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November 2002 General

Initiative to the People 776
CandidatePartyVotesPercentage
Yes90147851.47%
No84998648.53%
Ballot Title:
Initiative Measure No. 776 concerns state and local government charges on motor vehicles. This measure would require license tab fees to be $30 per year for motor vehicles, including light trucks. Certain local-option vehicle excise taxes and fees used for roads and transit would be repealed. Should this measure be enacted into law?
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Initiative to the People 790
CandidatePartyVotesPercentage
Yes90311353.02%
No80010546.98%
Ballot Title:
Initiative Measure No. 790 concerns law enforcement officers' and fire fighters' retirement system, plan 2. This measure would place management of the law enforcement officers' and fire fighters' retirement system, plan 2, in a board of trustees consisting of six plan participants, three employer representatives, and two legislators. Should this measure be enacted into law?
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Referendum Measure 53
CandidatePartyVotesPercentage
Yes66576040.78%
No96690159.22%
Ballot Title:
The Legislature passed Engrossed House Bill 2901 (EHB 2901) concerning unemployment insurance [and voters have filed a sufficient referendum petition on parts of this bill]. This bill would revise laws regarding unemployment insurance for employers, including establishing new employer rate classes, increasing some taxable wage bases, and imposing surcharges if certain contingencies occur. Should this Bill be Approved or Rejected?
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Referendum Bill 51
CandidatePartyVotesPercentage
Yes67472438.42%
No108158061.58%
Ballot Title:
The Legislature has passed House Bill No. 2969, financing transportation improvements through transportation fees and taxes. This bill would increase highway capacity, public transportation, passenger and freight rail, and transportation financing accountability through increased fuel excise taxes, sales taxes on vehicles, and weight fees on trucks and large vehicles. Should this Bill be Approved or Rejected?
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House Joint Resolution 4220
CandidatePartyVotesPercentage
Yes117349970.20%
No49814529.80%
Ballot Title:
The Legislature has proposed a constitutional amendment on fire protection property tax levies. This amendment would permit property tax levy propositions for fire protection districts to be submitted to voters for periods up to four years, or six years for fire facility construction, rather than annually. Should this constitutional amendment be Approved or Rejected?
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