The Shasta County Republican Central Committee has declared it’s support for embattled County Supervisor Kevin Crye, saying they strongly oppose his recall. A statement by the Shasta GOP Chair defines a recall as “An expensive attempt to remove a duly elected official on vague and superfluous grounds.”. Last week a group called Shasta County Citizens For Stable Governance served Crye with a notice of intent, citing a series of decisions, including the canceling of the Dominion Voting Systems contract and Crye’s county-funded trip to Minnesota to meet with “My Pillow” founder Mike Lindell. Around 4,000 signatures will be needed to get the recall on a ballot. Last year when Leonard Moty was recalled, Tim Garmin took his place. Republicans warn that a new state law gives the Governor the power to appoint an interim replacement. Crye was elected to his position over Erin Resner with a difference of fewer than 100 votes.