Fraser Rec District taxpayers should hold board accountable for actions
To the Editor:
When I filed my lawsuit in December to get another election I was accused of being anti-rec center. That was not the case.
I simply wanted to bring to light issues concerning voter tampering and fraud. My lawsuit was dismissed because the courts said that I could not prove the tampering and fraud would have changed the outcome of the election. Since that time many people have come forward and supported the allegations that unauthorized ballots were taken by real estate offices, Cornerstone employees, and rec board personnel to the county clerks office. These votes were tallied. It is a matter of public record.
I have seen the notice titled “Public Announcement” posted all over town. After watching this fiasco unfold over the past six months, I feel now, more than ever, that this community should stand up and fight for themselves.
I encourage everyone to attend the rec board meeting on Tuesday evening (tonight) and voice their opinions and concerns. Questions need to be answered, and it’s time for this board to be held responsible.
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