Petition Collection Meeting

Action Alert!


We need people to collect petition signatures. If you are interested, we will be meeting at the Nanini Branch Library on Shannon Rd on Thur, April , 30th @ 6:00PM in the Library conference room.
You must be a registered voter in the State of Arizona and attend a 30 min training session.

We will be collecting signed petitions and hanging out more petitions. Please make sure your petitions are notarized.

Nanini Branch Library
7300 N. Shannon Rd
Tucson, AZ
594-5365

Please RSVP via Email: bill@cameraFRAUD.com.

Join us now…! Stop the insanity! Say No to Photo Radar.  Get involved and take back your government!

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9 Responses to Petition Collection Meeting

  1. Robert White says:

    People wake up, what’s wrong with you, I’m amazed how voters let this happened, what’s next cameras in our toilets. I was born and raised in phoenix but I live in California now, I travel to Phoenix every two weeks or so to visit my relatives and I cannot believe the level of corruption in Arizona’s Government.

    Everybody knows that these cameras are unconstitutional but there they are, and the people that authorized them are laughing at your faces. There’s no doubt these cameras are going down, but here’s a thought, after you get rid of them my advice will be that you go after the elected officials that authorized them in the first place, remember they are “elected” officials they have that power because you gave it to them, and you are the only ones that can take that power away.

    I’m a California voter now, which means I can’t do anything to help in person, but I’ll be more than happy to make a donation to help the cause.

  2. The Thunder says:

    hey Robert,
    did you forget about those of us that want them up? almost 100% of all bills passed never are voted on by the people…. how did they let this happen…cause the majority drive to work and obey the traffic laws..and people really just dont care..this site is a great example… the last post was 2 weeks ago !!

  3. Steve says:

    What’s up with this site? The national site get’s quite a lot of traffic, but this site doesn’t seem to get much at all. I know that people in Tucson are concerned about this issue. How do I know? Well, let me tall ya… =)

    I just got back from circulating petitions at the 4th Ave Street Fair down here in Tucson. I had two sheets filled up in about as much time as it took me to walk from where I parked to the fair and back! Almost everyone I spoke to was willing to sign, and most were actually quite eager (imagine that!).

    Get out there and collect more signatures! It’s easy, and it helps spread the word that the cameras are coming DOWN, baby!

  4. victory for safety says:

    its called apathy steve…. the majority dont have issues with the cameras…. then there are a few that do not like them …these people are not passionate enough against the cameras to do anything but complain about them…. then there are the very very few like you… with your CAMERAFRAUD approved pom poms and your signature pages….. good luck…the cameras are not going anywhere BABY!!!

  5. Mark says:

    I’d like to atttend the petition signing event at the end of April at the Nanini Library. But your notice says the meeting is Thursday, April 30th. Actually, Thursday is the 29th of April. So can you please clarify the date and time??
    BTW, I am all for bringing down all the speed cameras that are located outside the intersections, which are there just to collect revenue for the city. The cameras at the intersections, however, I am in favor of, as I believe they are a deterrent for running red lights. I got notice in the mail that I was exceeding the posted limit on River Road at Country Club. There’s no way the posted limit should be 40 mph there, and the fine of $226.oo is way too excessive. I haven’t gotten a ticket in twenty years, until now–and the bottom line is that with more and more cameras going up, citations will be unavoidable. Everyone–and I mean everyone–speeds, or will speed, inadvertently at one time or another. What’s next, cameras outside our bedroom windows!!?? Frickin’ rediculous!!

  6. cf sucks says:

    golly gee whizz mark!!!! YOU GOT CAUGHT SPEEDING!!!

    so what you are saying is…. its not ok to run red lights…. but god damnit…its ok to speed!!!

    inadvertent? means not paying attention!!! FOR WHATEVER REASONS!!!

    THAT WORD has no busines in a sentence when you just killed or hurt someones loved one cause you were speeding!!!!

    you are a ridiculous moron!!!!

  7. Cathy says:

    Many people tend to be “in favor of” the red light cameras…that is until they get a ticket at Oracle & River. If they do their research, they’ll discover that the left yellow arrows are 33% shorter at Oracle & River than at comparable non-RLC locations (e.g. Oracle & Ina), and the city of Tucson defines the intersection boundary based on a loophole in Arizona law just so they can generate more revenue.

    If you continue your research, you’ll come to realize that while red light running CAN BE super-dangerous (who could argue otherwise?), the vast majority of “violations” at RLC locations occur less than a second after the left arrow turns red and that absolutely nobody is endangered by these drivers. Then you’ll likely conclude that $310 is even more exorbitant than the $226 you got nailed with.

    (Once you really research the red light cameras and how they’re being abused, you’ll likely be just as against them as you are against the speed cams.)

    On another note, I’m not sure whether we’re meeting April 29 or April 30.

  8. cf sucks says:

    yes cathy….. i guess the pro cam crowd are in the minority for wanting the laws enforced..whether it be rape , murder or red light running… in your world you get to make excuses for breaking the law!! i really hope that you do not have to learn the hard way about abuses of traffic laws!!! nothing worse than a life taken cause someone decided their time was more valueable than someones life….. and therefore they were willing to do whatever they wanted….

  9. Cathy says:

    Oops, Mark. My statistic should read “25% shorter”, not 33%. (The non-RLC location left yellow arrows are 33% LONGER.)

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