IP-4 is a PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
DOWNLOAD a Petition
Sadly, we can’t e-sign in Oregon. The link above will allow you to download a single-signer petition to print and sign. You can share the PDF and/or print multiple copies if you like.
If you wish to gather larger numbers of signatures from friends, neighbors, family, or at an event, please contact us, and we will postal mail you pre-printed 10-signature sheets. The Secretary of State is very picky about how the 10–signature sheets are printed, so we’re happy to source them to you.
We need 200k signatures by June of 2024. Please send your signature sheets to us as soon as they are complete – the address is on the petition … PO Box 218, West Linn OR 97068-0218.
Key Features of the Initiative
- IP-4 moves the final decision on whether to create a new toll to the citizens by formalizing a new Right To Vote on these new taxes before they are implemented. IP-4 does not stop tolls – but with IP-4 you get the right to vote yes or no on each toll!
- All tolls on any road or bridge are included
- Includes cars, trucks, and bicycles (yes, ODOT’s new taxing strategy can include bicycle tolls)
- A regional vote is required before any new toll, INCLUDING the I-205 and I-5 tolls ODOT is currently working on. IP-4 is retroactive to 1/1/2018
- A “region” is defined as any county within 15 miles of any sector of road being tolled. This means Clackamas, Washington and Multnomah will be voting on ALL tolls in the greater tri-county Portland metro area (I-5, I-205, I-84, Hwys 30, 99, 217, 26, and the I-5 & I-205 Columbia River Bridges)
- With IP-4 in place, ODOT and other tolling agencies will have to be more informative and proactively transparent with regard to tolling goals, rates, use of funds, sun-setting, overheads, etc. if they expect the voters to approve a new toll.