530 Wright Road Powder Springs, GA 30127 770.943.2025
November 11, 2011
The Honorable Brian P. Kemp Secretary of State 214 State Capitol Atlanta, Georgia 30334
Re: Complaint, challenging the appearanc appearance e of the name Barack O Obama bama on the March 6 Democratic Presidential Preference Primary Ballot
Dear Secretary of State Kemp, I am a registered voter and elector at the above address in Cobb County, GA. Pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 21-2-5, I hereby challenge the Constitutional eligibility of Barack Obama to appear on the March 6 Democratic Presidential Preference Primary Ballot and/or on the November 6, 2012 general election ballot for President of The United
This challenge is proper and ripe under O.C.G.A. § 21-2-5, as Barack Obama is a candidate for federal office who has been certified by the Executive Committee of the Democratic Party of Georgia in their letter of November 1, 2011, and as the deadline for notifying the Secretary of State of candidacy for the Presidential Primary is October 31, 2011, as set in O.C.G.A. § 21-2-193. On information infor mation an and d belief, and in suppor supportt of tthis his challeng challenge e to M Mr. r. Obama Obama s eligibility, I respectfully show as follows:
The official state certified birth certificate proffered by Barack Obama contains a factual inconsistency and other anomalies that calls into question the veracity of the rest of the information contained within said
Barack Obama has not adequately proven that he was born a natural born citizen of the United States.
Barack O bama s alleged alleged father, father, Barack O bama, Sr., was never a citizen citizen of the United States and, at the time of his son s birth, was not a permanent resident of the United United States. C onsequently, Barack O bama w as born to only one parent who was a U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident. resident.
By h is own admission, and under the British British N ationa ationalit lityy Act of 1948, Barack O bama was born a citizen citizen of the United United Kingdom and C olonie olonies, s, and from 1963 until at least least 1984 was also a citizen of the R epublic of Kenya.
Due to his dual citizenship citizenship with the United Kingdom and with K enya, Barack O bama w as born with dual allegiances allegiances to foreign foreign nations other than the United States of America.
Such additional evidence evidence as m ay be shown at the hearing of this case.
It therefore therefore appears that Barack O bama does not m eet the C onstituti onstitutional onal requirements requirements for seeking and holding the office of President of the United States because: (a)
O bam a isStates not a natural born citizen, as required by Article II , Section 1 of r.the U nited C onstituti onstitution. on.citizen,
Accordingly, Accordingl y, I hereby challenge Mr. O bama s qualificat qualifications ions to seek and hold the office of President of the United States on these grounds. I respectfully request that you notifyy M r. O bama of this challenge and that you request a hearing notif hearing before a judge of the O ffi ffice ce of S tate Administrative Administrative Hearings. Respe ully,
David P. Welden riginal: O vernight delivery, delivery, N ovember 14, 2011 1 . O riginal: 2. 1st copy emailed, (jmonk), N ov. 11, 2011 3. 2nd copy faxed, (404) 656-0513, N ov. 14, 2011 cc:
am O lens, Attorney Attorney General, via via email