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Washington initiatives supported by Tim Eyman

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Washington initiative activist Tim Eyman has been conceiving and supporting ballot initiatives since 1998.

2010

Initiative Subject Signatures Outcome
I-1053 Legislative supermajority, or voter approval, required to raise taxes - -

2009

Initiative Subject Signatures Outcome
I-1033 Property tax limit 315,444 Defeatedd


2008

Initiative Subject Signatures Outcome
I-985 Transportation Approx 290,000 Defeatedd


2007

Initiative Subject Signatures Outcome
I-960 Tax limitation 314,504 Approveda


2006

Initiative Subject Signatures Outcome
R-65 Repeal a law that legalized discrimination based on sexual orientation No signatures filed Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
I-917 Cap motor vehicle registration charge at $30/year 266,035 Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot

2005

Initiative Subject Signatures Outcome
Mandatory Performance Audits, I-900 Performance audits of state & local government agencies. 311,858 Approveda


Repeal of Motor Vehicle Tax, I-912 Gas tax repeal 400,996 Defeatedd


Eyman was a sponsor, but not the primary sponsor, of I-912.

2004

Initiative Subject Signatures Outcome
Non-Tribal Gaming Establishments, I-892 Legalize slot machines Defeatedd


2003

Initiative Subject Signatures Outcome
I-864 Cut property taxes by 25% No signatures filed Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
I-807 Require supermajority for all tax increases No signatures filed Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot

2002

Initiative Subject Signatures Outcome
I-776 Cut motor vehicle excise taxes 260,898 Approveda


I-267 Take money from general fund for road building No signatures filed Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot

2001

Initiative Subject Signatures Outcome
Property Tax Limitation, I-747 Cut state and local property taxes 290,704 Approveda


In 2007, the Washington Supreme Court ruled that I-747 was unconstitutional.

2000

Initiative Subject Signatures Outcome
I-722 Cut state and local property taxes 272,678 Approveda


I-745 Required 90% of transportation funding to be spent on road building 274,490 Defeatedd


1999

Initiative Subject Signatures Outcome
I-695 Cut motor vehicle tax, required voter approval for all tax increases 514,141 Approveda


1998

Initiative Subject Signatures Outcome
I-200 Prohibited affirmative action 280,511 Approveda


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