Term limits petitioner says submitted signatures are under investigation by the BCI


Minot, N.D. — In February, a group promoting a constitutional amendment implementing term limits for state lawmakers and the governor turned in over 46,000 signatures to Secretary of State Al Jaeger.

That’s well above the roughly 31,000 required by the law for an amendment measure, and Secretary of State Al Jaeger’s office has until March 22 to finish authentication of those signatures, but there are rumblings indicating that process may have revealed some problems.

In a video posted to Facebook on March 12 , Charles Tuttle, a professional petitioner who has worked on several ballot measure campaigns in North Dakota, claims he was contacted by the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation about the veracity of the signatures for the term limits amendment.

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