Jeff Miller recall, California, 2009

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A notice of intention to recall California Assemblyman Jeff Miller was filed on May 18, 2009. The recall effort failed to quality for the ballot.[1]


The reasons for recall included charges that Miller:

  • Was complicit in the effort to raise state taxes by $42 billion
  • Protected Republicans who voted to raise taxes.
  • Endorsed others who voted to raise taxes.
  • Voted to put Proposition 1A on the ballot, extending the new tax hikes by an additional 2 years
  • Failed in his duty to the voters in the 71st District and reneged on his pledge to lower taxes.[2]

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