State senator Linda Gray’s district is invaded by the RINO Patrol

March 15, 2011

The Arizona Republican Party’s platform clearly states that it is against the use of photo radar, yet Linda Gray continues to vote in favor of it. She voted no to both SB 1352 and SCR 1029, which would abolish the use of photo radar.

SCR 1029 would require a citizens’ vote to enact the ban and it passed the AZ Senate last week. Will the AZ House Republicans do the right thing and vote to ban the dangerous money making scam run by ATS and Redflex of Australia?

The volunteers who put fliers up in District 10, which is in Glendale, sent in a copy of the flyer and a little video.

Enjoy!

Also, here’s a little challenge to our democrat supporters: Not one of your reps in the Senate voted in favor of SB 1352 and only Kyrsten Sinema voted for SCR 1029. Please contact democrat members of the House and let them know you want ALL the cameras to come down and deserve to vote on it.

Yes on SCR 1029!


Arizona senators using a Redflex lobbyist’s false arguments

March 4, 2011

Just as many members of the US House and Senate don’t understand the constitution, it seems many members of Arizona legislature have the same struggles with our state version.

The argument against SB1352, the Photo Radar Prohibition Bill most used by the Republicans who voted against it seems to be coming straight from Redflex: “The state shouldn’t tell the cities what to do.”

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SB1352 Fails in Senate 15-15

March 2, 2011

The early returns are in on SB1352 and it’s not what we were hoping for. The worst part about this vote is how many republicans violated their own party platform and voted with the democrats to continue the shredding of your constitutional rights. Every single Democrat voted no if you’re scoring at home.

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