April 8, 2010

Electronic Signature Not Valid

AN ELECTRONIC signature that was submitted on a statewide initiative petition does not comply with California's election code, San Mateo County Superior Court Judge George Miram's ruled on April 2. In denying the legal motion to compel election officials to accept the electronic signature, the judge said that the signer "did not substantially comply with the requirements" of election code to personally affix a signature to a petition.

3 comments:

John said...
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Parveen said...

good

lauren said...

1 year passed since this blog was written but I here stopped to say that the case was really creating confusions about how court is actually proceeding.It was interesting to read about it.
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