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Arizona City Fire District Board of Directors recall, Arizona (2014)

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An effort to recall three members of the Arizona City Fire District Board of Directors from their positions was launched in October 2013. The effort was launched by Ed Hill and John Trainor.[1] Targeted members include: William Bailey, Chairman Betty Harding and James Leary.

The recall effort was launched following a 3 to 2 vote to remove Paul Sabel as fire chief. The three board members that voted in favor of removing Sabel were targeted in the recall.[2][3]

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Recall supporters had a total of 120 days to collect a minimum of 440 signatures for each of the board members, a total of 1,320 for all three targeted members.[4]

Under the law, even if sufficient signatures are collected to trigger an election, candidates can also file to run for office. State law requires that such elections take place at the next consolidated election, August 26, 2014. If the recall effort succeeds, the recalled board members will be required to run again before their terms expire.[5]

Supporters of the recall turned in signatures by the February 20, 2014, deadline, claiming they had more than the required number to trigger the recall vote. If enough valid signatures are validated, a recall election will be held on August 26, 2014.[4]

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