April 23, 2014
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Workers for the Secretary of State’s Elections Division count petitions for Initiative 1125 on Friday while sponsor Tim Eyman holds a press conference about the proposal. The workers had to stop while Eyman was talking to keep from losing count.
July 9, 2011 in City on Page A6
OLYMPIA – Washington voters will likely face proposals on tolls, liquor and home health care workers on the November ballot. But not on chickens or marijuana.
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