A Quick Fix for American Presidential Elections?

As previously written here at The PLAS Place, I have complained about the unfairness and unrepresentative nature of American elections. Also the corruption and illegal, secret domestic surveillance for political reasons and consequent covert operations-political dirty tricks. The American election system of winner takes all fosters a two party system and corruption see: Duverger’s Law
If someone, a candidate possibly me, or some political party, a third party, filed a civil action in U.S. District Court claiming damages from this system, it could request remedy. Assuming the Court system hasn’t been too corrupted. Such remedy could include ordering all Secretaries of State to place the major third parties on all ballots. That would result in the following being on all ballots: democratic party (17%), republican party (17%) Reform party, (unknown %), Libertarian party (13%), Green party (27%), Constitution party (27%). Further, that 4 Independents (unknown %) put on all ballots making 10 total. Further, that at this late date, all parties be allowed to change tickets if desired. Further, that all early votes be allowed to be changed on this election day.
Further, if the Court rules that a majority vote be required and/or one vote, it could order Instant Runoff Voting. Voters would rank their preference for candidates on election day.
I believe this would address all issues on the Presidential level.
Unfortunately I have been unable to find compatible legal assistance. Also I am presently unable to furnish to the Court proof or even significant evidence, of wrongdoing.


About rwm4prez2012

Candidate for President of the UNITED STATES for 2012.
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