How to Sign Initiative 187
Part of what makes getting 25,468 signatures so difficult is that they all have to be signed in person with good old-fashioned pen and paper. Since the suspension of face-to-face signing resulting from COVID-19 social distancing orders, the signing process has changed! So we must do this primarily by mail.
So, please click here to print and sign the I-187 initiative. Then click here to print the Verification of Signature Gatherer form and fill it out. Then mail both to your county election office whose address is found at this link. Candidly, we do not know yet whether the verification form will be accepted since this procedure has just been suggested and all state offices involved need time to consider it. We are confident that careful consideration is underway.
In addition, please submit the volunteer form below so we know what you have done. (Ignore the the instructions at the bottom of the petition signature sheet relating to notarization.)
If you want to sign the petition or volunteer with MTCARES, fill out the form below and we'll be in touch.
The simplest way to sign was to meet up with a volunteer and sign their form. Because of COVID-19 you aren’t able to meet with a volunteer. However, you can follow the instructions above and sign it on your own. Either way, the initiative can only be signed in person. Enter your information below so we can know what you did or respond if you need help.
Speak to a volunteer
The easiest way to sign the petition was for a volunteer to come collect your signature or for you to go to an I-187 event. COVID-19 made that impractical. So we are exploring safer options that are being posted here.
Get started on your own
Believe it or not, you can collect your own signature. After you sign, you previously had it notarized. COVID-19 made that impractical. Please see the top of this page for other instructions on how to verify your signature and mail it to your county voting administrator for counting.