Numerous advisory votes appearing on November ballot
Last updated 10/24/2019 at 1:25pm
OLYMPIA – As the 2019 Legislative session drew to a close April 28, Democrats controlling state government passed a myriad of new taxes, many without public debate.
As a result, several non-binding advisory voters are on the Nov. 5 general election ballot.
While the advisory votes do not carry the force of law, they are offered as a way to tell lawmakers what you think of the taxes imposed this year.
Here are the advisory votes on all ballots mailed out statewide on Oct. 16:
Advisory Vote No. 20; Second Substitute House Bill 1087 — Should the Legislature’s additional wage premium for...