He just may be thinking about it.
At last night's Northampton County Council meeting, Lamont McClure was playing Grand Inquisitor and trying his best to get some political mileage out of the goofy Bonusgate comparison made by Gracedale lawyer Larry Otter. After listening to McClure's attempt to throw stones at a procedure approved in advance by the then Commissioner of the Bureau of Elections, Stoffa finally had enough and approached the podium himself.
McClure insisted, absurdly, that the County has no authority to challenge an initiative petition designed to prevent it from selling one of its own assets. After hearing that, Stoffa was on his feet, telling McClure the County would have had every right to bring its own initiative challenge. "We did nothing wrong," he said, noting that the law firm hired by the County was doing exactly what it was authorized to do.
"You know what I'm going to do for my third term? I'm going to 25 cemeteries. I'm going to take the names off the tombstones. I'm going to fabricate addresses, and have people sign it, and submit it to the Elections Commission. That's what I'm gonna' do, just to test the system."
Although McClure pretended that Stoffa's point went right over his head, what Stoffa was saying is that under the reasoning advanced by McClure and the Otter, a County government would have no recourse in the face of pervasive election fraud.