Discover petitions to sign

Safety on Morris Bridge Road

Morris Bridge Road is becoming one of the most dangerous streets in Hillsborough County as evident by the numerous accidents and fatalities. If nothing is done, the safety and lives will continue to be at stake. We, the residents of Cory Lake Isle have formed this petition to demonstrate to local government officials that street lights on Morris Bridge are necessary. Street lights will control the flow of traffic on this road, reduce the tendency to speed, improve the visibility of drivers and significantly decrease the number of accidents. Moreover, a traffic light outside of Cory Lake Isles would also tremendously help with safety.Please consider signing this petition.

Read more

239 signed of 500 goal

Keeping the Menchville High School's Guitar Class

Dear Menchville High School Administration,We, the students and supporters of Menchville High School, strongly urge you to reconsider the decision to eliminate the guitar class from our school's curriculum. This class has been a valuable asset to our school community and has provided countless students with a unique opportunity to learn and grow as musicians.According to recent studies, learning an instrument such as the guitar can have numerous benefits for students. It can improve cognitive function, enhance creativity, and even boost academic performance in other subjects. Additionally, playing music has been shown to reduce stress levels and improve overall mental health.Furthermore, the guitar class at Menchville High School has consistently received high praise from both students and faculty members alike. Many former students have gone on to pursue careers in music or continue playing as a hobby thanks in part to their experiences in this class.We understand that budget cuts are necessary at times, but we believe that eliminating this program would be a disservice not only to current students but also future generations of Menchville High School attendees. We ask that you consider alternative solutions before making any final decisions regarding the fate of this important program.Thank you for your time and consideration.Sincerely,The students and supporters of the Menchville guitar class. 

Read more

195 signed of 200 goal

Grant the Funny 4 Fizz Fame Forever by Knighting Them

The people of Stanford Fizz are in desperate need of comedic relief from the constant toxicity and complaining that takes place on the app. In order to remedy this, we need comedic heroes. The Funny 4 have lept into the Fizz scene with unwavering courage and have begun their efforts to make Fizz a good place. Their efforts must be honored in perpetuity in order to maintain a positive Fizz culture. The best and most logical way to do this is to have them sent to England to be officially knighted. By signing this petition, you help make this dream of Fizz utopia a reality.

Read more

5 signed of 10 goal

Buc-ee’s Pajama Day

Buc-ee’s Store-Wide Pajama Day would greatly improve company morale, increase sales in our pajama products and the customers would heavily enjoy the experience of a lifetime. This is a matter than I and many others strongly believe in. Give it up for Buc-ee’s Branded Employee Pajama Day!

Read more

16 signed of 25 goal

Request the District Attorney and Governor of Alabama to exonerate and grant clemency

      To the citizens of the United States and beyond,   This petition is for two men wrongfully convicted in Mobile, AL in 2002.  Shanta Phillips and Myron Jones found themselves at the mercy of the justice system having been accused of a crime they did not commit.  Both men, at the age of 26 and 17 respectively, of Prichard, Alabama were wrongfully accused and tried without any evidence. Both men were convicted of Capital Murder and sentenced to Life without Parole.  Having been in prison for over 21 years we are calling for the State of Alabama to exonerate them from the wrongful conviction that has ruined their lives and the lives of their loved ones. Despite this horrible injustice they both still have faith that the truth shall set them free. Shanta and Myron have continued to stay strong in their faith.  Both men are truly grateful for all the community support and everyone who has rallied around them in their fight for freedom and justice.  Now we are asking for your help.   The evidence used to convict Shanta and Myron was based solely on an unreliable witness's testimony who later recanted after the conviction.  There was no DNA evidence nor any physical evidence other than the witness’s perjured testimony. Again, THERE WAS NO EVIDENCE and yet they were convicted based on a known felon's testimony, who did not qualify as a reliable witness.  This trial was solely based on a witness who repeatedly admitted to being addicted to crack cocaine and  who was in legal trouble for burglary.  Both men have always and continue to maintain their innocence.  After spending over 21 years in prison for a crime they did not commit, we are asking for your support.  This petition is a plea to the State of Alabama, specifically the District Attorney and the Governor, to exonerate and grant them clemency.  Please help us gain momentum in our fight to make a horrible wrong right.   Please consider supporting us by getting as many signatures as possible. With your help we can end this horrible wrongdoing by getting the District Attorney to assist with overturning their wrongful convictions and end this miscarriage of justice.   We, the friends and family of Shanta Phillips and Myron Jones, ask that you sign this petition and share it with as many people as possible so we can let the District Attorney and Governor of Alabama know that these men do not deserve to be locked away for a crime they did not commit. The evidence in this case is insufficient, and we believe that justice demands their release.  We call on the District Attorney to drop the charges and the Governor of Alabama to do what is right and just by granting clemency to Shanta Phillips and Myron Jones. We urge you to consider the overwhelming evidence in favor of their innocence and act accordingly.Thank you for your attention to this matter.Sincerely,Family & Friends of Shanta Phillips and Myron Jones  

Read more

129 signed of 200 goal

Help the PRC kids get some bitches and cure the 'tism

The kids at PRC have been up in arms for far too long. We must put a stop to this. With your help, we can give PRC kids some bitches, and allocate resources to assist in finding a cure for their 'tism. Its 2023, its time for change!

Read more

15 signed of 25 goal

Jody Allen Sell the Blazers!

Jody Allen the current owner of the Portland Trailblazers has prioritized saving her own money over building a team that can contend for a championship. She has turned down offers from Phil Knight for over a year now. She has been unwilling to go into the luxury tax ever since taking over for the late Paul Allen. Franchise star Damian Lillard and the fans of Portland deserves an owner that cares more about winning than saving herself money. If you’re a fan that wants the best for the Trail Blazers please sign this petition. Will it do anything? Probably not, but let’s raise some awareness around the horrible predicament the Blazers are in with an owner unwilling to put her pockets to the side for winning.  

Read more

19 signed of 25 goal

AJ Law - End Child Abuse; Reforms for welfare checks, DHS, CPS, and school administration

Alexavier J. Pedrin was a 6-year-old boy who was murdered from blunt force trauma, by the hands of his dad, Derek Pedrin’s girlfriend, Josie Dikeman on February 11th, 2023 at a home in Onalaska, WI. She was arrested on May 22nd, 2023 and is currently still incarcerated in La Crosse County Jail for first degree intentional homicide, chronic child neglect, and physical abuse of a child. There are others that need to be held accountable. Alexavier’s homicide case is still under investigation and more information will be released accordingly. Please follow his Facebook or tiktok page for the 16 page criminal complaint and more information. Alexavier attended Hintgen Elementary in La Crosse, WI. There has been many CPS reports, welfare checks, and calls and e-mails to his school to check on his well-being and development. There was a welfare check conducted on February 10th, 2023 not even 24 hours before his death where an officer failed to wake him up and watched a child knock on his cast for his broken femur like knocking on a door and the officer left him there, reporting that there was no imminent danger so he felt no need to remove him from the home. There was an open CHIPS case, following concerns at the hospital by his broken femur, although a child abuse pediatrician specialist labeled his femur injury an accident, as Josie Dikeman, Derek Pedrin, and their two youngest children both stated that he was “pushed” down the stairs by his little sister. This is not the first time a child has hurt themselves on ‘stairs’ while in her care. In 2011 and 2013, Josie Dikeman was charged with child neglect and causing mental abuse to the same child when they were 1 and 3 years old, in which was also her ex-boyfriends child. Hintgen Elementary School administration had sent Alexavier’s family a photo book of him in school, where there are obvious signs of dehydration, malnourishment, bruises, chipped teeth, pale skin, and possibly broken fingers, following a field trip photo, where children are holding “stop bullying” related signs, that did not involve Alexavier has he was not in school. Although, the school administration did not find any concern of Alexavier’s well-being, even though he had missed a large sum of schools due to illness, injuries, lack of transportation, and drama in the household. There needs to be a change! This should’ve never happened and no child should feel unsafe in their communities and homes! The designed policies and procedures are failing children every hour of every day, and we need to make a change, before another child’s death is in the worthlessness of their county! We are needing to make national changes or this will continue to happen and more communities and families will be damaged and hurting. How long can we let this last before those are held accountable? Immunity should not go as far as allowing these workers to fail children off of tax payers money. Giving these workers immunity, allows them to pursue working however they want to and not doing their due diligence as any outcome they believe they are protected by their immunity. What would happen if we made changes to their immunity? I guarantee these workers would do as they need to in assuring every single child is safe and free of harm. Enough is enough! Please sign this petition to stand for change and to be the voices of children who were heavily failed by the system! This is not just for La Crosse county but any and every county and state. We are standing up for all children who don’t or didn’t have a voice! 

Read more

72 signed of 100 goal

Send Cooper Home

Cooper has been at SCRAPS for almost 2 years and finally has a potential adopter. The potential adopter is qualified, experienced, and knowledgeable.  She has been meeting with Cooper and her dogs for the last month with no incidents.  Director Ferrari is refusing this adoption stating he cannot adopt Cooper out as there is too much risk to 3rd parties as directed by the Spokane Legal Department. We urge everyone to reach out to Director Ferrari and his boss Cathrene Cat Nichols at to explain and reverse his decision. We also encourage you to email your Spokane County Commissioner and for Director Ferrari’s resignation. He has absolutely no Shelter Management or Animal Welfare experience and should not be involved in making decisions about any animal’s future. 

Read more

197 signed of 200 goal

Equal Access to Quality Education: A Barrier to Societal Progress

It's hard to believe that in modern-day society, any child would be denied equal access to education.  But here we are in the world’s greatest economic superpower - the United States of America - where children in racial and ethnic communities are denied equal access to education.   Education is a fundamental right and a powerful tool for social mobility. Unfortunately, the existing disparity in access to quality education is the harsh reality for millions of American children, exponentially hindering their future prospects for realizing the American Dream of wealth and prosperity.    One of the primary factors contributing to this disparity is economic inequality. While affluent families have free access to well-funded schools, experienced teachers, and modern educational resources, children from disenfranchised communities struggle to obtain even the most basic educational facilities. Consequently, children from disadvantaged backgrounds are left with limited opportunities, limiting their prospects for a better future. Geographical location also plays a significant role in unequal access to quality education. Children from disenfranchised minority communities  often lack adequate educational infrastructure, resulting in limited access to schools and qualified teachers. Additionally, low income families face financial constraints that make the option of long commutes to access more affluent school districts.  These constraints further perpetuate the disparities in educational opportunities, reinforcing the cycle of generational poverty in marginalized communities.  Last but not least, systemic racial and ethnic discrimination is exacerbated by the intersection of  gender, and gender identity discrimination, compounding the challenge of overcoming the institutionalized barriers to access to education for minority women, and members of the LGBTQ community.  Preconceived cultural biases and discriminatory practices not only deprive marginalized groups the  basic human rights to employment, housing and health care but ultimately hinder the overall progress and prosperity of society as a whole  by stifling their  potential for becoming contributing members of society.   Addressing unequal access to quality education requires a multifaceted approach. Governments must prioritize education funding, ensuring equitable distribution of resources and bridging the educational divide between different socioeconomic backgrounds and regions. Additionally, emergency interventions and policies should be implemented to empower marginalized communities and promote racial, ethnic, gender and gender identity equality in education. In conclusion, social inequalities that limit the potential of individuals is a social problem that affects the whole of society. When we unite to take collective action, our voices are amplified to eliminate barriers, and ensure that every individual has an equal opportunity to receive quality education, regardless of their background or circumstances.     We are calling on policymakers, educators, and community leaders to  to prioritize this issue and take immediate action to provide children from diverse communities equal rights and opportunities to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, regardless of their socioeconomic background or racial, ethnic, gender, and gender identity.   We demand the following: Equitable Funding: for quality infrastructure, resources, and support for students.Competitive teacher salaries to attract highly qualified Teachers in underserved communities.Expand Extracurricular Programs, such as arts, music, theatre etc.Digital Literacy: Investment into technology and digital access: to narrow the digital divide.By signing this petition, we stand united in amplifying our collective voices on behalf of underserved communities and achieving equal access to quality education for all students. We have power in numbers and our collective action can make a difference to break the cycle of poverty to build a more equitable and just society. Please join me to make our collective voices heard to demand change from our elected officials who must be held accountable to do better to serve the communities they were elected to serve. 

Read more

21 signed of 25 goal