Sign Referendum Measure 88, Let Washingtonians Vote On I-1000
Disclaimer: R-88 is managed by Let People Vote campaign committee, and should not be confused with I-1648, a Tim Eyman backed initiative. For more info about the Let People Vote campaign committee, please call 425-588-8011.
Despite strong oppositions, lawmakers in Olympia rushed to pass Initiative 1000 (I-1000) in the last few hours of this legislative session. I-1000 can be summed up in one sentence: It would abolish the standard of equality for all, regardless of races, sex, color, age, ethnicity, or national origin, as required by Washington Civil Rights Act, and replace it with a system that uses different rules for people of different races.
Referendum Measure 88 has been filed with the Secretary of State to put that choice where it really belongs – in the hands of the people.
Please sign up to help qualify Referendum Measure 88 and let people vote on I-1000 (in the form of Referendum Measure 88) in November’s ballot.
Initiative 1000 seeks to repeal Washington Civil Rights Act (I-200) and was enacted by the Legislature on the last day of the session in order to deny a public vote on the matter. Voter approved I-200 by more than 58% of votes in 1998. Why shouldn’t voters be allowed to decide whether to change it?
We have filed Referendum Measure 88 to put I-1000 on the November ballot. We have till 7/27 to collect 170,000 voters’ signatures and qualify it for the November ballot. The public will have the opportunity to debate if racial preferential treatment has a place in today’s society.
Signature Collection Has Started!
On 5/29/2019, our petition sheet was approved and we started signature collections immediately. We are collecting signatures in all big events, and we will update the fixed signature collection locations. If you cannot find one close to you, please contact us. We may either let you the closest location(s), or mail you a petition sheet (up to 15 signatures per sheet).