Petitioners would need 243,995 signatures in 90 days. They apparently had 15,897 by the 45 day mark.
Petitioners would have to post a bond of pay for signature verification. Changes to the law also split the gathering period in two, and petitioners would have to hand in all signatures gathered in the first half (45 days) to be turned in soon after to be declared valid.
The Nevada Independent notes some details about the attorney representing the Fight for Nevada group:
The recall group’s attorney is Robert Barnes, a prominent Los Angeles attorney who is backing litigation challenging COVID-19 shutdown orders in several states. Barnes represented actor Wesley Snipes in a major tax case and more recently represented internet conspiracy theorist Alex Jones in a defamation and emotional distress lawsuit brought by the parent of a child killed during the 2013 Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting.
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