(Bismarck, ND) — The North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation is looking into a man connected to a rejected ballot measure. Search warrant documents filed yesterday show the bureau searched Charles Tuttle’s home Monday. No one was arrested, but 15-time cards were seized. Tuttle was a petition circulator for a proposed ballot measure that called for term limits on the governor and lawmakers. About 29 thousand signatures were rejected by Secretary of State Al Jaeger in March, citing irregularities. Jaeger referred the matter to Attorney General Drew Wrigley.
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