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to get I-1464 on the ballot in November!
Thank you! Thanks
to volunteers and supporters like you, Integrity Washington reached an
important milestone on July 8th. After months of hard work we turned in
328,125 signatures to get Initiative 1464 on the November ballot!
What comes next? Over the next few weeks, the Secretary of State's office will be processing
petitions and reviewing signatures to verify the minimum of 246,372
signatures needed to make the ballot.
We will be monitoring the process to ensure every signature is counted
properly. If you would like to help with this process, please keep reading to
As we move forward, we will also need your help telling voters across the
state about I-1464. If you haven't already, sign up for information about upcoming volunteer
opportunities, and be sure to share our Facebook page with your friends. Getting signatures turned in was a huge step, but the campaign is just beginning!
has endorsed support for the following initiatives
(all are in the signature gathering phase):
I-1433 Initiative Measure No. 1433 concerns labor standards.
This measure would increase the
state minimum wage to $11.00 in 2017, $11.50 in 2018, $12.00 in 2019, and
$13.50 in 2020, require employers to provide paid sick leave, and adopt related
I-1464 Initiative Measure No. 1464 concerns campaign finance laws
This measure would create a
campaign-finance system; allows residents to direct state funds to candidates;
repeal the non-resident sales tax exemption; restrict lobbying employment by
certain former public employees; and add enforcement requirements.
I-1491 Initiative Measure No. 1491
concerns court orders temporarily preventing access to firearms.
This measure would allow police,
family, or household members to obtain court orders temporarily preventing
access to firearms by persons who, because of mental illness or other factors,
may harm themselves or others.
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