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* [https://www.auditelectionsusa.org/2012/01/29/more-details-emerge-about-missing-rta-poll-tapes/ AUDIT USA, "More Details Emerge About Missing RTA Poll Tapes", 2012/01/29]
 
* [https://www.auditelectionsusa.org/2012/01/29/more-details-emerge-about-missing-rta-poll-tapes/ AUDIT USA, "More Details Emerge About Missing RTA Poll Tapes", 2012/01/29]
 
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rA0y6OroQGw Jim March Simpson, "The State Of Election Oversight - a message to the current generation of activists(revised)", 2019/08/01] - discusses many suspect elections that he investigated including the rigging of the RTA bond measure, which he describes as a part of the housing bubble that led to the 2008 financial crisis because the RTA was trying to expand roads so that they could build more houses
 
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rA0y6OroQGw Jim March Simpson, "The State Of Election Oversight - a message to the current generation of activists(revised)", 2019/08/01] - discusses many suspect elections that he investigated including the rigging of the RTA bond measure, which he describes as a part of the housing bubble that led to the 2008 financial crisis because the RTA was trying to expand roads so that they could build more houses
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=== RTA background ===
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* [https://www.tucsonlocalmedia.com/news/pima_pinal/article_22ebbd57-637c-56f4-ab9e-69d32d7c9e25.html ''TucsonLocalMedia.com'', "Honea to chair RTA's board during 2009", 2009/02/04]: "Marana Mayor Ed Honea has been chosen as 2009 chair of the Regional Transportation Authority board of directors. Sahuarita Mayor Lynne Skelton is the new vice chair, with Pascua Yaqui Vice Chairman Robert Valencia the new second vice chair, a release said. Other 2009 RTA board members include Pima County Supervisor Ramon Valadez, South Tucson Mayor Jennifer Eckstrom, Tucson Mayor Robert Walkup, Oro Valley Mayor Paul Loomis, Valencia, Tohono O’odham Nation Chair Ned Norris Jr., and Arizona State Transportation board member Si Schorr. The Regional Transportation Authority is the fiscal manager of the $2.1 billion plan approved by Pima County voters in May 2006. It is comprised of representatives from the local jurisdictions in Pima County, including the cities of Tucson and South Tucson, Pima County, the towns of Marana, Oro Valley and Sahuarita, the Pascua Yaqui Tribe and the Tohono O’odham Nation. A representative of the Arizona State Transportation Board also serves on the board."

Latest revision as of 14:28, 12 October 2021

Pre-election polls

Issues

Suspect results

Conflict of interest

Data-mining past results

Memory card failures

Suspicious GEMS activity

Refusal of records requests

Alleged confession

[1][2]

Corrupt investigation

Poll tape discrepancies

[3]

See also

References

  1. Affidavit of Zbigniew Osmolski on 2008/07/08 - states that Bryan Crane confessed to fixing the election
  2. Tucson Weekly, "Count the Votes", 2008/10/23 - more details and corroboration of the Crane confession
  3. Brad Friedman, "EXCLUSIVE: Poll Tapes, Other Evidence Discovered Missing in Long-Disputed, 'Fixed' Arizona Election", 2010/07/14 - numerous poll tapes were missing, and many of those present didn't match the official results

External links

RTA background

  • TucsonLocalMedia.com, "Honea to chair RTA's board during 2009", 2009/02/04: "Marana Mayor Ed Honea has been chosen as 2009 chair of the Regional Transportation Authority board of directors. Sahuarita Mayor Lynne Skelton is the new vice chair, with Pascua Yaqui Vice Chairman Robert Valencia the new second vice chair, a release said. Other 2009 RTA board members include Pima County Supervisor Ramon Valadez, South Tucson Mayor Jennifer Eckstrom, Tucson Mayor Robert Walkup, Oro Valley Mayor Paul Loomis, Valencia, Tohono O’odham Nation Chair Ned Norris Jr., and Arizona State Transportation board member Si Schorr. The Regional Transportation Authority is the fiscal manager of the $2.1 billion plan approved by Pima County voters in May 2006. It is comprised of representatives from the local jurisdictions in Pima County, including the cities of Tucson and South Tucson, Pima County, the towns of Marana, Oro Valley and Sahuarita, the Pascua Yaqui Tribe and the Tohono O’odham Nation. A representative of the Arizona State Transportation Board also serves on the board."