(Washington, DC) -- Governor Snyder says he does not think an effort to recall him from office will succeed, but said he's still taking it seriously, telling the "Detroit News" that the effort is "part of the democratic process" and said he thinks most Michiganders support what he's doing. In order for a recall of Mr. Snyder to appear on the ballot in November, the group seeking to boot him from office needs to gather at least 800-thousand valid signatures of registered Michigan voters. Mr. Snyder spoke about the recall while in Washington for the unveiling and dedication of a statue of former President Gerald Ford.
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