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Federal Elections Commission Complaint Ogle vs Brin (11/5/2020)
http://www.allpartysystem.com/Appeal-response-to-FEC.php (11/9/2020)
http://www.allpartysystem.com/Appeal1-response-to-FEC.php (11/11/2020)
http://www.allpartysystem.com/Appeal1a-response-to-FEC.php (11/21/2020)
http://www.allpartysystem.com/Appeal2-response-to-FEC.php US Government Laws

To: Federal Elections Commission (FEC) (EnfComplaint@fec.gov)
Office of General Counsel
Federal Election Commission
1050 First Street, NE
Washington, DC 20463

From: James O. Ogle [One] for President 2020 ID# C00708008
1213 C Forest Avenue
Pacific Grove, CA 93950
(831) 236-3825
Subject: Complaint vs Google Company PAC

Click here to see 1996 FEC Form 2, FEC-2-7-1996-(4).pdf

See the copies of the original 34 paper ballots cast and kept as proof since 2019:
JPGs of Paper Ballots

Dear Sirs,

Complaint is illegal monopolization of the search and ad markets for political candidates and businesses.
James Ogle ID# C00708008 vs respondent Sergey Brin founder of Google Inc.

James Ogle wants Brin to turn over original records when he announced "I just named my search engine google.com", about one week after Brin derived the name from Ogle's, in James Ogle's conversation in alt.politics.elections on around October 5th 1997.

Brin established the one-party voting system in search clicks (click the "go") where he controls the outcome and which is like a monopolization.

America is a melting pot. The mathematics of the one-party and two-party voting systems are no good.

By using limited voting, only one vote for the two seats US President and Vice President by each Elector, limited voting could have brought semi-proportional representation.

Ranked choice voting (votes using 1,2,3,4,5,etc. or RCV) at-large in the USA brought pure proportional represention (PPR) to the Ogle campaign's message in 1995, and in 2020 the convention's votes were conducted on paper ballots which elected 538 names and about 300 back-ups as submitted to the California Secretary of State, before the 2020 deadline.

Introducing the United Coalition USA, founded by FEC filings in 1995 as "USA Parliament PAC" and now a 539-party system, www.pprelectoralcollege.com.

Sergey Brin used the Ogle name, copied Usenet into Google Groups for his data pool but targeted Ogle's information by deleting thousands of hours of written works, conversations and online voting using "eballots" between 1992 and 1997, and all that while also making deals with one-party insider bosses from the California Green Party where Ogle began the work by running for California Governor as Green Party candidate.

Brin fixed up his search engine (then called "www.backrub.com") to where he could attract search traffic and become successful, beyond what a non-programmer and street artist James Ogle, could ever accomplish as an amatuer programmer and it started around October of 1997.

Urgent measures need to be taken in all elections. The United Coalition USA team was left behind in 1997 with the founding of Google.

The implications for civil rights and gerrymandering are directly affected by PPR and the proper departments should be interested in PPR.

James Ogle would like to make it known that by breaking up Google under antitrust actions will likely only result in still having the same mathematical problems on smaller scales.

The actions by Sergey Brin and Google, Inc. have affected the first political and business who had direct experience with them in 1997.

When our founder Marcus Denoon [Pot] was unelected as first Prime Minister, he served as Health and Human Services Minister and all that data was deleated, but these issues are still of great concern today.

On one hand we are flattered that Google started this way but on the other hand there was damage done for our cause in elections.

James Ogle for US President 2020 and the All Party System Co. are seeking punitive damages and corrections for both political and business repercussions caused by Google Company and this is a crisis situation in all elections that use one-party and two-party voting systems.

Our intent is to help improve all elections with a real democratically legit voting system but unfortunately Sergie Brin brought one-party system of "click the go", and small political parties and businesses cannot get started when the search is geared to insiders, and new ideas and new people cannot get started in the "winner-takes-all" environment created around our team by Google search.
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Commentary by James Ogle on 11/5/2020

The actions of Sergey Brin and Google, Inc., have affected political parties, independents and businesses negatively, since the company was founded in 1997, and we hope this information about how the founder took my name, my identity as an artist, and using search to target my work they deleted almost all the data that the search results which guided searchers prior to the creation of Google Groups.

By deleting extensive data and by redirecting the search to inferior results from day one, this caused great loss to our team, and for the 25 years that followed.

Our team started with the Environmentalist Party which began around 1983 in Carmel California where we were running candidates for local offices.

By 1993 after the 1993 special Congressional election (CACD17), FEC filings by Kevin Clark [Green] for US Congressional District 17 and myself James Ogle [Environmentalist] for US Congressional District 17, were united as one by closing Green and Environmentalist PACs and opening the new merged team named the "USA Parliament PAC".

See the 5-minute YouTube video by James Ogle for material: Original Old Video from 1995; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tojwq3RWK7g

In around 1995 our team had very much excitement about our candidate Marcus Denoon [Pot] for US President.

We were proudly campaigning worldwide using Usenet and the program DOS even though I wasn't a programmer (I'm a street artist) I was bringing an exciting development of unity in politics under math that we didn't understand until about 15 years later.

Limited voting for bringing the three-party system to two-winner election districts.

We may not have filed the correct papers for the Denoon [Pot] campaign, but I ran for US President myself in 1996 when we learned Denoon had terminal cancer (RIP).

I, James Ogle, filed Form 2 for US President with FEC in 1996 (see attached PDF page 1).

When Google was founded in around October 1997, they were named "Backrub" and people likely had little or no interest in their posts in Usenet (Usenet was before Windows '95 using a program called DOS), and maybe they weren't sure how to get interest in their search engine and to generate some traffic to their search engine too.

While growing at a rate of 10% per month, the internet was changing fast, and quick action was needed to start a successful business there.

While searching the Usenet with his search engine program then called Backrub.com, Sergie Brin picked up my extensive work about our United Coalition USA campaigns ever since Clint Eastwood ran against us for mayor of Carmel in 1986.

In Carmel, Tim Grady [Environmentalist] for mayor, captured the world's attention for our team.

Though Clint Eastwood himself wouldn't speak to the press, Tim Grady did speak to the press on our behalf as candidate for mayor of Carmel. The "Ad Hoc Environmentalist Coalition" gained our first good notoriety worldwide.

As an informal coalition with the Environmentalist Party, we ran for city council in Santa Cruz city council elections in 1992 as four different political parties united as one, while campaigning live online in the Usenet group alt.politics.elections by using DOS. Three years before we were using Windows '95.

I, James Ogle, posted my first single post on Usenet that garnered an incredible amount of publicity, the essay "The Case for ProportionalRepresentation After John Cleese" around 1993 in Usenet group alt.politics.elections.

The 1992 campaign posts in Usenet about our platform was by a volunteer programmer named Cameron Kashani. My own first post is linked here (I apologize if links are broken):
Back-up copy - http://usparliament.org/case4pr.php

In around late September or early October of 1997, Sergie Brin who was the founder and registrar of Google, had a search engine program that he was trying to sell with no luck named "backrub.com".

Brin knew that he knew he needed a spark and with me he got;
1) new domain name
2) eyeballs on his search engine.
3) the new blood of "voting online", which eventually evolved into "click the ad"
4) good artistic talent
5) good political debate

Brin came into my conversation and asked about my personal logo joogle and returned announcing his new domain a week later around October 5th 1997.

That's how google got their name. They used my name and deleted the information of all my thousands of posts. That's like a one-party system with censorship.

What Sergey Brin didn't know was that I, James Ogle, understood the math of the one-party, two party and three-party systems (and up to 539-parties in Electoral College under Droop Quota), and that a reform of all elections worldwide was easily made by making simple math adjustments for counting votes.

One-party system = Many clicks on names/ads, single-winner election districts or many clicks by one person on search for names/ads.
Two-party system = One click for President and one for Vice President, but no more than one click per open seat, must be American-style plurality voting.
Three-party system = Limited voting.

For semi-proportional representation the one click (or "X") is used, and for pure proportional representation consecutive numerals (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,etc.) must be used, and the math is very strict.

Limited voting is where fewer votes are cast than the number of open at-large seats to be elected.
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The USA Parliament Pure Proportional Representation Electoral College in 2020:

United Coalition Vied for Libertarian Nomination in 2020:

Three-party System for US President 2020 video:

All Party System Co., International Bureau (APS-IB) home page in 2020:
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The USA vs Google Antitrust Lawsuit

Our team suggests that corporate governance reform be made on the Tax Act. All corporations should be regulated, so to use pure proportional representation (PPR) in all elections of names to boards, ranked choice voting (RCV) and the single transferable vote (STV).

The USA Parliament's store All Party System Co., has paid our Delaware taxes ahead of time every year, but the vote counting of paper ballots is not very profitable so we remain a privately owned Delaware company based in Ireland.
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The list of states incorrectly using the incorrect math of the one-party system of ranked choice voting (RCV) in single-winner election districts likely includes;
Basalt Colorado, Berkeley California, Eastpointe Michigan, Las Cruces New Mexico, Minneapolis Minnesota, Oakland California, Payson Utah, Portland Maine, San Francisco California, San Leandro California, Santa Fe New Mexico, St. Louis Park Minnesota, St. Paul Minnesota, Takoma Park Maryland, Telluride Colorado, Vineyard Utah and more upcoming implementations.
Source: (FairVote advocates using single-winner one-party system RCV).

It's the same as Congressional Districts under George Washington's Article the First, where we can expand the numbers of each Congressional district to one Elector per 50K votes, but when we keep one person elected per Congressional District we get a two-party system unless limited voting is used.

All single-winner Congressional districts must be eliminated and all Congressional names elected as multiple-winner election districts under limited voting.

Fewer votes than there are seats = limited voting. For example could Congress all vote on five FEC Directors but they each get only one vote and that's limited voting.
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The Correct Math Not Used by Many USA Elections

Everyone's vote goes initially to their 1st choice. If no candidate reached Droop or Hare Quota, then the candidate with the fewest votes is eliminated, and each of his ballots goes to its next choice. This process of elimination and re-distribution continues until all the open seats in the at-large multi-winner election district are filled.

The Sainte-Lague seat allocation
a) Divide the election's total number of votes by the number of seats. This is the first quota.
b) Divide this quota into each candidate's votes, and round off to the nearest who number. That's the candidate's seat allocation.
c) If, due to rounding, this awards a number of seats different from the desired number of seats, then adjust the quota slightly up or down, til, when paragraph b is carried out, it will award the exact number of names to fill all the seats.
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Links to a few of the evidence of James Ogle's filings:

USA Parliament PAC

Also (CA CD#17 in 1993):,
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--James Ogle
(831) 236-3825

First reply from FEC Office on 11/9/2020

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