Remember when Cy Sun won the election last fall? It was a long-shot write in victory after a nasty campaign with plenty of accusations from all sides. There was apprehension but hope that this political newcomer would bring positive change to city hall. Remember this article in the Auburn Reporter from November 30, 2011? (full article here):
"I will bring a casual, congenial approach," he (Sun) said. "I want the
people to know that I am their servant. I want the people to know that
I'm there for them. Whatever they want, I want to come to a consensus
and help the people."
Sun vows to clean up what he claims to be corruption at City Hall
while reinstating and promoting Abraham Lincoln's doctrine: "Government
of the people, by the people, for the people."
In victory, Sun has little to say about his opponent or the ugly fall campaign in which the candidates traded accusations......
(Former mayor) Hildreth says voters have made a mistake in putting a poorly-prepared man in office.
"Although I am disappointed in losing to negative campaigning and the
deception of our citizens, I know that as the truth comes out, the
public will see the mistake that was made," Hildreth said in a
statement. "I pray that mistake does not prove to be fatal to our city."
Has Mayor Sun kept his promise? Has he worked towards consensus? Brought a casual, congenial approach? The record proves the opposite - his approach has been anything but congenial. It's time to do what Cy Sun said he would do - bring Pacific back to the people. The only way to do that is with a swift recall. Join our efforts now! Send a message via Facebook (here) to help.