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Oregon Ballot Measure 134 (2008)

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Oregon Ballot Measure 134 (2008) was an initiated state statute dealing with the initiative and referendum process in Oregon. The measure, if it had passed, would have presumed signatures valid if person registered to vote within 10 days, prohibited invalidation based soley on circulator's unlawful act.[1]

Ballot title

The official ballot title read at the time:

Amends Laws Related To Initiative, Referendum, Recall Petition Processes, Including Circulation, Signature Gathering, Signature Verification

Proponents

Glenn Pelikan, Shahriyar Smith, and Laura Janssen

Status

This measure did not qualify for the 2008 ballot.

Support

The Republican Party of Oregon wrote a resolution in support of this initiative, which can be viewed here: In support of initiative petition 134

See also

References