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Jurisdiction Measure number Validation
State of Washington Referendum Measure No. 88 Simple majority
State of Washington Initiative Measure No. 976 Simple majority
State of Washington Advisory Vote No. 20 This measure is advisory only; there is no validation requirement.
State of Washington Advisory Vote No. 21 This measure is advisory only; there is no validation requirement.
State of Washington Advisory Vote No. 22 This measure is advisory only; there is no validation requirement.
State of Washington Advisory Vote No. 23 This measure is advisory only; there is no validation requirement.
State of Washington Advisory Vote No. 24 This measure is advisory only; there is no validation requirement.
State of Washington Advisory Vote No. 25 This measure is advisory only; there is no validation requirement.
State of Washington Advisory Vote No. 26 This measure is advisory only; there is no validation requirement.
State of Washington Advisory Vote No. 27 This measure is advisory only; there is no validation requirement.
State of Washington Advisory Vote No. 28 This measure is advisory only; there is no validation requirement.
State of Washington Advisory Vote No. 29 This measure is advisory only; there is no validation requirement.
State of Washington Advisory Vote No. 30 This measure is advisory only; there is no validation requirement.
State of Washington Advisory Vote No. 31 This measure is advisory only; there is no validation requirement.
State of Washington Proposed Amendments to the Constitution - Senate Joint Resolution No. 8200 Simple majority
King County Proposition No. 1
Medic One – Emergency Medical Services Replacement of Existing Levy
Simple majority (RCW 84.55.069)
City of Covington Advisory Proposition No. 1
Sale, Possession, and Discharge of Consumer Fireworks in the City of Covington
This measure is advisory only; there is no validation requirement.
City of Duvall Proposition No. 1
Transportation Benefit District Sales and Use Tax for Roadway Maintenance, Preservation, Restoration and Improvements
Simple majority (RCW 36.73.065)
City of Federal Way Advisory Proposition No. 1 This measure is advisory only; there is no validation requirement.
City of Federal Way Citizen Initiative No. 19-001 Simple majority (Federal Way Revised Code 1.30.220)
City of Medina Proposition No. 1
Levy Lift to Maintain Public Safety and Other Core Governmental Services
Simple majority (RCW 84.55.050)
City of Shoreline Proposition No. 1
General Obligation Bonds for Aquatic, Recreation and Community Center and Parks and Recreation Improvements
60% yes vote with minimum turnout of 11,589 voters (Wash. Const. art. VII, sec. 2(b))
Renton School District No. 403 Proposition No. 1
Building for Excellence Bonds to Improve, Construct and Renovate School Facilities
60% yes vote with minimum turnout of 18,578 voters (Wash. Const. art. VII, sec. 2(b))
Skykomish School District No. 404 Proposition No. 1
Technology Capital Projects Levy
Simple majority (Wash. Const. art. VII, sec. 2(a))
King County Fire Protection District No. 45 Proposition No. 1 60% yes vote (RCW 52.18.050)
Proposed Public Hospital District No. 5 Proposition No. 1
Formation of Public Hospital District
Simple majority and must exceed 3,048 votes cast (RCW 70.44.040)
Northshore Parks and Recreation Service Area Proposition No. 1
Maintenance and Restoration Levy
60% yes vote and either (1) a minimum of 10,259 yes votes or (2) a minimum turnout of 17,099 voters (RCW 36.69.145)
Vashon-Maury Island Park and Recreation District Proposition No. 1
Park District Levy Renewal for 2020 through 2023
60% yes vote and either (1) a minimum of 1,829 yes votes or (2) a minimum turnout of 3,048 voters (RCW 36.69.145)
Registered voters 1,329,464
Ballots returned
    By mail
    By drop box
    By email/fax
Voter turnout forecast 43%
Voter turnout
*Active registered voters as of Election Day, November 5, 2019

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