A courthouse hearing to be held in Pima County, Arizona, tomorrow--Monday, February 23rd--promises to be a signal moment in the struggle for honest elections in the U.S. But there is absolutely no guarantee that this judge will rule the way he ought to, even though the local Republican Party has now thrown its weight behind the demands of the Democrats and Libertarians. So if you live anywhere near Tucson, please try to be in the court room tomorrow to lend your support "-and to get a better idea of what dedicated election-integrity activists in Arizona have been doing on behalf of all Americans.
The time and place of this hearing, together with a short summary of what is at at stake can be found in my latest blog. The most important thing in this post is a link to download Tucson attorney Bill Risner's recent open letter to Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard, which for convenience I also provide here.
I guarantee that Bill Risner is the Tom Clancy of technology-literate election-fraud sleuths--with the big differences that the heroes and villains in Clancy's novels are fictional, whereas the ones you will meet in this 12-page thriller are all too real--and Bill is actually laying out a matrix of evidence here that may yet lead to criminal prosecutions. It's required reading for anyone who has ever enjoyed a Clancy novel and/or who is at all concerned about the fact that some persons currently occupying high offices may have the motive--and appear to be jealously guarding the means and opportunity--to steal our elections electronically.
By the way, if you do visit my blog, please find at the top of the white sidebar to the right of my actual post a widget labeled "Arizona Transparency Project."- In the picture you'll see there are Jim March, Bill Risner, and John Brakey. They are the core of the many Arizonans who have been working day-in and day-out for the past 4 ½ years to clean up our elections--mostly without pay. Bill Risner won't starve--having won about $250,000 in fees and court costs when Judge Michael Miller ruled that Pima County's defense against releasing the FOIA-requested election-computer data bases was delusional. However, John has been working 18 hour days to save our democracy and has held only a few weeks of paying jobs in the past 5 years, and Jim is in the same boat. And whatever happens this Monday in Pima, cleaning up far-more-problematic Maricopa County is the ultimate goal of Arizona Transparency Project--which needs your financial help! So please consider donating to their cause. I did. You can trust Election Defense Alliance (EDA) to direct the full amount of your tax-deductible (501(c)(3)) donations to this project. Just click "Donate"- at the bottom of the widget in my blog, read more about the project, and then follow instructions to donate.