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Sunday, June 01, 2008

Prevent the Appeal




Tuesday June 3, 2008 9AM
130 W. Congress St., Hearing Room, 1st Fl.

On Tuesday the Pima County Board of Supervisors is scheduled to decide in secret session with County attorneys whether to APPEAL Judge Miller’s decision to grant the Pima County Democratic Party electronic election databases going back to 1998.

Demand ACCOUNTABILITY! Call the BOS on Monday to tell them “NO” The Board has already spent too much the public’s money arguing against releasing public records. The County’s “delusional defense” did not stand up in court. View the videos posted at http://arizona.typepad.com/blog/election_integrity/index.html

Ann Day, District 1
(520) 740-2738

Ramón Valadez, District 2
(520) 740-8126

Sharon Bronson, District 3
(520) 740-8051

Ray Carroll, District 4
(520) 740-8094

Richard Elías, Chairman, District 5
(520) 740-8126

For More Details about Tuesday’s meeting read Tucson Citizen article below

County to discuss ruling to release vote databases


Tucson Citizen

Pima County officials may decide Tuesday whether to appeal a Superior Court judge's ruling last week ordering the release of electronic vote databases to the Pima County Democratic Party.

The Board of Supervisors will meet with county attorneys in secret session to discuss the issue. Part of the discussion will be a ruling by Superior Court Judge Michael Miller awarding $228,000 for legal fees to attorneys representing the Democrats because they were successful in the legal dispute involving the databases.

Supervisors also will consider a motion by board Chairman Richard Elías to create a sister city relationship between the county and Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico, to improve commerce and relations between the two communities.

Elías said residents of both communities regularly interact culturally and in business.

Pima County residents vacation on beaches in the Mazatlan area, while residents from that city come to Tucson and contribute to the local economy.



Pima County Board of Supervisors’ Meeting
130 W. Congress St., Hearing Room, 1st Fl.
June 3, 2008 9:00 a.m.


Public discussion and action may occur on the executive session items listed below during the regularly scheduled meeting.

D. Pursuant to A.R.S. §38-431.03(A)(3) and (4), for legal advice and direction regarding the Democratic Party of Pima County v. Pima County Board of Supervisors, Pima County Superior Court Cause No. C20072073.

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