rememberLos AngelesThe County Attorney General’s Recall DA George Gascon campaign announced on June 15 that it had collected the 567,000 signatures required by the Election Recall Act by the 14th to hold a recall election this November. However, to leave room for the deduction of invalid signatures, we call on voters to continue our efforts to obtain 700,000 signatures by the July 6 deadline, ensuring that there are at least 566,857 valid signatures.
California primary election on 7th of this month,San FranciscoVoters in Los Angeles rejoiced when voters voted overwhelmingly to oust San Francisco’s progressive attorney general, Chesa Boudin. The recall campaign noted that the momentum over the past few days has been incredible, with the Los Angeles area collecting more than 30,000 signatures in just a few days. With more than 500,000 signatures previously collected, the petition has now passed the threshold of 566,857 signatures, equivalent to 10% of registered voters in Los Angeles County, and can legally lead to a recall election in November of this year. Is. This is the largest number of signatures ever collected by Los Angeles County.
However, to ensure enough valid signatures, organizers of the recall campaign said they still needed to collect as many additional signatures as possible to offset those deemed invalid by the Los Angeles County Board of Elections. Therefore, the announced target for the next three weeks is to collect another 65,000 to 70,000 signatures. “Our goal of removing Jascon from the election has been won, but the past few weeks of collecting signatures cannot be relaxed,” the group said in a statement.
The recall campaign also featured a video of a crime victim Rachel pushing a stroller and enjoying a morning walk in the streets of Venice with her eight-month-old son, who was spotted by a woman . The juvenile probationer deliberately hit him with his car. The perpetrator was released after just five months in a juvenile probation camp under the protection of Jascon’s criminal reform law. Serious offenses with mild sentences, causing harm to the community.