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|DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
BOARD OF ELECTIONS AND ETHICS
Attorney or Party Without an Attorney (name and address):
Telephone No.: 202-411-8669
In re (In the Matter of)
PETITIONER/COMPLAINANT: Frederick Butler
CONSENT TO ELECTRONIC SERVICE OF PAPERS
1. The following party or the attorney for:
consents to electronic service of all notices and documents to the above-captioned matter before the District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics.
2. The e-mail address and/or fax number of the person identified in item 1 is (specify address or number for delivery):
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
RECEIPT OF NOTICE OF RECALL MEASURE
Official to be Recalled: Chairman Kwame Brown
The Board's regulations governing Recall Measure are attached. Please read them carefully because they contain information critical to your effort. If you have any legal questions, please call the General Counsel's Office at 727-2194. For general questions, call 727-2525. Also, please be advised of the following:
I, Frederick Butler, swear or affirm that I am a registered qualified elector in the District of Columbia and that the information below is true:
Address: 2220 Q St., NW
Phone # 202-941-8669 Date: 1/11/12
Signature of Board Official:
Signature of Person Submitting Notice of Intent: Frederick Butler
District of Columbia
NOTICE OF INTENT TO RECALL
This is to acknowledge receipt by the Board of Elections and Ethics of a Notice of Intent to Recall the election official named below:
Chairman Kwame Brown
Frederick Butler, 2220 Q St NW 202-441-8669
I, Frederick Butler, swear or affirm that I am a registered qualified elector residing in the District of Columbia, and, where applicable, residing in the same ward or SMD as the elected official whose recall I seek.
WARNING: Read the above statement and make sure it is true before you sign below. If you are convicted of making a false statement, you can be fined up to $1,000 and/or jailed for not more than 180 days, or both (D.C. Official Code Section 22-2405).
Signature of Proposer: Frederick C. Butler
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 11 day of Jan, 2012
Notary Public or Board Official
STATEMENT OF REASONS TO RECALL
Note: The response to recall shall not exceed two hundred (200) words in length.
NOTICE OF INTENT TO RECALL
We, the petitioners, attest that we are duly registered voters in the District of Columbia; do hereby expect the execution of the discharge of said duties under "Oath of Office" by of the District of Columbia. Council chairman Kwame Brown willfully and knowingly accepted the responsibilities to enact this sworn, first law of the United States, enacted in the first session of the first Congress on July 1, 1789 was statue 1, chapter 1,: an act to regulate the time and manner. This oath is more than a mere formality. It provides the foundation for leadership decisions that all individuals, take before assuming and fulfilling the duties of any elected office. An other is a solemn appeal to God to witness the truth of the statement or the sincerity of a promise coupled with an imprecation of divine judgment in the event of falsehood or beach of obligation.
We are recalling Council chairman Kwame Brown for the stated reason above including, the multiple times that the National and social media outlets, highlighting their breach of office through unethical behavior as an elected official of the District of Columbia.
Council Chairman Kwame Brown, a native Washingtonian, ran for public office because he wanted to make a positive difference in the lives of District residents. Brown and his wife of nearly twenty years, Marcia, are the proud parents of two children who attend D.C. public schools. Service the people of this great city is not just his job; it is his duty and passion.
As an at-large councilmember, Brown worked to strengthen local businesses, create jobs, and provide adult career training. As chairman, and with the support of his colleagues, he led the effort to enact the first comprehensive ethics law and pass the largest job creation bill in the District's history.
In service to the residents of this community, Brown is steadfast in his charge to maintain the District's financial security and stability, to provide vigorous oversight to ensure efficient delivery of city services, and to keep neighborhoods safe. He will fight to improve middle schools so children have access to high-quality course offerings and facilities, set standards for students to be better prepared for higher education and future careers, and invest in result-producing job training programs.
Together, with your help, Kwame Brown will keep the District strong.
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