Opie, the day of filing, Presswood and Kreher filed their petitions and left immediately after. Beckland and I left at the same time and I called Presswood and told him that Luehmann and Viessman were going to go over his petition with a fine tooth comb. He assured me that he would go by the Township on his lunch hour and get a copy of Viessman's to look over. He did that. He then later called me and told me that Viessman's petitions were missing the notary stamp. I asked him to let me see them because I couldn't believe it. When Presswood filed his objection with the Clerk's office, he told Helen what he was objecting to. Helen pulled the petitions from the file drawer and told Presswood the petitions from Viessman did (now) have the notary seal. I was there. I believe that Helen saw that Viessman's petitions lacked a seal, but I don't think she would have called Presswood and told him.