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Washington WikiProject
This is a project page for a project on Ballotpedia about Washington.

Research links

Election results

See also: Ballotpedia election coverage

It is the responsibility of the Washington Secretary of State to maintain election results. That information is collected here.

Voter guides

The Secretary of State for Washington provides online voter information in multiple language, including Chinese, Korean, Russian, and Spanish. Voter guides have been made available in Spanish since 1973, in Braille since at least 1982, and Chinese since at least 1993.

Washington November 6, 2012 voters' pamphlets
Source:Washington Secretary of State

Official voter guides

Washington -- Official voter guides
Official guide name Type of guide Language Available dates
State of Washington Voters Pamphlet Ballot measures, candidate, judges and general voter info English 2010 General Election (timed out),

2010 Primary
2009 General Election, 2009 Primary, 2008 General Election, 2008 Primary, 2008 Presidential Primary (dead link), 2007 General Election, 2007 Primary, 2006 General Election, 2006 Primary, 2005 General Election, 2004 General Election, 2004 Primary, 2003 General Election, 2002 General Election, 2001 General Election, 2000 General Election
1999 General Election, 1998 General Election,

1997 General Election
TVW - Video Voters' Guide Ballot measures and candidate info English 2012 2010 (dead link)

Older Voter Pamphlets are viewable online via the Washington State Library in multiple languages as far back as 1914 (dead link).

Ballot measures

Ballot measures
in Washington State
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Constitutional amendments
Initiatives to the People
Initiatives to the Legislature
Statutes referred by Legislature
Veto referendums
Political topics on the ballot

Note on status: There's now an article on every ballot measure ever on the State of Washington ballot.

  • Each article has been checked for issue categorization.
  • Each article has vote results.

Project templates

Templates available to help organize information in this project include:

{{Washington}} | {{Washington House of Representatives}} | {{Washington State Senators}} | {{Washington State Constitution}} | {{WAConstitution}}
{{Washington ballot measures}} | {{Washington stub}} | {{witl}} | {{witp}}
{{WikiProject Washington}} | {{User WikiProject Washington}}
{{Washington courts}} | {{Washington counties (judicial)}} | {{Washington Supreme Court}} | {{Washington Court of Appeals}} | {{Judges of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Washington}} | {{Judges of the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington}}

{{wa}} | {{witp}} | {{witl}} | {{wabm}}

{{Washington counties}}

User badge

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This user is a member of the
Washington WikiProject

If you're working on articles in this project, it is to your advantage to place the user badge that appears to your right on your user page. This gives you two advantages:

  • It makes it very easy for you to get to the project page for this state, which means you can quickly re-familiarize where you were on any particular to-do list you were working on.
  • It makes it easy for other users to identify who else is working on articles about Washington. This fosters your ability to collaborate with each other more readily.
  • To insert the badge on your user page, type {{User WikiProject Washington}}.
  • But if you want the badge to appear in a stack with other badges, type <table style="float: right; margin-left: 1em; margin-bottom: 0.5em; width: 242px; border: #99B3FF solid 1px"> <tr><td>{{User WikiProject Washington}}</td></tr> </table> and similarly enclose other user badge templates between their own sets of <tr><td></td></tr> tags.