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2018 Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska, Proposition 1

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Proposition 1
April 3, 2018 (2018-04-03)

LocationAnchorage, Alaska, United States
Votes %
Yes 36,993 47.36%
No 41,115 52.64%
Valid votes 78,108 98.50%
Invalid or blank votes 1,187 1.50%
Total votes 79,295 100.00%
Registered voters/turnout 218,388 36.31%
Source: "Election Summary Report 2018 Regular Municipal Election" (PDF), Municipality of Anchorage, November 3, 2018

Proposition 1 was an Anchorage, Alaska direct initiative bathroom bill. A public vote on the proposition was held on April 3, 2018. It would have made it legal for "any employer, public accommodation, or other person to establish and enforce sex-specific standards or policies concerning access to intimate facilities such as locker rooms, showers, changing rooms, and restrooms." The measure defined the term 'sex' as "an individual's immutable biological condition of being male or female, as objectively determined by anatomy and genetics at the time of birth."[1]

The proposition was the result of a petition campaign headed by Alaska Family Action, a Christian public policy organization. The group organized a petition titled "Regulating Access to Facilities Such as Locker Rooms and Bathrooms on the Basis of Sex at Birth, Rather Than Gender Identity."[2] The Anchorage Municipal Clerk's Office certified over 6,200 valid signatures on the petition and authorized the referendum in July 2017.[2] Local opponents of the bill were led by Fair Anchorage, a coalition of organizations.[3]

Anchorage voters rejected Proposition 1 by a vote of 52.64% to 47.36%.[4]

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