Our 2020 ballot access petition drive has begun!
A successful petition drive depends on hard working volunteers to help get the job done. Every valid signature saves us time and money that can be applied to other necessary areas.
Before printing the pages below, it’s important to remember these things:
1) Make sure the sheets are printed 2 sided. The front and back pages of each petition sheet must be on the same piece of paper.
2) You must personally witness every signature. You can’t leave pages unattended and not witness the signatures if you are the one distributing the petition.
3) Those who obtain petition signatures must be legal residents of the U.S.; in addition, they cannot be minors, nor can they be felons whose voting rights have not been restored. Also, those who obtain petition signatures must have the petitions notarized.
4) You cannot witness your own signature. (That is, if you sign a petition and then have it notarized, your signature will not count.)
5) When your petitions have been notarized and are thus ready for submission, you should not send the petitions to the Department of Elections. Rather, you should contact a local petition drive coordinator and arrange transfer of the notarized petitions to that local coordinator.