Secretary of State
The Elections Division received a certified ballot title from the Attorney General on May 23, 2018, for Initiative Petition 2018-043, proposed for the November 6, 2018, General Election.
Prohibits "assault weapons" (defined), "large capacity magazines" (defined), unless registered with state police. Criminal penalties
Walter John Knutson, 4526 NE 27th Ave Portland, OR 97211
Michael Z. Cahana, 3139 SW Fairmount Blvd. Portland, OR 97239
Alcena E. Boozer, 5256 NE 48th Ave. Portland, OR 97218
Any registered voter, who submitted timely written comments on the draft ballot title and is dissatisfied with the certified ballot title issued by the Attorney General, may petition the Oregon Supreme Court to review the ballot title.
If a registered voter petitions the Supreme Court to review the ballot title, the voter must notify the Elections Division by completing and filing form
SEL 324 Notice of Ballot Title Challenge. If this notice is not timely filed, the petition to the Supreme Court may be dismissed.
June 7, 2018
How to Submit Appeal
Refer to Oregon Rules of Appellate Procedure, Rule 11.30 or contact the Oregon Supreme Court for more information at 503.986.5555.
1st business day after appeal filed with Supreme Court, 5 pm
How to Submit Notice
Scan and Email to email@example.com
Fax to 503.373.7414
Mail to 255 Capitol St NE Ste 501, Salem OR 97310
More information, including the certified ballot title and the Secretary of State's determination that the proposed initiative petition is in compliance with the procedural requirements established in the Oregon Constitution for initiative petitions, is contained in the IRR Database available at www.oregonvotes.gov.