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*'''Citizens in Charge''' (CIC) is a [[501(c)(4)]] advocacy organization that works directly with public officials and voters to protect and spread ballot initiative rights.  The [[Citizens in Charge Foundation]] is a separate [[501(c)(3)]] organization.
 
*'''Citizens in Charge''' (CIC) is a [[501(c)(4)]] advocacy organization that works directly with public officials and voters to protect and spread ballot initiative rights.  The [[Citizens in Charge Foundation]] is a separate [[501(c)(3)]] organization.
  
*The organization works with activists, legislators, media, opinion leaders and voters to protect the initiative and referendum process where it exists in 24 states and to expand the process to the 26 states where voters currently lack that right.
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*"The organization works with activists, legislators, media, opinion leaders and voters to protect the initiative and referendum process where it exists in 24 states and to expand the process to the 26 states where voters currently lack that right."<ref>[http://www.citizensincharge.org/about-us/cic '''Citizens in Charge''',"About Us," retrieved February 13, 2011 </ref>
  
 
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* [http://www.citizensinchargec4.org/about-us/cic Website of Citizens in Charge]
 
* [http://www.citizensinchargec4.org/about-us/cic Website of Citizens in Charge]
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Revision as of 18:54, 13 February 2011





Citizens in Charge
Website:http://www.citizensincharge.org/
  • Citizens in Charge (CIC) is a 501(c)(4) advocacy organization that works directly with public officials and voters to protect and spread ballot initiative rights. The Citizens in Charge Foundation is a separate 501(c)(3) organization.
  • "The organization works with activists, legislators, media, opinion leaders and voters to protect the initiative and referendum process where it exists in 24 states and to expand the process to the 26 states where voters currently lack that right."[1]

Leadership

The board of directors of Citizens in Charge includes Paul Jacob, Eric O'Keefe, Dave Biddulph, Steven R. Merican, Dennis Polhill, Bill Redpath, Rob Richie, John Tillman and Dane Waters.

Measures

External links

References

  1. [http://www.citizensincharge.org/about-us/cic Citizens in Charge,"About Us," retrieved February 13, 2011

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