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Nov. 6, 2018

Election Measures

All Results

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State of Washington Advisory Vote 19

Option Votes Pct
Repealed 1,567,629 53.53%
Maintained 1,360,769 46.47%

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State of Washington Initiative 1631, Carbon Fee

Option Votes Pct
No 1,745,703 56.56%
Yes 1,340,725 43.44%

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State of Washington Initiative 1634, Grocery Taxes

Option Votes Pct
Yes 1,721,487 55.88%
No 1,359,240 44.12%

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State of Washington Initiative 1639, Guns

I-1639 would raise the age to purchase semiautomatic rifles from 18 to 21 and require more extensive background checks, so buying one of those rifles would have the same limitations as buying a handgun in Washington state. It would also require gun owners to keep their firearms in locked storage or otherwise secured in the home when not in use.

Option Votes Pct
Yes 1,839,475 59.35%
No 1,259,681 40.65%

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State of Washington Initiative 940, Deadly Force

Washington’s law says police officers can’t be held criminally liable in deadly force incidents unless they act with malice. I-940 would remove malice as a requirement in order to charge an officer involved in a deadly force incident. Instead, an officer would be protected against prosecution if deadly force met both objective and subjective good-faith tests. An objective good-faith test means the officer believed deadly force was necessary to prevent death or serious harm to himself or someone else. A subjective test means the officer believed there was a lawful purpose and it was warranted under the circumstances.

Option Votes Pct
Yes 1,834,579 59.60%
No 1,243,316 40.40%

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State of Washington Town Of Spangle Proposition 1 - Fire Levy

A levy to fund firefighting services in 2019.

Option Votes Pct
Yes 85 66.93%
No 42 33.07%

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