Update: San Bernardino recall effort successful
Because of the success of our recall effort, seven of the nine elected officials in the City were on the November 5, 2013 ballot, allowing voters the choice to make wholesale changes in the leadership. After successfully recalling long-serving City Attorney James Penman and Council Member Wendy McCammack as well as voting in a replacement to Robert Jenkins in the 2nd Ward, the city goes forward with significant changes in leadership and the chance for a brighter future.
Who we are:
We are San Bernardino Residents for Responsible Government, a coalition of concerned residents, business owners and community leaders.
Why we’ve come together:
The City of San Bernardino has a proud history, rich heritage and strong sense of community. Unfortunately, our elected leaders have failed to protect city residents and businesses, resulting in the rapid decline of our once-thriving city. The City Council, Mayor and City Attorney must be held accountable for the current dismal condition of the City, pending bankruptcy, soaring crime rate and economic decline.
What we are fighting for:
There is a better future for San Bernardino! Together, we can restore our community to its legacy as an All-American City and wonderful place to live, work and play. Replacing failed leadership is the important first step in unifying and restoring our city. Our goal is to gather enough signatures of registered voters in the City to qualify a recall of all elected officials on the November 5, 2013 city-wide ballot.
Have your voice heard:
The great City of San Bernardino needs residents to join together in rebuilding its future. We are asking for your help to bring new and vibrant leadership to the City of San Bernardino.
Download the petition, sign it and gather other signatures of San Bernardino registered voters to qualify the Recall of individual City Council Members, the Mayor and the City Attorney for the November 5, 2013 city-wide Ballot
Donate to San Bernardino Residents for Responsible Government in support of the Recall campaign