IMPORTANT NOTES ON eSHEETS (single sign petitions):

  • You must SIGN IN TWO PLACES. The first is stating that you are requesting this petition to be placed on the ballot for approval or rejection by the registered voters of Oregon.  The second is stating that you personally printed the petition sheet or requested that a separate person print it so that you can sign it.
  • The petition MUST BE DATED.

  • Please PRINT your name and residence address on the last row. Please PRINT LEGIBLY.

  • It is forbidden by the Secretary of State to pre-print and distribute the eSheets. They can only be printed one at a time, by request only.

  • As with any petition, please read the full cover sheet including all instructions, and comply with any instructions provided.

IP301 – Referendum 301 from

Where the Citizens Veto Senate Bill 554

Read Senate Bill 554

Print the IP301 Single Signer Petition


Oregon Legislature passed HB2681during the 2021 long session. This bill basically guts voter list maintenance by allowing a voter’s address to be out of date and inaccurate. We don’t know where the voter is located. They also are no longer required to vote within any time frame. These are key indicators that the voter is inactive.  Previously, Oregon required a voter to vote at least one time within a 5 year time or that voter was removed from the voter list, or marked as “inactive”.

A few years ago under Dennis Richardson the time requirement was moved to 10 years or the voter would be removed.

HB2681 takes away any time requirement. It could be 10, 20, 30 or more years.

IP-302 is to refer this BAD BILL to Oregonian voters, rather than allowing our elected legislators to determine our fate in regards to the integrity of Oregon’s elections.

Clean voter rolls are the hallmark of good elections. Let Oregon voters decide if they want this bill.


Learn More

To read HB2681 or to view more specific information such as deadlines, address to mail petitions to, etc., please visit the Chief Petitioner’s Website.

Ready to Sign?

Please be sure to follow all instructions at the top of this page. Also, please be sure to review the Chief Petitioner’s website for additional information!