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“NO” on Initiative 976:

It may be the most important thing on your ballot. It is another Tim Eyman $30 car tab initiative that offers to save you money on car tab fees. But what it fails to tell you is what is jeopardized. Some of the things that could have funding reduced or cut altogether: Sound Transit running between Snohomish, King and Pierce counties could loose 20% of it’s funding. WA State Ferries, Amtrak Cascade trains that run along the I-5 corridor between BC and Oregon, WA State Patrol, 5 major freeway projects, freight mobility grants, vanpools, 62 cities could loose road and transit money, funds to repair 160 deteriorating bridges and overpasses across the state, and more. Local projects in jeopardy are the Elwha bridge replacement, Morse Creek barrier, and Simdars interchange in Sequim. Find out more including who else supports a “NO” vote

“APPROVED” on Referendum 88/Initiative 1000:

It would bring back affirmative action to Washington State. It would allow affirmative action policies by the state of Washington in the areas of public education, public employment, and public contracting as long as such policies do not constitute preferential treatment (as defined) and do not use quotas. Find out more from Ballotpedia,,_Vote_on_I-1000_Affirmative_Action_Measure_(2019)#Support_for_a_.27.27yes.27.27_vote