SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The effort to recall Governor Gavin Newsom is moving forward.
California law allows a 30-day period for voters to request to remove their signatures.
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The secretary of state announced Wednesday only 43 people chose to withdraw their signature from recall petitions.
The more than 1.7 million remaining verified signatures are still enough to trigger a recall election.
Now, the next phase of the recall process begins.
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The state's finance department will estimate the costs of the recall. As well as decide if it will be held as a special election or held as part of the next regularly scheduled election.
The costs must be submitted by Aug. 5., after which will be a 30-day period for review and comment.
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