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Rob Jaeger recall, Crandon, Wisconsin (2014)

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An effort to recall Mayor Rob Jaeger in Crandon, Wisconsin from his position was launched in May 2014.[1] Jaegar was defeated in a July 29 recall election by Dennis Rosa.[2]

Recall proponent arguments

Recall supporter Larry Alsteen said, "He would run [the city] himself. That's the way he wants it to be. He wants to be the number one guy. He wants to get rid of his committees and just run it himself."[1]

Path to the ballot

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Recall proponents needed to collect 152 valid signatures in order to trigger a recall election. On June 10, 2014, recall proponents submitted 210 signatures. A recall election was scheduled for July 29.[1][3] Dennis Rosa defeated Jaeger in the recall election to become the new mayor.[2]

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