“The law is an ass” (which is, I believe, a quote by someone famous).
While someone who is NOT a Connecticut resident should incur civil penalties for signing a petition meant for “Connecticut” voters, and their signature should not count as valid, against a required number of valid signatures, the residences of the workers conducting the effort should not matter (they are usually paid workers, not merely “volunteers”) - just the residence of the petition signers.
If, on principles, Schiff is a good candidate, then the use of this technicality would seem to be not bright, if it is being used for no better reason than that the claimants favored someone else on the ballot.
See post # 11.
Mr. Bumble on hearing the law supposed he was in charge of his wife:
“If the law supposes that, then the law is a ass, a idiot! If that’s the eye of the law, then the law is a bachelor. And the worst I wish the law ...”