Our Progress


ProgressGraph.JPGCurrent signature count is 337,263 (December 31, 2015) 
WAmend volunteers and staff collected 293,420 signatures.  Fix Democracy First for I-735 added an additional 43,843 signatures.

 Thank you to all those who made this possible!

 

King County Petition Returns*
King - Unknown 243
King - Central 577
King - East 2,272
King - North 1,406
King - Southwest 737
King County Subtotal 5,235
                      
(*Every petition represents 20 signatures.)

 

 
Statewide Petition Returns*
Asotin 3
Benton-Franklin 63
Chelan 12
Clallam 374
Clark 305
Cowlitz 42
Douglas 9
Grant 3
Grays Harbor 9
Island 522
Jefferson 879
Kitsap 1078
Kittitas 43
Klickitat 13
Lewis 2
Mason 9
NE: Ferry, Stevens, Pend Oreille 109
Pacific 6
Pierce 804
San Juan 160
Skagit 424
Sno - North 317
Sno - South 209
Snohomish 1
Spokane 1463
Thurston 796
Unknown 895
Walla Walla 14
Whatcom 810
Whitman 2
Skamania 2
Yakima 19
Okanogan 12
Wahkiakum 1
Grand Total 14,671

(*Every petition represents 20 signatures.)

 

 

 


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Joe Podorsek "I’m involved in Initiative 735 because the cost of elections means people are elected who do not represent my needs or the needs of the common good."
- Joe Podorsek, 84, retired Navy, Issaquah

Marchers "We support I-735 because we want to return power to We the People. What we want is being drowned out by the power of the wealthy and the corporations in our governance and our electoral process."
- Linda Brewster, 67, retired psychologist, Port Townsend
- Mike Regan, 68, builder of dome houses, Port Hadlock
- Judy D’Amore, 70, retired teacher, Port Townsend
- Jackie Aase, 62, vintner, Port Townsend
- Cindy Jayne, 52, project manager, Jefferson County

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