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Step 1: Designate One Petitioner
One person involved in the petition effort must be designated as “the petitioner.” The petitioner shall serve as the contact person for the local option issue and must supply his or her name and address to the board of elections and affected permit holders. The petitioner must sign all documents to be filed with the board of elections, Division of Liquor Control, and affected permit holders that are related to the local liquor option issue. In other words, someone has to be in charge and that someone is called the petitioner. After you’ve decided who will be the person responsible for signing all the necessary documents, that individual should move on to Step 2.
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