Residents collect Newsom recall signatures outside Lake Riverside Estates

J. R. Hull, left, and Teri Morelli, with her son Zak, prepare to collect signatures to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom outside the Lake Riverside Estates gates Wednesday, Feb. 3. Anza Valley Outlook/Courtesy photo
Residents J. R. Hull and Teri Morelli, accompanied by her son Zak, collected dozens of signatures for the petition to recall California Gov. Gavin Newsom, Wednesday, Feb. 3. Set up outside the Lake Riverside Estates’ lower gate, they spent nine hours greeting people and explaining the recall petition. Newsom has been the focus of several recall attempts since becoming governor in 2019. Until recently, only one recall effort has approached the 1.495 million voter signature requirement to get a recall vote put on the ballot. During the recall petition started in late 2020, California voters have expressed concern over the Newsom’s COVID-19 response and executive orders. The growing discontent in recent weeks has caused an uptick in the number of voters signing the recall petition, Mor
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