Petition signature revocation
Up until June 17, 2009, Florida voters who signed initiative petitions had the option of revoking the signature within 150 days of signing a petition. Election officials were required to make revocation forms available at all election offices. Voters who wanted to revoke their signature had to file a petition-revocation form and pay 10-cents (the signature verification fee in Florida) or the actual cost of verification.
In March 2010, Gov. Gary Herbert signed Senate Bill 275. SB 275 allows for Utahns to remove their names from statewide initiative and referendum petitions. According to the filed legislation, signees would no longer to have to provide a notarized letter in order to remove their name. All that would be required is a letter with personal identification attached. Removal of a signature can happen up to a month before petitions are due or become public.