The recall effort against Oregon City Mayor Dan Holladay has gotten enough signatures to get on the ballot for November 10. Petitioners handed in 2467 signatures for the recall of over his opposition to the stay at home order and complaining about the protests following the killing of George Floyd. They got over 2400 signatures. They need 1828 signatures. The previous two mayors (who supported Holladay) have signed a letter calling the behavior "disturbing." The cost would be between $30,000 - $60,000.
This is the first mayoral recall to get on the ballot in Oregon City history (it is Oregon's oldest city).