Difference between revisions of "Recall campaigns in Kansas"

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{{defeated}} means that a recall vote was held, and the targeted politician was retained in office.
{{approved}} means that the recall target was removed from office by voters.
{{recall abandoned}} means that a recall effort was announced or launched, but did not lead to a vote because it was abandoned or because supporters did not collect sufficient signatures to force a recall vote.

Revision as of 17:36, 16 May 2010

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Approveda = The recall target was recalled by voters.

Defeatedd = When a recall vote was held, voters rejected the attempt to recall the politician (that is, voters decided to keep/retain the targeted politician).

Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot = The recall effort did not collect enough signatures to force a recall vote.

Portal:Recall = The targeted politician resigned after a recall campaign was begun, and before the vote on the recall would have taken place.


= A judge prevented the recall from going forward.


= A recall election is scheduled.


See also: March 2, 2010 ballot measures in Kansas

Defeatedd Bill Goebel recall, Jetmore, Kansas (2010)
Approveda Gardner City Council recall, Gardner, Kansas, 2010
Approveda Jimmy Bonds recall, Ogden, Kansas, 2010




Approveda J.H. Graham recall (1911).

See also