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Results certified on November 24, 2020.

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Jurisdiction Measure number Validation
State of Washington Referendum Measure No. 90 Simple majority
State of Washington Advisory Vote No. 32 This measure is advisory only; there is no validation requirement.
State of Washington Advisory Vote No. 33 This measure is advisory only; there is no validation requirement.
State of Washington Advisory Vote No. 34 This measure is advisory only; there is no validation requirement.
State of Washington Advisory Vote No. 35 This measure is advisory only; there is no validation requirement.
State of Washington Proposed Constitutional Amendment: Engrossed Senate Joint Resolution No. 8212 Simple majority
King County Charter Amendment No. 1
Inquests
Simple Majority (King County Charter, Section 800)
King County Charter Amendment No. 2
Disposition of Real Property for Affordable Housing
Simple Majority (King County Charter, Section 800)
King County Charter Amendment No. 3
References to Citizens
Simple Majority (King County Charter, Section 800)
King County Charter Amendment No. 4
Office of Law Enforcement Oversight – Subpoena Authority
Simple Majority (King County Charter, Section 800)
King County Charter Amendment No. 5
Making the King County Sheriff an Appointed Position
Simple Majority (King County Charter, Section 800)
King County Charter Amendment No. 6
Structure and Duties of the Department of Public Safety
Simple Majority (King County Charter, Section 800)
King County Charter Amendment No. 7
Prohibiting Discrimination on the Basis of Family Caregiver, Military or Veteran Status
Simple Majority (King County Charter, Section 800)
King County Proposition No. 1
Harborview Medical Center Health and Safety Improvement Bonds
60% approval and turnout equal to at least 258,231 voters (Wash. Const. art. VII, sec. 2(b))
City of Kirkland Proposition No. 1
Levy Lid Lift for Fire and Emergency Medical Services and Facilities
Simple Majority (RCW 84.55.050)
City of Newcastle Referendum No. 2
Levy of Utility Taxes
Simple Majority (RCW 35.17.240)
City of Seattle Proposition No. 1
Funding for Transit and Related Transportation Needs
Simple Majority (RCW 36.73.065(1))
Highline School District No. 401 Proposition No. 1
Capital Levy for Educational Technology Improvements
Simple Majority (Wash. Const. art. VII, sec. 2(a))
King County Fire Protection District No. 27 Proposition No. 1
Levy of General Tax for Maintenance and Operations
60% approval and at least 488 Yes votes (Wash. Const. art. VII, sec. 2(a))
North Highline Fire District Proposition No. 1
Authorization for Continuation of Benefit Charge
Simple Majority (RCW 52.18.050)
Si View Metropolitan Park District Proposition No. 1
Improvement Bonds for a New Aquatic Center
60% approval and turnout equal to at least 2,308 voters (Wash. Const. art. VII, sec. 2(b))
Si View Metropolitan Park District Proposition No. 2
Levy Lid Lift for Parks and Recreation Services and Operations
Simple Majority (RCW 84.55.050)
Registered voters 1,420,898*
Ballots returned 1,231,504
    By mail 307,937
    By drop box 909,987
    By email/fax 13,580
Voter turnout forecast 90%
Voter turnout 86.67%
*Active registered voters as of Election Certification, November 24, 2020

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