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Re: “Woodard: Election paperwork was sent, but not received

He's an elected official and should have known better. The State Board of elections suggests very plainly in the Campaign Finance Manual: "The Campaign Finance Office of the State Board of Elections strongly encourages treasurers to send all disclosure reports by certified mail. In the event a postmark is not legible or a report is lost in the mail, the certified mail receipt will serve as proof of timely filing."

Posted by Lainey Edmisten on 05/01/2012 at 3:56 PM

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