Pursuant to Wisconsin Statute Section 9.10(4)(d) the recall election date will be August 27, 2019. Nomination papers can be circulated begining July 18, 2019. (Certificate of Sufficiency)
Info for Prospective Candidates: 2019 TOV Recall Primary Election Candidate Info Packet
NEW: Statement of Intent to Circulate Recall Petition
NEW: Ed Moline's Challenge To Recall Petition
NEW: Marie Kumershek's Rebuttle to Challenge
NEW: Fred Michalek's Rebuttle to Challenge
NEW: Laureen Dashek's Rebuttle to Challenge (submitted by M. Kumershek)
NEW: Ed Moline's Rebuttle
NEW: Certificate of Sufficiency
NEW: Verification of Petition
Anyone wishing to view the petition signatures may do so at the Town Hall Monday thru Friday 8:00am - 3:30pm. Any questions or concerns please feel free to call the Clerk/Treasurer's office at 262-662-2039.
On Friday, June 28, 2019, at 1:00pm, the Town of Vernon Clerk/Treasurer’s Office received a petition to recall Ed Moline, Town of Vernon Supervisor #3 submitted by Marie Kumershek, Laureen Dashek and Fred Michalek.
Within 31 days after the petition is offered for filing, the filing officer is required to determine the sufficiency of the petition. Wis. Stat. § 9.10(4)(a). (See also Wis. Adm. Code EL §§ 2.05 and 2.09, regarding the treatment and sufficiency of petitions.) A careful review of the petition must be completed by the filing officer to verify that:
• The format of the petition follows the requirements of Wis. Stat. § 8.40.
• The petition contains all the information required under Wis. Stat. § 9.10 and clearly informs the electorate of the intentions of the petitioner.
• Each signer is a qualified elector of the district represented by the officeholder.
• The address listed by each signer is within the district represented by the officeholder.
• The date of signing for each elector is within the 60-day circulation period, and not later than the date the certification was signed by the circulator.
• The circulator has properly completed the Certification of Circulator
The information on the petition is presumed to be valid. The filing officer is not required to consult extrinsic resources in reviewing the petitions but may do so if time permits.