SCR 1029 – A Citizens Vote to Ban Redflex and ATS from AZ Streets/Intersections


This hat is always a perfect fit for AZ legislators

Last summer, Campaign for Liberty activists walked up to Governor Jan Brewer’s office with over 130,000 signatures from Arizona citizens who wanted to ban photo ticketing across the entire state. Every major media outlet in Phoenix was there as well and the Gov gave us all the cold shoulder.

SCR 1029, which will be voted on by the AZ Senate next week, gives Arizonans the vote on a photo ticketing ban that they deserve. It has the same exact wording as SB 1352, which failed by 1 vote to pass the senate last Wednesday.

Make sure to contact your senators today and tell them to do the right thing and vote YES on SCR 1029.

AZ Senate email list:

paboud@azleg.gov, sallen@azleg.gov, fantenori@azleg.gov, nbarto@azleg.gov, nbarto@azleg.gov,  abiggs@azleg.gov, sbundgaard@azleg.gov, ocajerobedford@azleg.gov, rcrandall@azleg.gov, adriggs@azleg.gov, sgallardo@azleg.gov, rgould@azleg.gov, lgray@azleg.gov, ggriffin@azleg.gov, jjackson@azleg.gov, lklein@azleg.gov, llandrum@azleg.gov, llopez@azleg.gov, jmccomish@azleg.gov, amelvin@azleg.gov, rmeza@azleg.gov, rmurphy@azleg.gov, jnelson@azleg.gov, rpearce@azleg.gov, spierce@azleg.gov, mreagan@azleg.gov, dschapira@azleg.gov, dshooter@azleg.gov, ksinema@azleg.gov, stevesmith@azleg.gov, syarbrough@azleg.gov

12 Responses to SCR 1029 – A Citizens Vote to Ban Redflex and ATS from AZ Streets/Intersections

  1. cheryl chase says:

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  2. Stacey says:

    Tea Party Working with Victorville to End Redflex Contract

    CameraFRAUD.com

    Phoenix, AZ
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    Welcome to CameraFRAUD. We are united in our effort to get rid of every speed camera, red light camera, and photo radar van here in Arizona and across the country. We were suc…

    Check out this Meetup Group →

  3. NewRomeSucks says:

    I’ve never understood why there is an 11 mph grace for photo-speeding tickets, but ZERO grace on red lights. I suspect even a half-second grace period would bankrupt ATS and RedFlex.

  4. 4409 says:

    Of course it failed to pass the senate by 1 vote…LOL

    ahhhhhhh and here is where the early voting scam comes in to play…..LMAO

    Good luck…🙂

  5. B says:

    I would’ve much preferred the legislature doing its job and banning the photo radar industry as a whole. Instead, IF the Senate passes this, then there’ll be an onslaught of pro-camera commercials.

    This will be their Alamo – Arizona – ATS’s HOME BASE – and they’ll throw EVERY PENNY THEY HAVE into a campaign of misinformation. THEN, if they actually win, will use their narrow victory as a springboard for the rest of the country.

    I truly hope I’m wrong, but that’s how it could easily play out…

  6. Stacey says:

    North Carolina Considers Criminalizing, Expanding Traffic Camera Use

    Competing bills in the North Carolina legislature would make photo enforcement a criminal offense, or expand its use

    http://www.thenewspaper.com/news/34/3423.asp#source

  7. PROLynnwood says:

    We recently met with failure here in Washington state, but public displeasure with photo enforcement extortion cameras is steadily mounting.

    I’m not surprised to see it failed by one vote – politicians posturing on this issue are reminiscent of a high school play; it’s a foregone conclusion that they’ve been bought and paid for by the camera corporations and will gleefully sell out the public. The only way to put an end to it is to put an end to their careers by voting them out. Sadly it’s a long-term project and many innocent people will suffer in the interim.

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