America First State House Candidate Chase Turner Files Michigan Supreme Court Challenge for Ballot Access

America First state representative candidate Chase Turner is taking his lawsuit to the Michigan Supreme Court demanding ballot access in the 2022 election.

Turner was unilaterally disqualified after a decision by Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, a Soros operative and former Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) board member who tossed him off the ballot on a technicality.

“This process has effectively ‘weaponized’ the SOS in a way that is unfair to Michigan voters,” said Turner.  “The Bureau did not properly inform me or my campaign about any due or pending fines.  That would be a bureaucrat’s most basic duty.  Then the Bureau ‘slow rolled’ the information until the ballot printing was imminent.  Now I am chasing a court to get a decision.”

Turner is appealing the Michigan Supreme Court in order to get justice and prevent state representative Ann Bollin, the chairwoman of the Michigan House Elections Committee, from running unopposed as a Republican on the ballot after she stonewalled key election reform bills from having hearings throughout the present legislative session.

“An unelected bureaucrat should not have the immense power to eliminate a choice, that the people should have, as to who will represent voters. I got into this campaign to give voters a real voice in their government.  That’s how it should be. Stunts like this only confirm in the eyes of voters that Lansing is out of control,” Turner said.

“We are going to the Supreme Court not only for our rights, but to illustrate that no candidate, regardless of affiliation, should need to go through what our campaign has gone through. Political parties, and governments, today have dropped ‘common sense’ in favor of being hyper partisan. Both have abandoned the voters,” he added.

Big League Politics has reported on Turner’s landmark civil rights struggle as he attempts to fight Uniparty collusion to deny political choice for Michigan voters:

State house candidate Chase Turner is fighting for ballot access in Michigan after far-left Democrat secretary of state Jocelyn Benson tossed him arbitrarily from the primary election in August…

“Candidates, like me, were told that the Bureau would not timely respond to critically time sensitive requests for action,” Turner said.  “Both the Board of Canvassers and the Bureau deferred us.  It is a classic government ‘slow roll’ when the primary ballots are about to be printed.”

“Now our only option may be to press the SOS for a timely decision through the courts,” he added.  “I may be forced to obtain a court opinion, as compared with getting a government agency to issue a simple administrative action.  I am working with legal counsel to protect my right to run for office and to represent my district in Lansing.  This is a sad time for patriots in Michigan.”

… It is widely believed among patriotic activists in Michigan that the secretary of state is protecting one of the primary RINOs who looked the other way while election fraud took place in the 2020 presidential election, as the Uniparty flexes its muscle and attempts to stop the America First movement from taking hold in the key battleground state of Michigan.

We will continue to provide updates on Turner’s fight for justice as the Michigan Supreme Court hears his challenge against Benson’s bloodbath against democracy.

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