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Recall Expert Checks Out Lake City

In a Coeur d'Alene Press story today, national recall expert Jason Spivak says Mayor Sandi Bloem and other targeted city elected officials would have a better chance of surviving recall election if it was held on Nov. 6 rather than Aug. 28: "That's because an August election would see lower than normal voter turnout, and the petition gatherers have already proven they're motivated enough to go to the polls. In a presidential election - Nov. 6 - more people will be casting votes for incumbents anyway, and that higher turnout could be more likely to vote in favor of the targeted city incumbents." This, of course, if another valid signatures were gathered to trigger a recall election. More here.

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