Below are links to two articles by the Tucson Weekly just out
“At a trial beginning Tuesday, Dec. 4, attorney Bill Risner is expected
to paint an extremely unflattering portrait of internal security within
The right of “We THE PEOPLE” to access a computer database is pivotal to
the upcoming three day trial, December 4-6, /Pima County Democratic Party vs.
the Board of Supervisors.
Our elections must rest on verification, NOT blind trust. Until now, no
one has been asking questions or holding the election department accountable.
Public access to information reduces temptations for
insiders to cheat during high stakes elections.
If “WE THE PEOPLE” prevails in this important case, the decision will set
an important precedent that it is vital for “WE THE PEOPLE” to be able to
analyze the electronic “debris” left over from high-tech voting – going all the
way back to the year 2000.
William ‘Bill’ Risner Esq., the Pima County Democratic Party, its
Election Integrity Committee (PCDP-EIC) and AUDIT-AZ is fighting for the
people’s right to see that elections are conducted transparently and fairly so
that we can lay to rest doubt about anyone’s motives or actions.
Margaret Mead was right: "Never doubt that a small group of
thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing
that ever has"
Be a committed citizen and stand with us and ‘Bill Risner’ in Court:
Tuesday; December 4th, 2007 at 8:30 a.m.
Pima County Superior
Michael Miller 6th Floor
Hope, Peace and Democracy,
John R Brakey