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ISIS and AlQeada in Juarez, Eminent Threat!!!

Started by Joanne C Daley on Friday. 0 Replies

From a very reliable and credible source,  there is an threat of ISIS and Al Qeada joining forces in Ciudad Juarez and coming across the border.  Louie Gohmert, sitting in for Hannity today, made…Continue

Tags: Paso, Ft, Bliss, El, threat

Red Light Camera Initiative Will Be on The November Ballot!!!!

Started by Joanne C Daley. Last reply by Joanne C Daley Aug 11. 2 Replies

Banning the Red Light Camera’s WILL BE ON THE NOVEMBER BALLOT!!!!Good Morning Patriots:Awesome news!! Robert Montgomery received notification Friday afternoon that the signature verification process…Continue

Tags: Ballot, November, Cameras, Light, Red

And the truth shall set you free!

Started by Douglas Smith. Last reply by Joanne C Daley Aug 6. 1 Reply

Watch it and know!Thanks to Clash Daily for the video: …Continue

Rep. Gosar CD5 Follows Up On Immigration Crisis, Border Crisis Committee

Started by Joanne C Daley. Last reply by j fredenburgh Aug 2. 1 Reply

Both Reps Matt Salmon and Paul Gosar have taken trips to the Central American States (that term seems to confuse Pelosi) to assess and research the cause for the influx of Central Americans to the…Continue

Tags: write, call, Crisis, Border, Salmon

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Katie Miller replied to Joanne C Daley's discussion Cochise Not the Only County With Ballots Left in the group Election 2014 - Win or Go Home
"Meant to comment on the PEVL ballots.  I think unless you have a reason that you are unable to go to the polls you need to not receive a ballot. If most of them are not returned then the people are not interested in voting anyway.  The box…"
5 hours ago
Katie Miller replied to Joanne C Daley's discussion Cochise Not the Only County With Ballots Left in the group Election 2014 - Win or Go Home
"spoke to Toney King tonight. They show him up by 45 votes but he won't be sure until they certify the vote. Suggested he ask for a hand count of ballots."
5 hours ago
Joanne C Daley added a discussion to the group Election 2014 - Win or Go Home
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Cochise Not the Only County With Ballots Left

Seems that many counties were not able to count all their ballots on election day. The problem once again is the mail in ballots that are NOT mailed in or mailed in at the last minute.   It is time to STOP the PEVL 's.  If you absoutely do NOT need to send in an early ballot then cancel your early ballot now and go to the polls on election day!!From MCRC Updates:Arizona’s Counties Continue To Tabulate Ballots from the 2014 Primary Election. The following table details the ballots left to be…See More
6 hours ago
Katie Miller posted an event

Benson/St David Tea Party at Benson Community Center

September 20, 2014 from 10am to 12pm
We have invited Sheriff Dannels to give us an update on the County situation.  Will update as soon as I have confirmation.Clerk of Superior Court Mary Ellen Dunlap will join us speaking about her race for re-election.Will have an update hopefully on what happened in Cochise County Elections Department on Aug 26th. Update on Candidates for state races that were decided in the Primary.See More
15 hours ago
Katie Miller replied to Joanne C Daley's discussion FYI - These are the Movers and Shakers in the group Immigration Legal and Illegal
"Hurrah for Steve King and Jeff Sessions.  Too bad we don't have anyone from a border state weighing in on this with a LOUD voice.  That is why we need Gabby Mercer in Congress. I would love to say that is why we need McSally but…"
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Rosemarie Sangals is attending Joanne C Daley's event

Fighting for America Dennis Michael Lynch at Uptown 3 Theater

September 30, 2014 from 6pm to 9pm
Fighting for America  a film by Dennis Michael Lynchtickets will be available early and we will post the cost and how to order tthe tickets  as soon as we know.Mark your calendar so you don't forget.See More
17 hours ago
j fredenburgh replied to Joanne C Daley's discussion FYI - These are the Movers and Shakers in the group Immigration Legal and Illegal
"sounds like we only have two allies"
19 hours ago

Blog Posts

HUDs NEW RULES AND CDBG GRANTS - COMBINATION TO TERMINATION OF PRIVATE PROPERTY RIGHTS

Posted by Joanne C Daley on August 11, 2014 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

The Sierra Vista City Council will be deciding whether to apply for CDBG grants now that Sierra Vista is a new "entitlement" city, at a special meeting Tuesday, August 12th at 3pm. HUD's new rules intend to erase all zoning codes in every community that takes CDBG funds. Cities that do not comply will jeopardize their funding but not right now.  HUD will wait until there are years worth of projects in various stages of completion and then will pull the…

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The Radical Transformation of America; what can we do?

Posted by Ken Moyes on July 18, 2014 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

The Radical Transformation of America;

what can we do? Copyright 2014

An essay by Ken Moyes

Amateur Constitutionalist

July 18, 2014

 

Recently, I found myself alone at home and thinking about what has happened to our country, our Constitution, and soon our way of life.  I fell…

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Cochise College Property Taxes are being raised more than they are supposed to

Posted by mike compton on June 6, 2014 at 5:32pm 0 Comments

Please check your property tax statements for 2011, 2012, and 2013. 

In 2011 my Cochise College property taxes were $380.29.  Per Cochise College's Truth in Taxation Statement these taxes were supposed to be raised by 2%.  My 2012 Cochise College property taxes were $394.23 an increase of 3.65%.  If my Cochise College property taxes were raised by 2% (2011 amount x 1.02) they would have been $387.90.  My taxes were increased…

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Water Conservation - 'save the river'? Look at real solutions not 'feel good' regulations

Posted by j fredenburgh on January 11, 2014 at 9:30pm 0 Comments

Letter to the Editor:

 

I read the recent ‘SV Herald View’ with regards to County water regulations.

 

Let me provide a different perspective.

 

The concern voiced is for the San Pedro River.  If the goal of water conservation is the preservation of the river, then let’s look at some facts and use those to…

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PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS -- MESS!!!

Sen. Lee: ‘From Day One, The Country Was Misled About What Was in The Bill’

June 27, 2013 - 9:20 PM
- See more at: http://cnsnews.com/news/article/sen-lee-day-one-country-was-misled-about-what-was-bill#sthash.35Mjbs8W.dpuf

Sen. Lee: ‘From Day One, The Country Was Misled About What Was in The Bill’

June 27, 2013 - 9:20 PM
- See more at: http://cnsnews.com/news/article/sen-lee-day-one-country-was-misled-about-what-was-bill#sthash.35Mjbs8W.dpuf

STILL UNOFFICIAL

MAYOR:

MUELLER                        3,612

CROSBY                          3,143

COUNCIL:

ASH                                  3,719

MOUNT                            3,204

BLANCHARD                    2,961

Software 'glitch' confounds election

SIERRA VISTA — The interim county elections director and two independent monitors of the elections office believe they may have narrowed down where things went wrong during Tuesday’s Primary Election, which resulted in erroneous data being added to the Secretary of State’s election results.

After the polls close, data is transferred electronically via modem from the ballot counting machines to the elections office. That data is then received and tabulated by an Election Systems & Software program, placed on a thumb drive, transferred from the thumb drive to a server, which then sends the data on to the state.

“Somehow, when the information on the server went to the state elections system, that number got corrupted,” said Jim Vlahovich, interim director of the Cochise County Elections Office.

Various checks are in place to ensure the data collected from the polls is accurate.

For instance, as the 49 voting precincts close after voting is complete, poll workers called “inspectors” report over the phone various information about their site, such as the number of voters and the number of provisional and early ballots cast.

That verbal information is then compared to the data being sent electronically by the voting machines.

“When those numbers come in, we check them with the verbal count to make sure they are accurate, and they were,” Vlahovich said.

In addition, a random number of ballot machines were tested by the Secretary of State’s Office on July 29 and ensured that the county’s machines were tabulating votes correctly. The machines also passed the county’s own testing, he said.

Vlahovich did not know if this testing included ensuring that the transfer of data to the Secretary of State’s Office was working correctly.

Elections office staff first noticed that something may be wrong on Tuesday night, when the print out of the results reported an abnormally high voter turnout of 62 percent.

Then, this morning, calls to the elections office prompted further inspection, resulting in the discovery that the server used to transfer the voting data to the state had crashed. Other voting irregularities were also uncovered, such as the voter turnout of Tombstone being higher than the number of registered voters.

So far it is unclear if there is any pattern as to how the results were modified from their actual figures.

In order to ensure an accurate tabulation of the ballots, the memory cards of all 49 precinct voting machines are being sent via helicopter to the Graham County Election Office, which uses the same model of machine as Cochise County and reported no issues on election day.

Cochise County Administrator Mike Ortega, along with elections office staff members Juanita Murray and Martha Reynolds, are also traveling to Graham County, Vlahovich said.

“This is not a people problem. It was not a problem with people getting the wrong ballots, this is a software problem,” said Pat Call of the Cochise County Board of Supervisors. “We are currently doing a forensic examination of the server.”

Call said he continued to have complete confidence in the elections department staff and the overseers brought in to help with the elections, which include Katie Howard, former clerk of the board, and Jodi Klein, former county administrator.

“We know there are a lot of people wanting to know the results and we are doing everything we can to expedite process,” he said. “We have posted some information on our website. We want to let people know we’re working as quickly as possible on it.”

Once the new ballot tabulations are released, they will still not include the approximately 3,100 remaining early and provisional ballots that have yet to be tabulated. That process is expected to last well into Thursday, Vlahovich said.

Jon Johnson, reporter, and David Bell, editor, of the Eastern Arizona Courier newspaper contributed to this story, as did Herald/Review Reporter Shar Porier.

http://www.svherald.com/content/derek-jordan/2014/08/27/388054

Candidate Vetting Committee
RESULTS

The Vetting Committee invited Primary Candidates who are running opposed, to meet and be interviewed for their “jobs” to represent us.** The following represents the candidates who received scores of 80 or more The scores are not endorsements. The scores are an aggregate of the scores of each of the committee members who participated in the vetting process. Not all candidates responded or they declined to be interviewed.

Sierra Vista City Candidates:

Mayor: Tom Crosby 85

Council Craig Mount 87
Tony Wenc 84

State Candidates

House: David Gowan 92
David Stevens 96

Governor: Christine Jones 88
Frank Riggs 97

Congressional Candidates:

CD 2: Shelley Kais 92
Chuck Wooten 89

**Candidates were scored on the following category questions. Each category has 4 or 5 sub clarifying questions.
1. What are your qualifications related to the Office you are seeking? (20 points)
2. Understanding of the Office that you are seeking? (20 points)
3. Core Values (40 points)
4. List the four current issues you believe are most important to move forward with (20 points) For a total list of the questions email: communitysolutions.cerc@yahoo.com

When you go to the polls remember these candidates and give them extra consideration. They took the time to spend with our vetters. They care about YOUR vote.

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BAN RED LIGHT CAMERAS  WILL BE ON NOVEMBER BALLOT

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BAN RED LIGHT CAMERA INITIATIVE WILL

BE ON NOVEMBER BALLOT!!!!

FINAL STEP IS APPROVAL TO PUT THE INITIATIVE ON

THE BALLOT  BY THE CITY COUNCIL 

WHICH WILL TAKE PLACE AT  THE AUGUST 14TH

CITY COUNCIL MEETING 

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SNEAK PEAK OF THE CENTER FOR SELF GOVERNANCE....

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Sen. Lee: ‘From Day One, The Country Was Misled About What Was in The Bill’

June 27, 2013 - 9:20 PM
- See more at: http://cnsnews.com/news/article/sen-lee-day-one-country-was-misled-about-what-was-bill#sthash.35Mjbs8W.dpuf

 

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MONTHLY MEETINGS

CCTP meetings are the second Saturday (POT LUCK) from 3 to 5pm;

Meetings are held at

Cochise County Complex

4001 E Foothills Dr

Sierra Vista

Please check the Events Tab for the latest info on the meetings.

 

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