Voters in San Jose will have a chance to return to the polls in a few months to decide if a member of the city council should be recalled from office.
The San Jose City Council has set March 3 for a recall election involving council member Madison Nguyen.
In establishing a date Tuesday, the council agreed with the city attorney's interpretation of the city charter that two separate elections must be held.
The vote in March would decide if Nguyen should be removed from office.
It the recall is successful, City Attorney Rick Doyle says a second election for her successor would be held later, or the city council could appoint a replacement.
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