Kea Warne from the Secretary of State’s office sends me an interesting update on petition law. Apparently, circulators can sign their own petitions!
I was of the impression that I could not witness my own signature, somewhat like how I cannot second my own motion. But Ms. Warne says she cannot find any statute forbidding circulators from including their signatures in the twenty lines on their sheets. Just remember: you can only sign once!
I’ll update my petition circulation guide accordingly. Happy circulating!