An Proposal to Create an 28th Amendment to the United States Constitution.

This Amendment proposes
that an Public Electronic Vote and Public Electronic Voter be included in Legislative Functions of
Congress. To Reserve the Right to Propose Laws to the House of Representatives and Senate; the ability
to vote and to pass legislation in the House and Senate.

Amendment 28 -- Establishment of Public Electronic Vote

a) There shall be established an Public Electronic Vote of One Vote Per State in the Senate, This will be a
1 to 2 ratio of 1 Pubic Electronic vote to 2 Elected Representative vote in the Senate. There shall be
established an Public Electronic Vote in the House to be an 1 to 2 ratio of 1 Public Electronic vote to 2
Elected Representative vote in the House of Representatives. These ratios of votes shall be consistent
and not subject to change.

b) An Senate Public Electronic Vote shall be collected from each state, to represent that Senate
Electronic Vote; a single Senate Public Electronic Vote shall be cast per majority vote of Americans
registered of that State; for that respective legislative function.

c) An House of Representative Public Electronic Vote shall be collected from each state by the 1 public
electronic vote to 2 Elected House of Representative Vote of that State. Each State will have a 1 to 2
ratio of Public Electronic votes to the Total Elected Representatives of that State. Public Electronics Vote
shall be cast by popular Public Electronic Vote in accordance and keeping of 1 to 2 Total Elected
Representatives of that State per district. Districts are determined by Non Political Committee Federal
Members to determine Districts of approximately equal ratio of political parties; for that respective
legislative function. Equal Representation of Political Parties in each state shall be districted according to
census polling.

d) The Public Electronic Vote shall reserve the right to propose legislative law per majority vote of the
Total Public Electronic Votes in respective House or Senate, or legislative changes to the proposed
legislative law, in either the House or the Senate.

e) A majority of Votes Consisting of the Public Electronic and Elected Representatives of the House shall
be required to pass forth legislative law. A majority of Votes Consisting of the Public Electronic Vote and
Elected Representatives of the Senate shall be required to pass forth legislative law.

f) The Federal Government shall provide the means of providing access and security in order to enable a
American to Vote as an Public Electronics Voter.

g) The Federal Government shall provide the means of providing legal assistance to proposed legislative
laws from Public Electronic Voter Platform's to be proposed before the House of Representative to be
voted upon by the House. The Federal Government shall provide the means of providing legal assistance
to proposed legislative laws from Public Electronic Voter Platform's to be proposed before the Senate
to be voted upon by the Senate.

h) The Federal Government shall provide the means of providing legal assistance to amend proposed
legislative laws from the Senate to be voted upon by the Public Electronic Voter as needed.

l)There shall be established an Automatic Proxy Public Electronic Vote. k) Information provided to the Public Electronic Voters. and to have bills or legislative law voted upon in the House or Senate. prior to full implementation of this . to enable the smooth running of the Congress. The first business day of the month shall be reserved for the Public Electronic Voter to propose bills or legislative law to be voted upon. or Supreme Court Justice for crimes of treason. m)There shall be established an Electronic Public Vote of a 1 to 2 ratio of 1 Electronic Public Vote to Elected Representative on that Senate or House Committee and Sub Committee. This Vote will follow the Elected Official Vote of Ya or Nay (or versions of Yes or No Vote for proposed legislation) in the House or Senate. bribery. Current Federal Elections devices and methods shall be available 3 times a year. your Electronic Public Vote can be automated to reflect the voting of the Elected Official of your Choice. as well as a local level as needed. j) There shall be no legal interaction between lobbyist's and the Federal Government Persons providing legal assistance to the Public Electronic Voter. r) Congress shall have completed implementation of the Public Electronic Voter. There shall be no limits of the impeachment period of time. n)The Electronic Public Vote be included in the House and Senate Committees and Sub Committees shall have all the rights of the 28th amendment in the sections a) through and m). p) The Public Electronic Voter shall reserve the right to nominate a Supreme Court Justice to the Senate to be Voted by the Senate and Approved by the President. the months of April. on those Platforms that collect the means of collecting votes and proposals shall be accurate and correct by a scientific peer review. Senator. or Committee. or other high crimes and misdemeanors during service in office of that post. The Public Electronic Voter shall have timely legislative proposals to be evaluated upon on an Electronic Platform in a regular manner. On a national level. Electronic Platforms and Public Electronic personal voting device for all Americans in 6 years upon ratification into the constitution. o)The Electronic Public Vote Representative shall have the same rights in the Senate and House voting and procedures and also have the same rights in the House and Senate Committees. Singular or multiple Persons or Corporations. August and December months as a temporary voting means: and reserve the right for legislative bills to be voted upon at said 1st day of months. The Electronic Public Representative on committees shall represent the Public Electronic Voter by Public Electronic Voted Consensus on Committee Matters. The Activity of the Federal Government and State Electronic Vote shall be separated from lobbyists and representatives of Political Groups or Donor's of Political Group. q)The Public Electronic Voter shall reserve the right to impeach a Representative of the House. party to bribery.i) The Public Electronic Voter shall have the means of providing regular voting periods. This right shall be evoked by popular vote of the Public Electronic Voter to convey the same ability of a Senator or Representative. President.

All Voting Stations shall be available to General Public in any State. . as needed for each voting cycle. Federal Court Judiciary Positions and the President shall be considered as Federally Elected Positions. Congressional District. t) All Americans. Supreme Court. and polling station. s) The House of Representatives. Senate. The Federal Government shall Maintain. and Subject to the Public Electronic Vote and Public Electronic Voter. Operate and Establish Public Voting Places and Voter Registration Rolls. 18 years or older. Each State may add Elected Positions for Public Positions. have the right to a Electronic Public Vote. Ballots.amendment at the moment of ratification.