Category Archives: I-1000

THE SECRETARY OF STATE CERTIFIED REFERENDUM MEASURE 88, NEW CAMPAIGN SITE LAUNCHED TO DEFEAT I-1000 IN THE FALL

On Wednesday, August 7th, the Secretary of State certified Referendum Measure 88 (R-88) for the November general election.  “We set a record for number of signatures backing a referendum measure,” said Linda Yang, head of Washington Asians for Equality.  “And this is the first time in Washington State’s history and in this country’s history that… Read More »

R-88 SPONSORS SUBMITTED A RECORD NUMBER OF SIGNATURES AND KICKED OFF REJECT I-1000 CAMPAIGN

Let People Vote campaign submitted 215,765 signatures to the Secretary of State by July 27th, the last day to turn in R-88 signatures. “We set a record for number of signatures backing a referendum measure.” Said Linda Yang, head of Washington Asians for Equality. “And this is also the first time in Washington State’s, or… Read More »

Judges Ruled Based on Politics NOT on Laws in I-1000 Case

When judges abused power, ignored law, and ruled based on political interests, nobody won. The lawless rulings by Thurston County Superior Court and Washington State Supreme Court on the I-1000 lawsuit have prolong consequences for years to come: The Secretary of State did not comply with WAC 434-379-010. The sample she drew did not represent… Read More »