Press Releases from KID Recall PAC
If you’re looking for press releases from KID Recall PAC, you’ve come to the right place. See our current press release, and be sure to check back often as the Klamath Irrigation District Recall takes off.
September 30, 2016 – KID Recall Opponents Questioned by Oregon Secretary of State. In the midst of campaign financing violation allegations, the Secretary of State Elections Division (SOS) sent letters to Klamath Irrigation District Board members Brent Cheyne and Ken Smith as well as to KID patron Al Fronsdahl. The Secretary of State asked specific questions regarding political activities and advocacy related to the KID recall elections without forming a PAC, campaign finances, expenditures and contributions. A response to the allegations is expected no later than October 7, 2016. For more information, read the press release about KID Recall Oponents Questioned by Oregon Secretary of State, read the letter sent to Chairman Cheyne and Mr. Smith, or read the letter sent to Mr. Frohnsdahl.
September 6, 2016 – Recall Signatures Certified by the Klamath Irrigation District. Just before the Labor Day holiday weekend, Klamath Irrigation District staff officially verified that the needed number of patron signatures have been secured to recall KID board members Brent Cheyne and Ken Smith. Learn more in the press release: 2016-09-06-KIDRecall-Press-Release_Signatures-Verified
August 23, 2016 – KID Recall Signatures Delivered to District Office. Three Klamath Irrigation District (KID) patrons earlier today delivered petitions signed by dozens of KID customers demanding a vote to recall three board members currently being investigated for alleged violations by the Oregon Government Ethics Commission. Learn more in the press release: 2016-08-23_KIDRecall-August-Press-Release.
July 25, 2016 – KID Patrons Launch Recall of Three Board Members. Ed Bair, Jason Chapman and Ross Fleming lead the charge on separate efforts to recall Brent Cheyne, Grant Knoll and Ken Smith after Oregon Government Ethics Commission violations investigation is initiated and a sharp departure from previous KID priorities and fiduciary responsibilities. Learn more in the press release: July 2016 KID Recall Press Release.