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National Petition Management

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Petition Companies
National Petition Management or "NPM" is a petition drive management firm with offices in California and Michigan. It was formed in 1993 and is owned by Lee Albright, who formerly worked with American Petition Consultants.

Petition drive


See also: 2010 ballot measure petition signature costs, Vendors and consultants to California's 2010 ballot proposition campaigns


NPM collected the signatures to put the Maine Same-Sex Marriage People's Veto, Question 1 on the ballot. The firm was paid $308,000 for the signatures they collected in this petition drive.[3][4]



NPM was the signature vendor for the California Safe Neighborhood Act, at a cost of $1.022 million.[5]


NPM collected the signatures to qualify a gambling loss limits repeal measure for the ballot in Missouri, at a cost of $1,076,956.[6]


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