UEG filed an affidavit with Shaunessy’s court over their "hanging chads," Irvine said, and a ruling is pending on those signatures that could ultimately put UEG over the top in three more state Senate districts, allowing their paper signatures to qualify under the 2008 gubernatorial standard.
Utah’s top court is expected to issue its opinion by mid-August, in just enough time to prepare ballots and voter information pamphlets for November’s showdown.
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