Our Work

What Let the Voters Decide has accomplished as the largest network of circulators in America.

State

Difficulty

- Difficulty

- Signatures Delivered

- Circulators Deployed

Nebraska

Tax on Gaming at Racetracks Initiative (Statutory)

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LTVD was told, “There’s no way you’re going to pull this off. You’ll end up with nothing but a black eye.” But we did pull it off. 145 circulators helped deliver 180,000 signatures supporting the Tax on Gaming at Racetracks Initiative. This initiative enacts a tax on any games of chance operated at racetracks. 123,000 signatures were needed to qualify, which LTVD circulators and each signer helped surpass by over 50,000 signatures. 

 

  • Difficult
  • 180,000
  • 145
Nebraska

Constitutional Amendment to Allow Laws Authorizing Gaming at Racetracks Initiative

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This initiative is regarding the Constitutional amendment allowing statutes authorizing games of chance at licensed racetracks. LTVD received some pushback for working on this initiative after the previous company gave up the contract due to difficulty, but we came out with 105,000 delivered signatures in a very short period of time. We are proud of what we were able to accomplish on this project, considering the governor himself was set against this initiative.

 

  • Extreme
  • 105,000
  • 145
California

California Proposition 23

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California Proposition requires physicians onsite at dialysis clinics and consent from the state for a clinic to close. It also prevents clinics from discriminating based on the source of payment from the client. 1,000,000 raw signatures were needed to qualify, and LTVD was contracted for 450,000 signatures. We deployed 400 circulators for this project, resulting in a total of 450,000 delivered signatures.

  • Low
  • 450,000
  • 400
California

California Proposition 14

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California Proposition 14 is an initiative that, if passed, would issue $5.5 billion in bonds for state stem cell research. 1,000,000 signatures were needed to qualify, and LTVD was contracted for 300,000 signatures. 400 circulators were deployed for this initiative over the course of 3 months.

  • Moderate
  • 300,000
  • 400
California

California Proposition 24

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This initiative expands the provisions of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and creates the California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA) to implement and enforce the CCPA. 400 circulators were dispatched to collect signatures supporting the California Proposition 24. In total, 300,000 delivered signatures were reported.

 

  • Moderate
  • 300,000
  • 400
California

California Proposition 15

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California Proposition 15 requires commercial and industrial properties to be taxed based on market value while allowing residential properties to continue to be taxed based on purchase price. We delivered 450,000 signatures, the same amount LTVD was contracted for. 

 

  • Moderate
  • 450,000
  • 400
California

California Changes to Medical Malpractice Lawsuits Cap Initiative

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400 circulators were deployed to collect signatures for an initiative that will increase California’s cap on noneconomic damages in medical malpractice lawsuits based on changes in inflation since 1975. The Medical Malpractice Lawsuits Cap Initiative needed 1,000,000 signatures to qualify, and LTVD was contracted for and delivered 450,000 signatures.

  • Difficult
  • 450,000
  • 400
Ohio

House Bill 6 Referendum

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In Ohio, we challenged HB6 as a national security issue, assembling 630 circulators in just 48 hours to collect signatures. HB6 would have provided roughly $1 billion in bailouts to power plants in Ohio, making it a topic of concern and urgency among voters. Circulators reported 840,000 delivered signatures in less than 20 days, a feat that is unheard of among petitioners.

  • Extreme
  • 840,000
  • 630
California

California Proposition 19

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400 circulators spent 4 months collecting signatures for California Proposition 19, which changes tax assessment transfers and inheritance rules. This initiative needed 1,000,000 raw signatures to qualify, and LTVD was contracted for and able to deliver 450,000 signatures for this issue.

  • Low
  • 450,000
  • 400
Colorado

Colorado Citizen Requirement for Voting Initiative

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This initiative would amend the Colorado Constitution to say, “Only a citizen of the United States who has attained the age of eighteen years, has resided in this state for such a time as may be prescribed by law, and has been duly registered as a voter if required by law shall be qualified to vote at all elections.” A large majority of voters in the area thought this was already a law, which made it difficult to attain a significant amount of signatures in a short period of time. 110 circulators reported 205,000 delivered signatures for this initiative.

 

  • Extreme
  • 205,000
  • 110