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Daily Archives: April 28th, 2015

April special election results: King County public safety radio network levy winning big

Excerpt: Minutes ago, King County Elections published the results of the first round of ballot counting for the April 2015 special election. While there are no offices up in this election, voters in a number of jurisdictions were asked to decide the fate of a number of ballot measures, including a countywide levy to replace a […]
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
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It’s Special Election Day! Have you voted?

Excerpt: In many jurisdictions across Washington State, today is a special election day. While it is common knowledge that we hold a Top Two election in August and the general election (which is really more like a runoff, thanks to Top Two) in November of every year, state law also provides for two special election windows: […]
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
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