After proponents of a two-year, $6.3 million levy for the Kuna School District succeeded in convincing voters to pass that measure, they now have their sights set on Kuna School Board Trustee Michael Law.
Law went as far as helping to create a brochure that went out to Kuna voters, urging their "no" vote. And when trustees took up the issue of putting the levy before voters, Law voted against the proposal.
This morning's Idaho Press Tribune reports that Law's detractors have officially collected enough signatures on petitions to call for Law's recall in a special election on Aug. 26.
Law insists he's not resigning and will fight to keep his position.
"It's just a ridiculous charge," he told the Press-Tribune. "It's founded, as in I definitely did that, but as far as that being a valid charge, it's ridiculous."
The Ada County Elections Office approved the petitions June 3, setting the special recall election for Aug. 26.