律师已经递交29号庭审前最后一批文件PLAINTIFFS’ OPPOSITION TO MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT给法庭和被告，包括专家报告和原告事实陈述。
Here is our conclusion:
The Secretary cannot show that there is no genuine issue of material fact regarding her decision to certify I-1000. The evidence and analysis discussed above demonstrates a genuine issue regarding her compliance with the first step of the WAC-mandated process for sampling. The evidence also shows that she engaged in arbitrary and capricious decision making about how to proceed when problems were found in the signature population during sample review – first restarting, then the second time, continuing. Her decision to include sticker-covered sheets without any investigation of when stickers were attached compared to signatures is arbitrary and capricious, and because of the problems in the random sample, could have a drastic effect on the ultimate outcome.
The Secretary is undoubtedly not entitled to a grant of summary judgment in her favor. At a minimum, the Court must deny the secretary’s Motion. Given the evidence of shortcomings and errors in the Secretary’s treatment of I-1000 signature petitions, the Court could elect now to grant the statutory relief to Mr. Qiu and his co-plaintiffs, and issue a citation requiring the secretary of state to submit the petition to said court for examination.
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Steve Hobbs （44D） (360) 786-7686 Steve.Hobbs@leg.wa.gov
Kevin Van De Wege (24D) (360) 786-7646 Kevin.VanDeWege@leg.wa.gov
Annette Cleveland (49D) (360) 786-7696 Annette.Cleveland@leg.wa.gov
Christine Rolfes (23D) (360) 786-7644 Christine.Rolfes@leg.wa.gov
Curtis King (14R) (360) 786-7626 Curtis.King@leg.wa.gov
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