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12/5/2011List of Public Votes Against Red Light Cameras and Speed Cameras
A comprehensive list of referendum and initiative votes on the use of photo enforcement nationwide. Updated 11/14
A total of 1,052,109 voters across eleven states have gone to the polls to cast a ballot in favor or against the use of photo enforcement. The vast majority have said "no" to red light cameras and speed cameras.
Since 1991, there have been a total of 35 election contests in Arizona, California, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, Ohio, Texas, Washington. With few exceptions, automated ticketing has failed by as much as 86 percent. One city did embrace the use of cameras after uniformed police officers were dispatched to go door-to-door to "encourage" citizens to keep the ticketing system in place.
The following is a comprehensive list of each contest, with the percentage opposed to the use of cameras and links to further information.
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