The Anchorage Assembly decided today to move up the recall election for Meg Zaletel to Oct. 26.
Earlier, it had been looking for dates in November, but opponents of the recall had pressed hard for an earlier date in order to mobilize the leftist ballot harvesting ground game.
Ballots will go out about Oct. 10.
Zaletel is subject to a recall in District 4, which is midtown Anchorage.
Her critics are unhappy with her performance on the Assembly, where she prioritizes the needs of the homeless at the expense and danger of taxpayers and family neighborhoods. She was part of the move to purchase hotels for vagrants
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