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November 1960 General

Initiative to the Legislature 25
CandidatePartyVotesPercentage
Yes52613052.11%
No48344947.89%
Ballot Title:
An Act Prohibiting the construction or operation of any dam or other obstruction over 25 feet high on any tributary stream of the Columbia River down stream from McNary Dam within the migration range of anadromous fish, except on the North Fork of the Lewis River and White Salmon River, and prohibiting diversion of water from such stream in such quantities as will reduce the flow below the annual average low flow without concurrent approval of the Directors of Fisheries and Game.
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Initiative to the People 205
CandidatePartyVotesPercentage
Yes35745530.89%
No79964369.11%
Ballot Title:
An Act Relating to spirituous liquor licenses, making taverns eligible for a new class of license allowing the sale of spirituous liquors including mixed drinks and cocktails, providing for regulation, fees and disbursements thereunder.
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Initiative to the People 207
CandidatePartyVotesPercentage
Yes60651156.25%
No47173043.75%
Ballot Title:
An Act, Entitled "The State Civil Service Law," relating to state government; establishing a civil service system for state employees; defining employees included and excluded; providing that appointments and promotions in the classified civil service shall be based solely on merit and fitness; governing appointment, promotion, transfer, layoff, recruitment, retention, classification and pay plan, removal, discipline and welfare of civil service employees, agreements regarding grievance procedures and collective negotiations, and other incidents of employment; blanketing-in certain employees; prohibiting certain activities; creating a revolving fund; abolishing existing personnel system; and repealing or amending inconsistent laws.
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Initiative to the People 208
CandidatePartyVotesPercentage
Yes64752960.05%
No43069839.95%
Ballot Title:
An Act Relating to property; authorizing joint tenancies in real and personal property with common law incidents of survivorship and severability; allowing property rights of a deceased joint tenant to pass immediately upon death to the surviving joint tenant; prescribing methods and requirements for the creation of joint tenancies; providing that the transfer of property to surviving joint tenants shall not derogate from the rights of creditors; and repealing existing laws which abolished the right of survivorship as an incident of joint tenancies or tenancy by the entireties.
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Initiative to the People 210
CandidatePartyVotesPercentage
Yes59613551.71%
No55662348.29%
Ballot Title:
An Act Providing that at two o'clock antemeridian Pacific Standard Time of the last Sunday in April each year the time of the State of Washington shall be advanced one hour, and at two o'clock antemeridian Pacific Standard Time of the last Sunday in September in each year the time of the State of Washington shall, by the retarding of one hour, be returned to Pacific Standard Time.
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Senate Joint Resolution 4
CandidatePartyVotesPercentage
Yes46670545.27%
No56425054.73%
Ballot Title:
Shall the constitutional restriction upon the ownership of land in the State of Washington by aliens be removed by repealing Section 33, Article II as amended by Amendments 24 and 29 of the State Constitution?
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