Number two Democrat might be denied a place on the election ballot . . . or not.
The SOS review concluded that at least petition signatures gathered by at least five circulators were invalid because they were either not registered to vote, not registered to vote while the petitions were being circulated or had addresses on the petitions that didn’t match their voter registrations. As a result, the SOS ruled Conyers had only 455 valid signatures, far short of the 1,000 required by state law.
Hmmm. Conyers might have to resort to a dirty trick, or two, to get back on the ballot. You think?