Here is a sign-up sheet where folks can put down their names and contact info.
You should also carry around some mailing labels for people who want to pledge 25, 100, or 250 signatures; have them fill out one of the mailing labels and we'll use it to mail them initiative petitions in late January 2004. (Hopefully seeing their pledge in their own handwriting will give them an extra incentive to follow through!) The mailing labels are compatible with Avery 5163 (2" x 4", 10 to a page) labels. Here are the mailing labels in Microsoft Word; if you have trouble with that, try the following PDF files: 25, 100, 250. (Note that the PDF files don't seem to align as well as the Word documents; also, the ink may smudge on ink-jet printers, so laser printers are better if you have access to one.)
Here is the draft initiative we filed August 20, 2003. (Thanks to David Bricklin and Jennifer Dold of Bricklin Newman Dold LLP for their pro bono legal assistance!)
The Secretary of State's initiative webpage is a great place to start. In particular, their Procedures for Filing Initiatives and Referendums in Washington State is an excellent overview of the initiative process. For the nitty gritty, the law governing the initiative process is Chapter 29.79 RCW. To complement these official documents, here are some unofficial highlights of the initiative process.