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Sent: Tuesday, August 05, 2008 3:10 PM
Subject: Hi, Frank: Thanks for doing the homework and making the states’ write-in requirements easily available. Blessings, Santa

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Frank Moore wrote:
thanks, santa. my guy/elf corey did the research…with the help of the nation’s foremost ballot access expert richard winger…and created the site of the states’ requirements. writein2008/index.html

Would you be a guest on my 2+-hour show? You would be my sole guest for the whole program. We do it as a live streaming video show every Sunday at 8pm on our web station We do it from our north Berkeley home. Then we will play it on b-tv, Berkeley’s cable access channel, and archive it on our site. We archive the shows at I’ll interview you. Are you coming to S.F.? You and I have a lot in common!

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

Re: Ohio Electors

From: Tom Cosma
Sent: Monday, August 04, 2008 2:16 PM
Subject: Ohio Electors

I’ll be your elector, Frank. Good ideas you have there.

-Tom Cosma

On Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 1:20 PM, Frank Moore wrote:

great, tom! what is your “voting residence address”, city, zip code and county?

do you know others who may want be my electors?

Tom Cosma wrote:
Tom Cosma
2550 Chamberlain Rd. Apt. A3
Fairlawn, OH 44333

that’s in Summit County

Blue House rote:
That makes 5! Need 15 more!

Frank Moore wrote:
ah, yes! i am working on it!

carol, just got your elector form!

thanks! yours is the 61st. so we have made it by a comfortable margin…which is amazing because california is one of the hardest states to qualify in [but not the hardest!].

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

Re: great video!

On Mon, Aug 4, 2008 at 6:58 AM, Frank Moore wrote:

Hi, Micheal!

We just watched the Skip video tonight. We have seen most of the raw footage before. But your editing is great!

You live in Ohio, right? I need your help! I’m running for president. See Would you help me? To qualify as a write-in candidate in Ohio [to have the votes for me counted], I need to submit a list containing the names of 20 persons to serve as electors. I have 9. Would you be my elector in Ohio? And do you know others who would be willing to be electors for me

The role/duty of the elector only kicks in if/when I win the popular vote in the state in the general election. So being my elector doesn’t limit your ability to vote for anybody you please in the general election…although I hope you will vote for me! If/when I win the state’s popular vote, you as my elector would ritualistically cast a vote for me in the Electoral College.

Michael Cosma wrote:

“my elector would ritualistically cast a vote for me in the Electoral College”

(what does this mean?) Would I physically have to travel someplace to do this state capitol , etc. or do I place a phonecall or whatnot, please help me clarify this point and I might just do this for you.

Glad you liked my video editing, thanks.


Frank Moore wrote:
great question! i looked it up and….

Electors meet in their respective state capitals (or in the case of Washington, D.C., within the District) on the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December, at which time they cast their electoral votes on separate ballots for President and Vice President.

but the important point is i would need to win the popular vote in ohio first before you’d have to make that trip! i would use my lottory winnings to get you there if i win! the odds are similar. the reason to be my elector is to give people the opportunity to vote for our vision.

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

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In Freedom,
Frank Moore

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RE: Hello Frank :)

From: Rafael-alexandre Ramos
To: Frank Moore
Sent: Wednesday, July 30, 2008 7:47 PM
Subject: RE: Hello Frank 🙂


I’m writing to tell what a honor it is to have you broadcast me on your radio, I came across reviews of you and took a peep at your presidential campain web site ( I’d sure vote for you ! 😀 )

But I can’t…And if I could, I’d vote, but still would do some political art 🙂

Frank, I’m looking for a label for business opportunities and help me financially for upcoming collaborations and possibilities.

Could you recommend me someone, sympathetic to political art and my kind of music ?

I’ll keep you posted on every new track,

Thank you,


Frank Moore wrote:
feel free to do political art about my campaign! we’ll put it on the site. where do you live?

i’m not into business. so i’m not the one to ask about that. most labels i like are labors of love and passion.

Rafael wrote:
Salut Frank,

J’viens d’Montréal, au Québec. Pero mi padre es espanol.

Frank, I’d love to do so, but I’d need audio material to sample: can you provide samples of your speeches ? Has someone talked about you on the radio, or spoke with your words ?

.WAV files would be the best, mp3’s could do the trick, as I master every track anyways ( or is there links of yours on the net from which I can recuperate the audio bits ? )

I’ll be waiting to hear from you,

À bientôt,


Frank Moore wrote:
great, rafael! if you scroll down, on the right side of the page there are links to audio and videos of interviews, speeches, etc. if you find bits you want to use but can’t use that format, we will make you copies.

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

Rafael wrote:
Hi Frank,

Rafael speaking: Received the audio material from Mikee, it’s what I wanted
to work with 🙂

I’ll choose from the different topics and will certainlly pick the best and
more chevalresque audio bit to go along with the music:

I have an idea…

Frank, it will most certainlly take a few weeks, I’ll try to have it done
before October.

Au plaisir d’ici là,


Frank Moore wrote:
great, rafael! it’s great that our campaign is inspiring other artists like
you! can’t wait to hear it!

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

From: Rafael-alexandre Ramos
To: Frank Moore
Sent: Saturday, August 30, 2008 6:36 PM
Subject: RE: I didin’t forget you and am getting there

Hi Frank,

How are you doing ?

Here, a new job, back to school and of course, as allways, music in my free time ( well, for the time I have left ).

Nevertheless, you’ll be glad to know that the instrumentals is done for our track on your campain speeches and ideas.

I’ve tried on the “on Irak” speech your friend and translater had recording for you ( she has a hell of a beautifull voice, you should tell her 🙂

I’ll try to have this done by two to three weeks, as I master all individual instrument tracks this weekend and might mix and master the final thing sometime next week and beyond.

In conclusion, the music is passionated, will blend well with the speeches. Also, I’ve decided to make a pot-pourri with all the themes ( track is about 4 minutes if I’m not mistaking ).

Remember, my goal is to touch people’s imaginary, to raise my subjects to the level of legends and myth.

I hope I succeed,

Until sooner than I think I hope,

Rafael ( Ledit RenArt )

Frank Moore wrote:
rafael, i’m really excited and can’t wait to hear your creation! this is what the campaign is all about!

btw, linda and i have been together for over 35 years.

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

Rafael wrote:
Hi Frank,

I’m a couple kilometers from the end of the track ( individual tracks are now mastered and will do the overall volume mixing + overall master in the two to four weeks to come ).

This means it will be done before election day.

I wan’t it to be a surprise: I’ll send you the mp3 when done and a copy of the final master by the mail on a cd, if ever you guys wan’t to enhance the quality later on.

I’m as exited as you are to have it finished and out there 😀

In the mean time, I sincerelly hope the campaign is going well

I hope you’ll be able to mobilise the artists in the States, as you’ve mobilised me to fight for the right thing.

A bientôt,


Frank Moore wrote:
can’t wait!

Rafael-Alexandre wrote:

Actually, give me up to next week and I’ll have that voice volume problem solved ( maybe sooner than I think though ( putting 3 to 4 hours daylly): the problem was that Linda sometimes was near or far from the mic, but I’ll just saturate the volume of the voice tracks so it levels equally,

So don’t broadcast yet ! I wan’t for you to have to best mix posible 🙂

For the music itself, nothing will change, I consider it done, just the volume of the voices compared to the instrumentals ( trying to blend everything together instead of having the voice loud and the rest quiet,


Frank Moore wrote:
it is amazing, rafael! saturday we did a live 3-hour performance with my band the cherotic all-stars…amazing musicians! one things i did was to have an audience member read my long speech over the live band jamming as i danced nude erotically with linda, erika and jen under strobes and slides. the effect was very similar to your piece.

Rafael-Alexandre wrote:

Ledit RenArt à son poste,

Cette fois-ci, c’est la bonne : here it is again.

Used another technique to melt the speech into the music.

Well Frank, I’ve dreamed of a day where artists would march on Washington, with their music and their ideas, and poetry, and paintings and drawings, to make them understand that if we don’t wan’t to live inside their Matrix, that there is an alternative way, a peacefull way.

I wan’t this to be free of their ways, their hypocrysie, their thirst for performance and competition.

You know Frank, I’ve been trying hard to clear the rights of the speeches I use, just to be clear, and avoid posible, yet relative risks.

It led me to very little up to now.

And I’m almost desapointed in politics and legal society. There is false messias, messias…

Mais d’autres gens devraient dire: hey, I just believe in those things, we don’t impose them, but we think it’s right, let’s turn the page, let’s build together.

That’s what’s missing in your country: alternative recognized party’s, with equal respect from the establishment than for the two majors .

And perhaps a less imposing international responsibility: if the United States are to be a World leader, they should assume fully their responsibilities in term of promoting the best for Human Kind and the planet, and making war and exploiting so much petrolium isin’t the solution to what we are and will be facing in the future.

Then people would vote.

Frank, thanks for ‘Tribus: this is war’, I saw it was to be aired on your channel ! 😀

Anyways, it’s my entire pleasure to have composed this tracks over your ideals.

And I find we have a good vibe together on this, with Linda’s beatifull voice, and Michael’s help and I guess Nick’s help too,

Et ben, moi je suis cent pour cent derrière vous et je vous encourage fort de la part d’un Québec qui veut pas se laisser faire non plus ! 😀

A bientôt,


Frank Moore wrote:
yes, our campaign is a door opening. that is very real…a big responsibility!

Listen to the final track, L’Idealiste.

hey, kirk!

got your elector form! thanks! it makes us have 60, a comfortable buffer. so we are official in calif.!

i’m thinking of handing out my platforms at the farmers’ market.

In Freedom,
Frank Moore


states are falling into place!

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

Corey Nicholl wrote:
Idaho has recieved and accepted Frank’s form! (But they will not be listing it, or any other write-in candidates’ names on their website)

how can I help

John sent me your emails.
How can I help you out?

Adam L. Brook
Road Manager and Merch Guru for our Big Chief John Sinclair
Cass Corridor, Detroit

Frank Moore wrote:
hi, adam! ? To qualify as a write-in candidate in Michigan (to have the votes for me counted), I need to submit a list containing the names and addresses of 17 persons to serve as electors. could you help me get 17 people?

The role/duty of the elector only kicks in if/when I win the popular vote in the state in the general election. So being my elector doesn’t limit your ability to vote for anybody you please in the general election…although I hope you will vote for me! If/when I win the state’s popular vote, you as my elector would ritualistically cast a vote for me in the Electoral College.

thanks, adam and john!

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

NC update

From: Kenyata Sullivan
To: Frank Moore
Sent: Sunday, July 27, 2008 9:54 PM
Subject: Re: The Goddess Bunny

hey Frank,

we’re doing our final push to reach 500 names, wish us luck! There are about 20 of us passing petitions right now; when I went to an art exhibit this evening I was delighted to see a petition at the door – I don’t have an accurate count right now since it’s a co-ordinated effort, but I feel hopeful. Do you have anyone else working in NC, or are all 500 names up to us? Just checking.

Tomorrow I’m dropping off petitions to the local record stores and comic book stores, I spoke to the owners (friends) this afternoon, and they’ll be pushing patrons to sign all week. There are other things going on like that as well, but I won’t bore you with the details – on the 4th I’ll be hand delivering all of the petitions to the County Board Of Elections (all of our signees are residents of New Hanover County, no sorting necessary).


Frank Moore wrote:
great, kenyata! this is exciting! yep, you are my only operative in n.c.

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

Subject: kenyata, i’m sorry to have to tell you this at this late date…but….
Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2008 03:43:44 -0700
From: Frank Moore
To: Kenyata Sullivan

corey just found out there is another hoop in the n.c. elector process…

“Actually, delivering the petitions to the New Hanover County Board of Elections is only step one of two! The deadline is for the final step. New Hanover needs to check the signatures, and then Kenyata needs to deliver the signatures to the State Board of Elections by NOON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6TH. I talked to the State Board of Elections today and they said the Counties generally can turn those around in a day or so. The State Board of Elections is in Raleigh, NC. We will have to include a simple form signed by Frank to accompany the final delivery.”

we are mailing my form to you this morning by express mail. sorry about this! they don’t make it easy! and the kicker is the mainstream candidates don’t have to do any of this!

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

Kenyatta wrote:
hey Frank,

Unfortunately, I must admit I’m not as convinced as I was just 48 hours ago that this is going to work out for the best. I’ve only had a couple of petitioners flake out (no big deal really), but getting the petitions to Raleigh by the 6th, there’s the rub.

I always knew there was a second step, but I didn’t know the second deadline was within 36 hours of the first one, woosh, and this is proving to be one hell of a hurdle to get over.

I’m still working on it, but wanted to keep you in the loop – k

Frank Moore wrote:
it’s an example of how they make it almost impossible to get qualified! but we do the impossible! what we are thinking is getting a courier service to pick up the 500 from you and deliver them before the deadline. corey is looking for such a service? do you know of one? of course, we here will pay for it. and of course all of this depends on if we have 500.

btw, i like working on this with you!

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

Kenyattta wrote:
when i canvassed our team and we learned that no one was gonna be able to take a day off and travel on the 6th, the wind kinda fell out of everyone’s sails, most folks quit working.

this, of course, makes me feel like an idiot. this project was totally do-able, and realistically i just blew it by assuming that there would be a reasonable period of time between the county and state boards, and then not realizing that you could perhaps find a currier to fix our time frame. I also didn’t launch the effort early enough that none of that would matter, and didn’t ask enough questions as far as the timelines go, this is all my fault.

i’m gonna slink off to bed, because i just pretty much took a guaranteed thing and fucked it up. I’m so sorry Frank.

Frank Moore wrote:

which is why the hoops!

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

Frank Moore wrote:

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

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