- Organizers need to collect more than 101,000 signatures by September 26
- At least 16 women have accused Mayor Bob Filner of inappropriate behavior
- His office has not responded to multiple CNN requests for comment on the allegations
(CNN) -- Armed with clipboards and pens, volunteers hit the streets of San Diego over the weekend to collect signatures they hope will lead to the recall of embattled Mayor Bob Filner.
They must get more than 101,000 signatures by September 26
"We're going to be everywhere.
We're going to be at sporting events. We're going to be at street fairs, arts shows -- you name it, we will be out there," Dave McCulloch, a recall organizer, told CNN affiliate KFMB on Sunday.
So far, 16 women have come forward to say that Filner acted inappropriately, with accusations ranging from one woman's claim that the mayor gave her "tush a pat," to another woman's assertion that he "put in me what I guess now is the famous headlock."