The single-page letter that Anne Block submitted to the county auditor's office accuses Reardon of using county resources during his political campaign last year.
In Washington, a recall petition must specify improper or illegal acts in office allegedly committed by the elected official who's the subject of the recall. It's up to a Superior Court judge to decide whether the petition meets that standard. The judge's decision is unrelated to whether the charges are true.
In February, county attorneys declined to process a separate recall petition against Reardon because the man who filed it lives in King County.
More Local News Headlines
Three weeks out, only four 911 texts have been valid County deputy director named president of state engineers association Accident victim has endured, thanks to his family, police officer Crews try to save man pulled from Stillaguamish River State’s oldest full-time worker on the job at EdCC Lord Hill levee repairs to start July 29 Less than a week before election, only 9.1 percent of ballots returned Red Cross on the lookout for heroes
Our new comment system is not supported in IE 7. Please upgrade your browser here.