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General Election Sample Ballot November 6, 2007


This ballot contains all candidates and measures certified to appear on the November 6, 2007 General Election ballot.


     Ballot Instructions 

HOW TO MARK YOUR BALLOT:

To vote, completely fill in the bubble “ ” to the left of your desired candidate or response.

         o Use a dark ink pen.
         o Do not use a pencil or gel pen.

More than one vote for an office or ballot measure will be an overvote, and no votes for that office or ballot measure will be counted.

HOW TO CORRECT YOUR BALLOT:

Do not erase any selection made in error.

If you make a mistake, mark an “X” through the incorrectly marked bubble and fill in the bubble to the left of the correct candidate or response.

Signatures, comments, or identifying marks on the ballot may invalidate your ballot.

Do not cut or alter the shape or size of your ballot.

STATE INITIATIVES

PROPOSED BY INITIATIVE PETITION

Initiative Measure 960

Initiative Measure No. 960 concerns tax and fee increases imposed by state government.

This measure would require two-thirds legislative approval or voter approval for tax increases, legislative approval of fee increases, certain published information on tax-increasing bills, and advisory votes on taxes enacted without voter approval.

Should this measure be enacted into law?

     Yes
     No 





PASSED BY THE LEGISLATURE AND ORDERED REFERRED BY PETITION

Referendum Measure 67

The legislature passed Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 5726 (ESSB 5726) concerning insurance fair conduct related to claims for coverage or benefits and voters have filed a sufficient referendum petition on this bill. This bill would make it unlawful for insurers to unreasonably deny certain coverage claims, and permit treble damages plus attorney fees for that and other violations. Some health insurance carriers would be exempt.

Should this bill be:

     Approved
     Rejected 

PROPOSED TO THE PEOPLE BY THE LEGISLATURE

AMENDMENT TO THE STATE CONSTITUTION

Engrossed Substitute Senate Joint Resolution 8206

The legislature has proposed a constitutional amendment on establishment of a budget stabilization account. This amendment would require the legislature to transfer 1% of general state revenues to a budget stabilization account each year and prohibit expenditures from the account except as set forth in the amendment.

Should this constitutional amendment be:

     Approved
     Rejected 

Senate Joint Resolution 8212

The legislature has proposed a constitutional amendment on inmate labor.

This amendment would authorize state-operated inmate labor programs and programs in which inmate labor is used by private entities through state contracts, and prohibit privately operated programs from unfairly competing with Washington businesses.

Should this constitutional amendment be:

     Approved
     Rejected 

Engrossed House Joint Resolution 4204

The legislature has proposed a constitutional amendment on school district tax levies.

This amendment would provide for approval of school district excess property tax levies by simple majority vote of participating voters, and would eliminate supermajority approval requirements based on voter turnout in previous elections.

Should this constitutional amendment be:

     Approved
     Rejected 

Substitute House Joint Resolution 4215

The legislature has proposed a constitutional amendment on investment of higher education permanent funds. This amendment would authorize the investment of money in higher education permanent funds as permitted by law, and would permit investment in stocks or bonds issued by any company, if authorized by law.

Should this constitutional amendment be:

     Approved
     Rejected 



Thurston County

Proposition No. 1

Sales and Use Tax

The Board of County Commissioners of Thurston County adopted Resolution No. 13879 concerning a proposition to increase the sales and use tax. The proposition would increase the sales and use tax within Thurston County by three-tenths of one percent for a term of twenty years for the purpose of funding new and expanded proven, research-based prevention and early intervention strategies, and criminal justice purposes throughout Thurston County, in accordance with the provisions of RCW 82.14.450 and Resolution No. 13879.

Should this proposition be approved?

Yes

       No 

THURSTON COUNTY


Port of Olympia Commissioner, District No. 1 4 year term Vote for One

     Bob Van Schoorl   Nonpartisan
     George L Barner Jr   Nonpartisan
     Write in_______________________ 

Port of Olympia Commissioner, District No. 2 2 year unexpired Vote for One

     Bill Pilkey    Nonpartisan
     Bill McGregor    Nonpartisan
     Write in_______________________

CITIES AND TOWNS


CITY OF OLYMPIA

City of Olympia, Mayor 4 year term Vote for One

     Doug Mah    Nonpartisan
     Meta Hogan    Nonpartisan
     Write in_______________________ 

City of Olympia, Council, Position No. 2 4 year term Vote for One

     Matthew Green   Nonpartisan
     Craig L Ottavelli   Nonpartisan
     Write in_______________________ 

City of Olympia, Council, Position No. 3 4 year term Vote for One

     Jeanne Marie Thomas   Nonpartisan 
     Rhenda Iris Strub   Nonpartisan
     Write in_______________________ 

SCHOOL DISTRICTS


Olympia School District No. 111, Director, District No. 1 4 year term Vote for One

     Jeff Nejedly    Nonpartisan
     Frank Wilson    Nonpartisan
     Write in_______________________ 

Olympia School District No. 111, Director, District No. 2 4 year term Vote for One

     Rich Nafziger    Nonpartisan
     Write in_______________________ 

Olympia School District No. 111, Director, District No. 4 4 year term Vote for One

     Carolyn M Barclift   Nonpartisan
     Lucy Gentry Meltzer   Nonpartisan
     Write in_______________________

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