dollars, the
rich businessmen are deducting
another expensive dinner at a
fancy restraunt.
This is a fools game.
We have to quit playing.
It's time for a
tax revolution.

2014 Vote Cris Ericson
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STICKY DEBT TRICKS

CONGRESSIONAL DEBT
TRICKS,
TRICKING YOU!

We the People are over
17 Trillion dollars in debt,
that's the number 17
with 12 zeroes after it.
Just jot that down.
Who owns the public
debt and collects
interest on it,
which drives the debt
higher? The answer is
Mutual funds, pension
funds, foreign
governments, foreign
and American investors.
Of the $5.1 trillion
dollars of US debt that
is owned by Foreign
Governments, China
and Japan own nearly
half, and collect interest.
The elected members of
the U. S. Congress are
keeping us in debt
because their friends, their
buddies who own mutual
funds and pension funds,
are collecting interest
on the debt.

The members of the mutual
funds, pension funds,
and American investors
who receive the interest
we have to pay on
the national debt, just keep
giving campaign funds to
members of U.S. Congress
to keep putting us deeper
in debt. It's a scam.
The U.S. Congress is
acting against our best
interests because they
profit from receiving
campaign donations
from members of the pension
funds, mutual funds and
American investors
who lent the
money to the
U.S. Government.
That is what this debt is, the
U.S. Government borrowed
money, then pays it back
with interest to the foreign
countries, mutual funds,
pension funds and investors
it borrowed the money from.
It's a scam, it is round-about
campaign finance money-
laundering; and we can't pay
it back as fast as the
government is borrowing it.

See it for what it is:
a campaign
finance money
laundering scheme.
Elected Representatives of the
United States Congress
vote
to raise the debt ceiling,
and the government
borrows money,
the entities
that the government
borrows money from,
then receive interest
because they loaned
the money to the government,
then, out of the interest they
receive, they pay some of
that to elected
Representatives of the
U.S. Congress in the form
of campaign donations.
Get it?
That's why our national debt
is so high.

2014 Vote Cris Ericson
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2014. Please include your
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Thank you!

COLLEGE BALL & CHAIN

THE COLLEGE
BALL & CHAIN

The U.S. Congress sends
$30 Billion of our taxpayer
dollars overseas for foreign
assistance. We could help
them and help ourselves
by immediately stopping
those payments, and instead,
create free online college
programs for everyone
world wide, for the same
amount of money, for all
courses which do not
require tactile hands on
learning. We have to shift
away from college as a
commercial for profit
business enterprise that
does makes a profit for its
investors, to international
collaberation to improve the
world as a whole.
Let's divide up that $30
Billion dollars into 30 different
basic areas of study; 1 billion
for each area, science, math,
languages, art, music, and
so forth. Remember, art is
science because yellow
and blue make green, and
yellow and red make orange.
Music is math, because
musicians move up and down
the scale in specific intervals.
Now, let's find or create the
best online programs to teach
each course, with lots of graphics
and videos to illustrate what
you would learn in a laboratory
or real life hospital emergency
ward, for example, as much
as you can teach someone
without hands on tactile
learning. The intial computer
courses would be your first
step to take to learn enough
computer basics to use the
other courses.

Next, we prepare all of these
courses for public use for
Free online from one website
with lots of links to other
websites such as the
White House so people can find the
free online courses fast.
Then we create free online
testing, and certification
when someone completes an
entire course and passes it.
This will require equiping
all public library computers
with an eyeball scanner and
fingerprint scanner camera.
If a person is taking the course
at home, they should be
allowed to go to a government
office or police station and
take the test in front of an
eyeball and finger scanner.
So, part of the cost would
be equiping one government
office or police station in every
area, like a county, with the eyeball
and fingerprint scanner so everyone
world wide has a place to take
the test online for each course for
free. By "free" I mean that the
government stops paying $30
Billion dollars to foreign assistance
and instead uses the money for
education. Many College and
University courses should all be free,
and this is possible to do, except
for the courses that require tactile
hands on learning. We can help
to make the world a better place
for everyone.

2014 Vote Cris Ericson
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WHICH TERRORIST?

WHICH TERRORIST?

Our best way to counter
terrorists attacks is
to stop acting
like terrorists, ourselves.
We have to stop drone strikes
against foreign countries
which the U.S. Congress
has not
declared war against, or
we will create more
terrorists.
Terrorism is the use of
violence as a political
policy and
weapon to intimidate and
subjugate people.
Every time the United States
kills innocent children
abroad with
our targeted drone strikes,
we become the terrorists
in their
minds and their hearts.
We are on a path of
escalating and
un-ending violence.
We have to get off
this path before we
blow up the world as
we know it with nuclear
weapons.
The F-35 strike fighter
jets are being designed
to be dual
capable to carry nuclear
weapons. Israel is
expecting to
receive a fleet of them
in 2016. If israel
strikes anyone with
the F-35 jets and kills
anyone with nuclear
weapons, then
the whole world knows
that the U.S.A. gave
them these
weapons, and we are
to blame for the
nuclear destruction
they might cause.

For every nation we give
weapons to, their enemies
become
our enemies because
they know the weapons
are American.
If Israel uses nuclear
weapons against the
Gaza strip in
Palestine starting in
2016, then all of the
fish in the
Mediterranean Sea will
die or be too radioactive
to eat.
All of the tourist
beaches will have to
close down.
The consequences of
bombing with a nuclear
bomb include
humans and animals
rotting if they are not
immediately turned
to ashes. Their dead
bodies will become
infected with viruses
and bacteria, and
insects will feed off
them and spread disease,
causing mass epidemics.

Stop breeding new
terrorists by terrorizing
people.

War is only acceptable
if the majority of the
U.S. Congress votes in
favor of it.

2014 Vote Cris Ericson
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OBAMACARE?

Obamacare?

Obama doesn't care.
The U.S. Congress and
President Obama are
playing a popular
Congressional game
in which they throw
crap at the wall and
see what
sticks, and fake it
and bluff it.
They're not earning
theirpaychecks,
they're not reading
the full text of laws
before voting on them,
or signing them; and
they should all be
impeached. If
Obamacare is a tax,
then all Persons, and
all Corporations who
the U.S. Supreme
Court wrongfully
declared persons,
should be taxed
the same percent
across the board. So,
if the tax is 1%, and if
you earn 1 billion
dollars a year, you
pay 1% of that for
government funded
health care clinics
and hosptials. The
government should
create health care
clinics and hospitals with
no insurance at all,
because if Obamacare
is a tax, then forcing
people to pay private
insurance companies
for insurance, which is not
health care, is double
taxation and therefore
illegal. All government
funded health care
clinics should be free
to the public just like
education grades K to
12. No insurance, no
middle men, no fees,
no payments for office
visits. Just decide
what percent tax
across the board
will pay for it.

U.S. Constitution,
Article 1, Section 8,
clause 1,
The Congress
shall have the power
to lay and collect taxes
and provide for the
general welfare
of the United States.
It does not say that
Congress has the right
to tax you twice
for the same thing.
Amendment 16,
the Congress shall
have power to lay
and collect taxes
on incomes,
from whatever source
derived. It does not
state that Congress
can collect a tax
twice for the
same thing.
So, Congress
should pick a number,
a percent of all
incomes of all
persons and
corporations,
and make it just
the right amount
to cover the costs of
free health clinics
and free hospitals
for all U.S. Citizens.
Then, people should
also have the legal
right to buy health
insurance from any
health insurance
company anywhere in
the United States,
to provide themselves
with whatever is
not covered in the
free clinics and
free hospitals.
By free,
I mean that
U.S. Citizens
pay nothing more than a
percent of their
annual income for
tax, and all persons
and corporations
should pay exactly
the same percent.

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JUSTICE?

ERICSON SPEAKS OUT AGAINST
THE CURRENT PRISON SYSTEM

There's no reason to put people in
prison unless they have
actually committed a violent act
where blood spilled or
someone died. Other than that,
they should simply be
fined and their wages garnished, and do community service, even if
it means working part time
for their entire life for
their city, county or state,
to pay for court costs
and to pay victims for damages.
There is no reason to
put non-violent people into cages
and treat them worse
than animals in the zoo. The zoo
animals in the National
Zoo in Washington, D.C. , St. Louis
Zoo and the
San Diego Zoo have swimming
pools and the bears get
fresh steak for dinner.

fresh steak for dinner. When we
treat people worse than
animals, that makes us
sub-human. Government frightens
people into thinking prisons are
necessary because
elected officials get campaign
donations from private for
profit prisons. Prosecutors
terrorize innocent people into
accepting plea bargains by
threatening them with false
evidence that hasn't been
admitted, defendants own
attorneys make hidden deals
with prosecutors, and
innocent people are kept in
prison, because if they are
released, they can sue for
false arrest.

Every prosecutor who has
more than a 75%
conviction rate should be
investigated for possible
prosecutorial
fraud because the odds are
against finding that many
people
guilty without false evidence
and jury rigging. The death
penalty should be repealed
because it is sub-human,
disgusting and repulsive to
the majority of Americans, and
it raises the costs of the
judicial system with endless
appeals. Plea bargains should
be ended entirely because
too many people are threatened
into pleading guilty to
something they didn't do.
When a jury gives 11 votes for
innocent and only 1 vote
for guilty, that should not be
declared a mistrial, the person
should be released.
We are in a new era in the
United States where killing people
by drone strikes overseas
is common place and throwing
non-violent people in prison
at home exceeds common sense.
Prisons are the new modern
slavery. Inmates are required
to do labor in many prisons for
pennies on the dollar profited
by the prison administration.
We need to weed out sadistic
laws, judges, prosecutors, police,
prison wardens and prison guards
and end tyranny.
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Aug. 19th, 2014

ERICSON SPEAKS OUT ON BANKING

Under the Dodd-Frank Act, regulatory reform rules are written
by various federal agencies. That means that un-elected
agency officials are writing rules and regulations that can
end you up in court, at risk of losing your money and
property. This is un-Constitutional for any un-elected official
to write enforceable rules and regulations that
impact your life. We know that elected officials are bent
and infected with political campaign contributions from
political action committees, and wined and dined by Lobbyists.
But we don't know who may be passing big bags of bucks and
wining and dining un-elected officials who are writing
the rules and regulations. There is no accountability for
their behaviour, and no transparency for who is inciting them
to write rules and regulations in favor of multi-national
mega-corporations. Foreigners can not legally contribute to
campaign funds of American candidates, but Foreigners may be
making secret pay-offs to un-elected administrators of
agencies who make rules and regulations that could end
you up in court, losing your money and property.

United States Constitution, Article IV, Section 4, The United
States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a
Republican form of Government. U.S. Constitution, Article 1,
Section 8, clause 18 the Powers of Congress are to make all
Laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying
into execution the foregoing powers, and all other powers
vested by this Constitution in the Government of the
United States, or in any Department or Officer thereof.
So, under the U.S. Constitution, only elected members of
U.S. Congress can make federal laws, NOT un-elected
agency administrators. Laws include all codes, statutes,
rules and regulations. Every member of the U.S. Congress
and President Obama should be impeached for violating their
Oath of Office and allowing government to grow like cancer with
un-elected officials making rules and regulations. That's Tyranny.

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ERICSON'S PRIORITY

Almost everything we do is
governed by a complex
spider web of state and
federal laws, controlling the
air we breathe, the water
we drink, the food we eat,
the words we can't speak,
what we can see on the internet,
and everything else,
practically smothering us alive.

I want you to vote for me,
Cris Ericson, because I
want to fight for your right
to be free.  I want you
to be able to grow marijuana
in your own home garden
if you want to, outdoors
under the sun.  I want you to
be free from unfair taxation. 
I want you to be free from
pollution and unlabelled GMO foods.
  The list goes on and on of
obstacles to your happiness
when government grows like
cancer and gets in the way
of your right to live
the way you want to.

The biggest problem in state
and federal government is
that elected officials are not
reading the bills they vote on,
dumping pages and pages
of new rules and regulations
on you, without them even
reading it before they vote.
  That has to stop.

A  major party leader tells 
elected  major party politicians
  how to vote,  and like dumb 
sheep following a fox
in disguise,  they go along
with it. The lobbyists tell
the party leaders what to do,
while they're wining and
dining them, and teaching them
to write fill - in - the blank
laws that say that some
un-elected agency person can
write the rules and regulations
for the law.
That's dangerous because
there is no transparency for
un-elected agency officials
who may be wined and dined
and handed special treats
by lobbyists who don't
report their special
contributions to mere agency
officials.  

 We have to stop government growing
like cancer.  We have to stop
allowing un-elected agency officials
to write rules and regulations
that can deprive you of money,
liberty and property.

Vote for me, Cris Ericson,
and I will fight for your
rights to a Constitutional
government wherein only
elected officials can write
laws, codes, statutes,
rules and regulations
that can result in you
being forced to lose
your home, or your property,
or your liberty.

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WHY IS ERICSON RUNNING?

The reason I'm running as a
political candidate 2014
for office is, I'm not
satisfied with the
direction of our government.
I spent ten years in litigation
and I believe
our system is not working
for the average person vs.
the big corporations. 
In 1990, my husband and I
were exposed to
chemicals at work,
same employer,
different job locations. 
We were in California
where I met him after
being a student at Goddard
College in Plainfield, Vermont,
and then graduating from UMass/Amherst
where I received a B.A. degree. 
In California, after being
injured at work, the employer
sent me to St. Joseph's Hospital
in Burbank, California
because they
caused the injuries. 
Then they fired me for being
injured, so I filed for
unemployment/ wrongful termination
in North Hollywood, CA. The
unemployment judge sent me to
the Workers Comp. court in Van
Nuys, California.
The movie industry employers claimed the
chemicals I was exposed to at work
in 1990 filming "Point Break"
were harmless.  By this time I had
been thru 4 attorneys who refused
to find out what the chemicals were,
so I decided to represent myself,
and I took a course in workers' rights
and industrial relations at UCLA.
I proceeded to Santa Monica Superior
Court where judges instructed me to
add defendants because other contractors
were on the job site.   
I took a home correspondence paralegal
course.  My husband died of cancer,
and I moved back to Vermont.
  Mysteriously, the IRS had no
record of our employment in 1990
and Social Security denied me the death
benefit, but the lawsuit continued in
federal court in New York with
new lawyers for the employer
claiming the chemicals were
trade secrets. 
I filed a complaint against California
state OSHA and Federal OSHA
provided the MSDS material safety
data hazard sheets in 1997, 2 years
after my husband's death and 7 years
after exposure.  The chemicals proved
to be 3 federally regulated toxic
hazardous substances, including one,
LEAD AZIDE, which can DEMYLINATION OF
THE LONG HAIRED NERVE FIBERS OF THE
BRAIN and it can cause cancer
in a 2 hour industrial exposure. 
The other chemicals were LEAD STYPHNATE
AND PETN PLASTIC HIGH EXPLOSIVES
which for years, the casting company -
employer of record, had claimed
were harmless "special effects".
The New York federal judge
issued a published opinion referring
to them as "chemical weapons", but
mysteriously, he dismissed my case.
 So, I'm running for political office
as a candidate on the official
election ballot Nov. 4, 2014
for Governor and also for
U.S. Representative to Congress
because I'm not satsified
with government. 
Vote for me and I'll
work to make it better.

2014 Vote Cris Ericson
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Chester, VT 05143-9375
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2014 POLITICAL PLATFORM

2014 POLITICAL
PLATFORM
Ms. Cris Ericson is a
perennial political
candidate on the
official election
ballot for the
Nov. 4, 2014
General Election in Vermont
for Governor and for
U.S. Congress
House of Representatives.
CONTRIBUTE TO CRIS ERICSON

Cris Ericson has a Bachelor
of Arts Degree from
University of Massachusetts,
and also a Paralegal
Diploma from PCDI, and
also a few Law credits
from UCLA. Cris Ericson
will appear on CCTV in
Burlington on August 13,
2014 and August 15, 2014.
CCTV

She lives with her little
dog named "Z" in Chester,
VT 05143, in Windsor County
which is losing many
businesses, and has been
ignored by the Governor
and U.S. Congressional
Officers of Vermont.
BOWLING ALLEY SPRINGFIELD VT
In Chittenden County,
U.S. Senators Patrick Leahy
and Bernie Sanders, and
Governor Peter Shumlin and
U.S. Congressman Peter
Welch are all destroying
the environment of
northwestern Vermont by
tearing down homes to make
way for F-35 strike fighter
jets which are being
designed to be dual capable
to carry nuclear bombs.
Israel is scheduled to get
them in 2016; and Israel
is currently bombing
Palestine. When Israel gets
the F-35 jets with nuclear
bombs, then we can expect
them to destroy the entire
Mediterranean Sea, and all
the fish, if we don't stop
this outrageous nuclear
proliferation now!

Cris Ericson is deeply
concerned about State and
Federal political issues,
and repealing bad laws, and
re-organizing government to
stop over-lapping agencies;
and to put all 16 national
security spy agencies under
the control of the United
States Military, where they
should be. Stop government
spy agencies from spying on
you!
STOP GOVT SPYING CRIS ERICSON

Cris Ericson is a real
woman, with the natural
instincts of a real woman.
She wants to go to the
United States Congress and
march up and down the halls
with her genuine Vermont
broom and clean House!
WOMAN TO US CONGRESS CRIS ERICSON

Cris Ericson's 2014
political platform
slogan is "Repeal, Repeal,
Repeal, until our Nation is
healed."
BUTTERFLY CRIS ERICSON

We have a sewage pit of
swirling overlapping
State and Federal laws,
restricting job growth,
punishing business success
and farm viability; and
penalizing people twice,
once under state law and
then again under federal
laws.
PUT HORSE SENSE IN GOVT CRIS ERICSON

Cris Ericson has ten years
of litigation experience in
State and Federal in
California, New York and
Washington, D.C. Courts,
resulting in one Published
Federal Court Opinion.

(1) Stop the F-35 Fighter
Jets from being based in
the most populated area of
Vermont, adjacent to the
Burlington International
Airport because they are
being designed to be dual
capable to carry nuclear
bombs.
F35 JETS CRIS ERICSON

The nuclear bombs will be
stored adjacent to the
Burlington International
Airport. This is an
environmental disaster
waiting to happen.

(2) When taxpayer dollars
pay for medical research,
or research for F-35
fighter jets, or anything
else, then the taxpayers
should own the Patents for
the product copyrights and
patents they paid to invent.
MEDICAL RESEARCH CRIS ERICSON

For example, if you worked at
IBM and invented something,
they would say that is
'work made for hire' because
they paid you to invent it.
IBM owns the patent.

Therefore, for all
prescription drugs and medical
devices, and military weapons
such as F-35 fighter jets
being sold to Israel and other
countries, for which the
research was paid for by the
taxpayers, the taxpayers
should own the Patents and
Copyrights, and at least 50%
of the profits when these
prescriptions, medical devices
and military weapons are sold
for profit by huge
mega-corporation pharmaceutical
companies and defense
contractors like Lockheed Martin.
The taxpayers share should go
into the Social Security fund
which is being raped by
borrowing to other programs.

(3) One-third of Vermonters,
at least 200,000 people,
are drawing their drinking
water from Lake Champlain,
an international body of water
bordered by Vermont, New York
and Canada. Motorboats should be
out-lawed on Lake Champlain
because they drip oil and gas
which contain lead, drop by drop,
which harms their health.
BAN MOTORBOATS CRIS ERICSON

Because 1/3 of Vermonters drink
Lake Champlain water, we have to
stop dumping treated sewage into
it.
TREATED SEWAGE CRIS ERICSON

There are dozens and dozens of
sewage treatment plants all
along Lake Champlain in Vermont,
New York and Canada.

The treated sewage should be
piped overland and re-routed
south into the Atlantic Ocean.

We must stop the plan for a
natural gas pipeline to run
underneath Lake Champlain
because many news reports in
other states prove gas pipelines
leak.

We can not allow Vermonters
health to be poisoned by lack of
attention to keeping our Vermont
streams, lakes and pond and
ground water pure.
PURE WATER CRIS ERICSON

It is a grand-fathered in fact
of life that in the entire
history of Vermont, Vermonters
have been drawing their drinking
water from Lake Champlain, long
before motor boats, sewage
treatment plants, and natural
gas pipelines were ever invented.

We must take back Vermont!
FARM CRIS ERICSON

(4) Senior Citizen and disabled
persons Social Security benefits
are not keeping up with
inflation and property tax
increases.
SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS CRIS ERICSON

Also, Congressman Peter Welch
voted to decrease food stamps
by 1 percent starting this
coming winter, which means that
out of 365 days a year,
1 percent, or 3.65 days of the
coming year, Vermonters will
go hungry, and some of them
are so fragile they may die.

(5) We need to keep our taxpayer
dollars in Vermont, so Vermont
schools should only feed children
foods grown and raised in VT.
FOOD FARM TO SCHOOLS CRIS ERICSON

(6) We can help stop urban
sprawl in Burlington,
Montpelier and Rutland by
building State run parking
garages with restrooms inside
the cities.
CITY PARKING GARAGES CRIS ERICSON
This will help promote tourism.

(7) We want international
tourists, but only if they
have entered our country legally.

If we don't have borders, we
don't have a country.
ILLEGAL ALIENS CRIS ERICSON

We also don't have a country
when our President, past or
current, has signed
international treaties that
allow any foreign court or any
foreign group, such as the
United Nations or NATO (North
Atlantic Treaty Organization),
to tell us what we have to do
in our own country. We have to
repeal all treaties that violate
our own U.S. Constitution.

Take Back America!
RESTORE US CONSTITUTION CRIS ERICSON

(8) We must repeal all State
and Federal Laws, Codes,
Statutes, Rules and Regulations
that violate the Vermont State
Constitution or the
United States Constitution.
This means that every Law that
violates your rights to privacy
and your freedom of speech, etc.,
must be repealed.

Also, every rule or regulation
put into effect by a mere
administrative official
which can take away your
personal liberty or property
rights, or right to privacy,
is a violation of the
U.S. Constitution because only
Laws, Codes and Statutes
voted upon by Elected Officials
are legal; everything else is
usurped authority by un-elected
administrators.

Only elected officials who
are voted into office can
make Laws; otherwise those
rules and regulations made
by un-elected officials are
un-Constitutional!

Government grows like cancer
every time an un-elected official
makes rules and regulations.

(9) Keep your guns, the big city
gang members have them and they
don't bother to register them.
KEEP YOUR GUNS CRIS ERICSON
We are under seige. Millions of illegal aliens are taking our
country. You would be surprised
how well many of the gangs in
big cities are armed, and how
many are undocumented aliens
from foreign countries.
Get a gun and learn to use it.
It's your right as an American.

(10) Vermonters who are so low
income they qualify for
"lifeline" telephone, can
not afford broadband or WIFI
internet. If they receive
certain benefits they can only
own a cheap used car under a
certain dollar value, which
means they have unreliable
transportation that breaks down,
and costs more in repairs.

Also, many Vermonters live
up hills and mountains
on dirt roads which need repair
in order for the Vermont economy
to be improved.
ROAD REPAIRS CRIS ERICSON

Poor people find it hard if not
impossible to get a credit card
to buy on payments, even at
Walmart. The State of Vermont
should set up a credit card
system for the lowest income
Vermonters who are subsisting
below poverty level on benefits
so they can get on the internet
and get to work.

(11) We must repeal Federal
Bankruptcy Laws that give unfair
advantage to Corporations over
real people.
BANKRUPTCY CRIS ERICSON
Corporations should not be
allowed to expunge (dismiss
their debts) to large numbers
of creditors who are real people
and small businesses, then go
back into business debt free.

(12) We should give equal
federal funding for adoption
clinics, and require that they
be in the same office as
federally funded abortion
clinics: one waiting room,
two clear choices.

Abortion clinics should be
prohibited from giving women
tranquilizers so they don't
change their mind and run out
before the doctor starts
terminating their baby's life.
Your car sales dealer doesn't
give you a tranquilzer to stop
you from changing your mind and
running out of the car
dealership.

(13) Make marijuana legal under
State and Federal Laws.
MAKE MARIJUANA LEGAL CRIS ERICSON
Stop being hypocrites, a lot
of other things are more
dangerous, such as skiing into
trees rather than staying on the
mountain ski slope trail.

(14) We need to start
Impeachment proceedings against
President Barack Obama.
He appointed U.S. Attorney
General Eric Holder,
so he won't expose any
wrongdoing by the President's
willful violations of the
United States Constitution.

The United States Congress
should also impeach Justices
of the Supreme Court of the
United States who ruled in
an Opinion that Corporations
are "persons".

STOP CORPORATE PERSON CRIS ERICSON

(15) We need to fight for our
right to know what we are
putting in our bodies.
We are what we eat.
NO GMO FOODS CRIS ERICSON
Genetically modified or
genetically engineered foods
have unknown hazards.
These food industry trade
secrets must be broken wide open.

We want to keep our streams
clean and fish healthy.
The Ethan Allen National Guard
U.S. Army Firing Range on
Bolton Mountain may, by
blasting, be depositing
exothermic decomposition
products of explosives
containing lead dust
into Mill Brook which runs
into the Winooski River and out
to Lake Champlain.
CLEAN WATER FISH CRIS ERICSON

(17) Education should require
math, English skills and
science to be tested at each
grade level, and no student
should be allowed to pass to
the next higher grade without
passing the basics. We must
stop fraud in education.
Our very existence as a nation
depends on real education, not
fake diplomas.
EDUCATION CRIS ERICSON
Art is a sub-set of science
(yellow and red make orange) ,
and music is a sub-set of math
(most popular songs are based on
the 1-4-5 chord progression).

(18) The State of Vermont has
millions of acres of forest land
under its control. Some of this
should be leased on long term
family leases to subsistence
farmers to take the trees and
make cabins, barns and fencing,
and grow crops and raise cows,
free range chickens and goats.

Vermont should start a
subsistence farm program to give
whole families a chance to stay
in VT, young and old family
members together, who might
leave because they can't afford
to farm otherwise; or stay
together.
SMALL FARMS CRIS ERICSON

The landscape would then be a
patchwork quilt of beautiful
small farms, as it should be;
and as it was years ago.

(19) Cris Ericson was a
Massachusetts State Licensed
Life and Health Insurance Agent
for New York Life Insurance Co.
after graduating from
UMass/Amherst.

We need to ask the registered
voters how much percent of their
paycheck they are willing to pay
for a tax for government
mandated health care, and tax
everyone the same percent
across the board; and use this
money to create "free clinics"
and "free" emergency rooms.

Then, just like public education,
if you are not satisfied, you
should be able to also buy
private health insurance from
any health insurance company
anywhere in the United States.

There should be no restrictions
or limitations on which company
you chose to buy insurance from,
because that creates monopolies
which violate free trade within
the United States of America.

Please support 2014 political
candidate Cris Ericson.
Please send campaign donation
checks to:
Cris Ericson Campaign
(for Governor or for
U.S. Congress)
879 Church Street Chester,
Vermont 05143-9375 U.S.A.
Please supply your contact
information as required under
Federal Law.
CONTRIBUTE TO CRIS ERICSON

2014 Vote Cris Ericson
http://crisericson.com
Cris Ericson Campaign
879 Church Street
Chester, VT 05143-9375
802-875-4038
crisericson@yahoo.com

Cris Ericson is on the Ballot in VT

Cris Ericson is on the Nov. 4, 2014
official general election election ballot in Vermont
for U.S. Congress House of Representatives,
and for Governor of VT; two offices.

https://www.sec.state.vt.us/media/513647/2014-Minor-and-Independent-Candidates.pdf

Cris Ericson for U.S. Representative
to Congress, Independent
Cris Ericson for Governor of Vermont,
Independent
http://crisericson.com
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EB-5.Biz CRIS ERICSON SEEKS FOREIGN INVESTORS TO START NEW BUSINESS IN VERMONT, USA

http://eb-5.biz

Cris Ericson, Seeks Investors to build a
New Digital Film Studio in Vermont

CRIS ERICSON
http://eb-5.biz/
SEEKS EB-5 FOREIGN INVESTORS
TO BUILD A NEW MODERN DIGITIAL MAJOR MOTION PICTURE
MOVIE and SOUND STUDIO IN VERMONT, U.S.A.
and to make a movie written by Cris Ericson
about the 8th newest theory of the where-abouts of
the Arc of the Covenant.

If you are interested, after your attorney has studied
the Federal Government Immigration Through
Investments website, please send Cris Ericson a letter,
certified return receipt:
Cris Ericson
879 Church Street
Chester, Vermont 05143-9375 U.S.A.
(802)875-4038

http://www.uscis.gov/
IMMIGRATION THROUGH INVESTMENTS

Employment-Based Immigration:
Fifth Preference EB-5

EB-5 Immigrant Investor
Visa Description
The fifth employment based visa preference category,
created by Congress in 1990, is available to immigrants
seeking to enter the United States in order to
invest in a new commercial enterprise that will benefit
the US economy and create at least 10 full-time jobs.

There are two ways to invest which you may use within
the EB-5 category and they are: creating a new commercial
enterprise or investing in a troubled business.

Get more information at
http://www.uscis.gov/
IMMIGRATION THROUGH INVESTMENTS, EB-5

http://eb-5.biz Cris Ericson seeks
EB-5 Investors to start a movie studio in Vermont.