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STATE OF NEW YORK SUPREME COURT - ALBANY COUNTY ___________________________________________ ROBERT L. SCHULZ, HENRY L.

HAMILTON, AL BELARDINELLI, ANDREA STUKAS, JOHN I. MINERD, RITA EDWARDS, CARL EDWARDS, EVELYN LONGLEY, DENNIS B. SWEENEY, JAMES M. WALKER, ROBIN G. CARR, ROBERT E. RICE, JOHN W. WALLACE, TIMOTHY A. CHICHESTER, ZACHARIAH A. CHICHESTER, EMANUELE MARINARO, PHILIP POLIZOTTO, KENNETH L. HOLMES, JULIANNE M. THOMPSON, JOHN RUS VERIFIED COMPLAINT THOMPSON, CAROL POLINER, JENNA POLINER, ELEANOR CORCORAN, JAMES CORCORAN, INDEX NO. ___________ KENNETH C. SCHOLZ, VICTORIA POCZKALSKI, EDWARD L. MCCARTY, MICHAEL J. BRITT, RICHARD C. BARRETT, SHELBY BARRETT, STEVEN GLICK, CHRISTOPHER J. NICHOLS, LOUINE M. KOLB, JOHN L. SHELTER, JOHN MARTIN, JOHN L. BOSWORTH II, MICHAEL R. BELL, JOHN S. HUMPHREY, JEFFREY L. STEVENS, JOHN C. DEWITT, KAY S. HOFFMAN, BEVERLY J. HURLEY, BART S. BONNER, DEBRA THOMPSON, ESTELLA A. HART, LAURA L. STEVENS, RONALD G.MOORE, DAVID WILLIAM BOWER, STEPHEN KRAEGER, JANE WOODWARD, SUSAN J. ENGLERT, JAMES P. DELANEY, EDWARD A. GARTZ, RALPH ERIC SCHNACKENBERG, JULIA S. GAMBINO, ANDREAS MILONIS, MARK AXINN, DONALD G. HOBEL, EDWARD D. PETTITT, JANET MARTIN, MYRON D. ANNIS, MARTHA A. FRANCIS, RITA D. LARSON, THOMAS J. LARSON, ROBERT ELLISON, JOANNE WILDER, MARY ANN BUERMAN, TANYA PARROW, GEORGE G. RADFORD, PATRICIA M. RADFORD, ANTOINETTE M. BLACK, HARVEY E. DAVIES, JAMES M. DOOHER, KEVIN T. COTE, ROBERT SPENCER, MYRNA A. THAYNE, PRISCILLA TAMARO, GEORGE TAMARO, DAVE CRAWMER, EDWARD M. STEHLIN, MARY ANN PENNELL, NANCY W. FOSTER, DALTON P. FOSTER, DONALD R.WHITE, CHAD H. CURRIN, WILBUR W. CARD, VANESSA PARSONS, HARVEY KASH, GARY L. PERRY,
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DENVER L. JONES, KATHLEEN C. ELLIOTT, VIVIAN Y. WADLIN, JUDITH M. WHITMORE, JOHN SALVADOR, JR., ANTHONY FUTIA, JR., and CHRISTOPHER J. ENGLERT - Plaintiffs-Petitioners -against ANDREW M. CUOMO and all others similarly situated; DEAN G. SKELOS and all others similarly situated; JONATHAN LIPPMAN and all others similarly situated; MICHAEL R. BLOOMBERG and all others similarly situated; DANNY DONAHUE and all others similarly situated; JOHN L. STIPO and all others similarly situated; ED COX and all others similarly situated; STEPHANIE MINER and all others similarly situated. - Defendants-Respondents __________________________________________ PLAINTIFFS-PETITIONERS, each and every one listed in the caption above allege: 1. 2. This is an action for declaratory and injunctive relief pursuant to CPLR 3001. The relief requested herein is a judgment and order: a) declaring it to be a conflict of interest for defendants to be delegates at any New York State Constitutional Convention, and b) permanently enjoining defendants and all similarly situated from becoming delegates at any future New York State Convention, and c) for such other and further relief as to the court may seem just and proper. JURISDICTION 3. Section 3001 of the CPLR provides that a court "may render a declaratory judgment" to resolve "the rights and other legal relations of the parties to a justiciable controversy."
The supreme court may render a declaratory judgment having the effect of a final judgment as to the rights and other legal relations of the parties to a justiciable controversy whether or not

further relief is or could be claimed. If the court declines to render such a judgment it shall state its grounds. CIVIL PRACTICE LAW AND RULES, SECTION 3001.

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The statute is broad in scope. James v. Alderton Dock Yards, Ltd., 256 N.Y. 298, 305 (1931). There is no inherent limitation on the type of declaratory relief available under the Declaratory Judgment Act, CPLR 3001. Maguire v. Monaghan, 206 Misc. 550, 555, (Sup. Ct. N.Y. County 1954), afl'd mem., 285 App. Div. 926 (1st Dep't 1955);

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Plaintiffs have an individual, implied constitutional Right, a legally protected interest, to a pathway to constitutional change that is not controlled by those who directly or indirectly wield governmental power over them, i.e., their governmental Agents.

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Plaintiffs have a substantial interest in the determination of this controversy. This Right is in danger of infringement by the defendants. This controversy is definite, substantial, and ripe for final determination. The parties have adverse interests that collided in 1967, the last time the People voted for a Constitutional Convention, and resulted in harm, and threaten to do so again as early as 2014.

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However, neither an actual infringement of rights nor alternate coercive relief are necessary in a declaratory judgment action. See, e.g., Town of Ramapo v. Village of Spring Valley, 40 Misc. 2d 589, 591 (Sup. Ct. Rockland County 1962) (declaratory relief available to test validity of contract although it had not been breached), appeal dismissed, 13 N.Y.2d 918, (1963).

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A declaration of the Rights of the People and the Obligations of the Government under Article XIX Section 2 of the New York Constitution in this case will serve a necessary and useful purpose. Davis Constr. Corp. v. County of Suffolk, 112 Misc. 2d 652, 656, (Sup. Ct. Suffolk County 1982), aff'd mem., 95 App. Div. 2d 819 (2d Dep't 1983).

PARTIES

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ROBERT L. SCHULZ is a citizen of New York State, residing in Washington County. HENRY HAMILTON is a citizen of New York State, residing in Albany County. AL BELARDINELLI is a citizen of New York State, residing in Broome County. ANDREA STUKAS is a citizen of New York State, residing in Broome County. JOHN I. MINERD is a citizen of New York State, residing in Cattaraugus County. RITA EDWARDS is a citizen of New York State, residing in Cattaraugus County. CARL EDWARDS is a citizen of New York State, residing in Cattaraugus County. EVELYN L. LONGLEY is a citizen of New York State, residing in Cayuga County. DENNIS B. SWEENEY is a citizen of New York State, residing in Chautauqua County. JAMES M. WALKER is a citizen of New York State, residing in Chautauqua County. ROBIN G. CARR is a citizen of New York State, residing in Chautauqua County. ROBERT E. RICE is a citizen of New York State, residing in Chemung County. JOHN W. WALLACE is a citizen of New York State, residing in Columbia County. TIMOTHY A. CHICESTER is a citizen of New York State, residing in Columbia County. ZACHARIAH A. CHICESTER is a citizen of New York State, residing in Columbia County.

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EMANUELE MARINARO is a citizen of New York State, residing in Dutchess County. PHILLIP POLIZOTTO is a citizen of New York State, residing in Dutchess County. KENNETH L. HOLMES is a citizen of New York State, residing in Erie County. JULIANNE M. THOMPSON is a citizen of New York State, residing in Erie County.
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31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53.

JOHN RUS THOMPSON is a citizen of New York State, residing in Erie County. CAROL POLINER is a citizen of New York State, residing in Erie County. JENNA M. POLINER is a citizen of New York State, residing in Erie County. ELEANOR CORCORAN is a citizen of New York State, residing in Erie County. JAMES CORCORAN is a citizen of New York State, residing in Erie County. KENNETH C. SCHOLZ is a citizen of New York State, residing in Erie County. VICTORIA POCZKALSKI is a citizen of New York State, residing in Erie County. EDWARD L. MCCARTY is a citizen of New York State, residing in Erie County. MICHAEL J. BRITT is a citizen of New York State, residing in Erie County. RICHARD C. BARRETT is a citizen of New York State, residing in Herkimer County. SHELBY BARRETT is a citizen in New York State, residing in Herkimer County. STEVEN GLICK is a citizen of New York State, residing in Jefferson County. CHRISTOPHER J. NICHOLS is a citizen of New York State, residing in Jefferson County. LOUINE M. KOLB is a citizen of New York State, residing in Jefferson County. JOHN L. SHELTER is a citizen of New York State, residing in Jefferson County. JOHN MARTIN is a citizen of New York State, residing in Jefferson County. JOHN L. BOSWORTH III is a citizen of New York State, residing in Jefferson County. MICHAEL A. BELL is a citizen of New York State, residing in Jefferson County. JOHN S. HUMPHREY is a citizen of New York State, residing in Jefferson County. JEFFREY L. STEVENS is a citizen of New York State, residing in Jefferson County. JOHN C. DEWITT is a citizen of New York State, residing in Jefferson County. KAY S. HOFFMAN is a citizen of New York State, residing in Jefferson County. BEVERLY J. HURLEY is a citizen of New York State, residing in Jefferson County.
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54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65.

BART S. BONNER is a citizen of New York State, residing in Jefferson County. DEBRA THOMPSON is a citizen of New York State, residing in Jefferson County. ESTELLA A HART is a citizen of New York State, residing in Jefferson County. LAURA L. STEVENS is a citizen of New York State, residing in Jefferson County. RONALD G. MOORE is a citizen of New York State, residing in Kings County. DAVID WILLIAM BOWER is a citizen of New York State, residing in Lewis County. STEPHEN KRAEGER is a citizen of New York State, residing in Lewis County. JANE WOODWARD is a citizen of New York State, residing in Lewis County. SUSAN ENGLERT is a citizen of New York State, residing in Livingston County. JAMES P. DELANEY is a citizen of New York State, residing in Monroe County. EDWARD A. GARTZ is a citizen of New York State, residing in Monroe County. RALPH ERIK SCHNACKENBERG is a citizen of New York State, residing in Montgomery County.

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JULIA S. GAMBINO is a citizen of New York State, residing in Nassau County. ANDREAS MILONIS is a citizen of New York State, residing in Nassau County. MARK AXINN is a citizen of New York State, residing in New York County. DONALD G. HOBEL is a citizen of New York State, residing in Niagara County. EDWARD D. PETTITT is a citizen of New York State, residing in Niagara County. JANET M. MARTIN is a citizen of New York State, residing in Niagara County. MYRON D. ANNIS is a citizen of New York State, residing in Niagara County. MARTHA A. FRANCIS is a citizen of New York State, residing in Niagara County. RITA D. LARSON is a citizen of New York State, residing in Niagara County. THOMAS J. LARSON is a citizen of New York State, residing in Niagara County.
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ROBERT ELLISON is a citizen of New York State, residing in Oneida County. JOANN WILDER is a citizen of New York State, residing in Onondaga County. MARY ANN BUERMAN is a citizen of New York State, residing in Onondaga County. TANYA PARROW is a citizen of New York State, residing in Onondaga County. GEORGE G. RADFORD is a citizen of New York State, residing in Onondaga County. PATRICIA M. RADFORD is a citizen of New York State, residing in Onondaga County. ANTOINETTE M. BLACK is a citizen of New York State, residing in Onondaga County. HARVEY E. DAVIES is a citizen of New York State, residing in Onondaga County. JAMES D. DOOHER is a citizen of New York State, residing in Onondaga County. KEVIN COTE is a citizen of New York State, residing in Orange County. ROBERT SPENCER is a citizen of New York State, residing in Oswego County. MYRNA A. THAYNE is a citizen of New York State, residing in Otsego County. PRISCILLA TAMARO is a citizen of New York State, residing in Otsego County. GEORGE TAMARO is a citizen of New York State, residing in Otsego County. DAVID CRAWMER is a citizen of New York State, residing in Rensselaer County. EDWARD M. STEHLIN is a citizen of New York State, residing in Richmond County. MARY ANN PENNELL is a citizen of New York State, residing in Rockland County. NANCY W. FOSTER is a citizen of New York State, residing in St. Lawrence County. DALTON P. FOSTER is a citizen of New York State, residing in St. Lawrence County. DONALD WHITE is a citizen of New York State, residing in Saratoga County. CHAD H. CURRIN is a citizen of New York State, residing in Schenectady County. WILBUR W. CARD is a citizen of New York State, residing in Steuben County. VANESSA PARSONS is a citizen of New York State, residing in Suffolk County.
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HARVEY KASH is a citizen of New York State, residing in Suffolk County.

100. GARY L. PERRY is a citizen of New York State, residing in Tioga County. 101. DENVER L. JONES is a citizen of New York State, residing in Tioga County. 102. KATHLEEN C. ELLIOTT is a citizen of New York State, residing in Tompkins County. 103. VIVIAN Y. WADLIN is a citizen of New York State, residing in Ulster County. 104. JUDITH M. WHITMORE is a citizen of New York State, residing in Warren County. 105. JOHN L. SALVADOR is a citizen of New York State, residing in Warren County. 106. ANTHONY FUTIA, JR is a citizen of New York State, residing in Westchester County. 107. CHRISTOPHER J. ENGLERT is a citizen of New York State, residing in Wyoming County. 108. Under New Yorks Constitutional Republic, and for purposes of this Declaratory Judgment Action, the Parties listed in paragraphs 12 - 108 above are the PRINCIPAL. 109. ANDREW M. CUOMO, and all those similarly situated, are directly or indirectly employed by the Executive Branch of the State of New York, and are thereby governed in that capacity by the restrictions, prohibitions, mandates of and principles underlying the New York State Constitution and its implementing statutes.1 110. DEAN G. SKELOS, and all those similarly situated, are directly or indirectly employed by the Legislative Branch of the State of New York, and are thereby governed in that capacity by the restrictions, prohibitions, mandates of and principles underlying the New York State Constitution and its implementing statutes.2

1 ANDREW M. CUOMO is the Governor of New York State, with principal offices located at New York State Capitol Building, Albany, NY 12224. 2 DEAN G. SKELOS is the Senate Majority Leader, with principal offices located at Legislative Office Building, Room 909, Albany NY 12207.

111. JONATHAN LIPPMAN, and all those similarly situated, are directly or indirectly employed by the Unified Court System of the State of New York, and are thereby governed in that capacity by the restrictions, prohibitions, mandates of and principles underlying the New York State Constitution and its implementing statutes.3 112. MICHAEL R. BLOOMBERG, and all those similarly situated, are directly or indirectly employed by a public corporation of the State of New York that has both the power to contact indebtedness and power to collect rentals, charges, rates or fees, for the services or facilities furnished or supplied by it, and are thereby governed in that capacity by the restrictions, prohibitions, mandates of and principles underlying the New York State Constitution and its implementing statutes.4 113. DANNY DONOHUE, and all those similarly situated, are directly or indirectly employed by a lobbyist organization that is registered with the New York State Joint Commission on Public Ethics and attempts to further its interests by influencing the governmental decisionmaking process in New York State on the state and/or local level, and are thereby governed in that capacity by the restrictions, prohibitions, mandates of and principles underlying the New York State Constitution and its implementing statutes.5 114. JOHN STIPO, and all those similarly situated, receive a taxpayer supported pension from the State of New York and/or one of its public corporations, and are thereby governed in

JONATHAN LIPPMAN is the Chief Judge of the State of New York and the Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals with offices located at 25 Eagle Street, Albany, NY 12207. 4 MICHAEL R. BLOOMBERG is the Mayor of New York City with principal offices located at City Hall, New York, NY 10007. 5 Danny Donahue is the President of the Civil Service Employees Association, Local 1000, with principal offices located at 143 Washington Ave., Albany N.Y., 12210.

that capacity by the restrictions, prohibitions, mandates of and principles underlying the New York State Constitution and its implementing statutes.6 115. ED COX and STEPHANIE MINER, and all those similarly situated, are directly or indirectly employed by a major Political Party, capable of designating and placing candidates on the ballot for election, by the voters of New York State, to public official positions and to political Party positions, and are thereby governed in that capacity by the restrictions, prohibitions, mandates of and principles underlying the New York State Constitution and its implementing statutes.7 116. Under New Yorks Constitutional Republic, and for purposes of this Declaratory Judgment Action, the Parties listed in paragraphs 109 115, and all those similarly situated are the AGENT of the PRINCIPAL. STATEMENT OF FACTS 117. Article XIX of the NY Constitution mandates the following question appear on the statewide ballot on election day in November, 2017, Shall there be a convention to revise the Constitution and amend the same?
At the general election to be held in the year nineteen hundred fifty-seven, and every twentieth year thereafter, and also at such times as the legislature may by law provide, the question Shall there be a convention to revise the constitution and amend the same? shall be submitted to and decided by the electors of the state;... NY CONSTITUTION, ARTICLE XIX, SECTION 2

118. The New York State Constitution thus provides a pathway for the PRINCIPAL, the People of New York State, to begin a process of peaceably putting their inherent, ultimate power

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JOHN L. STIPO is a retired policeman from the Town of North Castle, County of Westchester. ED COX is the Chairman of the Republican Party of New York State, with offices located at 315 State Street, Albany, NY 12210. STEPHANIE MINER is the Co-Chair of the New York State Democratic Committee with principal offices located at 118a Fulton Street, Box #410 New York, NY 10038.

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of self-government into their own hands every twenty years by calling a New York State Constitutional Convention. 119. On information and belief, some legislators have suggested and bills have been introduced to put the question on the ballot before 2017. 120. Should the People vote for a Constitutional Convention, Article XIX provides that three delegates be elected from each State Senatorial District and fifteen delegates be elected at large:
and in case a majority of the electors voting thereon shall decide in favor of a convention for such purpose, the electors of every senate district of the state, as then organized, shall elect three delegates at the next ensuing general election, and the electors of the state voting at the same election shall elect fifteen delegates-at-large. NY CONSTITUTION, ARTICLE XIX, SECTION 2

ARGUMENT 121. In 2017, or before, the free and sovereign People of New York State (the PRINCIPAL), will have the opportunity to call a Constitutional Convention to evaluate the performance of their AGENT, those who directly or indirectly wield governmental power over them, and to restructure and redefine their relationship with the Agent based upon their experience, and to do so by amending and revising the New York Constitution through the Constitutions constitutional convention process. 122. The PRINCIPAL must now prepare for the upcoming ballot question. 123. An immediate issue faces the PRINCIPAL: the all-important, influencing issue of who the delegates to the convention should not be must be settled before the question appears on the ballot.
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124. It would be the ultimate conflict of interest for the AGENT to vote on issues at a constitutional convention that was called by the PRINCIPAL, the purpose of which is to revise and amend the Rule Book that is designed to restrict, prohibit and mandate the activities of the AGENT, that is, the Rule Book that is designed to govern the government. 125. The AGENT is constitutionally restricted from serving as a Delegate at a constitutional convention, not by a plain reading of the Constitution, but by essential principles underlying Americas Charter, the Declaration of Independence, and Her State and Federal Constitutions, including the essential principles of popular sovereignty, self-government and separation of powers. 126. Should the AGENT sit as Delegates at a Constitutional Convention the AGENT would be in control of both pathways to constitutional change provided by the Constitution: the AGENTS pathway and the PRINCIPALS pathway. 127. Besides providing the PRINCIPAL with the opportunity to revise and amend the Constitution by a Peoples Constitutional Convention at least once every twenty years, the Constitution also provides the AGENT with the opportunity to revise and amend the Constitution by placing specific amendments on the ballot at any time.
Any amendment or amendments to this constitution may be proposed in the senate and assembly whereupon such amendment or amendments shall be referred to the attorney-general whose duty it shall be within twenty days thereafter to render an opinion in writing to the senate and assembly as to the effect of such amendment or amendments upon other provisions of the constitution. Upon receiving such opinion, if the amendment or amendments as proposed or as amended shall be agreed to by a majority of the members elected to each of the two houses, such proposed amendment or amendments shall be entered on their journals, and the ayes and noes taken thereon, and referred to the next regular legislative session convening after the succeeding general election of members of the assembly, and shall be published for three months previous to the time of making such choice; and if in such legislative session, such proposed amendment or amendments shall be agreed to by a majority of all the members elected to each house, then it shall be the duty of the legislature to submit each proposed amendment or amendments to the people for approval in such manner and at such times as the legislature

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shall prescribe; and if the people shall approve and ratify such amendment or amendments by a majority of the electors voting thereon, such amendment or amendments shall become a part of the constitution on the first day of January next after such approval. Neither the failure of the attorney-general to render an opinion concerning such a proposed amendment nor his or her failure to do so timely shall affect the validity of such proposed amendment or legislative action thereon. NY CONSTITUTION, ARTICLE XIX, SECTION 1.

128. This action goes to the very heart of the meaning of self-government and the phrase found in the Declaration of Independence, which Declaration was incorporated in its entirety in New Yorks first Constitution (1777), to wit: We hold these truths to be selfevident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness -- That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, that whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new government, laying its powers in such form as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. 129. In October of 1932, former President Calvin Coolidge and Alfred E. Smith (Governor of New York State and nominee for President in 1928) issued a joint statement of concern for America. It said: Unless the people, through a united action, arise and take charge of their government, they will find that their government has taken charge of them. Independence and liberty will be gone and the general public will find itself in a condition of servitude to an aggregation of organized and selfish ambitions. That was true then and it is still true. 130. The constitutional will and intent of the sovereign people of New York State to have the opportunity to take all of their power into their own hands at least once every twenty years, in order to evaluate the performance of their (governmental) Agents and to restructure and
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redefine their relationship with their government based upon that twenty-year experience, and to do so by amending and revising the New York Constitution through the constitutional convention process in accordance with Article XIX of the New York Constitution, and Article IV, Section 4 of the United States Constitution would be violated if delegates to the state constitutional convention were, in fact, representing the sovereign peoples agent, i.e., the government, including defendants and all those similarly situated. CONCLUSION 131. Plaintiffs respectfully request a final judgment and order: a) declaring it to be a conflict of interest for defendants and all those similarly situated to be delegates at a New York State Constitutional Convention, and b) permanently enjoining defendants and all similarly situated from becoming delegates at any future New York State Convention, and c) for such other and further relief as to the Court may seem just and proper. DATED: November 17, 2012

ROBERT L. SCHULZ, pro se 2458 Ridge Road Queensbury, NY 12804 (518) 656 3578 bob@givemeliberty.org HENRY L. HAMILTON, pro se 3108 East Lydius Street P.O. Box 13321 Albany, NY 12212 (518) 357-2018 Hamilton@nycap.rr.com AL BELARDINELLI, pro se 2800 East Main Street Endwell, NY 13760
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(607) 748-2228 albel1@aol.com ANDREA STUKAS, pro se 2800 East Main Street Endwell, NY 13760 (607) 748-2228 JOHN J. MINERD, pro se 12271 Old Oleal Road (716) 560-6867 jminerd@roadrunner.com RITA EDWARDS, pro se 1893 N. Main Street Limestone, NY 14753 (716) 925-7123 k.edwards@hughes.net CARL EDWARDS, pro se 1893 N. Main Street Limestone, NY 14753 (716) 925-7123 Cw.edwards@hughes.net EVELYN L. LONGLEY, pro se 17 Center Street Auburn, NY 13021 (315) 252-1629 debt_buster50@hotmail.com DENNIS B. SWEENEY, pro se 5939 Button Valley Road Panama, NY 14767 (716) 782-4021 dsweeney24@yahoo.com JAMES M. WALKER, pro se 3880 E. Ross Mills Rd Falconer, NY 14733 Twoshoes82@hotmail.com (716) 985-4373 ROBIN G. CARR, pro se
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33 Pullman Street Brocton, NY 14716 (716) 230-4081 robingcarr@gmail.com ROBERT E. RICE, pro se 160 Robinwood Avenue Elmira Heights, NY 14903 (607) 734-8024 rice_484@hotmail.com JOHN W. WALLACE, pro se 143 Longview Drive Chatham, NY 12037 (518) 392-7062 john@teapartyrep.com TIMOTHY A. CHICHESTER, pro se 260 Spencer Road Austerlitz, NY 12017 ZACHARIAH A. CHICHESTER, pro se 260 Spencer Road Austerlitz, NY 12017 EMANUELE MARINARO, pro se 2779 Rt. 52 Hopewell Junction, NY 12533 (845) 227-3717 emar288@yahoo.com PHILIP POLIZOTTO, pro se 96 Gerald Drive Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 (914) 456-7581 ppolizotto@aol.com KENNETH HOLMES, pro se 6447 Armor Road Orchard Park, NY 14127 (716) 662-2476 JULIANNE M. THOMPSON, pro se 2394 Bedell Road Grand Island, NY 14072 (716) 444-8908
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julthompson@roadrunner.com

JOHN RUS THOMPSON, pro se 2394 Bedell Road Grand Island, NY 14072 (716) 563-9901 rusthompson@roadrunner.com CAROL POLINER, pro se 4700 Schurr Road Clarence, NY 14031 (716) 544-4157 polinerc@yahoo.com JENNA M. POLINER, pro se 4700 Schurr Road Clarence, NY 14031 (716) 544-4157 polinerc@yahoo.com ELEANOR CORCORAN, pro se 5141 Willow Brook Rd Clarence, NY 14031 (716) 741-1076 ecorcoran1@roadrunner.com JAMES CORCORAN, pro se 5141 Willow Brook Drive Clearance, NY 14031 (716) 741-1076 ecorcoran1@roadrunner.com KENNETH C. SCHOLZ, pro se 18 Mill Valley Road E. Amherst, NY (716) 688-5682 kenp3w4@msn.com VICTORIA POCZKALSKI, pro se 42 Layer Avenue Buffalo, NY 14207 (716) 874-4654 toripoc@gmail.com
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EDWARD L. MCCARTY, pro se 7246 S. Abbott Road Hamburg, NY 14075 (716) 649-6745 ememccarty@gmail.com MICHAEL J. BRITT, pro se 34 Parkwood Road Amherset, NY 14226 (716) 364-9565 mjbritt@roadrunner.com RICHARD C. BARRETT, pro se 10243 Roberts Road Sanquoit, NY 13456 (315) 737-5644 tyshab@gmail.com SHELBY BARRETT, pro se 10243 Roberts Road Sanquoit, NY 13456 (315) 737-5644 tyshab@gmail.com STEVEN GLICK, pro se 34800 Elm Ridge Road Philadelphia, NY 13673 (315) 767-9414 livefreetoday@gmail.com CHRISTOPHER J. NICHOLS, pro se 18591 County Rt. 66 Watertown, NY 13601 (315) 767-2782 LOUINE M. KOLB, pro se 207 Ambrose Street Sackets Harbor, NY 13685 (315) 646-2369 trvlgalr@twcny.rr.com
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JOHN L. SHETLER, pro se 32161 County Route 28 Philadelphia, NY 13673 (315) 286-2966 johnhorsetrainer@gmail.com JOHN MARTIN, pro se 31813 Town Line Road Philadelphia, NY 13673 (315) 767-3523 johnm@ncsbarns.com JOHN L. BOSWORTH II, pro se 40390 Vrooman Hill Road Theresa, NY 13691 (315) 778-4190 jrgjboz2@earthlink.net MICHAEL R. BELL, pro se 6417 Gosier Road Cape Vincent, NY 13618 (315) 654-3932 JOHN S. HUMPHREY, pro se 29079 NY State Route 12 Watertown, NY 13601 (315) 222-5121 john.humphreyus@live.com JEFFREY L. STEVENS, pro se 16983 CR 76 Adams Center, NY 13606 (315) 767-5653 jeffxr400_@hotmail.com JOHN C. DEWITT, pro se 5571 Co Rt 120 (315) 846-5787 jdewitt042478@yahoo.com KAY S. HOFFMAN, pro se
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1230 Madison Avenue Watertown, NY 13601 (315) 788-4261 kanic21@verizon.net BEVERLY J. HURLEY, pro se 332 Arlington Street, Apt. Down Watertown, NY 13601 (315) 782-0276 BART S. BONNER, pro se 23967 County Route 67 Watertown, NY 13601 (315) 788-8208 bart.bonner@gm44.com DEBRA THOMPSON, pro se 225 Wyoming Avenue Watertown, NY 13601 (315) 782-8956 ESTELLA A. HART, pro se 29122 Perch Lake Road Watertown, NY 13601 (315) 629-2601 estella@hughes.net LAURA L. STEVENS, pro se 16983 County Route 76 Adams Center, NY 13606 (315) 408-6310 laura32_13606@yahoo.com RONALD G. MOORE 303 Columbia Street Apt 5F (646) 250-9271 ron@manhattanlp.org DAVID WILLIAM BOWER, pro se 7512 Railroad Street Lowville, NY 13367-1864 (515) 376-8105 dbower002@twcny.rr.com STEPHEN KRAEGER, pro se 3922 High Street
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Lyons Falls, NY 13368 (315) 348-4296 JANE WOODWARD, pro se 7700 W. State Street Lowville, NY 13367 (315) 376-6988 SUSAN ENGLERT, pro se 6706 Cleary Road Livonia, NY 14487 (585) 346-6066 sjenglert3@aol.com JAMES P. DELANEY, pro se 108 Image Way Rochester, NY 14626 (585) 752-1434 jdelaney3@rochester.rr.com EDWARD A. GARTZ, pro se 220 Orchard Creek Rochester, NY 14612 (585) 723-1463 snapusa@rochester.rr.com RALPH ERIK SCHNACKENBERG, pro se 182 Logtown Road Fultonville, NY 12072 (518) 922-8898 eschnack40@gmail.com JULIA S. GAMBINO, pro se 15 Dale Road Farmingdale, NY 11735 (516) 694-9474 ANDREAS MILONIS, pro se 101 Central Park Rd, Apt 9 Plainview, NY 11803 (516) 286-9708 MARK N. AXINN 338 East 78th Street
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New York, New York 10075 (212) 753-5599 markaxinn@hotmail.com DONALD G. HOBEL, pro se 3767 Moyer Road Wheatfield, NY 14120 (716) 693-1823 dhobel@verizon.net EDWARD D. PETTITT, pro se 3188 Coomer Road Newfane, NY 14108 (716) 471-6001 innovent@aol.com JANET M. MARTIN, pro se 2163 Jagow Road #3 Niagara Falls, NY 14304 (716) 731-8107 MYRON D. ANNIS, pro se 61 Gunson Street North Tonawanda, NY 14020 (716) 946-3736 myrondannis@netscape.com MARTHA A. FRANCIS, pro se 41 Sweeney Court North Tonawanda, NY (716) 695-1022 marthafrancis@yahoo.com RITA D. LARSON, pro se 3700 Lockport Road Wheatfield, NY 14132 (716) 731-2462 larson2tr@frontiernet.net THOMAS J. LARSON, pro se 3700 Lockport Road Wheatfield, NY 14132 (716) 731-2402 larson2tr@frontiernet.net
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ROBERT ELLISON, pro se 109 Ann Boonville, NY (315) 778-3165 reellison@gmail.com JOANNE WILDER, pro se 8457 Chinkapin Circle Cicero, NY 13039 (315) 247-2256 jwilder4@twcny.rr.com MARY ANN BUERMAN, pro se 5564 Kathan Road Brewenton, NY 13029 (315) 676-4518 olrlm@yahoo.com TANYA PARROW, pro se 4031 E. Lzngerwood Lane Syracuse, NY 13215 (315) 488-7821 mstanya4@gail.com GEORGE G. RADFORD, pro se 19 The Orchard Fayetteville, NY 13066 (315) 632-4120 gradford@twcny.rr.com PATRICIA M. RADFORD, pro se 19 The Orchard Fayetteville, NY 13066 (315) 632-4120 pradford@twcny.rr.com ANTOINETTE M. BLACK, pro se 1320 Le Moyne Ave Syracuse, NY 13208 (315) 463-5998 ANN.BLACK@LIVE.COM
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HARVEY E. DAVIES, pro se 160 Manor Drive Syracuse, NY 13214 (315) 446-8874 HEARTSHD@twcny.rr.com JAMES D. DOOHER, pro se 1220 Vilton Drive Dewitt, NY 12214 (315) 446-6168 snormstorm1966@verizon.net KEVIN T. COTE, pro se 17 Little Brooklyn Rd. Warwick, NY 10990 (845) 987-0084 dadwithallthecoolstuff@hotmail.com ROBERT SPENCER, pro se 828 Holly Drive, #D45 Fulton, NY 13609 (315) 887-5024 robertpaulspencer@twcny.rr.com MYRNA A. THAYNE, pro se 2389 State Highway 205 Mount Vision, NY (607) 432-4117 mthayne@stny.rr.com PRISCILLA TAMARO, pro se P.O. Box 62 Westford, NY 13488 (607) 264-8454 GEORGE TAMARO, pro se P.O. Box 62 Westford, NY 13488 (607) 264-8454 DAVE CRAWMER, pro se
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21 Indian Pipe Drive Wynantskill, NY 12198 (518) 283-6850 greenbushcomputer@yahoo.com EDWARD M. STEHLIN, pro se 166 Wright Street Staten Island, NY (917) 796-3855 thjefferson76@gmail.com MARY ANN PENNELL, pro se 123 Call Hollow Road Pomona, NY 10970 (845) 354-0557 NANCY W. FOSTER, pro se 4 Butternut Ridge Massena, NY 13662 (315) 764-1289 nlfoster@twcny.rr.com DALTON P. FOSTER, pro se 4 Butternut Ridge Massena, NY 13662 (315) 764-1289 dpfoster@twcny.com DONALD R. WHITE, pro se 21 Garnsey Road Rexford, NY 12148 (518) 399-0684 dwhite2@nycap.rr.com CHAD H. CURRIN, pro se 105 Hetcheltown Road Glenville, NY 12302 (518) 542-7959 chad@webv5.com WILBUR W. CARD, pro se 4610 SR 414 Beaver Dams, NY 14812 (607) 962-0308 wcard@mac.com
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VANESSA PARSONS, pro se 58 Old Country Road #21 East Quogue, NY 11942 (631) 338-5485 parsonsv@live.com HARVEY KASH, pro se 14 C. 2ND Street Huntington Station, NY 11746 (631) 470-9600 GARY L. PERRY, pro se 750 Walker Hill Road, pro se Waverly, NY (607) 426-0719 glprespecta@yahoo.com DENVER L. JONES, pro se 1271 Owego Road Owego, NY 13827 (607) 659-7820 Denver@bsuinc.com KATHLEEN C. ELLIOTT, pro se 81 East Main Street Dryden, NY 13053 (607) 844-5670 rvrqn_kce@yahoo.com VIVIAN Y. WADLIN, pro se 38 Bellevue Road Highland, NY (845) 691-2089 vwadlin@aol.com JUDITH M. WHITMORE, pro se 2458 Ridge Road Queensbury, NY 12804 honoramerica@gmail.com JOHN SALVADOR, JR, pro se
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37 Alexy Lane Lake George, NY 12845 (518) 656-3447 jksalvador@roadrunner.com ANTHONY FUTIA, JR., pro se 34 Custis Avenue White Plains, NY 10603 (914) 948-4368 futia2@optimum.net CHRISTOPHER J. ENGLERT, pro se 3647 Middle Reservation Rd Perry, NY 14530 (585) 237-6329 cjeflysoon@hotmail.com

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