The Recall Dunleavy Committee is nearly one-third of the way to getting the signatures they need to put the question to the voters at some point: Keep the governor or toss him?
They’ve convinced 21,678 people to sign their petition in the two weeks that they’ve had the petition booklets; they need another 50,000. The group has an army of volunteers and paid professionals across the state and in other states in the country, gathering signatures on the petition booklets.
[Read: Fourth illegal petition booklet pops up in Palm Springs]
Petitioners have been reported cruising the aisles of Walmarts, inside of post offices (Homer, Girdwood), and inside the state-owned State Libraries Archives and Museum (SLAM) building in Juneau over the past two weeks.
Headhunters……leave him alone and let the man do his job…..Jeez….
Other than the Carlson Center, haven’t seen any sig. gatherers. Fred Meyers, downtown PO, airport. Maybe Fairbanks is a lost cause?
Pull a Bernie on them…let them think things are going well..put it on the ballot..crush them like bugs..and enjoy their whining
They were at the Iditarod but I saw no one approach them while I was there. They’re vultures — and lawbreakers, too. It wasn’t until you reported them fir gathering out of state signatures that they “asked for permission” to gather out of state signatures — after they already had! No weapon formed against Governor Dunleavy shall prosper. And their evil deeds will return on their own heads.
Recall signers are subject to the virus!
What about the ones gathered out-of-state?
The recall is soon to be…….
Those are the easy signatures too. It’s a long hill to climb for good reason.
So,the 21,000 signatures gathered thus far are ASEA members? Just wondering…
Signatures of Alaska residents gather outside the state — are they legal? Will these signatures are counted?
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