The Times’ recent editorial on the SeaTac petitions issue was surprising, saying that, in the case of duplicate signatures, one of them should be counted. [“Too many signatures weeded out in SeaTac,” Opinion, Sept. 6.]
I thought the message was clear: Go ahead and try to cheat. If you’re not caught, your multiple signatures will be counted. If you are caught, one signature will still be counted and there will be no repercussions.
Bob Vos, Auburn