Petition drive deadlines, 2013

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Tuesday Count and 2013 Scorecard

Number of measuresMeasures of note

November 5
ColoradoMaineNew JerseyNew YorkTexasWashington

Admin. of gov'tBond issuesBudgetsBusiness regulationCivil serviceCounty governanceDirect democracyEducationFood & agricultureForests & parksGamblingHealthcareHousingMarijuanaMinimum wageState judiciaryTaxesTransportationVeterans

Potential measuresFiled Initiatives

WashingtonOregonCaliforniaNevadaArizonaAlaskaIdahoUtahNew MexicoTexasHawaiiOklahomaColoradoWyomingMontanaNorth DakotaSouth DakotaNebraskaKansasMinnesotaIowaMissouriWisconsinIllinoisArkansasLouisianaMichiganIndianaKentuckyTennesseeMississippiAlabamaFloridaGeorgiaOhioSouth CarolinaNorth CarolinaVirginiaWest VirginiaPennsylvaniaNew YorkMaineVermontNew HampshireMassachusettsRhode IslandConnecticutNew JerseyDelawareMarylandWashington, D.C.US Map I&R.png
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Red padlock.png = A deadline that has passed. Some states have more than one deadline, with differing deadlines depending on the type of ballot measure or because there are multiple stages in the petition submission process.

Status

State Filing deadline for 2013 ballot Signatures for amendment Signatures for statute Signatures for veto referendum[1]
Colorado August 5[2] 86,105 86,105 86,105
Maine January 24 N/A 57,277 57,277
Mississippi
Ohio July 3 385,245 115,574 [3] 231,150
Washington January 4 (ITL), July 5 (ITP) N/A 246,372 123,186

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References

  1. Veto referendums, in most states, require a deadline of a certain amount of days after a targeted law is passed. Therefore, the deadlines in this chart do not apply to veto referendums. Deadlines can be found in a proposed veto referendum's article on Ballotpedia.
  2. Colorado Secretary of State, "Signature Requirements for Statewide Initiative Petitions", Retrieved January 2, 2013
  3. Ohio uses both direct and indirect initiated statues. For the Legislature to consider an indirect statute, 115,574 signatures is needed, which equals to three percent of the total number of ballots casted in the 2010 Governor's election. If the Legislature fails to qualify the statute, a sponsor must collect an additional 115,574 signatures.