1,400 Signatures Over Three Separate Campaigns Allegedly Forged
Every election year, there are challenges to candidate’s signatures or campaign filings. But this time around, more than a thousand voter signatures are being called into question.
As many as 1,400 voters’ signatures in three separate campaigns were allegedly forged, according to reporting from The Arizona Republic. Elections officials and campaign consultants say they’ve never seen anything like it.
Dustin Gardiner has been covering it all and he came on The Show to talk more about it. We started with the first of these cases that came to light — the campaign for Independent state Senate candidate Mark Syms.