Fresh off the Twitter machine this morning:
This morning we turned in more than double the number of petition signatures needed to qualify for the June primary ballot. I could not be more proud of our volunteers, interns and staff who worked so hard to get this done. It was truly a grassroots effort! #copolitics #COGov pic.twitter.com/IdbTkQDvNs
— Donna Lynne (@DonnaLynneCO) March 19, 2018
Lynne submitted her petition signatures one day before the deadline, which puts her behind Democrats Michael Johnston and Jared Polis but potentially ahead of Noel Ginsburg in the line for verification from the Secretary of State’s office. Lynne’s campaign didn’t specify a number for how many petition signatures were submitted, but they’re going to need every one of the “more than double” of the required amount if she’s going to sneak her name onto the June Primary ballot.