Michigan Republican Rick Snyder could be the next governor to face a recall vote.
Wisconsin’s Scott Walker survived a recall election in June.
“There doesn’t seem to be a specific goal of going after state legislatures or state governors in any significant way, though that might change in Michigan because of right-to-work [legislation],” Joshua Spivak, a senior fellow at Wagner College’s Institute for Government Reform, told Politico.
Snyder signed a right-to-work law in Michigan earlier this month.
Snyder’s opponents would have more difficulty mounting a recall challenge than Walker’s did, Spivak says. That’s because Michigan, like most other states, permits signatures on recall petitions only from registered voters. Wisconsin accepts signatures from any eligible voter.
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