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+ - Online petition signatures get Utah court's vote->

Submitted by crimeandpunishment
crimeandpunishment (1754306) writes "Utah will be the first state in the country to accept online petition signatures to qualify political candidates for the ballot. The Utah Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that electronic signatures satisfy the election code, and state election officials must accept them. Utah's lieutenant governor said his office will now have to develop new election protocols for e-signatures. He said the ruling takes the state into "a brave new world"."
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Online petition signatures get Utah court's vote

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