Voter Education Project
States where Berg has been active
Berg testified in an October 2005 legislative hearing in Massachusetts, suggesting additional restrictions on laws governing the initiative process in Massachusetts "including a regulation that signature collectors be paid a stipend or hourly wage to stop them from being motivated by the number of signatures collected."
Berg was paid $14,559.38 between July 11 and August 1, 2006 by Nevadans for Nevada, the group conducting a petition blocking effort to keep the Tax and Spending Control Initiative off the ballot in Nevada.
The Oklahoma Journal Record reported on July 13, 2006 that Berg had been hired in Oklahoma during the petition drive for the Oklahoma Stop Overspending Initiative by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and other groups to supervise individuals who were monitoring the signature-gathering process.
- The Voter Education (Eradication) Project: Is Their Goal Education or Elimination of Oregon Voters’ Rights?
- Blue Oregon, "Contributor bio of Jeannie Berg," accessed April 29, 2014
- CNN, "State coffers flush, but voters want some back," October 23, 2000
- NW Labor Press.org, "Voter Education Project fights petition fraud," accessed April 29, 2014
- The Pilot, "Marriage petition backers answer questions on signatures," accessed April 29, 2014
- Nebraska Accountability and Disclosure Commission, "Expenditure detail," August 8, 2008
- Nevada Secretary of State, "Nevada for Nevadans - Expenditure Detail, August 8, 2006, Mandatory Disclosure," accessed February 16, 2008
- VLex, "TABOR challengers, backers offer views on grand jury probe," accessed April 29, 2014