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Getting a citizen initiative to the ballot is a significant process, even before the signature gathering phase begins. Once the initiative is drafted, petitioners must gather 1,000 sponsorship signatures from registered Oregon voters in order for the State to even look at it. What follows is one of the most critical phases for any citizen initiative - the ballot title phase. Read on to learn more.

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Initiative Petition 54 - version 3

Version 3 of the Unified Primary initiative contains a rewritten preamble, additional clerical fixes and adds additional provisions to implement approval voting in non-partisan races as well in order to provide a consistent voting process for the electorate.

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Initiative Petition 51 - version 2

Version 2 of the Unified Primary was circulated by paid petitioners over the holidays. It contains a rewritten introduction and clerical fixes.

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Initiative Petition 38 - version 1

The first version of the Unified Primary was circulated entirely by volunteers in November and early December of 2013. The text of the initiative follows:

 

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