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State chooses Voter Pamphlet art

Cover design for the 2014 Washington Voters Pamphlet, drawn by Talia Anderson of Port Angeles, a fifth grader at Dry Creek Elementary School. (Washington Secretary of State's Office)
Cover design for the 2014 Washington Voters Pamphlet, drawn by Talia Anderson of Port Angeles, a fifth grader at Dry Creek Elementary School. (Washington Secretary of State's Office)

OLYMPIA -- Talia Anderson, a Port Angeles fifth grader, got a bit of a surprise when Secretary of State Kim Wyman showed up at school. She knew Wyman was going to speak to students

Anderson didn't know Wyman was going to announce her artwork had been chosen for the cover of this year's Voters' Pamphlet. It will make her a well-circulated artist. The pamphlet gets sent out to 3.2 million voters. 



Jim Camden
Jim Camden joined The Spokesman-Review in 1981 and retired in 2021. He is currently the political and state government correspondent covering Washington state.

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