Kathleen Arciszewski recall (2002)

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An effort to recall Kathleen Arciszewski from her position as county supervisor in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin was launched after she and fellow county board members approved a pension plan that included six and seven-figure pension payouts for certain long-term government employees.[1] She was successfully recalled from her position and was replaced by Paul Cesarz.[2]

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To recall Arciszewski, supporters had to collect valid signatures equal to 25% of the number of persons who voted in the last preceding election for the office of governor within the electoral district of the officer sought to be recalled. Each signer had to be a qualified voter within the district represented by Arciszewski, and the address of each signer had to be located within her district.

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