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The next steps in the effort to recall Fall River Mayor Will Flanagan will happen this afternoon, when the first petitions will be handed over to proponents of a recall effort, when then have 20 days, ending on September 1, to gather an estimated 2600 signatures of registered Fall River voters. 

City Clerk Allison Bouchard tells WSAR that each petition page has room for 40 signatures each which can then be turned in to her office for verification. 

If proponents gather the necessary number of signatures, Fall River Mayor Will Flanagan would be given the option of resigning the office of Mayor.

If Flanagan decides to stay and fight, City Council would then be sent the information and would then set a date 60 days out, likely in mid November, as the questions cannot appear on the November balloting for Governor and other offices.

Bouchard tells WSAR that Flanagan could run for his office along with other contenders, if the recall fails, Flanagan would remain in office; he could also remain in office even if the recall succeeded by being voted in on the second half of a two part ballot. 

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