Jack Tamali 
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Re: “Pima County Supe Ally Miller's Aide Claims He Was Victim of Online Impersonation and Did Not Try to Masquerade as a Reporter, But The Story Seems Less Than Credible

From Miller's Facebook page:

Our crack reporters have done another bang up job...smearing the name of a 19 year old young man who works on my staff. He was accused of contacting candidates etc. I know the name and phone number of the individual who did this and I have filed an FBI cybercrimes report as has my staff member. This individual has committed federal crimes. He wasn't quite as smart as he thought he was. I will keep you updated and hope to see this loser prosecuted. Oh and as for the media who put these reports out on a 19 year old kid. You ought to be ashamed!

It better not be Nintzel!

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Posted by Jack Tamali on 05/20/2016 at 10:13 PM

Re: “Pima Supe Ally Miller Has a Republican Primary Challenger

Astroturf pr gallery aside, Miller is typically right on when it comes to abuse of public funding and projects designed for the wealthy few at the expense of everyone else. Now they want to take out second mortgages of various public buildings so rich people can hop a ride into the upper atmosphere for a cool $75,000. Those who voted for this boondoggle should be unelected.

http://www.kvoa.com/story/31603183/n4t-inv…

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Posted by Jack Tamali on 04/01/2016 at 10:49 AM

Re: “Pima Supe Ally Miller Has a Republican Primary Challenger

It's the cost of fighting corruption.

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Posted by Jack Tamali on 03/31/2016 at 2:49 PM

Re: “UPDATED: What the Hell Happened in the Arizona Primary Yesterday?

Pima County, AZ was caught trying to rig a bond election last Fall:

John Brakey on Wake Up Tucson: Pima County Tried to Rig Another Bond Election
http://bit.ly/1pKQ0vY

Pima County Elections Director Brad Nelson Appears to Have Lied to KOLD About Last Week's Computer Breach

http://bit.ly/1WMMmfu

They were diddling with the absentee ballots and the same shenanigans appear to be happening nationwide:

Vote-by-Mail and Absentee Ballots Disproportionately Favor Hillary Clinton by Almost 3 to 1

http://bit.ly/1ULz9pr

We only confirm that all of it needs to be checked by physically separating the vote-by-mail ballots by precinct and doing a hand count audit of a significant statistical sample

Here is some background about Pima County's rigged 2-billion dollar bond transportation measure in 2006.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sfk4wcULA-…

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Posted by Jack Tamali on 03/24/2016 at 6:45 PM

Re: “Tucson's Hybrid Election Process in Midst of Court Battle

Makes sense.

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Posted by Jack Tamali on 11/14/2015 at 3:35 PM

Re: “Did County Supervisor Ally Miller Lie About Her Own Use of County-Issued Vehicle?

No critical analysis whatsoever of the petty nature behind Huck the Memo King's cursory tax investigation that somehow concludes that Ally Miller has committed tax fraud. Since when does the bureaucrat that is answerable to the Board of Supervisors become so comfortable that he thinks it's O.K. to campaign for or against one of his bosses? Looks like retaliation against Ally Miller for actually representing her constituencies instead of the moneyed interests forcing the agendas. If Arizona wasn't so corrupt, someone would find that Huckelberry is abusing his position. As we can see here, you can't count on the Tucson Weekly for any reasonable coverage. Just the establishment drivel.

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Posted by Jack Tamali on 11/10/2015 at 10:07 PM

Re: “Danehy

Yes. Continue to neurologically prune the bambinos with needles. Maybe it will help increase your readership.

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Posted by Jack Tamali on 02/12/2015 at 1:34 PM

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