Observing Social Distancing During COVID-19 Pandemic

Effective immediately, Recall Dunleavy will launch, “Sign At Home,” a safe and remote method of signature collection that will replace all suspended, in-person signature gathering events during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“This movement has always prioritized our state’s safety, health, and economic well being,” said Claire Pywell, Campaign Manager of Recall Dunleavy. “We’re going above and beyond to ensure that all Alaskans have hygienic and convenient opportunities to sign the recall petition; under CDC and state guidance, we are offering Alaskans the option to sign again from the comfort of home.”

All registered Alaskan voters may now request a personal household Recall petition booklet, which will be mailed directly to their mailbox for family members to sign. This personal booklet will have one sheet, allowing up to 15 signatures, versus the standard booklet with 10 sheets (150 signatures). Recall Dunleavy has now collected over 30,000 of the requisite 71,252 signatures it must collect during the petition phase to move to the final election phase.

“In extraordinary times, Alaskans meet challenge with resilience, intelligence, and ingenuity,” said Meda DeWitt, Chair of Recall Dunleavy. “We are making history once again, so please join us by signing from home. If you have already signed in phase two this winter, you can help by telling family and friends that they can safely sign at home.”

Alaskans who have not yet signed the phase two recall petition this winter may request a booklet via mail using a simple form on Recall Dunleavy’s site: https://recalldunleavy.org/sign/.

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