The Costco-backed liquor privatization initiative—which I wrote about here, and Cienna wrote about here—says it turned in 396,000 signatures today, collected in just 27 days.

That's well over the 241,153 signatures from registered voters that are required to get on the ballot—and also well above the 300,000 signatures that the Secretary of State's office suggests initiative campaigns turn in so that there's a cushion when some signatures are (inevitably) found to be invalid.

Seems we have one initiative sailing toward the November ballot. And at least a few more to come.