Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Wisconsin: New bill proposed to change recall petitioning

The bill would increase disclosure requirement for petitioners, requiring them to present ID and let people if they've been paid, and by whom, for the signature collection efforts. It would also require notarization of signatures. Most notably, it would apparently limit recall signatures to people who voted in the last election for that office.
In the past, we've seen that tightening the signature requirements is a popular place for recall reform efforts.

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