I see you have the downloadable single-signer eSheets on your website. Weren't these made illegal?
Here are the rules:
Five and Ten Line: These have the title printed on it, so if a circulator is standing on a street corner in the middle of the forest in Harney County, they can put a 5 or 10 liner on a clipboard and ask a registered voter to sign it. If the voter is skeptical, they can read the title (the "title" is not just a headline -- it is an explanatory statement and "result of a yes vote" and "result of a no vote") which was written by the Attorney General, so they have an official, approved description of what they are signing -- not just the circulator, saying "hey, sign this and free beer and puppies and kittens."
A circulator can download these 5 and 10 line petitions and print them out, but you have to be careful, because some people don't know how to download and print. They print them out and not all the text shows up on the page and they think, "well, that's ok" or they can't print two-sided, so they skip the "cover page" or they print the cover page and then staple it to the sheet and they think, "well, that's ok" or they print the signature side in portrait mode and they think, "well, that's ok." Those sheets are all invalid because the Secretary of State didn't know if the circulator really had the title associated with the signature page at the time that the voter signed or not.
If a circulator is able to print these out correctly, or, better, requests them to be snail mailed to them from the chief petitioners, they can be standing on a street corner in the middle of the forest in Harney County and happily ask registered voters to sign.
Single Signer eSheets: A circulator cannot be standing on a street corner in the middle of the forest in Harney County and have a bunch of these printed out on a clipboard and ask people to sign because they DO NOT have the title printed on them, and you do not know what you are signing and the circulator is probably going to say "hey, sign this and free beer and puppies and kittens" and the voter will think "that's great," but it's really just doubling your taxes and giving the money to Kate Brown to use for vacations (not really, though).
We can put these on our web page, where the title is available for all to read and then if a voter likes it, they can download it for themself and sign it and mail it in. Or, if their aunt Matilda can't really operate a printer or is out of toner, she can ask them to sign one for you. You will notice, if you click on the download
link on this web page, it takes you first to a page where it has the title and even the complete text of the measure, before it will let you download a page.
You'll notice that when you sign these now, you have to sign twice: Once that you agree with the initiative and once that you swear that you printed it out for yourself or asked someone to do it, and it wasn't just some guy standing on a street corner in the middle of the forest in Harney County mumbling something about free beer and puppies and kittens.