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| {{pending}} || [[Wet up petition - Smith County, Texas, (JP4) (2013)|Wet up Smith County, Texas, (JP4) ]] || The off premise sale of beer and wine in stores is pending election in 2013.
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| {{pending}} || [[Wet up petition - Henderson County, Texas, (JP3)  (2013)|Wet up Henderson County, Texas, (JP3) ]] || The off premise sale of beer and wine in stores is pending election in 2013.
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| {{pending}} || [[Wet up petition - The City of Andrews, Texas, (1)  (2013)|Wet up The City of Andrews, Texas, (1) ]] || The off premise sale of beer and wine in stores is pending election in 2013.
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| {{pending}} || [[Wet up petition - The City of Andrews, Texas, (2)  (2013)|Wet up The City of Andrews, Texas, (2) ]] || The sale of mixed drinks in restaurants is pending election in 2013.
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Revision as of 19:30, 30 November 2013

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Petition Companies
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National Ballot Access is a petition drive management firm that collects signatures for initiative, veto referendum, recall, nominational, and plebiscite petition drives in all 50 states. The company's headquarters are located in Lawrenceville, Georgia.[1]

Personnel

Chief Executive Officer: Edee Baggett

Chief Financial Officer / Secretary: Heidi Verougstraete [1]



Petition drives

This section contains the most recent petition drives that NBA managed, along with the election outcome.

2013

US Senate Massachusetts Primary - Gabriel Gomez
Outcome Petition Description
Approveda
Gabriel Gomez for US Senate MA Ballot access for candidate Gomez primary run to fill seat vacated by John Kerry. Candidate Gomez won the primary.

Texas Local Liquor Options
Outcome Petition Description
Approveda Wet up Arlington, Texas, The sale of all alcohol for off premise consumption only was approved and was voted on in 2013.
Approveda Wet up Smith County, Texas, (JP4) The off premise sale of beer and wine in stores was approved in 2013.
Approveda Wet up Henderson County, Texas, (JP3) The off premise sale of beer and wine in stores was approved in 2013.
Approveda Wet up The City of Andrews, Texas, (1) The off premise sale of beer and wine in stores was approved in 2013.
Approveda Wet up The City of Andrews, Texas, (2) The sale of mixed drinks in restaurants was approved in 2013.

2012

Texas Local Liquor Options
Outcome Petition Description
Approveda
Wet up Plano, Texas, The sale of all alcohol for off premise consumption only was approved on the May 11th, 2013 ballot.
Approveda
Wet up Tyler, Texas, (1) The off premise sale of beer and wine in stores was approved on the November 6th, 2012 ballot.
Approveda
Wet up Tyler, Texas, (2) The sale of mixed drinks in restaurants was approved on the November 6th, 2012 ballot.
Approveda
Wet up Smith County, Texas, JP2, (1) The off premise sale of beer and wine in stores was approved on the November 6th, 2012 ballot.
Approveda
Wet up Smith County, Texas, JP2, (2) The sale of mixed drinks in restaurants was approved on the November 6th, 2012 ballot.
Approveda
Wet up Longview County, TX The off premise sale of beer and wine in stores was approved on the November 6th, 2012 ballot.
Approveda
Wet up Freestone County, TX (1) The off premise sale of beer and wine in stores was approved on the November 6th, 2012 ballot.
Approveda
Wet up Freestone County, TX (2) The sale of mixed drinks in restaurants was approved on the November 6th, 2012 ballot.
Approveda
Wet up Chandler, TX (1) The off premise sale of beer and wine in stores was approved on the November 6th, 2012 ballot.
Approveda
Wet up Chandler, TX (2) The sale of mixed drinks in restaurants was approved on the November 6th, 2012 ballot.
Benton County, AR Local Option
Outcome Petition Description
Approveda
Benton County, AR A Local Option Petition was ballot certified and was approved on the November 6th, 2012 ballot. This petition was sponsored by the Walton family to benefit Walmart's founding town of Bentonville/Rodgers, AR

2011

Texas Local Liquor Options
Outcome Petition Description
Approveda
Wet up Arlington, TX The sale of mixed beverages in restaurants was approved on the May 14th, 2011 ballot.[2]
Defeatedd
Wet up Texarkana, TX The sale of beer and wine in stores was defeated on the May 14th, 2011 ballot.[2]

2010

12 of the 15 local liquor options were approved at the ballot in 2010.

Arkansas Local Liquor Options
Outcome Petition Description
Approveda
Wet up Boone County, AR The sale of all forms of alcohol was approved on the November 2nd, 2010 ballot.[3]
Approveda
Wet up Clark County, AR The sale of all forms of alcohol was approved on the November 2nd, 2010 ballot.[4]
Texas Local Liquor Options
Outcome Petition Description
Defeatedd
Wet up Bullard, TX (1) The sale of beer and wine in stores was defeated on the November 2nd, 2010 ballot.[2]
Approveda
Wet up Bullard, TX (2) The sale of mixed drinks in restaurants was approved on the November 2nd, 2010 ballot.[2]
Approveda
Wet up Dallas, TX (1) The sale of beer and wine in stores was approved on the November 2nd, 2010 ballot.[2]
Approveda
Wet up Dallas, TX (2) The sale of mixed drinks in restaurants was approved on the November 2nd, 2010 ballot.[2]
Approveda
Wet up Harker Heights, TX The sale of all alcoholic beverages was approved on the November 2nd, 2010 ballot.[2]
Defeatedd
Wet up JP 4, Smith County, TX The off premise sale of beer and wine was defeated on the November 2nd, 2010 ballot.[2]
Approveda
Wet up Killeen, TX The sale of all alcoholic beverages was approved on the November 2nd, 2010 ballot.[2]
Approveda
Wet up Roanoke, TX The sale of all off-premise alcoholic beverages was approved on the November 2nd, 2010 ballot.[2]
Approveda
Wet up Whitehouse, TX (1) The sale of mixed drinks in restaurants was approved on the November 2nd, 2010 ballot.[2]
Defeatedd
Wet up Whitehouse, TX (2) The sale of beer and wine in stores was defeated on the November 2nd, 2010 ballot.[2]
Approveda
Wet up JP 4, Hood County, TX (1) The sale of beer and wine in stores was approved on the May 8th, 2010 ballot.[5]
Approveda
Wet up JP 4, Hood County, TX (2) The sale of mixed drinks in restaurants was approved on the May 8th, 2010 ballot.[5]
Approveda
Wet up Robinson, TX The sale of beer and wine in stores was approved on the May 8th, 2010 ballot.[5]

2009

Texas Local Liquor Options
Outcome Petition Description
Approveda
Wet Up Friendswood, TX (1) The sale of mixed drinks in restaurants were approved on the November 3rd, 2009 ballot.[5]
Approveda
Wet Up Friendswood, TX (2) The sale of beer and wine in stores were approved on the November 3rd, 2009 ballot.[5]
Approveda
Wet Up Hewitt, TX (1) The sale of beer and wine in restaurants was approved on the November 3rd, 2009 ballot.[5]
Approveda
Wet Up Hewitt, TX (2) The sale of beer and wine was approved on the November 3rd, 2009 ballot.[5]
Approveda
Wet Up Temple, TX The sale of liquor in stores was approved on the November 3rd, 2009 ballot.[5]
Approveda
Wet Up Cleburne, TX (1) The sale of mixed drinks in restaurants was approved on the May 9th, 2009 ballot.[6]
Approveda
Wet Up Cleburne, TX (2) The sale of beer and wine in stores was approved on the May 9th, 2009 ballot.[6]
Defeatedd
Wet Up JP 4, Smith County, TX (1) The sale of beer and wine in stores was defeated on the May 9th, 2009 ballot.[6]
Approveda
Wet Up JP 4, Smith County, TX (2) The sale of mixed drinks in restaurants was approved on the May 9th, 2009 ballot.[6]
Approveda
Wet Up Lubbock County, TX (1) The sale of mixed drinks in restaurants was approved on the May 9th, 2009 ballot.[6]
Approveda
Wet Up Lubbock County, TX (2) The sale of beer and wine in stores was approved on the May 9th, 2009 ballot.[6]
Dallas, Texas Initiative
Outcome Petition Description
Defeatedd
Dallas City-Owned Hotel Initiative The measure to stop the city owned hotel was defeated on the May 9th, 2009 ballot.[7]

2008

Independent Presidential Candidates
Ralph Nader, along with a few other Independent Presidential Candidates, used NBA's traveling petition crew to qualify these 18 states.
Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kentucky Maryland
Mississippi Missouri Nebraska North Carolina North Dakota Ohio
Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee West Virginia Wisconsin
Ballot Measures
Outcome Petition Description
Defeatedd
Colorado Civil Rights Initiative Prohibiting race & gender-based admissions for gov't programs was defeated at the ballot.[8]
Approveda
Nebraska Civil Rights Initiative Prohibiting race & gender-based admissions for gov't programs was approved at the ballot.[9]
Defeatedd
Andy Dillon Recall The measure to recall Michigan State Legislator Andy Dillon was defeated at the ballot.
Defeatedd
South Dakota Clean Government Act The initiative to end taxpayer-funded lobbying was defeated at the ballot.[10]

2007

Kansas City, Missouri Veto Referendum
Outcome Petition Description
Approveda
Light Rail Train Repeal - Kansas City Sufficient valid signatures were submitted on August 7th, 2007. The repeal was successful.

References

Contact

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