KUSA - After a decision from the Secretary of State's office to allow a recall election to proceed, supporters of Colorado Senate President John Morse are going to court.
Morse is one of two Democrats in the state legislature fighting recall efforts over their roles in passing new gun control laws this year.
In a complaint filed in state district court Tuesday, Morse's supporters ask a judge to halt the recall process until the court can hear arguments claiming there was a technical problem with the petition.
The filing asks the judge to "enjoin [Gov.] Hickenlooper from setting an election date until the expedited judicial review of the protest decision is complete."
"He's delaying the inevitable," said recall supporter Laura Carno. "This is going to the ballot."
Both sides do agree on one thing: they want the court to act quickly to make a decision so they can plan their next moves.
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