Tari’s petitions

By:  Diane Benjamin

Tari’s signature on a City of Bloomcitysignington document – PDF page 8:  http://www.cityblm.org/Modules/ShowDocument.aspx?documentid=11529
Another City Signature from September PDF page 5: http://www.cityblm.org/Modules/ShowDocument.aspx?documentid=11309

Below are various pages from the petitions submitted by Renner.


Look at the printing.  Sometimes the A’s are capital, sometimes they aren’t.  The same applies to E’s.

Now look at the second line.  The first blank should say City, the second Bloomington.  If the same person completed this section, why are some  different?

Next compare the signatures.  Note the last “r” in Renner.  Some trail up, others down.  Note Tari’s City signature doesn’t connect the “R” to the rest.  Some of these signatures do.  Also note, both City signatures show “enner” trailing down.  Most of these don’t.

Do the signatures all look like they were done by the same person or even Tari?

All are notarized by the same person.  I wonder if she will testify under oath that she witnessed completion of the bottom section and the signatures?

Sheet 53 doesn’t have the circulator’s  name.

If anyone wants to challenge Tari’s petitions, it looks like there is grounds to do it.

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7 thoughts on “Tari’s petitions

    1. Challenges don’t happen very often. The ones I’m aware of have always favored the candidate. I had one, but the challenger was clueless. Jennifer McDade was challenged and spent a small fortune for lawyers. She won and then quit the Council before her term was up. Judy Stearns was challenged on eligibility. She also won.


      1. Oh, but the negative campaign press. Let Renner squirm. The notary is complicit here and should be reprimanded too.


  1. Did you see the petitions that were circulated by other folks at Festival of Trees? They should have somebody else’s name on them.


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