Pueblo Freedom and Rights, www.pueblofreedomandrights.org, a Colorado grassroots group reports the Secretary of States’ certified 12,548 signatures in petitions to recall anti-2nd Amendment state senator (11,285 were needed).
Democrats now have 15 days to challenge the petitions and signatures to include court challenges to draw out the process. If the count still exceeds 11,285 Giron will be given five working days from that time to decide whether or not to resign her office.
If Giron resigns within the five-day period, state Democrats can appoint a replacement from their ranks. If she does not resign, a date for the special election is set. It is expected that that the Governor and Democrat Party including Bloomberg money may try to extend any election so as to prepare a campaign to try to save Giron should she try to run to stay in office.
“This is proof again that the people have spoken, now the Democrats will try every game in the book as they currently are with recalled Senate President John Morse to invalidate the people’s voices in this historic recall process.” — Victor Head, President of Pueblo Freedom and Rights (PFR).
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