Shasta County supervisors face second recall effort

Three Shasta County supervisors face a second recall effort and have until May 7 to respond to the elections office.

Posted: Apr 30, 2021 6:00 PM
Updated: Apr 30, 2021 8:26 PM

REDDING, Calif. - A second attempt to recall the Shasta County supervisors is underway, according to Shasta County Clerk and Registrar of Voters, Cathy Darling Allen.

The recall targets supervisors Joe Chimenti, Leonard Moty and Mary Rickert.

On Friday, three proponents served by mail and filed with the Shasta County Elections Office their Notices of Intention to recall the supervisors.

Allen said the three supervisors have until May 7 to file an answer with the Shasta County Elections Office.

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The proponents will have 10 days after the supervisors file their answer to reply with proof of publication of the Notice of Intention and two copies of the blank recall petition to the elections office.

This comes after the first recall effort came to an end after the Notice of Intent published in a newspaper did not include the proponents’ signatures, which did not follow the election code.

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