Did Count Jensen have a petition do-over?

“It’s hard collecting signatures at night.”

I’m hearing from a source that Alex Jensen had to submit his petitions twice. This is his 2nd set that have validated him for the ballot.

I’m not quite sure what was wrong with his first submittal, but I think one of the sheets was invalid which would have put him up short of the 200 valid signatures.

Ironically, there are many signatures on his current petitions that are invalid (but he does have the threshold – and they have to be challenged within 5 days of submittal). So no problems on the 2nd time around.

While running for office can be complicated, let’s face it kids, gathering a couple hundred signatures should be the easy part. Oh, and you should probably tell the wifey not to store her petition sheets in the bathtub, just saying.



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#1 "Very Stable Genius" on 02.19.20 at 2:33 pm

Alex! must not fear the zombies, if he is collecting signatures at night. But anyhow, what is this with politicians struggling with their own petitions to get on the ballot? No wonder we have a Bunker Ramp.

( – and Woodstock adds: “‘Bunker Ramp?’….”Whoever signed a petition for that colossal mistake?”… “I certainly didn’t”)

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