Laws governing recall in California - Ballotpedia http://t.co/W5oodwxMmu— John Estrada (@johnestrada) March 24, 2015
How does recalling a California governor actually work? Here's the process https://t.co/lUID8VJ5RW— ABC7 Eyewitness News (@ABC7) February 17, 2021
4. ELECTION DAY & THE BALLOT
On the ballot, there's two parts. First, voters are asked if they want to vote yes for a recall or no, against a recall. If more than 50% of voters vote no, then the current governor remains.
In the second part of the ballot, voters are asked to pick a replacement in the event the recall passes.
Those who remember the Governor Gray Davis recall in 2003, will remember that truly anyone can jump into the fray. "Schwarzenegger. We had Gary Coleman. We had Arianna Huffington...a porn star. It was all over the place," Spivak recalls.
Whoever gets the most votes of that group wins the race.
California Recall Backers Submitted 2.1 Million Signatures Ahead Of Deadline – Far Above Required Amount -- https://t.co/tyczeOYKZ1— Thomas Paine (@Thomas1774Paine) March 22, 2021
Get ready. Ds will challenge the validity of as many signatures as they can, attempting to stop the recall. But then they’ll accuse Rs of “voter suppression” if Rs question the validity of even one absentee ballot. What hypocrites. And the MSM backs them. https://t.co/QvEbLLtSk4— Ari Fleischer (@AriFleischer) March 18, 2021
It appears that Tom Steyer, the largest Democrat political donor in U.S. history, is looking to enter the "Republican Recall."— Kevin Kiley (@KevinKileyCA) March 24, 2021