**For Immediate Release
Contact: Camby Collier – (541) 290-0018
Recall Judge James ‘Open House’
November 12th at Headquarters
Keizer, OR – The statewide movement to Recall Judge Mary James of Marion County will hold an ‘Open House’ at the recall headquarters November 12, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm at 4669 River Rd, Keizer, OR.
Judge Mary James declared the voter approved Measure 37 unconstitutional thus halting Oregon citizens from their property rights that they have had to fight for years to regain.
The petition was filed by businessman Tom Steffen, of Silverton, October 26, 2005. The 14,402 signatures need to be collected by January 24, 2006 and then a special election for Marion County residents will be held.
Scapoose, OR resident Bob Ekstrom said, “A disengaged citizenry is the main reason government does not serve the people. Please get involved in this recall of a corrupt judge. Make a difference.”
All Marion County residents who voted for Measure 37 in the 2004 election are requested to attend the Open House to sign a petition to ‘fire’ Judge James.
All other Oregon state residents are encouraged to come to Marion County to collect signatures this Saturday. Even teenagers can help collect signatures. Petitions are ready to go and lists of street addresses are available so you know you will be going to a house with registered voters. You will get the official petition, instructions on making sure voters print their name very clearly and that they do not write down a Post Office Box address or the name will not be counted. Signs will also be available to put in visible areas.
Updates on the recall and information for donations can be found at www.RecallJudgeJames. com .