"I just contacted Warren County BOE and they receieved and approved the three signatures I had for Steve from that county. But Hamilton County (27 signatures) and Butler County (3 more signatures) were never received by those Board of Elections! How could this happen? If I had all three petitions to Steve at the same time and he sent them to the Secretary of State at the same time, how is it that only one petition was sent to just one county?"
"I just checked with the Greene County BOE. They received 4 partial petitions, with a total of 11 valid signatures and 2 invalid. This is strange since I verified 207 signatures on 19 total/partial petitions. Something is very strange if the State managed to lose about 14 petitions. (BTW Greene country folks were very helpful and efficient!!)"
"I validated 50 out of 51 signatures for Van Wert County. I was able to see online by someone else's investigating, www.rightohio.com, I think that the SOS had O petitions noted for Van Wert. AAARRRGGGHHHHH!!!!!!"
"What you have typed here has a pattern to it, I talked with someone on the Miami County committee to review and validate signatures. They did not receive petitions for Steve, and we did have petitions from Miami County submitted. It is starting to appear that the missing petitions never left the SOS office. If the board of elections in each county did not receive petitions to validate that demonstrates that the petitions were not sent out for review. It might be beneficial if circulators list the counties they collected signatures in and then follow up with that counties board of elections to see if they received petitions to verify. This may help narrow down who is responsible for this."
"To my knowledge, there were 3 circulators in Ashtabula County. We obtained about 48 signatures. I called the county BOE and the received a partial petition with 1 signature. Yes, only one signature! I was shocked. I am going to get a copy of the one and only signature tomorrow. If I can help in any other way please just drop me a line"