LANSING — The committee to recall Gov. Rick Snyder says it has fallen short of the more than 800,000 signatures needed to recall him. But the group says it will continue and try to get the issue in front of voters this February instead. They have more than 300,000 signatures so far in protest of the Michigan governor who has taken heat for his emergency financial manager appointments, giving unprecedented power to unelected figureheads.
All signatures have to be collected in a 90-day period so the group will try to hit a September 29 deadline and discard some of the older signatures or get people to re-sign.