Recalling Sisolak: 5 Things You Need to Know
Updated: Sep 28, 2020
Thanks to Steve Sisolak the Nevada recall process is a lot harder than it used to be.
And really, if you think about it, it makes sense.
After all, if you have tyrannical tendencies the first thing you want to do is make it nearly impossible to remove you from office in the short term.
Step two, you‘d work to make it harder for people to defend themselves.
Step three, you’d reduce people’s ability to earn a living for themselves, making them financially dependent on the State.
Step four, you’d limit Nevadans ability to gather together.
Step five, you’d modify the election process to favor you and your friends, while eliminating laws that protect the integrity of elections.
Smartypants Stevie thinks no one is watching as he morphs into Socialist Stevie. But we’re Nevadans... we know a “mechanic“ when we see one.
The facts are these: in order to sign the recall petition you must have voted in Nevada in 2018. If you have signed a “recall” petition before September 3, you need to sign again as the prior effort failed. Unfortunately, unlike California, in Nevada online petitions don’t count, so you will need to find a location and put pen to paper. And when you sign, it is exceptionally important that you sign within the the lines. Your friendly recall volunteer will be happy to help! The good news is EVERYONE can volunteer! If you forgot to vote in the midterm elections, you can volunteer. If you’re a new Nevadan who came here because you liked how ”wild & free” we are, this is your chance to help us keep it that way. If you have a business you can have a tremendous impact by becoming a permanent signing location.
You can find your nearest #RecallSisolak petition on our comprehensive county by county Signing Locations page.
(And we need you to do that ASAP as we only have about 70 days to left to collect signatures.)
If you have more questions, want to volunteer or want to become or find a petition signing location, complete the form on our Volunteer page.
We’re looking forward to having you join us in
Taking Nevada Back by Recalling Sisolak.