Paul Houston from the National Motorist Association agrees with the need to get rid of both the red-light cameras and the photo radar vans.
Houston is so opposed to the cameras he occasionally stands on the sidewalk nearby holding up signs and warning drivers who are about to pass by.
“The support for it cuts across party, age, gender, economic status, everything. People all over the spectrum think this is bad I want to get rid of it,” Houston said.
For Houston, the cameras are another example of government surveillance getting out of hand.
“Our rights are being violated by this thing,” he said. “This is ridiculous. We get our picture taken everywhere we go, and I just feel like this is something I could take a stand on.”