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  • I-1433 - Raise Up Washington
    This measure would increase the state minimum wage to $11.00 in 2017, $11.50 in 2018, $12.00 in 2019, and $13.50 in 2020; require employers to provide paid sick leave; and adopt related laws.
  • I-1464 - Integrity Washington
    This measure would create a campaign-finance system; allows residents to direct state funds to candidates; repeal the non-resident sales tax exemption; restrict lobbying employment by certain former public employees; and add enforcement requirements.
  • I-1491 - Extreme Risk Protection Order​
    This measure would allow police, family, or household members to obtain court orders temporarily preventing access to firearms by persons who, because of mental illness or other factors, may harm themselves or others.

Get Ballot Issue Summaries and Endorsements for the Statewide Initiatives  on the League of Women Voters of Washington website. LWVWA is endorsing these three initiatives:

Attend the 2016 Action Workshop

​On November 12, LWVSC is hosting one of four statewide 2016 Action Workshops. Do you want to learn about how League advocacy works? Have some input into the process? These annual workshops are a great way to educate yourself or to introduce new members to the League's priorities for the upcoming legislative session. More information and how to register...


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The Snohomish County Auditor's office is your best source of information for how to return your ballot. 

For more voter information, check our Register to Vote page.​