John Brakey Asks Pima County to Cease Litigation and Allow Publicly Verifiable Elections


Nobody, of course, is holding their breath while Pima County’s Board of Supervisors do the right thing. The second phase of this litigation will likely commence. As this suit continues, Judge Richard Gordon requested from Richard Hernandez’s legal team an amended complaint that includes a records request. “Rocky” Roque De La Fuente has officially joined […]

Judge Richard Gordon Rules in Favor of Preserving Ballot Images in Pima County


A victory for the electorate in Pima County! In Pima County, Judge Richard Gordon ruled in favor of preserving the ballot images. After a lengthy argument by Pima County to destroy the ballot images, Judge Gordon ruled from the bench that those images are public records, that they should be preserved and that ballot images […]

Litigation Over Ballot Images Continues In Pima County Tomorrow Morning


To all, please be in court tomorrow with us tomorrow at 10AM. Clearly the ballot images are part of the official record. These images is what the system counts!  Where: Pima County Superior Court, Judge Richard Gordon’s  Courtroom # 586                 110 W Congress St, Tucson, AZ 85701   Fifth Floor When : Friday,  Oct. 14, 2016 at  10 AM Call  To  Action: All concerned Pima […]

After a Brief Hearing, Pima County Agreed to Preserve the Ballot Images for the Upcoming Litigation


We had a very brief hearing this election day, but Pima County agreed not to destroy the ballot images in the current election until this lawsuit is resolved. Litigation for this case will continue in October, so stay tuned for the date and time of the next hearing. In the interim, we are exploring other […]

Arizona Lawsuit Seeking to Protect Elections Data to Commence on Tuesday


The legal fight to preserve election ballot images is ironically scheduled to commence on election day, this Tuesday, August 30th at 10:00 AM. All are encouraged show support by attending the hearing in Courtroom #568, 110 W. Congress St., Tucson, AZ. Federal and state laws should have kept Pima County from destroying key elections data, […]