2012 Wyoming Statutes
22-29-106. Requirements for signers of petition; signer's withdrawal prohibited; chief petitioners designated.

WY Stat § 22-29-106 (through 2012) What's This?

(a) This section applies to petitions authorized under a principal act or this act. Each person who signs a petition shall add after the signature the date of signing. If a person is signing the petition as an elector, the person shall add after his signature the person's date of birth and place of residence, giving street and number or a designation sufficient to enable the place of residence to be readily ascertained. If the signer is signing the petition as a landowner, the number of acres of land owned by the signer and the name of the county whose assessment roll is used for the purpose of determining the signer's right to vote shall be stated in the body of the petition or indicated opposite the signature. If the signer is a legal representative of the owner, the signature shall be accompanied by the signer's written authorization to sign as a legal representative.

(b) After a petition has been offered for filing, a person may not withdraw his name therefrom.

(c) A petition shall designate not more than three (3) persons as chief petitioners, setting forth their names and mailing addresses. A petition may consist of a single instrument or separate counterparts.

(d) The secretary of state shall, after consultation with the county clerks, develop uniform petition forms which shall be used by special districts.

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