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Jurisdiction Measure number Validation
State of Washington
Initiative Measure No. 1631
Concerns pollution
Simple majority
State of Washington

Initiative Measure No. 1634
Concerns taxation of certain items intended for human consumption
Simple majority
State of Washington
Initiative Measure No. 1639
Concerns firearms
Simple majority
State of Washington
Initiative Measure No. 940
Concerns law enforcement
Simple majority
State of Washington
Advisory Vote No. 19
Engrossed Second Substitute Senate Bill 6269
None
City of Bothell
(Shared with Snohomish County )
Proposition No. 1
Public Safety Levy Lid Lift
Simple majority (RCW 84.55.050)
City of Bothell
(Shared with Snohomish County )
Proposition No. 2
Fire Station Bonds
60% yes vote with minimum turnout of 3,941 voters (Wash. Const. art. 7, sec. 2(b))
City of Covington Proposition No. 1
Sales and Use Tax for Transportation Improvements
Simple majority (RCW 36.73.065)
City of Kirkland Proposition No. 1
Additional Sales and Use Tax for Enhanced Police Services and Community Safety
Simple majority (RCW 82.14.450(2))
City of Mercer Island Proposition No. 1
Levy Lid Lift for Public Safety, Youth, Family & Senior Services, and Parks & Recreation
Simple majority (RCW 84.55.050)
City of Seattle Proposition No. 1
Families, Education, Preschool, and Promise Levy
Simple majority (RCW 84.55.050)
City of Shoreline Proposition No. 1
Sales and Use Tax for Sidewalk and Pedestrian Improvements
Simple majority (RCW 36.73.065)
Pierce County Rural Library District
(Shared with Pierce County )
Proposition No. 1
Levy Lid Lift
Simple majority (RCW 84.55.050)
East Pierce Fire & Rescue
(Shared with Pierce County )
Proposition No. 1
General Obligation Bonds -- $80,000,000
60% yes vote with minimum turnout of 7,191 voters (Wash. Const. art. 7, sec. 2 (b))
King County Fire Protection District No. 45 Proposition No. 1
Bonds to Construct and Renovate Fire Stations
60% yes vote with minimum turnout of 1,882 voters (Wash. Const. art. 7, sec. 2(b))
Snoqualmie Pass Fire Protection District No. 51
(Shared with Kittitas County )
Proposition No. 1 Simple majority (RCW 52.14.015)
Si View Metropolitan Park District Proposition No. 1
Improvement Bonds to Connect and Protect Parks, Trails and Recreational Facilities
60% yes vote with minimum turnout of 1,751 voters (Wash. Const. art. 7, sec. 2(b))
Registered voters 1,294,184*
Ballots returned 981,439
    By mail 585,935
    By drop box 389,744
    By email/fax 5,760
Voter turnout forecast 60%
Voter turnout 76%
*Active registered voters as of November 5, 2018

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