Dan Cort recall
Your edits to the Dan Cort recall, Pacific Grove, California, 2009 are problematic and in some cases border on vandalism (such as when you blanked the page or went through it and deleted the name "Dan Cort" from it.
You're free not to discuss changes you want to make to articles, even controversial, semi-vandalism changes, but if you don't discuss your changes, and your changes are controversial, it's likely that your changes will just be reverted, because it isn't clear what your justification is.
You're also adding information to the article with no citations, such as this claim:
- Since then, the activist has issued an apology to the people of Pacific Grove saying, “I deeply regret how my actions have upset good people and I promise to be much more careful of my words and comportment in the future”.
Please provide a citation.
And, you've written things that seem to clearly not be true, such as:
- "Though the reasons for starting the recall by the local activist are unknown..."
At least two newspaper articles give the reasons that the recall activists supported the recall. Those reasons were provided in the article on Ballotpedia, and you deleted them. You can hardly have failed to notice that the reasons were given, so for you to go on and assert that the reasons that the local activist started the recall are "unknown" seems like a strange thing to do. Polycal 08:54, 3 April 2010 (CDT)