Friday, September 12, 2014

New Mexico: Impossible recall law leads to no confidence ordinance

Alamogordo City Commissioners passed a law allowing for no confidence against city officials, something that seems to have erupted over eight hostile work environment claims filed against the mayor.  

 This is a particularly useful point:

Hernandez said the process of a recall election is almost impossible to get accomplished due to the amount of signatures that had to be submitted and the amount of action required to be taken. He pointed out the difficulty of recall elections made it hard to hold a commissioner accountable.

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