Lucy Fess, Judy Terry, Joseph Wilson and Bill Vogt recall, Piqua City, Ohio (2011)

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A vote about whether to recall Lucy Fess, Judy Terry, Joseph Wilson and Bill Vogt from their positions as elected officials of Piqua City, Ohio, took place on March 1, 2011. All four elected officials were retained in their seats.[1][2]

Lucy Fess is the city's mayor, while Judy Terry, Joseph Wilson and Bill Vogt are members of the city's city council.

P.O.I.N.T. (Property Owners Improving Neighborhoods Together) organized the recall effort, including the circulation of petitions.

Meanwhile, a group called PPP (Positively Promoting Piqua) campaigned against the recall effort and in favor of retaining the four targeted elected officials.[1]

Election results

Lucy Fess (5th ward):

  • Votes to keep Fess: 2,003 (73.1%)
  • Votes to recall Fess: 737 (26.9%)

Bill Vogt (2nd ward):

  • Votes to keep Vogt: 1,966 (71.78%)
  • Votes to recall Vogt: 773 (28.22%)

Joseph Wilson (3rd ward):

  • Votes to keep Wilson: 2,068 (75.76%)
  • Votes to recall Wilson: 662 (24.24%)

Judy Terry (4th ward):

  • Votes to keep Terry: 2,018 (73.62%)
  • Votes to recall Terry: 723 (26.38%)

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