Category Archives: Law and Order

PRESS RELEASE – I-1000 opponents file lawsuit challenging misleading I-1300 ballot title

I-1000 opponents have challenged the ballot titles of two recent initiatives submitted by I-1000 sponsors. This afternoon, they filed another lawsuit challenging what they call the “grossly misleading” ballot title of I-1300.  I-1300 is the I-1000 sponsor’s latest attempt to repeal the voter-passed and reaffirmed Initiative I-200, and to bring back racial preferences. Unlike I-1000,… Read More »

PRESS RELEASE – Internal documents reveal that a Washington State Assistant Attorney General knowingly and improperly re-wrote a ballot title to mollify a “friendly” initiative sponsor with political connections

Internal documents reveal that a Washington State Assistant Attorney General knowingly and improperly re-wrote a ballot title to mollify a “friendly” initiative sponsor with political connections, in violation of a ruling by a judge, while also ignoring a request for fair treatment from Asian Americans. Facts of the case to date: I-1000 sponsors from last… Read More »

Letter: Request to remove Deputy Solicitor General Alan Copsey from participating issuing ballot titles related to I-1234

Last year, WA voters rejected I-1000/R-88 which would allow preferential treatment. This Tuesday, CA voters rejected Prop. 16, a similar attempt to bring back preferential treatment. The only path for initiatives seeking to allow preferential treatment to be passed by the voters is by hiding the truth, and misleading voters. And this is exactly what… Read More »

The AGO Bent Over Backward to Political Insiders and Issued Misleading Ballot Titles to Mollify Initiative Sponsors

If you ever wondered how could the AGO issue those misleading ballot titles, read on, through Public Record Request, we unearthed disturbing political insider dealings at the AGO. Our recent Public Record Request showed that instead of issuing impartial ballot titles that identify the propositions to be voted on, under the heavy influence of a… 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 »