Gavin Newsom Edges Toward Recall as Officials Accept More Than 80 Percent of Signatures Political opponents of California Governor Gavin Newsom are celebrating as state officials have accepted more than 80 percent of signatures in support of a recall election. More than 668,000 signatures have been accepted by California Secretary of State Shirley Weber as valid in the latest recall campaign aimed at unseating Newsom. Under California state law, 1,495,709 valid signatures are required by March 17 in order to get the recall on the ballot.
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