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Elections Integrity Activist, Attorney Bill Risner

Will Your Vote Count?

OCCUPIED TUCSON CITIZEN The corporate sponsored red blue show is on.  Polls, debates and campaign ads dominate the news cycles.  Millions will vote November 6. And who counts the votes?  Nobody does in Pima County.  Bill Reisner speaks with Disimone and Higgins on Wake Up Tucson about his six year battle to take away Pima […]

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Election Fraud? True or False: Flush it Down the Memory Hole

OCCUPIED TUCSON CITIZEN Most of you no doubt remember the controversy surrounding the implementation of electronic voting terminals. Most famously, Diebold voting machines are believed by many to have helped fix the 2004 presidential election in Ohio. For years elements in the Democratic party took a lead in exposing the security problems with these machines, […]

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Arizona Election Fraud: “In the Spirit of Cooperation, Let’s Not Look Into the Past”

OCCUPIED TUCSON CITIZEN? By “taking the matter under advisement”, Judge Kyle Bryson kicked the can a little farther down the road last Monday and further postponed the hearing granted to the Libertarian Party by the appellate courts for prospective relief in rigged elections.  Litigation was prompted by the discovery of suspicious activity surrounding the 2-billion […]

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Map of Tucson with areas of Casas Adobes, Catalina Foothills, and Tanque Verde highlighted

Annexing Unincorporated Tucson

OCCUPIED TUCSON CITIZEN While a number of factors contribute to Tucson’s shortfall in revenue, the single, major factor is that the regions of the Catalina Foothills, Casas Adobes, and Tanque Verde have evaded annexation. This results in loss of revenue (as the approximately 300,000 residents in unincorporated Tucson are misallocated for state shared revenue), poor […]

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