Committee to Recall Tom Crosby
Our deadline for signatures has now passed, and we fell short of the required number of signatures. However, we accomplished a great deal, and our work is not done!
Thank you to everyone who has worked with us and who signed the petition.
Stay tuned for how you can get involved in the next steps of this work.
We are a non-partisan group of voters committed to recalling Cochise County Supervisor Tom Crosby. Our purpose is singular, and we endorse no candidate. Recall requires 4,865 validated signatures from eligible voters in District 1 of Cochise County. Validated signatures must be submitted by May 3, 2023 to get the recall on the ballot. Arizona state law requires all signatures to be in-person with ink on paper.
“'I don’t see Mr. Crosby as acting in a way that gives us a functional government in Cochise County,' [lifelong Republican Greg] Lamberth said in an interview, noting the county has already spent more than $100,000 in legal fees related to its election adventures."
- AP News
Recall Tom Crosby
Wording of the petition:
Cochise County Supervisor Tom Crosby violated his oath of office and attempted to obstruct our county’s election processes. He defied the order of an Arizona Superior Court judge by refusing to certify our county’s 2022 election. This would have disenfranchised more than 47,000 county voters. He interfered with election officials, ignored legal advice of our county attorney, and promoted an illegal hand count of 100% of ballots. He violated multiple Arizona Title 16 statutes regarding elections. These actions resulted in unwarranted expenses to taxpayers. Supervisor Crosby is unfit to continue in his elected position and should be recalled.
Check the map to see if you live in District 1