Oregon Prohibition of Payment Per Signature for Canvassers, Measure 26 (2002)

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Oregon Ballot Measure 26 appeared on the November 5, 2002 ballot in Oregon as a proposed constitutional amendment. It passed with 921,606 voters in favor of it, and 301,415 opposed to it.

Measure 26 prohibits Oregon chief petitioners from paying petition circulators on a per-signature basis either directly or indirectly.

The law was challenged in the case of Prete v. Bradbury.

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