By MyFM's Rick Michaels - As informal sessions continue at the Statehouse this week a bill to provide for recall elections in the town of Uxbridge moved along in the process to become law. This week the Senate concurred with a House amendment to a Senate bill, providing recall elections in Uxbridge. The bill is sponsored by State Senator Ryan Fattman amending a section for the recall of elected officials some of the changes, deal with the recall petitions having to be signed by 100-voters instead, it must be signed by not less than 50-voters in each precinct. The Board of Registrars of voters would then in the next seven days, instead of 14-days after the filing, certify the names of voters who signed the petition to recall an elected official. If certified and the official doesn’t resign in seven days a special election would be ordered not less than 64-days, nor more than 90 days after the election is ordered.