Lynn Bartels
June 5, 2013

The organizers of an effort to recall Colorado Senate President John Morse turned in Monday more than twice the number of signatures required to force a special election, possibly setting the stage for an expensive, national battle over gun control.

If the signatures are determined to be valid and survive a court challenge, it’s likely voters in Morse’s Senate district will decide at a special election in September whether to oust the Colorado Springs Democrat.

Morse’s support of gun-control legislation in the 2013 session as well as his leadership style sparked the recall effort.

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