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I-2066 Super Signing Events scheduled across Washington

June 3, 2024

(OLYMPIA) – Supporters of Initiative 2066: Protect Energy Choice have a series of super signing events scheduled across Washington to give voters easy access to sign petitions. The initiative protects reliable, affordable energy choices like natural gas for consumers and small businesses and prohibits natural gas bans in Washington.

  • Daily through June 10 from 11 am to 7 pm: Vancouver Mall (Lower level in front of Macy’s)
  • June 4 from 6 to 7 pm: CenterPlace Regional Event Center (North Discovery Place, Spokane Valley)
  • June 6 at 4 pm: Washington State Capitol steps (416 Sid Snyder Ave SW, Olympia)
  • June 8 from 9 am to 3 pm: Super signing event with John Carlson and Brian Heywood (Eastside Harley-Davidson, 2350 136th Pl NE, Bellevue)
  • June 12 from 6-7 pm: Ferndale Events Center (5715 Barrett Road, Ferndale)
  • June 22 from 10 am to 2 pm: Hotel Indigo, Vancouver (On the sidewalk next to the valet)

New super signing events and locations added daily

Aside from super-signing events, Let’s Go Washington has roughly 350 signing locations around the state. They add new pop-up super signing events and signing locations every day so check back frequently.

Interest among voters has been high. More than 2,000 people requested petitions from the Let’s Go Washington website in the first four days, according to Let’s Go Washington’s Brian Heywood. In the first two weeks of signing, more than 70,000 people have signed in support, putting signature-gathering on track to meet the 405,000-signature goal.

The group filed I-2066 in response to a series of regulatory and legislative decisions threatening access to the state’s supply of natural gas now and into the future.

“Millions rely on natural gas in Washington,” said Greg Lane, Building Industry Association of Washington Executive Vice President. “Many already struggle to pay their energy bills. It’s short-sighted, costly and cruel to force Washington to abandon natural gas. Especially when inflation is so high, and our energy grid and supply chain aren’t ready to handle it.

“This initiative gives families and businesses choices when it comes to their energy mix,” Lane said.

Supporters are working to collect 405,000 signatures by the July 5 deadline to get the measure on the November ballot.

Read more about the initiative and see who’s supporting it.



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