It’s official! Earlier today we received word from the Attorney General’s office that initiative petitions have been certified to move forward. That includes the ballot question to Stop Taxpayer Funded Abortion. It passed constitutional muster and can proceed to the signature collection phase.
We’ve been given the green light to proceed, and we need your help!
Signature papers will be available soon and we will still need to collect 100,000 raw signatures to move forward this fall.
Have you signed up to volunteer to help us collect? Can you commit to getting 100 or 200 signatures? Many hands make light work, so please sign up to collect signatures, and please let us know if you can serve as a town captain as well.
We’ll be extremely busy with this petition drive—and our other volunteer efforts must continue too. If you can volunteer in our office, help us coordinate distribution of candidate voter guides, or push cards opposing the Trust Act, let us know.
If you can help us raise funds or door knock for our effort to repeal the Bathroom and Locker room law, let us know. We need help on a variety of fronts, so volunteer, or donate today, if you can’t volunteer.
We anticipate we could have signature collection papers for this drive as early as this coming weekend. So if you’re available to collect over the weekend, please let us know today so we can get you plugged in and get you papers.
You can email regional contact directly here:
- John Milligan (Plymouth, Bristol, Barnstable counties)
- Robert Aufiero (Essex, parts of Middlesex county)
- Steve Fruzzetti (Greater Boston, Norfolk county)
- Andrew Surprise (Worcester County, Western MA)
Other petitions are moving forward as well—we’ll have more information on those as they move through the process. They range from campaign finance changes to increases in the minimum wage. Next year could have many questions on the ballot. Stay tuned.