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IP57 Petition Submission Deadline








Signing the Petition is Easy!

Step 1: Read Initiative Petition 57
Step 2:
Click below on the petition that’s right for you
Step 3: Click & read the instructions provided on how to print & sign your petition
Step 4: Then, print the petition that comes up on your screen, sign the petition and deliver to our office. (Map here!)

Read Initiative Petition 57

Click here for the
Single Signer E-Petition

Click here for the
Up to 5 Signers Petition

Click here for the
Up to 10 Signers Petition

Click to download Single Signer E-Petition Instructions

Click here to download
5-Signer Petition Instructions

Click here to download
10-Signer Petition Instructions

Printing your e-petition sheet:

  • PRINT the PDF of the Electronic Petition Sheet that comes up on your screen

  • For the e-petition, print ONLY on one side and must be blank on the backside.
    The Up to 5 and 10 signers petitions, must print both the cover and signature pages double-sided, front and back on one sheet.

  • The petition sheets must be printed on at least 20 pound, 8 1/2 x 11″, uncoated white paper. That’s likely just the white printer paper you have at home.

Signing your e-petition sheet:

  • Make sure to sign your name twice on both the “Request” signature line and the “Certification” signature line

  • Make sure to put the same date on both the lines you signed

  • Hand print your name and the address exactly as you are registered to vote on the last line

  • Immediately mail your hardcopy signed petition:

People Not Politicians
PO Box 3226
Salem OR, 97302

Need help?
You can email us or call us at (503) 386-7996 to speak with a campaign volunteer to walk you through it.

Don’t have a printer? 
Email and we will send you a petition sheet in the mail.


Sign the Petitions

Should you sign?

  • Yes!

  • Only registered Oregon voters may sign the petitions

  • Do not sign the petition more than once

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Add your voice to the movement and help build an enduring and inclusive democracy in Oregon.