"There is no such thing as he who casts the first stone," Sanchez said. "It is just the same routine that we've been playing on this council, holding all elected officials accountable, the unfortunate thing now it's our own mayor that's now stolen."
Sanchez said they've collected 230 signatures, 50 more than required. So far, no comment from the mayor on the recall signatures.
The 250 signatures will head to the county election office to be verified before a recall is scheduled.
It was discovered that Jimenez's children's father lived with her and she never reported his income, which would have made her ineligible to receive that help. Jimenez entered a plea deal to get welfare fraud charges dropped.