2013 ballot measure petition signature costs

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Cost Per Required Signature
Analyses

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2013 Signature costs
2012 Signature costs
2010 Signature costs
This Ballotpedia report is an in-depth look at the "cost-per-required-signature" for measures that qualified for state ballots.

The cost per required signature is a comparison of the amount of money spent on the petition drive in comparison to the number of signatures the state requires for an initiative to make the ballot. For more information about this report and how it is compiled, see here.

General Disclaimer: All calculations are only as accurate as the data made available through the data sources.

Colorado Amendment 66

  • The CPRS for Amendment 66 - given that $779,046 was spent on signatures versus a minimum requirement of 86,105 signatures - comes to an astounding $11.05 per required signature.

Washington I-517

  • The CPRS for I-517 - given that $305,454 was spent on signatures versus a minimum requirement of 246,372 signatures - comes to $1.24 per required signature.

Washington I-522

  • Signatures to qualify Initiative 522 for the ballot were collected by Peoples Petitions LLC, among other groups.[6]
  • The CPRS for I-522 - given that $407,747 was spent on signatures versus a minimum requirement of 246,372 signatures - comes to $1.66 per required signature.

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