‘Recall Jen Campbell’ Effort Gets Off the Ground

by on November 16, 2020 · 6 comments

in Ocean Beach

UPDATE: there may be problems with the website so go to Save Our Access for more. http://www.savecoast.org/

The movement to recall District 2 Councilwoman Jen Campbell is just getting off the ground – now that the November election is over. They have a website – here, and this is what they are saying:

“Campbell’s complete betrayal of her voters is unforgivably cruel.”

Housing Crisis/Illegal Short-Term Rentals
In secret, Campbell cut a deal with Expedia and UniteHere to sacrifice thousands of homes to criminal short-term rental operators. Campbell had vowed to eliminate all illegal short-term rentals if elected.

Campbell vowed to work with residents to find humane solutions for protecting neighborhoods and schools from addicts and thieves.  She did not.

Rezoning Communities
Building height limits have protected District 2 communities from predatory development for 50 years.  In the consummate act of disloyalty, Jen sponsored eliminating the protections after vowing to defend them.

Ghosting Community Groups
District 2 town councils and planning groups are beyond frustrated by Jen’s unwillingness to collaborate or represent their communities.

If not D2 communities, who does Jen represent?

Who We Are

We are a diverse group from throughout District 2 that have had enough of Jen’s lies and believe there must be consequences for politicians that actively work against the interests of their voters.

Please join us and make a difference.

And, of course, there’s a place to sign up. Check it out. Here.

UPDATE: there may be problems with the website so go to Save Our Access for more. http://www.savecoast.org/

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Charlie Best November 16, 2020 at 4:29 pm

Eureka! This must be exactly how it feels when the U. S. Cavalry appears at the top of the hills bugles blaring. Thank you Thank you Thank you whoever you are!


Charlie Nieto November 17, 2020 at 10:16 am

I concur with the other Charlie.


Frank Gormlie November 17, 2020 at 1:23 pm

There is an observation that this website has been up for months and that there is no active petition. Go to Save Our Access for more.


Frank Gormlie November 18, 2020 at 10:59 am

We’ve heard the recall website was fixed. https://recalljen.com/


John Thickstun November 18, 2020 at 2:57 pm

There are several community groups working together in this action, which will result in Councilmember Jennifer Campbell’s recall. For a variety of reasons the process, which begins with the publication of the Notice of Intent to Circulate a Recall Petition, has yet to take place. But be assured it will.
Collecting the required 13,553 verifiable signatures of registered voters residing in District 2 in the midst of the pandemic will be particularly challenging. The recall petition will begin to be circulated 21 days after publication of the notice of intent, as required by SDMC.
The recall petition with the requisite verifiable signatures must be filed not more than 120 days after the date of publication of the notice of intention to circulate.
As in most things in life, timing is critical. The pandemic, the general election, the fast approaching holiday season, the weather – have all been part of the discussion as to when to publish the notice of intent.
It’s understood many are anxious. It is our intention to get this right the first time.
Please be patient.


Blake December 11, 2020 at 10:54 am

It is time to recall Councilmember Campbell. Lori Zapf was more of an advocate for our community than Campbell has been. Her choices on climate and STVR are completely unacceptable for the beach communities. Councilmember Campbell, if you are reading this please resign. You are not doing your job for your community.


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