We at Tucson Traffic Justice are just as concerned with safety as many citizens of Tucson. There are a number of no-enforcement methods that can be used to improve safety, and we will be suggesting and supporting them. Traffic enforcement cameras that are predatory, represent the worst method of attempting to achieve any safety benefit. Any analysis of the data shows that camera system proponents are far more concerned with revenue than for safety. Finally, Tucson Traffic Justice presented an option to the citizens of Tucson to decide their own future; and unlike the Tucson City Council, we did not "enforce" anything on them.
I would like to see an audit of where the decades and decades of so-called "desegregation" money has gone and what are the claims of success so far. To me, it seems to be a waste of effort, since "Mexican" is not a race, it is a country.
It would seem that in an election as close as this one, the Secretary of State Manual should be followed as close as possible to avoid any legal challenge to the Pima County Elections Department. Pima County should not utilize any "creative" process in counting "questionable" ballots. The election process should be fully transparent and clearly satisfy all Secretary of State guidelines unconditionally. Pima County Elections will have a "credibility crisis" if they proceed in an unconventional manner.
One of our best friends at LAFF's. We will surely miss him.
Tucson is dedicated to serving the poor -- And determined to make us all that way.
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