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Washington voter rolls top 3.9 million

OLYMPIA -- Washington has slightly more than 3.9 million registered voters for the 2012 general election.

Those numbers include all the in-person registrations at county elections offices through Oct. 29. They are about 270,000 higher than 2008, which was also a record.

Fora drill down of numbers of local interest, go inside the blog.  

5th Congressional District registration: 398,759

Spokane County registration: 282,275

3rd Legislative District registration: 73,318

4th Legislative District registration: 85,117

6th Legislative District registration: 83,993

7th Legislative District registration: 86,930

9th Legislative District registration: 68,793

Birth year with the most voters: 1957

Ages 18-25: 438,800

Ages 26-35: 629,685

Ages 36-45: 631,902

Ages 46-55: 744,866

Ages 56-65: 734,866

Ages 66-75: 430,460

Ages 76-85: 210,884

Age 86 and older: 88,252 (includes some registations without a valid birthdate)




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Jim Camden
Jim Camden is the Olympia bureau chief, covering the Legislature and state government. He also is a political columnist and blogger for Spin Control.

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