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Be part of a genuinely grassroots life and liberty movement that’s effecting real change. This is the only effective, peaceful, legal way of returning power to “We the People.” Learn how to be a part of this most powerful office in the land! You can be a precinct elector and select the political candidate of your choice.

Learn to simply exercise self-governance (real citizenship) and revive “government of the people, by the people, for the people.”

If you’ve ever considered standing for public office thinking, Today’s politicians are so bad anyone can do a better job, we have one of the most effective programs of information and action for those who are ready to help restore liberty and constitutional law via the electoral process.

With the Anti NWO Party’s program of information, citizens who want to run for public office can learn how to get a foothold in political life—at every level of government. Learn how to do precinct petitions. Our goal is to educate the electorate and lobby against harmful unconstitutional legislation.

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Show your support by joining our team today as a precinct executive candidate, state or national coordinator or as a supporting member!

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Visit:

Daniel Leach
Anti New World Order Party
Primary Challenge
Anti NWO Party Coordinator
(585) 236-8958


PRIMARY CHALLENGE

The Anti NWO Party has been working with Primary Challenge to promote and educate the general public on the principles of Liberty. Primary Challenge is a non-partisan organization fighting to give the people of New York State control of their governments. There is no question as to whether your government is out of control. Our elected officials harbor a seething contempt for you and are destroying our state and, by extension, our nation, all to appease the seemingly insatiable greed and ambition those above them, the globalist sleepers in the federal government.

In recent days there has been a heightened awareness of the need for reform. Several well-intention-ed people across the state have tried to effect reform but have failed, mainly due to not fully understanding the problem’s sheer massiveness.
Our legislators have become increasingly deaf to the frustrations We the People have expressed and continue to express in countless public meetings. If they think they are immune to the will of the people they are gravely mistaken. They have set up a good old boys’ (and girls’) club political system that protects and rewards them no matter how corrupt or incompetent they are. They wield the power of their offices and extort your wealth thus violating the Constitution’s letter and spirit with a flair!
Primary Challenge just finished hosting a candidate and coordinator training session in Erie County. The turnout was encouraging, and I was excited to see candidates and coordinators statewide participating. The four-hour class discussed the details of placing candidates on the ballot and the importance of getting volunteers across the state to join the party committees in their towns and cities.
We plan to hold a series of meetings for the local volunteers with the assistance of county coordinators and candidates. We must not fail to take advantage of the election to return government to the people. There are thousands of volunteers on the Primary Challenge and reform group lists. We need to encourage every one of them to become committeemen and take back the nominating process.

My sincere thanks to those who help make this work a success!
I am looking forward to Working with the Rochester Campaign for Liberty Today.

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Please read directions carefully!
If you have any questions please call:
John ([845] 229-0250), George ([716] 405-7208) or Gerard ([518] 610-3399)
or Join the 
New York State Primary Challenge Meetup Group to ask questions
or join us every Wednesday evening at 7 P.M. at 
Take Back the Republic.

Please notify us by phone of any missing material or broken links.

To download your walking lists you must right-click your county link on the right and depending on your browser click (1) “Save File As” (2) “Save Target As” (3) “Save Link As”. You must first save the file to your computer as a .csv file so it can open as a spreadsheet.

The Walking Lists for each county are located in the left column. It is the county coordinators’ duty to divide everything into voting districts and ensure all committeemen candidates receive their walking lists. The more densely populated counties are further broken down into Assembly districts.

How to break down your county voter list into voting district walking lists.

To understand the layout see “Data File Layout” and “Key”.

Please note: If your county is broken up into assembly districts you will have to execute the following for each Assembly Districts.

Step 1. Open your saved county or assembly district, and carefully follow the instructions.

Step 2. Click on the blank box above the “1” and to the left of “A” (this should highlight the whole spreadsheet). Then on the top-right click the font size “8” (this will allow you to view and print moreinformation on the screen).

Step 3.
   a. Click “File.”
b. Click “Page setup.”
c. Click “Landscape.”
d. Click the “Margins” tab.
e. Click the down buttons for left, right, bottom and top until they all say “.05”.”
f. Click “OK”.

Step 4. Adjust all the columns so that they leave just enough room to read all the information the candidate will want to print: we will cover printing further on.

Step 5.
   a. Click “Save”
b. Save another copy by clicking “Save as.”
c. Name the new copy “County Master.”
d. Highlight Column A (“Last Name”).
e. Click “Data.”
f. Click “Sort.”
g. Click “Expand his selection.”
h. Click “Sort.”
i. Save and close this file.
You can now use this file as your master file to find what election district committeemen candidates will run in. You should keep a copy of this file on your laptop and take it to meetings so that you can let people know what town and voting district they will be running in. To find a person’s election district open the file and type “Ctrl + F”; type the person’s last name, and click “Find all,” then tell the person which election district they are running in once you’ve checked your “tracking spreadsheet” (explained further on).

Step 6.
   a. Open your saved county or assembly district scroll to Column Y (Town/City).
b. Highlight the column by clicking Column Y.
c. In the menu above click “Data.”
d. Click “Sort.”
e. Click “Continue with current selection.”
f. Click “Sort” again.
g. Click “Sort by ascending.” You have just put all the towns in alphabetical order.
Note: You must sort your city/towns using Column Y and not the city/town on Column K. One is the town in which you reside (“M”) while the other (“K”) is the town of the post office that delivers your mail.

Step 7.
   a. Highlight all the rows for the first town by clicking on Row 1 while holding down the “Ctrl” key as you drag the curser down the numbers until you have highlighted all the rows for that town.
b. Type “Ctrl + X” to cut.

Step 8.
a. On the upper-left near “File” click “New.”
b. Click Box A1.
c. Type “Ctrl + V” to paste.
d. Within a folder with the town as its name save the file also with the town as its name.
e. Repeat Step 8 for each town.

Step 9.
a. Open your first saved town.
b. Scroll to Column Z (“Ward”).
c. Highlight the column by clicking on the Letter “Z.”
d. In the upper menu click “Data.”
e. Click “Sort.”
f. Choose “Continue with current selection.”
g. Click “Sort.”
h. Click “Sort by ascending.”
i. Click “OK.” You have just divided your town into wards.
Note: If there are only zeros in this column, this means your town is not divided into wards and you can skip to Step 12. (Only cities and highly populated towns are divided into wards.)

Step 10.
a. If you see ward numbers, highlight all the rows for the first number by clicking on Row 1 while holding down the “Ctrl” key as you drag your curser down the numbers until you have highlighted all the rows for that number.
b. Type “Ctrl + X” to cut.

Step 11.
a. Again on the upper-left near “File” click New.”
b. Click Box A1.
c. Type “Ctrl + V” to paste.
d. Within a folder with the town as its name save the file with the ward number as its name.
e. Repeat Step 11 for each ward. Then repeat for each town in its respective folder.

Step 12.
a. Open your first saved town.
b. Scroll to Column W (“Election District Number”).
c. Highlight the column by clicking on the letter “W.”
d. In the menu above click “Data.”
e. Click “Sort.”
f. Click “Continue with current selection.”
g. Click “Sort.”
h. select “Sort by ascending.”
i. Click “OK.”

Step 13.
a. Highlight all the rows for the first election district (i.e. District 1) by clicking Row 1 while holding “Ctrl” as you drag your curser down the numbers until you have highlighted all the rows for that election district.
b. Type “Ctrl + C” to copy.

Step 14.
a. On the upper-left near “File” click New.”
b. Click Box A1.
c. Click on “Ctrl + V” to paste.
d. Within a folder with the town as its name save the file with the election district number as its name.
e. Repeat Step 14 for each election district. Then repeat for each town in its respective folder.

Step 15.
a. Before distribution highlight Column I (“Street Name”) and sort alphabetically (“A-Z”) so their lists will be in street walking.
b. Click save.
c. Distribute the voting district information to the candidates for committeeman. (You may want to email people their lists [or copy them onto personal C.D.s or memory sticks] so they can print their own copies [lest you have to print thousands of pages!].)

Step 16.
a. Create a master spreadsheet to track all the committeeman positions.
b. List:
(1) Town.
(2) Ward.
(3) Voting district number.
(4) Assembly district number.
(5) Congressional district number.
(6) Candidate name.
(7) Phone.
(8) Email.
(9) Running with spouse or other family member? (Y/N).

Note: if a position (shown on your “Master Spreadsheet”) in an election district is taken and another person in that election district is running, you will have to place that person in a nearby vacant election district which, in most cases, should be only a few streets from where they live.

Reminders.
a. We can run in any election district within our assembly district.
b. There are two (2) positions in each assembly district. For maps see Google Maps, enter one of your district addresses and create a map for your area.

We must not fail to keep accurate spreadsheets to control the process so that we do not duplicate our efforts by running more then one person for the same committeeman position. We also need to communicate by faxing (1-888-783-0152) or emailing John the updated spreadsheet. If you have any questions or concerns please address them to one of the two following fora:
a. New York State Primary Challenge Meetup.
b. 
Take Back the Republic.

Do not fail to give the following instructions to the committeeman candidates:

How to print the walking list.
a. Highlight Column I (Street Name) by clicking the Letter “I.”
b. In the menu above click “Data.”
c. click “Sort.”
d. Choose “Continue with current selection.”
e. Click “Sort.”
f. Select “Sort by ascending.”
g. Click “OK.” You have just alphebetized your addresses.
h. Right-click Column A.
i. While holding the left mouse button click and drag the cursor to Column J.
j. Release. You are going to use the highlighted area as your print area.
k. Click “File.”
l. Click “Print area.”
m. Click “Set print area.”
n. Click “File.”
o. Click “Print.”

WE MUST OBTAIN a signed pledge from any committeeman candidate since people are more apt to follow through with their commitments once they’ve signed a pledge. We also need these pledges so we can track what positions are being filled. Therefore all these signed pledges need to be faxed or emailed to the County Chair Coordinator for placement and record keeping.

You may also wish to:
1. Look up the candidates’ nine-digit zip code and the assembly district they will run in. Remember: a candidate can run in any voting district within their assembly district. To find assembly district maps see left column.
2. Read about the petition process.
3. View a 
video on “How to Complete and File Your Petition”.
4. View a 
video on “The Committeeman Process”.
5. View and download a 
powerpoint presentation and hand-outs.

If there is one thing you should understand it’s that you have no friends at the County Board of Election or within your party. In most cases, I am sad to say, they will do everything to deceive you and sabotage your efforts to become a committeeman because they know how key the position is. Primary Challenge has been instructing people in this process since 2005, and if you diligently follow our instructions you will prevail. Browse our sites and familiarize yourself with all our tools at your disposal:

1. Take Back the Republic.
2. 
New York State Primary Challenge.
3. 
This site, Rochester, N.Y., Campaign for Liberty Today

WE MUST OBTAIN a signed pledge from a county coordinator so we know we have serious people who will get the job done in their respective counties.

Help save our Republic
and reinstate our Constitution!

REPUBLICAN VOTER LISTS

The following links are the official petition format for filing as a committeeman, election law and important dates.
Please note that the petitions are legal size (8½” × 14”):
Important: Before clicking on your County Voter List below please read the instructions above!

The more densely populated counties are broken down into Assembly districts.
Albany County
Allegany County
Bronx County
Broome County
Cattaraugus County
Cayuga County
Chautauqua County
Chemung County
Chenango County
Clinton County
Columbia County
Cortland County
Delaware County
Dutchess County
Erie County
Assembly district 140
Assembly district 141
Assembly district 142
Assembly district 143
Assembly district 144
Assembly district 145
Assembly district 146
Assembly district 148
Essex County
Franklin County
Fulton County
Genesee County
Greene County
Hamilton County
Herkimer County
Jefferson County
Kings County
Assembly district 40
Assembly district 41
Assembly district 42
Assembly district 43
Assembly district 44
Assembly district 45
Assembly district 46
Assembly district 47
Assembly district 48
Assembly district 49
Assembly district 50
Assembly district 51
Assembly district 52
Assembly district 53
Assembly district 54
Assembly district 55
Assembly district 56
Assembly district 57
Assembly district 58
Assembly district 59
Assembly district 60
Lewis County
Livingston County
Madison County
Monroe County
Assembly district 130
Assembly district 131
Assembly district 132
Assembly district 133
Assembly district 134
Assembly district 135
Assembly district 139
Montgomery County
Nassau County
Assembly district 10

Assembly district 12
Assembly district 13
Assembly district 14
Assembly district 15
Assembly district 16
Assembly district 17
Assembly district 18
Assembly district 19
Assembly district 20
Assembly district 21
New York County
Assembly district 28
Assembly district 64
Assembly district 65
Assembly district 66
Assembly district 67
Assembly district 68
Assembly district 69
Assembly district 70
Assembly district 71
Assembly district 72
Assembly district 73
Assembly district 74
Assembly district 75
Niagara County
Oneida County
Onondaga County
Assembly district 119
Assembly district 120
Assembly district 121
Assembly district 124
Assembly district 129
Ontario County
Orange County
Assembly district 95
Assembly district 96
Assembly district 97
Assembly district 98
Assembly district 100
Orleans County
Oswego County
Otsego County
Putnam County
Queens County
Assembly district 22
Assembly district 23
Assembly district 24
Assembly district 25
Assembly district 26
Assembly district 27
Assembly district 28
Assembly district 29
Assembly district 30
Assembly district 31
Assembly district 32
Assembly district 33
Assembly district 34
Assembly district 35
Assembly district 36
Assembly district 37
Assembly district 38
Assembly district 39
Rensselaer County
Richmond County
Assembly district 60
Assembly district 61
Assembly district 62
Assembly district 63
Rockland County
Saint Lawrence
Saratoga County
Assembly district 
106
Assembly district 
109
Assembly district 
110
Assembly district 
112
Assembly district 113
Schenectady County
Schoharie County
Schuyler County
Seneca County
Steuben County
Suffolk County
Assembly district 1

Assembly district 2
Assembly district 3
Assembly district 4
Assembly district 5
Assembly district 6
Assembly district 7
Assembly district 8
Assembly district 9
Assembly district 10
Assembly district 11
Sullivan County
Tioga County
Tompkins County
Ulster County
Warren County
Washington County
Wayne County
Westchester County
Assembly district 87
Assembly district 88
Assembly district 89
Assembly district 90
Assembly district 91
Assembly district 91
Assembly district 93
Assembly district 99
Wyoming County
Yates CountyMaps
Assembly District
Congressional District
Senate District

DEMOCRATIC VOTER LISTS
The following links are the official petition format for filing as a committeeman, election law and important dates.
Please note that the petitions are legal size (8½” × 14”):

Important: Before clicking on your County Voter List below please read the instructions above!

The more densely populated counties are broken down into Assembly districts.

Albany County
Assembly district 104
Assembly district 106
Assembly district 108
Assembly district 109
Allegany County
Bronx County
Assembly district 72
Assembly district 74
Assembly district 76
Assembly district 77
Assembly district 78
Assembly district 79
Assembly district 80
Assembly district 81
Assembly district 82
Assembly district 83
Assembly district 84
Assembly district 85
Assembly district 86
Broome County
Cattaraugus County
Cayuga County
Chautauqua County
Chemung County
Chenango County
Clinton County
Columbia County
Cortland County
Delaware County
Dutchess County
Assembly district 100
Assembly district 101
Assembly district 102
Assembly district 103
Assembly district 91
Assembly district 96
Assembly district 97
Assembly district 99
Erie County
Assembly district 140
Assembly district 141a
Assembly district 141b
Assembly district 142
Assembly district 143
Assembly district 144
Assembly district 145
Assembly district 146
Assembly district 148
Essex County
Franklin County
Fulton County
Genesee County
Greene County
Hamilton County
Herkimer County
Jefferson County
Kings County
Assembly district 21
Assembly district 37
Assembly district 40
Assembly district 41
Assembly district 42
Assembly district 43
Assembly district 44
Assembly district 45
Assembly district 46
Assembly district 47
Assembly district 48
Assembly district 49
Assembly district 50
Assembly district 51
Assembly district 52a
Assembly district 52b
Assembly district 53
Assembly district 54
Assembly district 55
Assembly district 56a
Assembly district 56b
Assembly district 57a
Assembly district 57b
Assembly district 58
Assembly district 59
Assembly district 60
Lewis County
Livingston County
Madison County
Monroe County
Assembly district 
130
Assembly district 
131
Assembly district 
132
Assembly district 
133
Assembly district 
134
Assembly district 
135
Assembly district 139
Montgomery County
Nassau County
Assembly district 10

Assembly district 12
Assembly district 13
Assembly district 14
Assembly district 15
Assembly district 16
Assembly district 17
Assembly district 18
Assembly district 19
Assembly district 20
Assembly district 21
New York County
Assembly district 28
Assembly district 31
Assembly district 37
Assembly district 64
Assembly district 65
Assembly district 66a
Assembly district 66b
Assembly district 67a
Assembly district 67b
Assembly district 68a
Assembly district 68b
Assembly district 69a
Assembly district 69b
Assembly district 70a
Assembly district 70b
Assembly district 71
Assembly district 72
Assembly district 73
Assembly district 74a
Assembly district 74b
Assembly district 75a
Assembly district 75b
Niagara County
Assembly district 138
Assembly district 139
Assembly district 140
Assembly district 142
Assembly district 148
Oneida County
Onondaga County
Assembly district 119
Assembly district 120
Assembly district 121
Assembly district 124
Assembly district 129
Ontario County
Orange County
Assembly district 95
Assembly district 96
Assembly district 97
Assembly district 98
Assembly district 100
Orleans County
Oswego County
Otsego County
Putnam County
Queens County
Assembly district 22
Assembly district 23
Assembly district 24
Assembly district 25
Assembly district 26
Assembly district 27
Assembly district 28
Assembly district 29
Assembly district 30
Assembly district 31
Assembly district 32
Assembly district 33
Assembly district 34
Assembly district 35
Assembly district 36
Assembly district 37
Assembly district 38
Assembly district 39
Rensselaer County
Richmond County
Assembly district 60
Assembly district 61
Assembly district 62
Assembly district 63
Rockland County
Assembly district 92
Assembly district 93
Assembly district 94
Assembly district 95
Assembly district 96
Assembly district 97
Saratoga County
Schenectady County
Schoharie County
Schuyler County
Seneca County
Saint Lawrence County
Steuben County
Suffolk County
Assembly district 1

Assembly district 2
Assembly district 3
Assembly district 4
Assembly district 5
Assembly district 6
Assembly district 7
Assembly district 8
Assembly district 9
Assembly district 10
Assembly district 11
Sullivan County
Tioga County
Tompkins County
Ulster County
Warren County
Washington County
Wayne County
Westchester County
Assembly district 87
Assembly district 88
Assembly district 89
Assembly district 90
Assembly district 91
Assembly district 92
Assembly district 93
Assembly district 99
Wyoming County
Yates County

Maps
Assembly District
Congressional District
Senate District

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