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Legislature close to permanently authorizing prepaid postage for ballot return envelopes

Excerpt: In the wake of last year's historic midterms, prepaid postage will become mandatory for ballot return envelopes in Washington with Senate Bill 5063.
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
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Bill to make prepaid postage on return ballot envelopes permanent sails out of Senate

Excerpt: Prepaid postage on ballot return envelopes will continue to be provided to Washington voters with Joe Nguyen's Substitute Senate Bill 5063.
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All Washington voters to get prepaid postage on their ballot return envelopes in 2018

Excerpt: Washington Governor Jay Inslee and Secretary of State Kim Wyman have cobbled together enough emergency funding to ensure that all counties in Washington State can offer prepaid postage on ballot return envelopes this year, Inslee's office announced in a press release today.
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Kim Wyman wants emergency funding for prepaid ballot return envelopes statewide

Excerpt: Prepaid postage on ballot return envelopes may not have been one of the Access to Democracy reforms passed by the Legislature during this year's incredibly productive short session, but it looks like voters might be getting it anyway -- and in time for the midterms! -- if Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman prevails.
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
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