The Registrar Completed Its Count. Our Next Steps.

Today, the Registrar of Voters completed its count of the 715,833 signatures submitted to recall District Attorney George Gascon. 520,050 signatures were found to be valid and 195,783 were found to be invalid. Therefore, according to the Registrar, the petition has failed to meet the sufficiency requirements.

While the initial results are very surprising and disappointing, the Recall Committee intends to exercise its full statutory and legal authority to review the rejected signatures and verification process that took place, and will ultimately seek to ensure no voter was disenfranchised.

Nonetheless, according to the Registrar-Recorder, over half a million residents placed valid signatures on a petition to initiate the recall of Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon. To deprive them of the opportunity to restore public safety in their own communities is heartbreaking. And to interpret this in any other way other than a wholesale rejection of Gascon’s dangerous polices would be disingenuous, or naive at best. The over half a million signatures are in addition to 37 cities voting no confidence in the District Attorney, and over 98% of Gascon’s own prosecutors supporting the recall.

The removal of George Gascon from office has never been a matter of if, but when. The citizens of Los Angeles cannot afford another two years of Gascon unleashing havoc on their streets – people’s lives are at stake.

– The Recall DA George Gascon Campaign