My sister told me she has signed like three recall petitions this year already.

I'm sure that a lot of people will sign a recall petition and think they've done their part. The problem, like here in Nevada, is that there were (last I saw) 4 different groups with 4 different recall petitions for Governor Sisolak. That effectively divides the recall vote into fourths. Any single petition with roughly 240,000 signatures would qualify. If 500,000 people all signed one of those petitions, then it could work out that each only has about 125,000 signatures and none would qualify. The more groups there are, the lower the chance of any single group getting enough of the pot of signatures.

Running a false

~~flag ~~petition campaign would be an effective ploy for the other side.