Most comment concerning the petitions filed by candidates today in Pittsburgh (for most offices) and Harrisburg (judicial candidates) will await another day, but because Chuck McCullough is sometimes busy righting wrongs or protecting county taxpayers, one curious point will be noted tonight:
Early Returner Jim O'Toole's listing of petitions filed with the Allegheny County Division of Elections indicates that Republican Patti Weaver's county executive petition identifies a post office box -- instead of her street address -- as her residence. In a state that bounces signatures for use of "Bob" rather than "Robert," that might constitute a disqualifier. (Especially for a candidate who advocates "strict constructionism" and "originalism" in judicial matters, and despises "judicial activism" of the bleeding-heart type that would excuse strict compliance with law.)
Perhaps proper petition preparation was omitted from the curriculum at Glenn Beck University.
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