Jill Fritz is the director of the Keep Michigan Wolves Protected campaign. She admits they don’t know yet how many signatures they’ve collected so far.
“We won’t really know until we start to count them on March 5,” says Fritz. “But we do anticipate turning in enough signatures to qualify for the ballot.”
That would mean two referendums on the November ballot asking voters to reject state laws authorizing the wolf hunt. Both are intended to challenge a specific state law being used to authorize a wolf hunt.