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James Ogle [One] USA 2020 for President (or Vice President)
Candidate for Vice Chair of Libertarian National Committee (LNC)

James [One] USA 2020 President or Vice President and Secretary

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"The best is yet to come!"

Schedule - http://www.allpartysystem.com/schedule-2020.php

California, Massachusetts, North Carolina and Oklahoma March 3rd, 2020

Iowa February 3rd, 2020

Los Angeles California July 2nd, 2019

How Google Got Its Name From the USA Parliament in September of 1997
Original Old Video from 1995 by Joogle in; "How Google Got Its Name"

2020 Presidential Election

Please donate by Paypal or Check for Ogle for President or Vice President and LNC Secretary:
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(831) 236-3825, jamesoogle@gmail.com

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Official United Coalition USA Blank Paper Ballots 2020

PPR Electoral College Write-in #e-aps-13
https://www.usparliament.org/e-aps-13.php Web Page
https://www.usparliament.org/e-aps-13.pdf PDF

PPR Electoral College Party-list (prints out on twenty pages) #v-h-2020-paperballot
http://usparliament.org/v-h-2020-paperballot.htm Web Page
http://usparliament.org/v-h-2020-paperballot.pdf PDF

Unity Platform USA #e-aps-6
http://www.usparliament.org/e-aps-6.php Web Page
http://www.usparliament.org/e-aps-6.pdf PDF

Statement of Principles and Platform #e-aps-21
http://www.usparliament.org/e-aps-21.php Web Page

United Coalition USA Executives #v-h-mps
http://usparliament.org/v-h-mps.php Web Page
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United Coalition 1983 to 1986
The United Coalition was running candidates for city and county offices in Monterey California getting a lot of good ink. In 1986 Clint Eastwood read about our work and ran against our candidate for Mayor of Carmel, Tim Grady, there were four names for Mayor in November of 1986.

United Coalition 1986 to 1988
The United Coalition was running candidates for Carmel City Council.
James Ogle's first campaign for public office was for Carmel City Council in 1988.

United Coalition 1992
Prior to First Tuesday in November 1992 as the "Ad Hoc Coalition, four names for Santa Cruz City Council, the United Coalition's campaign for Santa Cruz City Council was first promoted in Usenet 1992 where the campaign info. posted by Cameron Kashani.
James Ogle's second campaign for public office was for Santa Cruz City Council in 1992.

United Coalition 1993
James Ogle's third campaign for public office was for US Congress, CA CD #17. James Ogle's party was on ballot categorized as "independent". He was a candidate vying for a special election of CACD17 in 1993 when Congressman Panetta resigned to be Clinton’s Chief of Staff in 1993. There were 23 candidates. After the primary, about seven made it to the runoff, a D, R, Green, Libertarian, American Independent and two independents of which my Ogle was one. Ogle was an Environmentalist Party candidate categorized as independent. The next year Ogle switched to Green and was perceived as an outsider by them since Ogle was running for CA Gov to bring proportional representation into the conversation but the Green Party had already decided on NOTA so Ogle was labeled “fraud” and harassed for years in Usenet by Cameron Spitzer the California Green Party “Internet Liaison”. In October of 1997 the search engine google derived their name from Ogle's initials joogle after joining Ogle's conversation in Usenet before privatization. As it turned out Ogle was correct and the math of the Hagenbach-Bishoff Ogle had been promoting actually brings a unity phenomena and the Green Party and others went on to adopt the wrong math like approval voting and ranked choice voting in single-winner election districts.

United Coalition 1994
James Ogle's fourth campaign for public office was for California Governor. James Ogle was defeated in this California primary by NOTA.
The conversation was still going on with the following essay post:

United Coalition April 1995
Harry Browne [Libertarian] The Libertarian Won on April 1st 1995!
Click link below to see an original post in alt.politics.republican, one post by Ogle that Google founder Sergie Brin missed and didn't delete.
Click HERE to see an original post from 3/22/1995 in alt.politics.usa.republican
One post by Ogle that Google founder Sergie Brin missed and didn't delete. (Note, you may have to sign in to Google Groups to see)

By April 1st 1995, Honorable Harry Browne [Libertarian] was ranked #1 (President) and Colin Powell [Independent] was ranked #2 (Vice President), with 123 consecutively ranked names as back-up Electors.

United Coalition April 1996
See Video Joogle; "How Google Got Its Name"
Pot Party candidate for US President in 1996 Honorable Marcus Denoon [Pot], campaigning with Honorable James Ogle, launching campaigns in 1995. Honorable Marcus Denoon [Pot] (RIP) resigned as nominee for POTUS, and as filer with States and 1st back-up, James Ogle filed as nominee for US President with Federal Elections Commission (FEC).

United Coalition April 1996
The man whose personal logo "joogle" inspired the naming of a multi-billion dollar gateway google.com had filed to run for President in 1996: http://www.cnn.com/ALLPOLITICS/1996/candidates/list3.shtml

United Coalition October 1997
How Google Got Its Name

In October of 1997, Google founder asked about James Ogle's email address "What is a joogle?", and then announced the registration of google.com one week later in the Usenet group alt.politics.elections. Next, Google company changed the name of Dejaview News to "Google Groups" and the conversation was deleted along with extensive deletions of the announcements of winners and voting data from the posts in 1996.

United Coalition May 2012
Read About 2012 When The California Libertarian Won the Missouri Primary With 52.8%!

Independent Political Report

The Missourian Newspaper
Click here for version of Missourian which doesn't require poll prior to reading article

United Coalition June 2019
Libertarian Party City of Los Angeles
We will be bringing the 16-party system (15-seats=16-party) under pure proportional representation (PPR) to the proposed Los Angeles City Micro-state currently being hosted by Los Angeles County L.P.'s "Region 62".
To start, you may join this West Los Angeles Libertarian Club Facebook page, then you can see if you are interested:

United Coalition USA November 2020
The Libertarian One 2020

Men united to vote for our opposite gender #1 and consecutively ranked alternating genders thereafter with voluntary opt in. Teamwork and collaboration so to elect first woman for US President and/or Vice President ever, one or both of whom might be a Libertarian, should a minimum of 33.33% (plus one vote) of the Electors of the new pure proportional representation (PPR) Elector College collaborate with the plan.

Men United to Nominate and Possibly Elect the First Woman for US President

Heather Horst [Libertarian] (US Presidential candidate) Nebraska
Demetra Jefferson Wysinger [Libertarian] (US Presidential candidate) askwy2020@gmail.com Texas
Kim Ruff [Libertarian] (US Presidential candidate) Arizona
Jo Jorgensen [Libertarian] (US Presidential candidate) South Carolina
Souraya Faas [Libertarian] (US Presidential candidate) Florida
Lorraine Lynch [Libertarian] (US Presidential candidate) Texas
Dakinya Jefferson [Libertarian] (US Presidential candidate) Texas
Demondria Jefferson [Libertarian] (US Presidential candidate) Texas
Sorinne F. Ardeleanu [Libertarian] (US Presidential candidate) (CA) sorinne4potus@sorinne2020.com
Geby Eva Espinosa [Libertarian] (US Presidential candidate) California

PPR Electoral College Facebook Page

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Eight Steps for the National Budget

1. All Congressmen specify their proposed national total budget for the year.
2. All the submissions from the first step above are averaged to reach a total averaged sum of all Congressmens' proposed totals.
3. All Congressmen determine a suggested total for each and every one of their own personal proposed budget items.
4. All Congressmen to have an equal free speech period, where all Congressmen personally make a case for their items.
5. After the free speech period, all Congressmen rank all the choices on one ballot, a ballot which includes all proposals.
6. All proposals which receive 50% (plus one vote) on each item in previous step are to be considered approved by simple majority.
7. Ties between approved items which are similar in nature are broken when higher ranking totals cancel similarly worded item(s) with lower ranking totals.
8. All items approved are then calibrated up or down simultaneously until the national total budget averaged sum in step 2 is reached.
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--James Ogle [One], candidate for USA's President or Vice President, and Libertarian Party national Secretray
The Libertarian One 2020