Organizers of a campaign to recall California Gov. Gavin Newsom say they have obtained the required number of signatures to trigger a special election. The secretary of state’s office will need to process the signatures and determine if they are valid. Randy Economy, the senior adviser and official media spokesman for Recall Gavin 2020, told Fox News on Saturday that the campaign has received around 1,509,000 signatures — more than the required amount. Organizers said they expect to have 1.6 million signatures by Sunday. Nevertheless, organizers are aiming for 2 million signatures by mid-March due to the verification process and the campaign is seeking a comfortable margin. This is important since the group noted there was a 25% disqualification rate among signatures collected last time.
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