Steve Dunn recall, Lakewood School District, Wisconsin (2010)
A vote about whether to recall Steve Dunn from his position as president of the Lakewood School District in Wisconsin took place on April 6, 2010. Dunn was recalled after 15 years on the board and replaced by Kurt Andersen.
Recall supporter arguments
Recall supporters were unhappy about the increased number of hours Dunn spent at school during the school day. Another grievance against Dunn was the creation of committees that were seen as ways to get around superintendent Rebecca Vail. Vail announced on March 1, 2010 her resignation from the district.
Path to the ballot
- See also: Laws governing recall in Wisconsin
Recall supporters were required to collect 148 signatures. This total equaled a set percentage of the number of votes cast for governor by Lakewood School District electors in the most recent gubernatorial race. Organizers submitted 182 signatures to the district office in February 2010.
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