Accountability board attorney Michael Haas said Friday that workers could flag apparently fictitious names and illegible addresses, and accountability board staff could recommend those signatures be stricken from petitions. But he said duplicate signatures "would be what would require the most work and resources" to catch.
Not sure what is so tough. These guys are organizing parties with like 80 people, each of them signing each other petitions generating 6400 signatures. Should be easy to catch....and prosecute.
To: Always Right
You might have the REAL reason why they don’t want reasonable checking done.... such checks might result in prosecutions!
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