Not looking good for Seattle's Democrat Mayor Jenny Durkan who witnessed her city go through a tumultuous time with the CHOP/CHAZ occupy protest that had multiple incidents of violence.
A judge has now ruled that a petition to have the election recalled and Durkan removed can move forward.
Specifically, it was a King County Superior Court judge that pushed it through after a group of 5 people filed charges.
"The petitioners must, within 180 days, collect valid signatures from a number of voters equal to 25% of the votes cast in the last election. In this case, signatures from more than 50,000 Seattle voters would be needed." (KOIN)
The CHAZ attempted to have a no-cop zone but ended with several instances of violence including shootings.
It simply didn't work out and Durkan eventually ordered the police to step in and dismantle it.
The CHAZ was doomed from the start as they couldn't even decide on a name and at some point changed it from CHAZ to CHOP.
The existence of this protest zone also lead to businesses being hurt, vandalism all over, and a complete disrespect of the people who live in the area.