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The citizens of [[Washington]] are granted the authority to perform a '''recall election''' by the [[Washington Constitution]], Article I, Sections 33 and 34 to all elective officers of the state of Washington except judges of courts of record.
 
The citizens of [[Washington]] are granted the authority to perform a '''recall election''' by the [[Washington Constitution]], Article I, Sections 33 and 34 to all elective officers of the state of Washington except judges of courts of record.
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*[http://www.ncsl.org/programs/legismgt/elect/recallprovision.htm National Conference of State Legislatures, Statewide Recall]
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Revision as of 10:50, 8 February 2008

The citizens of Washington are granted the authority to perform a recall election by the Washington Constitution, Article I, Sections 33 and 34 to all elective officers of the state of Washington except judges of courts of record.

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