It states under penalty of perjury, a candidate is unaware of any tax delinquency.
Reached by phone, Franklin said he was unaware of the late taxes.
He states the law doesn't allow for mindset argument and says a candidate "shall" be disqualified for delinquent taxes.
"Perjury was committed. I've been waiting for the Jackson County Clerk to not certify him. I've been waiting for the Jackson County Election Board to do something. Nobody's done anything. An attorney read it, he said, 'Yeah, Paul, it's black and white. He broke the law. He needs to get his name off the ballot,'" Wrabec said.