Less Government, Lower Taxes and More Freedom – 2014 Legislative Session Day 24

In the Government Operations and Elections Committee today, I had the honor of presenting House Bill 2561, changing ballot tabulation and receipt provisions. This bill was brought to me by students from Snohomish High School for a Senior Culminating Project. I was happy to introduce the bill on their behalf and they were able to attend the hearing to testify on their bill.

We’re hearing testimony on two additional bills today as well; House Bill 2104, providing contract information online for state capital and transportation projects and House Bill 2750, allowing write-in candidates name to be printed on a general election ballot under certain conditions.

The Committee may also take Executive Action on five bills including House Bills 1298, 2552, 2578, 2617, and 2743.

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