Recall groups unite as election approaches

Three groups supporting the recall of Mayor Jim Suttle announced Jan. 5 they will work together with the Mayor Suttle Recall Committee in an effort to encourage more people to vote in the Jan. 25 election. Representatives from the Nebraska Taxpayers for Freedom, the Conservative Coalition of Nebraska and Citizens for Omaha's Future say they will combine resources in hopes of removing the mayor from office. Early voting for the special election begins Jan. 10.

posted at 11:35 am
on Thursday, January 06th, 2011

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