Attorney General of Washington
|State executive officials|
The current officeholder is Rob McKenna.
Role in the initiative process
The ballot title involves:
- A statement of the initiative that is no more than 10 words long,
- A concise description of the measure consisting of no more than 30 words,
- An bjective summary consisting of no more than 75 words.
The petitioner may contest the language of the ballot in court if dissatisfied.
The Washington Attorney General is responsible for all campaign finance disciplinary manners regardless if the violation involves civil or criminal laws. The first step in filing a campaign finance complaint is to file with the Washington Public Disclosure Commissionref>Washington State Legislature "Washington Campaign Finance Law"(Referenced Statute Revised Code of Washington 42.17.360(5))</ref>. It is up to the Washington PDC to determine enough probable cause before referring any complaint to the Attorney General..
1125 Washington Street SE
PO Box 40100
Olympia, WA 98504-0100
- Washington Attorney General Rob McKenna
- Washington Governor
- Washington Lieutenant Governor
- Washington Secretary of State
- Washington State Legislature "Washington Campaign Finance Law"(Referenced Statute Revised Code of Washington 42.17.380)
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