Fischer said he signed because the new revenue would go a long way to protecting things that matter to Alaskans, including the dividend.
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 trio lend the effort much-needed legitimacy as it faces a tough uphill battle of collecting tens of thousands of signatures.
The last living member of the Alaska Constitutional Convention panned the governor’s proposed slate of amendments on everything from their drafting to what they would mean for Alaska’s future.