Under Law, Americans Elect Must Post Notice of All Meetings on its Website. When will it?
In 2012, Americans Elect is planning to be the first 501c4 corporation to run its own candidate for President of the United States.
Americans Elect is also a registered political party in multiple states. When Americans Elect sought and obtained registration as a minor political party in the state of Florida, it subjected itself to the terms and conditions of Florida state law regarding minor political parties. Florida state officials have notified Americans Elect of relevant provisions of state law by letter. Under the terms of Florida State Law, Americans Elect must “timely notify its members as to the time, date, and place of all of its meetings; timely publish notice on its public and functioning website as to the time, date, and place of all of its meetings.”
As of today there is no notice, timely or otherwise, of any of Americans Elect’s meetings on its website. Compliance with legal standards is a central requirement in running a successful election, as Americans Elect plans to do. When will Americans Elect comply with this legal standard?
I have posted this question to the Americans Elect question and answer service, along with my other questions posed to Americans Elect, which to date have not been answered. If I receive any answer, I will post it here in the comments section. If you do not see an answer by Americans Elect in the comments section, that means no answer has been given.