(Bismarck, ND) -- North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley is set to review petitions for a proposed ballot measure for possible prosecution.
Secretary of State Al Jaeger officially referred the matter to Wrigley Tuesday because some of the signatures "were obtained in violation of the law." Supporters of a measure for term limits submitted over 14-hundred petitions last month containing more than 46-thousand signatures, more than the amount needed to qualify to put the issue on the November ballot.
Jaeger said last week that he was rejecting 29-thousand signatures because of irregularities. Wrigley says he will review the materials to determine if additional investigation is needed.