You may download a copy of the Gas Tax Repeal petition, sign and mail it in. But the deadline is getting near. Please pay careful attention: the information you submitted online will not complete the process – it simply gave access to the petition to download and print. Under state law, all petitions must be filled out by hand with a PEN. If you need to re-download the petition for any reason, use this link

If the official two-page petition package did not properly download for you, if you had trouble printing it out, or have any questions, please email us back at or call 619-786-8019.

One more thing: PLEASE share this address with ALL your friends and encourage them to also sign the petition by going to It is absolutely critical that we get your help in spreading the word to other California voters!

Thank you! We will keep you informed as the Gas Tax Repeal Initiative campaign progresses.


Carl DeMaio
Chairman, Reform California
Some details on the legislation:

1800. (17-0004 Amdt.#1)
Eliminates Recently Enacted Road Repair and Transportation Funding by Repealing Revenues Dedicated for Those Purposes. Initiative Statute.
Summary Date: 07/10/17 | Circulation Deadline: 01/08/18 | Signatures Required: 365,880
Proponent: Travis Allen

Eliminates recently enacted state and local transportation funding for repair and maintenance of streets, highways, bridges, safety projects, and public transportation by repealing portions of the tax on gasoline ($0.12 per gallon) and diesel fuel ($0.20 per gallon), sales and excise taxes on diesel fuel (4% per gallon), vehicle registration fees ($25-$175, depending on vehicle value), and $100 zero-emission vehicle fee. Eliminates Independent Office of Audits and Investigations, which is responsible for ensuring accountability in the use of revenue for transportation projects. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local government: Reduced annual state transportation revenues of $2.9 billion in 2018-19, increasing to $4.9 billion annually by 2020-21. These revenues would otherwise primarily support state highway maintenance and rehabilitation, local streets and roads, and mass transit. (17-0004).


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