Article 3. The Recall Election of California Elections Code >> Division 11. >> Chapter 3. >> Article 3.
Within 14 days after the meeting at which the governing body
received the certificate of sufficiency as specified in Section
11227, the governing body shall issue an order stating that an
election shall be held pursuant to this article to determine whether
or not the officer named in the petition shall be recalled.
If the governing board fails to issue the order within the
time specified in Section 11240, the county elections official,
within five days, shall set the date for holding the election. If the
recall is to be voted on by voters in more than one county, the
elections official of the county with the largest number of
registered voters who will be voting in the election shall set the
date for holding the election in consultation with the elections
officials of the other counties.
The election shall be held not less than 88, nor more than
125, days after the issuance of the order, and if a regular or
special election is to be held throughout the electoral jurisdiction
of the officer sought to be recalled within this time period, the
recall election shall be held on the same day, and consolidated with,
the regular or special election.