Only twice in our nation's history have Americans recalled governors. In 1921, Lynn J. Frazier was recalled in North Dakota and in 2003, Californians recalled Gray Davis.
But it could happen again, here in Wisconsin, and soon. Before a recall election can take place, however, over half a million Wisconsin residents must have signed recall petitions by the January 17 deadline, and those signatures must be verified.
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