Paradise Valley Election Day Signature Gathering


Election day is rapidly approaching and working the polls is a great opportunity to collect signatures from Paradise Valley’s registered voters. We did this for the primary election and now it’s time to get out for the general election. For Paradise Valley we need about 1150 valid signatures.

IN ADDITION TO COLLECTING SIGNATURES – we will ask voters to collect signatures for us and give them signature sheets with instructions to mail in to us to help multiply our efforts.

Details are on the Meetup page. Please visit the page and RSVP ASAP!

17 Responses to Paradise Valley Election Day Signature Gathering

  1. Sure says:

    Wyoming Rep. Lummis: Estate tax rise has some planning death

    http://trib.com/news/state-and-regional/article_d826231c-ae29-576b-b23a-13bb9c16dcdc.html

    Me thinks some parents better watch their backs.

  2. Sure says:

    PRIVATE speed camera operators will be paid incentives based partly on the number of drivers they help to prosecute.

    http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/speed-camera-private-cash-bonus/story-e6freuy9-1225945819267

    • My guess is that this is more widespread than we know. Businesses are always trying to give their employees incentives for more production. Why would Redflex or ATS be any different?

      (Don’t put private companies directly in charge of law enforcement, right PV??)

  3. Sure says:

    The night of pranks is upon us:

  4. Everyone remember to vote… 73 times.

  5. Sure says:

    Lol

    “No ma’am.” said Graham. “Based on the mechanics of how the camera operates, unless the suspect was running past at 35 miles an hour with a burning match, the camera wouldn’t have gotten it.”

    I was wondering the other day why people in other countries burn the cameras, but people in America don’t.

  6. Sure says:

    End of Liberty Video

  7. Sure says:

    HOUSTON (AP) – A group urging Houston voters to reject the city’s use of red-light cameras is filing an open records lawsuit. It filed the suit after the city refused of release monthly reports on accident rates. Critics of the cameras say they don’t think they make intersections any safer.

    http://www.ktbb.com/post/?p=49018

  8. photoradarscam says:

    Cameras coming down in Chicago:
    http://www.myfoxchicago.com/dpp/news/metro/speed-enforcement-vans-ticket-tollways-illinois-removed-20101101

    Chicago – You won’t have to worry about getting a $375 speeding ticket in the mail from photo speed enforcement vans on the Illinois Tollway system any more.

    The Chicago Tribune reported that a decline in roadwork has prompted officials to discontinue use of the vans on the Tollways.

    Five such vans are used statewide. Other vans are still in use locally.

    The vans were introduced in the Chicago area four years ago in an effort to reduce work zone accidents and fatalities.

    Results have been mixed.

    • Sure says:

      Well, why would anyone want pay for a friggin toll road just to a $400 ticket? Now, that the vans are on public roads people just might go back to the toll roads.

  9. Sure says:

    WASHINGTON – Two red light cameras in Montgomery County were intentionally set ablaze late Sunday night or early Monday morning, a county fire official said.

    A man driving by the intersection of Quince Orchard Road and McDonald Chapel Drive in Gaithersburg called 911 at around 2 a.m. Monday morning and said the control box for the speed camera was on fire, said Captain Oscar Garcia of the Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service.

    The second control box set on fire is near Kingsview Village on Germantown Road in Germantown.

    Neither camera was still in flames when MCFRS arrived on the scene, but an investigation determined they were set on fire intentionally, Garcia told 630 WMAL News.

    The damage estimate for the two cameras is $80,000, Garcia said. Fire was set to the control boxes that allow the cameras to function.

    http://www.wmal.com/Article.asp?id=2005777

  10. Sure says:

    No toys With Happy Meals Anymore

    The measure will make San Francisco the first major city in the United States to forbid restaurants from offering a free toy with meals that contain more than set levels of calories, sugar and fat.

    http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/2010/11/02/20101102san-francisco-bans-happy-meal-toys.html

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