Organizers behind Wisconsin governor recall say they collected one million signatures

Recall supporters in Wisconsin say they are submitting one million signatures, which is nearly twice the number needed to trigger a recall election. The state elections board must verify the signatures, which could take months. Democrats are still searching for a candidate to run against Republican Gov. Scott Walker.
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Recall supporters in Wisconsin say they are submitting one million signatures, which is nearly twice the number needed to trigger a recall election. The state elections board must verify the signatures, which could take months. Democrats are still searching for a candidate to run against Republican Gov. Scott Walker.

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