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Sunday, February 12, 2006

Put Pressure on Senator Huppenthal!!!

IF YOUR VOTE IS STOLEN IN AZ IN NOV 2006
(and it will be if the Election Reform bill is not passed)
DEMOCRACY WILL BE DEAD IN ARIZONA!!!

Could you email to your group, friends and family about the AZ Election Reform bill, SB 1557? If the bill is not heard tomorrow, February 13,
it will be DEAD! So we must email, fax and call Senator Huppenthal
who is blocking the bill and will not allow it to be heard in "his"
Arizona Senate Judiciary Committee.

We are getting desperate to get letters written and phone calls
made to get SB 1557 heard so a fair election will be held in
November 2006! Once the bad touch screen voting machines
are installed (they are already ordered) you can kiss fair
counting of ballots in AZ goodbye! Everything will be lost!

The last Senate Judiciary Committee hearing date is next
Monday, February 13 at 1 PM. If it is not heard then,
the bill is DEAD! So we must email and call Huppenthal
this weekend and Monday AM! Please help us keep our
vote safe! We hope those who can get away will come join
us at that meeting on February 13, 1 PM at 1700 W. Washington St,
Phoenix. Park free to the east of 17th Ave & then walk
to Senate hearing room 1 on the west side of 17th Ave.
Call with questions 602-870-4714 Joy until 12 noon Mon.
and on Saturday and Sunday, call 2 - 10 PM.

****************WE NEED HELP NOW********************

*******************PLEASE******************************

***********CALL***********FAX***********EMAIL********

*****JOIN US AT THE SENATE ON MONDAY AT 1 PM******

THE NEXT ELECTION WILL BE STOLEN, IF WE DON'T ALL PULL TOGETHER !

This is the bill if you want to take a look see.

Contact Senator Huppenthal Tell him Senate bill(SB)1557 must be heard and that touch screen voting machines should not be used. Tell him you want a PAPER TRAIL!

1 Comments:

At 8:05 AM, Blogger State Senator John Huppenthal said...

State Senator John Huppenthal: SB1557 was successfully passed. Senator Johnson who introduced the bill gave my amendments credit for getting the negotiation started which were successful at gaining the votes needed to pass the bill.

 

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