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    Secretary of State's Office

    Petition Signatures

    Only persons who are registered, qualified voters at the time of signing are entitled to sign the petition. A person can only sign a petition that is being circulated in his or her county of registration. If the petition circulators are registered voters, they may sign the petitions they are circulating (§§ 102, 105, 9021). Each signer must personally place on the petition his or her signature, printed name, residence address (or physical description of the location if there is no street address), and the name of the incorporated city or unincorporated community (§ 100). None of the above may be preprinted in the petition. Each signer may sign an initiative petition only once (§ 18612).

    Withdrawal of Signatures

    Any voter who has signed an initiative petition may withdraw his or her name by filing a written request for the withdrawal with the appropriate elections official prior to the date the petition is filed by the proponent(s) (§§ 103, 9602).

    I'm not going anywhere. I'm standing up, which is how one speaks in opposition in a civilized world. - Ainsley Hayes

    by jillian on Fri Nov 16, 2007 at 04:36:40 PM PST

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