Betsy Johnson announced Tuesday she had turned in the necessary signatures to be added to the November ballot for Oregon’s gubernatorial election.
23,744 valid signatures are required to get on the ballot. Johnson’s campaign said she turned in more than 48,000, according to multiple news outlets.
It would be the first time three women would compete for the governor’s office.
Today, we made history. Together with Betsy Brigade members, I delivered to the Secretary of State’s office more than double the number of signatures that I need to qualify for the ballot in November, thanks to YOU! (1/2) pic.twitter.com/oeZ5GNMGZ9
— Betsy Johnson (@senbetsyjohnson) August 16, 2022