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Alaska Supreme Court puts Gov. Dunleavy
recall campaign on fast track, allowing
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Posted By: John C, 2/14/2020 8:56:46 PM

JUNEAU — The Alaska Supreme Court Friday ordered the state Division of Elections to allow Alaskans to sign petitions seeking to remove Gov. Mike Dunleavy from office and said that arguments over the legality of the recall will take place March 25. The decisions reverse a lower-court ruling that had paused signature-gathering and put the case on an extremely speedy schedule by the standards of the court.Recall Dunleavy, the group seeking to remove the governor from office, must collect the signatures of at least 71,252 registered Alaska voters to force a recall vote. That vote would be a straight up-or-down decision. If the governor is removed,


Wonder if Soros is bankrolling these democrats?

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Highlander 2/14/2020 10:39:25 PM (No. 318860)
I hope it flops like a Trump impeachment.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Rotten in Denmark 2/15/2020 7:33:42 AM (No. 318970)
I’ve read and re-read the article, why the recall? Poor reading on my part or poor writing on the writer?
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Reply 3 - Posted by: TLCary 3/3/2020 7:39:17 AM (No. 335283)
#2 Gov. Dunleavy is a Republican who won in a landslide, (61.5%). He cut back government spending on the Welfare State and the Liberal/Academic Complex. At which point the leftist media went insane and printed lots about a public backlash... Apparently leftists journalists and the people on the doll are the definition of "public". The State Constitution allows a recall (straight up or down vote) with enough signatures if the Governor is guilt of "neglect of duty, incompetence, or lack of fitness". They found an activist judge that was willing to consider cutting a budget to fit into those categories. It won't work.
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