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HB 1292 Concerning deadlines for receipt of voter registrations by election officials.
SHB 1292 Concerning deadlines for receipt of voter registrations by election officials.
HB 1482 Requiring the secretary of state to print and distribute a voters' pamphlet for the primary in each even-numbered year and for the general election every year.
HB 1499 Concerning certain public facilities district's authorization to acquire, construct, own, remodel, maintain, equip, reequip, repair, finance, and operate one or more recreational facilities other than a ski area with voter approval.
HB 1653 Increasing the maximum tax rate for the voter-approved local sales and use tax for emergency communication systems and facilities.
HB 1886 Concerning protections for persons experiencing voter discrimination.
HB 2123 Concerning the collection of a motor vehicle excise tax approved by voters of a regional transit authority in 2016.
HB 2292 Restoring voter eligibility for all persons convicted of a felony offense who are not in total confinement under the jurisdiction of the department of corrections.
HB 2333 Concerning advisory vote descriptions in the voters' pamphlet.
HB 2346 Increasing the word count for voters' pamphlet statements submitted by state representative candidates.
HB 2558 Increasing opportunities for young voters.
HB 2822 Requiring that witnesses to voter signature marks on ballot declarations be verified registered voters.
HB 2916 Concerning voters' pamphlets for overseas and service voters.
HJR 4203 Amending the Constitution to allow a simple majority of voters voting to authorize school district bonds.
SB 5037 Requiring a regional transit authority to receive additional approval from voters if the cost to complete a regional transit system plan approved by voters in 2016 increases beyond fifty-four billion dollars or any additions or subtractions of projects or significant project scope when compared to the system plan are made.
SSB 5076 Concerning voter eligibility for persons who have been convicted of a felony offense and are not in custody of the department of corrections.
SB 5227 Concerning deadlines for receipt of voter registrations by election officials.
SB 5252 Providing for approval of school district bonds by fifty-five percent of the voters voting.
ESSB 5272 Increasing the maximum tax rate for the voter-approved local sales and use tax for emergency communication systems and facilities.
SB 5499 Requiring the secretary of state to print and distribute a voters' pamphlet for the primary in each even-numbered year and for the general election every year.

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