Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Connie Mack, Congressman Elected Under Assumed Name!

Can a Congressman get elected and seated using an alias?

Does the vote for a person using an assumed name count?

Is there not a law dealing with this? WTF!

One Congressman has done this, Cornelius Alexander McGillicuddy IV who uses the alias of Connie Mack IV, (R-FL)

McGillicuddy was listed on the 14th district ballots as Connie Mack. A Certificate of Fictitious or Assumed Name can not be located for a Connie Mack. The web site for Congressman Mack does not mention Cornelius Alexander McGillicuddy IV. and his
Fort Myers residence is listed on the tax roll as owned by Cornelius McGillicuddy IV. There is no Congressman legally named Connie Mack.

This charade is abetted by his wife, Congresswoman Mary Bono Mack (R-CA) by her failure to use the McGillicuddy name.

I contend that, by using an assumed name, both parties are illegally seated in Congress and should be removed from office for fraud.


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