See the three attached documents that we pulled from the courthouse records and from the Registrar of Voters today. Two of them show that he filed to run for Congress on March 6th under the name “Ammar Campa-Najjar” and that is what erroneously appeared on the ballot just 3 months later. In Document A7 1 he actually lists his name as Ammar Campa.
The other document shows that his LEGAL name up until June 12th, 2018, a full week after the June 5th Primary, was Ammar Yasser Najjar. He should have appeared on the June 5th Primary ballot as Ammar Najjar or Ammar Y. Najjar. Those were his only two legal options to reflect his true name and identity.
We confirmed with the Registrar, Michael Vu, that it is a violation of FEC and state rules to run for Congress or any office under a fake name / alias / nickname, which Ammar clearly did.
In my non-legal opinion, that is election fraud done purposely with the intent to mislead the voters as to the true identity of Candidate Najjar and he should be disqualified from his “Top 2” victory on June 5th and removed from the Nov. 6th ballot. At the very least, every voter in the 50th CD should know that Najjar purposely and knowingly filed false paperwork with the Registrar and lied to the voters in the Primary for political gain – to help create a false “Latino persona”, as opposed to his legal Arab name, to woo voters.
I’ll keep you posted as this hits the media and is reported to the FEC next week. In the meantime, do what you have to do with these smoking gun legal documents and information here.
Ammar Najjar is not the squeaky clean all-American boy he tries to pretend he is in his efforts to get voters in the 50th to vote for him over the embattled Duncan Hunter.
Please reply with any comments or questions. I have other supporting documents for the above documents too.
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