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Questions abound over fairness of objection board hearing.

The recent hearing of objections to a petition to change voting in Osceola County has raised concerns about the transparency and validity of the petition process. The three-member board consisting of the treasurer, auditor, and county attorney heard objections from concerned citizens who claimed that there was very little information provided on the petitions to inform people of what they were signing. In some cases, there was no information at all on the petitions, which raises questions about their legitimacy.

Furthermore, there were allegations of a conflict of interest for members of the board who had signed these petitions themselves. This raises concerns about impartiality and fairness in the decision-making process.

Overall, this situation highlights the importance of ensuring transparency and clarity in petition processes to ensure that citizens can make informed decisions. It also underscores the need for impartiality and fairness in decision-making bodies to maintain public trust and confidence.

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