Tell Washington's legislative leaders you want Tim Eyman's push polls repealed!

Hey, Washington voters!

Sick of seeing those duplicitous, meaningless "advisory votes" on your ballot every year? So are we! That's why we've teamed up with State Senator Patty Kuderer to get rid of them.

Senate Bill 5224 would repeal "advisory votes" (which are really push polls designed to influence how we think about revenue legislation), removing them from future ballots.

Our bill passed the Washington State Senate last session on a bipartisan vote. But sadly, it never came to the floor of the Washington State House of Representatives.

That's why there are an unprecedented TWELVE "advisory votes" on the ballot this year.

We're not giving up. Senate Bill 5224 is still alive in the Legislature. We're working to get it passed in the upcoming 2020 session, which will begin in January.

We need your help to ensure this bill reaches the floor of both legislative chambers and receives a vote. Can you join us in calling on Speaker-designate Laurie Jinkins and legislative leaders in the House to join their Senate colleagues in supporting this important bill?

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