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Total Recall Evolves Into ReclaimCDA

JEROME A. POLLOS/Press

Jeff and Pam Tyler stand under their umbrella as supporters of a recall of Coeur d'Alene's mayor and half of the city council chant outside of city hall Wednesday. (Jerome Pollos)
JEROME A. POLLOS/Press Jeff and Pam Tyler stand under their umbrella as supporters of a recall of Coeur d'Alene's mayor and half of the city council chant outside of city hall Wednesday. (Jerome Pollos)

Blast from the Past: In this Coeur d'Alene Press file photo from April 2012, Jeff and Pam Tyler stand under their umbrella as supporters of a recall of Coeur d'Alene's mayor and half of the city council chant outside of city hall Wednesday. (Press photo: Jerome A. Pollos)

Item: Reclaim Coeur d'Alene PAC is formed/Coeur d'Alene Press

More Info: Recall CdA's organizer has formed a political action committee for the November city elections. Frank Orzell, who led the Recall CdA effort, formed the new committee, Reclaim Coeur d'Alene. He said in a press release Tuesday the group will provide information on relevant issues through its website and public events for direct interaction with candidates. "We are in the process of identifying potential candidates for voter consideration. Qualified individuals willing to step up to the challenge should make themselves known to the group by email." (Jerome A. Pollos Coeur d'Alene Press photo of Decline To Sign's Jennifer Drake encountering a RecallCDA protester last spring)

Question: So does Orzell want to reclaim Coeur d'Alene of six or seven years ago when he arrived in town? Or reclaim it as it was in the 1990s? Or rebuild the softball fields & American Legion Field on McEuen? What?




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