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Wet-Dry Petition turned in at 3:15pmCT, 30 Sep 2014

Paul Carter, the organizer of the Wet-Dry Petition turned the petition sheets into Adair County Court Clerk Joyce Rodgers' office today, beginning the process at about 3:15pmCT.

Carter said that there are far more than enough signatures, but said that he was aware that many could not be validated. If there are enough valid signatures, an election would be called sometime between 6 Dec 2014 and 31 Dec 2014, according to Clerk Joyce Rodgers.

If there are not sufficient signatures validated - 1788 were needed - than a new petition could be circulated without waiting. If there are, and the question is voted and failed, there would be a three year waiting period before another for the same jurisdiction could be held.



This story was posted on 2014-09-30 15:13:25
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