Pima County's election fraud case yields documentary

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September 10, 2009

PIMA COUNTY, Arizona: A documentary made to highlight events surrounding a recent election fraud case in Arizona will premiere on September 16, 2009 in Pima County. The film follows the case of a $2 billiion bond transportation measure that was passed under "suspicious circumstances."

The film is described as a "true detective story" in which investigator John Brakey investigates elections division personnel and dissects specific areas of a lawsuit filed as a result of the alleged election fraud. According to Brakey, in a dialogue with county supervisors: "This is not about just Pima County. It's about our country." [1]

One local website has called the film "an inspiring story about citizens fighting to regain the integrity of elections, citizens who share the ultimate goal of election transparency."

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* History of Initiative & Referendum in Arizona

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