Here’s Why the Run Ed Run People Don’t Actually Have 30,000 Signatures or Whatever They’re Claiming Today

Since all the mayoral candidates are turning in signatures* at City Hall by the July 28, 2011 deadline, it’s a good time to review the difference between bona fide signatures and the other kind.

Here’s a box of (mostly) bona fide signatures from registered San Francisco voters, as seen on Van Ness last week. Each one has a (purported) San Francisco street address:

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Compare that with this.

This is garbage:

BTW, the people collecting Run Ed Run signatures say stuff like, “Oh, sign for your brothers and sisters too!”

So, yes, RER, you have 30k sigs, but You Aint Bona Fide, that’s the problem.

Or rather, that’s one problem.

*Or paying $$$ in lieu of signatures, whichever.

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2 Responses to “Here’s Why the Run Ed Run People Don’t Actually Have 30,000 Signatures or Whatever They’re Claiming Today”

  1. commenter says:

    i saw run ed run people trying to get sigs from 4 year olds the other day.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    You can’t win if you don’t play!