Protect Oregon Driver Licenses referendum 301 on SB 833 giving illegal aliens drivers licenses
Oregon Senate Bill 833 is new legislation that will provide state issued identification in the form of a driver privilege card to those who lack proof of legal presence in the U.S. The bill passed the Oregon legislature and was signed into law on May 1, 2013.
Protect Oregon Driver Licenses – PODL - filed a referendum in an effort to overturn the new law. The referendum petition signatures have been scrutinized and accepted by the Secretary of State's office and Senate Bill 833 will now be placed on the November 2014 general election ballot so that voters can decide if this new law is right for Oregon.
Due to go into affect January 1, 2014, the new law will now be put on hold until after the November 2014 election. If voters choose to overturn the new law by voting NO, the bill will be dropped. If voters approve SB 833, it will go into effect 30 days after the election.
The Protect Oregon Driver Licenses veto referendum campaign has garnered the support and endorsement of members from several branches of law enforcement as well as citizen activists here in Oregon and across the country. To view an individual endorser, simply click on their photo. You can also view the complete list of PODL endorsers.
Please donate generously! We are a grassroots organization with an all volunteer Board. Our active membership and incredible volunteers across the state have dedicated hundreds of volunteer hours and Herculean efforts toward the success of this referendum. Our opponents will likely spend millions trying to defeat it. Our goal is to make the referendum campaign a BIG WIN on election day and we need your help now! No matter whether it is $5, $20, $50, $10,000 or more, your donation will help. Our mailing address is: Protect Oregon Driver Licenses, PO Box 7354, Salem, OR 97303. Thank you!