September 11, 2015 •
Recall Campaign to Continue in Oregon
The Oregon Office of the Secretary of State has ruled a recall campaign against state Sen. Floyd Prozanski did not violate election law to collect the signatures it turned in.
This ruling means the recall effort will be able to continue.
The secretary of state has until Monday to check the 10,027 signatures collected. In order for a recall election to be called, there need to be 8,415 valid signatures from voters in the senator’s district.
If there are enough valid signatures, the election would have to be held before October 23.
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