August 31, 2020
The Nation’s Largest Petition Circulator Network Speaks Out
Let The Voters Decide, the largest network of professional petition circulators in the country, has spoken out about its political stance.
“We are nonpartisan and work for Democratic, Republican, & Independent candidates, as well as working on a wide variety of ballot initiatives ranging across the political spectrum from liberal to conservative,” said Owner and Founder Mark Jacoby.
The company collects more than 5,000,000 signatures from registered voters from states coast to coast. That’s more signatures than any entity other than Change.org.
“We do not comment on any current clients, but like all Americans, anyone who is qualified to stand for election has the right to run. To qualify to be on the ballot is unfortunately a very complicated and outdated system that varies by each individual state. We hope the media attention also recognizes the need to modernize such ballot access laws to make it easier for every American who wants to serve,” explained Jacoby.
Jacoby has been mentioned in recent news articles. His attorney, Kevin Brick, stated: “Political adversaries often attempt to slander Mr. Jacoby personally due to the fact that he was the subject of a politically-motivated public arrest in California 12 years ago on charges that were ultimately reduced to a minor misdemeanor. The facts of the actual charge were that Mr. Jacoby, then a 25-year old, had registered at a childhood address. This years-old misdemeanor charge had nothing to do with any political campaign, voters, voter registrations, elections, or any of Let The Voters Decide’s current campaigns and any ongoing focus on it is misplaced and irresponsible.”
Let the Voters Decide is the nation’s professional petition circulators, gathering over 5 million signatures annually. They are hired by potential candidates, concerned citizens or political action groups to gather signatures from voters to get a candidate or initiative on the ballot.
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