Enforce Contractual Vote Counting
The Contractual Vote-Count: A design as old as the nation —but not yet practiced
The Constitution of the United States of America, Article 6 details The Supreme Law of the Land. Within it, it includes The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, by reference. The reference it uses; " [The] Authority of the United States".
The Constitution is the government's authority for passing and enforcing certain limited types of law. Treaties, on the other hand, deal with a nation's authority.
Since the people are the nation; our, that is, the nation's authority is The Declaration.
The vote-count tally must account for every registered voter's vote as either consenting or not-consenting. Any registered voter who does not submit a ballot must be counted as having not consented —simply because they did not consent.
For more detail and 1756 definitions as supporting evidence, go to How Reading & Math Stop Political Corruption.
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