Right now, there are 26,933 ballots statewide being challenged for signatures that don’t match.
And because of that, three community groups and three individual voters are suing for an injunction that would prohibit county elections departments from rejecting ballot envelopes just because the signatures don’t match.
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If the courts agree, every ballot with a signature would be counted whether it matches or not.
This may sound crazy. But the three voters in this lawsuit allege that when their signatures were first rejected, they did everything they were asked to do – filled out the forms,
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