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Colorado Republican candidate for the US Senate Jon Keyser has been embroiled in controversy surrounding the petitions that qualified him to be on the ballot. As it turned out, many of the signatories on those petitions had no idea they had signed them, and in one case, was dead on the date of the purported signature.
This scandal comes after Keyser was allowed to re-submit those petitions, which failed to meet the legal requirements when originally filed. Keysor sued and a friendly judge applied a "substantial compliance" standard. But upon inspection, ten signatures were immediately suspect and after a cursory investigation, proved to be bogus.
When asked about the apparent forgeries, Keysor would only repeat, like a malfunctioning robot, "The only important thing is that I am on the ballot," over and over again -- no matter how many times or how many ways the question was posed. Apparently, this was how he was programmed to respond by his handlers.
A Democratic lawsuit argues that an additional 102-178 names appearing on petition forms with known forgeries should be disqualified, requiring Keysor's name to be struck from the ballot.
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