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Friday, October 8, 2010

Minnesota Supreme Court Invalidates Petition Signatures When Signer Listed a Post Office Box Instead of a Street Address

Ballot Access News : "The Arizona Supreme Court had said, “We find it difficult to see how a post office box address renders a signature invalid per se if an elections official can verify that the signer is a qualified elector. In some instances, the election official may even have the post office box address on file.” Both this Minnesota case, and the Arizona case, involved petitions circulated on Indian reservations"

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