Washington 1966 ballot measures

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On the ballot

November 8

Type Title Subject Description Result
ITP Initiative 226 Taxes Requires that one-tenth of revenues from state sales and use taxes be distributed to cities on a per capita basis Defeatedd
ITP Initiative 229 Sunday Repeals the existing restrictions on activities performed on Sundays Approveda
ITP Initiative 223 Transportation Repeals the statutory limitation on the size of freight train crews Approveda
LRSS Referendum 14 Bonds Authorizes $16,500,000 in bonds for constructing public schools Approveda
LRSS Referendum 15 Bonds Authorizes $40,575,000 in bonds for improving public institutions and agencies Approveda
LRSS Referendum 16 Redistricting Changes the boundaries of the state's congressional districts to better equalize the population within each Approveda
LRCA SJR 6 Elections Removes elections for Superior Court judges if only one candidate was entitled to appear on the ballot Approveda
LRCA SJR 20 Property Repeals constitutional limitations on land ownership by non-citizens Approveda
LRCA SJR 22, Pt 1 Gov't Finances Establishes a common school construction fund used to finance school constructions Approveda
LRCA SJR 22, Pt 2 Gov't Finances Permits the permanent school fund to be invested in such manner as determined by the legislature Approveda
LRCA SJR 25 Gov't Finances Deems that public funds for port districts are considered public funds for a public interest Approveda
LRCA HJR 4 Elections Allows all national citizens to vote in a presidential election as long as they intend to make the state their permanent residence and have resided in the state at least sixty days preceding an election Approveda
LRCA HJR 7 Taxes Authorizes the legislature to exempt occupied residential property from property taxes for retired persons Approveda
LRCA HJR 39 Gov't Acc Requires the publication of measures on state debts in every legal newspaper at four times during the four weeks preceding the election Approveda

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