Well it looks like Colorado is about to cleanse the State of him.
DENVER - Organizers of the effort to recall Colorado State Senate President John Morse (D-Colorado Springs) turned in more than double the number of signatures required to force a special election Monday.
The recall effort began in response to Morse's leadership role when Colorado Democrats pushed for new gun-control laws earlier in 2013.
Supporters say they gathered more than 16,000 signatures, which must now be verified by the secretary of state's office. If at least 7,200 of them are valid signatures from registered voters in Morse's district, a recall election may take place later in 2013.
"With that much of a cushion, having half of them get tossed out, I've never seen that many be invalid," political strategist Laura Carno said. "We feel very comfortable."