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Jurisdiction Measure number Validation
State of Washington Advisory Vote No. 39 This measure is advisory only; there is no validation requirement.
State of Washington Advisory Vote No. 40 This measure is advisory only; there is no validation requirement.
King County Charter Amendment No. 1
Even-Numbered Election Years for Certain County Offices
Simple Majority (King County Charter, Section 800)
King County Proposition No. 1
Conservation Futures Levy
Simple majority (RCW 84.55.050)
City of Bellevue Proposition No. 1
Levy Lid Lift for Parks and Open Space
Simple majority (RCW 84.55.050)
City of Clyde Hill Proposition No. 1
Adoption of the Council-Manager Form of Government Within the City of Clyde Hill Beginning March 1, 2023
Simple majority (RCW 35A.06.060)
City of Mercer Island Proposition No. 1
Levy Lid Lift for Park Operations and Maintenance
Simple majority (RCW 84.55.050)
City of Redmond Proposition No. 1
Public Safety Levy
Simple majority (RCW 84.55.050)
City of Seattle Proposition Nos. 1A and 1B Question 1 - simple majority; Question 2 - measure receiving highest number of votes (City of Seattle Charter, art. IV, sec. 1(G))
City of Shoreline Proposition No. 1
Maintenance and Operations Levy for Public Safety and Community Services
Simple majority (RCW 84.55.050)
City of Tukwila Initiative Measure No. 1 Simple majority (RCW 35A.11.100 and 35.17.240)
Highline School District No. 401 Proposition No. 1
Bonds to Replace and Improve Deteriorating Schools
60% majority and minimum turnout of 40% of voters casting ballots in last general election (Washington Constitution, art. VII, sec. 2(b))
Renton School District No. 403 Proposition No. 1
Bonds to Improve Safety and Replace Renton High School
60% majority and minimum turnout of 40% of voters casting ballots in last general election (Washington Constitution, art. VII, sec. 2(b))
Registered voters 1,383,660*
Ballots returned 911,641
    By mail 358,541
    By drop box 547,297
    By email/fax 5,803
Voter turnout forecast 72%
Voter turnout 66%
*Active registered voters as of November 8, 2022

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