Randy Economy, the senior adviser and official media spokesman for Recall Gavin 2020, told Fox News on Saturday that the campaign has received around 1,509,000 signatures -- more than the required amount. Organizers said they expect to have 1.6 million signatures by Sunday. -Fox News
Now it's up to the California Secretary of State's office to process the signatures and determine if they are valid.
Organizers are hoping to get 2 million signatures by mid-march in order to have a 'comfortable margin' - after the last effort had a 25% disqualification rate among signatures collected.
"We're not there yet. We wanted to take the opportunity to celebrate the milestone along the way. But our job is not done. We're working as hard as today as we were yesterday, and we're going to work harder tomorrow," Economy told Fox News, adding "And if it wasn't for this amazing group of volunteers that have dedicated so much of their lives, we wouldn't have gotten to this point."