Resident registers complaint against town clerk

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I am filing this Formal Complaint with the Mammoth Town Council at the July 17,2014 meeting.

1. This complaint is against the Mammoth Town Clerk/ Manager Patsy Large for discrimination against myself for withholding the correct information and papers to enter my name on the Ballot for the General Election/Recall Election in the Town of Mammoth in Pinal County, AZ.

2. For posting incorrect filing dates in the local newspaper “The Miner” giving all applicants and myself a 30 day false sense of time to file. The deadline was met with no help from the Town Clerk/Mgr. Some people were not allowed to run based on the incorrect dates given by Large. The form and 24 signatures were acquired and submitted to Large. The Town Clerk/Mgr. then informed me than she had given out the wrong form and I would have to declare a person to run against and acquire another set of signatures. This was done a 2nd time with the required signatures and turned in. I have now been informed another form needs to be filled out and possibly a 3rd set of signatures acquired. After contacting the Pinal County Election committee I was told the Town Clerk/Mgr. had not contacted their office.

It is clear to me the Town Clerk/Mgr. is incompetent in this position and is working in a position she if not able to handle in a business-like manner. It is also clear to me the Town Clerk/Mgr. is discriminating against me in my goal to be placed on the 2014 Town of Mammoth Recall Election Ballot a Right of every United States Citizen.

I am: Donald Jones, Mammoth, AZ, Viet Nam War Veteran, Senior Citizen, Enrolled Member Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, ND.& SD. USA.

/s/ Donald Jones

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