If Coeur d’Alene feels like a city divided, it is, according to CDAPress.com’s most recent poll. A majority (44 percent) of this paper’s online readers who voted said they will not sign the petitions that seek a recall election. However, a large minority (39 percent) said they will put their names on the documents seeking to put the referendum before voters in November. When asked whether they will sign the petitions calling for a recall election of Coeur d’Alene City Council members Mike Kennedy, Woody McEvers, Deanna Goodlander and Mayor Sandi Bloem, here’s how readers responded: 854 voters (38 percent) said “Yes” 981 voters (44 percent) said “No” 56 voters (3 percent) said “Undecided” More here.
Question: Do you expect percentage of opposition to recall to go up as Stop the Recall gets organized and is able to combat strong opening push by Souza-Sims-Orzell & Co?