Sponsored by North Dakota Compassionate Care 2016, Treasurer Murphy Anderson
So one of our fabulous under 25 year old circulators told me he had 100 signatures to turn in.
Me: Great, get it notarized at the Bank and I’ll pick it up.
Him: Okay - but how do you do it? I’ve never been to a notary.
I’m thinking - How do you no know what a Notary Public is? Then I realized, at his age, he’s probably never done a lease, done a bill of sale or done a promissory note.
Among other things, A Notary Public witnesses or authenticates documents…such as attesting the signature and execution of documents.
ANYWAY: It took 1:34 minutes to make sure his pages were in order - The bill pages 1-34 and signatures on pages 35-36-37-35-36-37 and the notary page.
Walked into the Bank where the Notary ask for his driver’s license, watched him print his name, street number, city, state and zip, watched him sign his name. She signed and stamped the paperwork
recorded the transaction in her journal and POOF
Done and Done - Whole thing from start to finish took
So, what’s the excuse for spending hours and hours collecting signatures yet, you won’t take under 10 minutes to finish the job?
Find one at your bank plus some shipping stores or grocery
store customer service counters.
Get your petitions notarized, mailed in and counted.
Attn: Tracker (Anita)
3114 37 1/2 Avenue South
Fargo , ND 58104