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Date: November 23, 2011
The office of the Secretary of State of Georgia has accepted a filed complaint challenging the placement of Barack Obama's name on the state's primary ballot of March 6, 2011, as the Democratic Party of Georgia's presidential nominee. Secretary of State, Brian P. Kemp assigned the case to the Administrative Court for a hearing in December.
David Farrar, a resident of Cedartown, Georgia, has challenged the accuracy of Obama's two birth certificates, as well as his Article ll "natural born" Citizenship status.
Pre-hearing pleadings are due into the office of Administrative Court Judge, Michael M. Malihi, no later than Dec. 1, 2011.
Dr. Orly Taitz Esq. has signed onto the case as lead counsel.
Contact David Farrar, Cedartown, Georgia