Washington 2007 ballot measures
- One of the measures was an Initiative to the People.
- One of the measures was a veto referendum.
- Four of the measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- All six of the measures were approved.
On the ballot
|ITP||Initiative 960||Supermajority||Requires the legislature to acquire a supermajority vote or the approval of voters for any tax increases||
|VR||Referendum 67||Health Care||Upholds a law allowing consumers to collect triple damages from their insurance company for unreasonably denied claims||
|En. Sub. SJR 8206||Gov't Finances||Requires transferring 1% of the annual general state revenues to a budget stabilization account||
|SJR 8212||Prisons||Authorizes state-operated inmate labor programs to be used by private entities through state contracts||
|Sub. HJR 4204||Supermajority||Eliminates supermajority approval requirements based on voter turnout in previous elections for school district property tax levies||
|Sub. HJR 4215||Gov't Finances||Permits the legislature to decide what investments would be permitted for higher education permanent funds||
- A total of $21,016,079 was spent, pro and con, on ballot measure campaigns in Washington in 2006.
State of Washington
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Governor | Lieutenant Governor | Attorney General | Secretary of State | Treasurer | State Auditor | Superintendent of Public Instruction | Commissioner of Insurance | Director of Agriculture | Commissioner of Public Lands | Director of Labor and Industries | Chairman of Utilities and Transportation |