You can read an article HERE that proves Golden infact was not the only one at that table knocking on doors, so was candidate Eric Jackson, friends & supporters of Eric Jackson even invested money and time and set up a Recall Hotline, advertising it in the newspaper and conveniently bringing the petition to people who called the hotline to retrieve their signature.
Now I have gotten wind that three of the original five members of the former Recall Committee (4 if you count Christine Ott but she no longer lives nor votes in Trenton) plan on endorsing Jim Golden for mayor.
Jim Golden couldn't even follow the Recall guidelines right, specifically the one that stated potential candidates cannot publicly announce themselves as a candidate to replace the person being Recalled until all of the petitions have been certified, meaning an election would take place. Golden announced his candidacy several weeks early, if he can't even follow a simple guideline like that, it shows that he has the same cavalier attitude as Mack by not properly following the process.
The three members of the former Recall Committee who plan on endorsing Jim Golden do not speak for the thousands who signed the recall petition and they do not speak for the hundreds of us who worked hard gathering signatures and those fueling the recall effort (Me) by busting Mack out on something foul left and right.......these three people only speak for themselves when they give that endorsement. They speak for three Trenton voters, that's it, not the entire, broad, Trenton Recall effort of then mayor Tony Mack.
Kathy McBride, who was not at that table, interfered with signature gatherers in the West Ward, her boyfriend and her called in some Mack cronies for back up which led to the police being called and charges of assault being lodged.
The only mayoral candidate who had his 2010 campaign staff working on the Recall Effort and whose supporters set up a hotline to facilitate the gathering of signatures and who did not formally announce his candidacy prematurely (followed the process correctly) was Eric Jackson.