At least for now.
The Recall Dunleavy campaign said it “intends to pursue all necessary procedures at every level to guarantee that Alaskans will have the opportunity to sign the recall petition as soon as possible.”
The judge found all but one of the recall campaign’s claims against the governor meet the grounds for recall.
The timeline sets up a resolution or this stage of the litigation for sometime in mid-January. All parties agreed that the case is destined to make a stop in the Alaska Supreme Court.
The Recall Dunleavy campaign is arguing for an expedited schedule to review its challenge of the state’s rejection.
Today’s appeal doesn’t specifically address Clarkson’s legal rationale, but instead asks the Superior Court to enforce the constitution and state law.
The state said the recall application met the technical grounds but didn’t meet the legal grounds for a recall.
The recall organizers say it should be done in 30 days and say they’re ready for whatever outcome.
The group pledges to bring a legal challenge if the Division of Elections denies the application.
The group hit an important milestone, gathering half of what the group will eventually need for the petition process.