Recall campaigns, organized by political office of targeted incumbent

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A total of thirty-six states have provisions for the recall of officials at either the state or local level. The United States Constitution does not provide for recall of any federally elected official.

Recall is a process by which citizens may remove elected officials their positions before the end of their term. It should not be confused with the legislative process of removing officials called impeachment. It should also not be confused with retention elections held in some states for members of the judiciary.

Click on the links below to see lists of recalls organized by political office.

By office

Congressional efforts

See also: Recall of federal officials

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