Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Is There an End to the Election-Integrity Kerfuffle? Probably Not.

Posted By on Wed, Apr 9, 2008 at 5:23 PM

Could a memorandum issued by Pima County Chuck Huckelberry on April 3 signal the end to the great Pima County election integrity debate?

Probably not, since the Pima County Democrats go back to court on April 21 in a two-hour hearing that determines if the party gets remaining election data files it requested through its attorney Bill Risner. Risner’s request for attorneys fees from the December 2007 trial also remains a contentious issue between the county and Democrats.

As promised in this week's Skinny, here's a copy of Huckelberry's April 3 memo along with pages of supporting documentation regarding new election procedures and security methods the county administrator has directed the Elections Division to begin.

Open wide. It's a mouthful. You can also read it at www.pima.gov.

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