What information the signer writes on the document is false? Is the signer warned on the document that he/she should not sign if he/she isn't a valid voter? No.(a) Falsify any information in respect to or fraudulently deface or destroy a certificate of nomination, nomination paper, declaration of candidacy or petition for an election, including a recall petition or petition for a referendum; or file or receive for filing a certificate of nomination, nomination paper, declaration of candidacy or any such petition, knowing any part is falsely made.
The person gathering the signatures signs the agreement at bottom of the petition, which states that they "know that the signers are electors..." An "elector" is a person who is legally eligible to vote. If they did not ask signers about their eligibility, then the person gathering signatures has falsified information. If the person gathering signatures did inquire about a signers eligibility, and the signer lied and said they were eligible to vote, then the signer just committed fraud by signing the petition.
Are you really going to continue this game? All you're doing is making yourself look foolish.
Good ole Grim, always looking for the worst explanation.
The simple fact is that people who do this are usually low paid clerks. There is a reason twice as many signatures were collected as necessary, to account for these kinds of errors.