Friday, September 13, 2013

California: Lassen Supervisor loses recall vote

Lassen Supervisor Jack Hanson was kicked out in a recall on Tuesday with 62% against him (928 total votes. Hanson was first elected in 2003. The issue was a vote to fire an Administrative Officer and some other nebulous issues.

Only 634 people voted in the replacement race (only one candidate there).

The controversial recall campaign was launched over two years ago and involved two attempts to qualify for an election. After Bustamante rejected the second petition because some signatures were on an improper form, a judge ordered her to accept them.

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