Recall Gavin Newsom efforts reach over 1.6 Million Valid Signatures, his fate lies ahead

April 28, 2021 / 454 views

This is not exactly good news for Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom as the efforts to recall him have reached more than 1.6 million valid signatures, which is about 100,000 more than they needed to force a vote on recalling Gavin Newsom.

USA Today says the validation process should be done by this Thursday, which is a deadline they have to meet.

After that, it seems like they decide on a date to vote on recalling the governor or not.

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Voters will get two questions, which are detailed in the report below:

California's secretary of state said Monday that organizers of a petition drive to force a recall election of Gov. Gavin Newsom have gathered more than 1.6 million valid signatures – more than enough to qualify for the ballot.

The 1.6 million signatures are about 100,000 more than needed to force a vote on the first-term Democrat. The validation process won't be complete until Thursday, the deadline for county elections officials to verify the validity of any remaining signatures and report the final signature verification.

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People who signed petitions now have 30 days to withdraw their signatures, though it’s unlikely enough will do so to stop the question from going to voters. 

In a recall election, voters would face two questions: Should Newsom be recalled, and who should replace him? The votes on the second question will be counted only if more than half say yes to the first.

If Newsom survives the recall, he will be up for reelection in 2022. 

Source: usatoday

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