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Washington Initiatives 1053 and 1185

Hello and thank you for contributing to these two articles! I have reviewed your edits that you have recently made, and I have made changes to them. In the Path to the Ballot section of 1185's article, you give a list of contributors without linking to a reference. I have deleted this information for now, but it can be reverted back after you provide the reference in which you obtained this information from.

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Thanks for contributing that information. It is greatly appreciated and we look forward to seeing more of your work! Alejandortiz 08:50, 11 June 2012 (CDT)

Steve Zemke

Hi Steve! Welcome back to Ballotpedia. I just added a "confirmed" tag to your user profile that verifies that you are in fact Steve Zemke. You can read more about that policy here. In summary, we add this tag to confirm to our readers that the edits were in fact made by the candidate, official, activist, etc.

Also, thank you for your edits to the Steve Zemke profile. I will be reviewing this today to make sure it fits within our guidelines. Minor edits may be made. If you have any questions or comments about them please do not hesitate to contact me on my user talk page or via email at baileyludlam@ballotpedia.org. BaileyL 11:38, 25 March 2013 (CDT)

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