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(Washington Referendum 74)

Washington Referendum 74: Allow Same-Sex Marriage Washington: Allow Same-Sex Marriage


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This measure would repeal a new state law from the state legislature that legalized same-sex marriage. An "APPROVED" vote supports same-sex marriage and would uphold the state law. A "REJECTED" vote opposes same-sex marriage and would overturn the state law.

 
 
 

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WA Ballot Measure Exit Polls
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Adams


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This measure would repeal a new state law from the state legislature that legalized same-sex marriage. An "APPROVED" vote supports same-sex marriage and would uphold the state law. A "REJECTED" vote opposes same-sex marriage and would overturn the state law.

 
 
 

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WA Ballot Measure Exit Polls

Asotin


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This measure would repeal a new state law from the state legislature that legalized same-sex marriage. An "APPROVED" vote supports same-sex marriage and would uphold the state law. A "REJECTED" vote opposes same-sex marriage and would overturn the state law.

 
 
 

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WA Ballot Measure Exit Polls

Benton


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This measure would repeal a new state law from the state legislature that legalized same-sex marriage. An "APPROVED" vote supports same-sex marriage and would uphold the state law. A "REJECTED" vote opposes same-sex marriage and would overturn the state law.

 
 
 

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WA Ballot Measure Exit Polls

Chelan


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This measure would repeal a new state law from the state legislature that legalized same-sex marriage. An "APPROVED" vote supports same-sex marriage and would uphold the state law. A "REJECTED" vote opposes same-sex marriage and would overturn the state law.

 
 
 

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WA Ballot Measure Exit Polls

Clallam


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This measure would repeal a new state law from the state legislature that legalized same-sex marriage. An "APPROVED" vote supports same-sex marriage and would uphold the state law. A "REJECTED" vote opposes same-sex marriage and would overturn the state law.

 
 
 

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WA Ballot Measure Exit Polls

Clark


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This measure would repeal a new state law from the state legislature that legalized same-sex marriage. An "APPROVED" vote supports same-sex marriage and would uphold the state law. A "REJECTED" vote opposes same-sex marriage and would overturn the state law.

 
 
 

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WA Ballot Measure Exit Polls

Columbia


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This measure would repeal a new state law from the state legislature that legalized same-sex marriage. An "APPROVED" vote supports same-sex marriage and would uphold the state law. A "REJECTED" vote opposes same-sex marriage and would overturn the state law.

 
 
 

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WA Ballot Measure Exit Polls

Cowlitz


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This measure would repeal a new state law from the state legislature that legalized same-sex marriage. An "APPROVED" vote supports same-sex marriage and would uphold the state law. A "REJECTED" vote opposes same-sex marriage and would overturn the state law.

 
 
 

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WA Ballot Measure Exit Polls

Douglas


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This measure would repeal a new state law from the state legislature that legalized same-sex marriage. An "APPROVED" vote supports same-sex marriage and would uphold the state law. A "REJECTED" vote opposes same-sex marriage and would overturn the state law.

 
 
 

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WA Ballot Measure Exit Polls

Ferry


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This measure would repeal a new state law from the state legislature that legalized same-sex marriage. An "APPROVED" vote supports same-sex marriage and would uphold the state law. A "REJECTED" vote opposes same-sex marriage and would overturn the state law.

 
 
 

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WA Ballot Measure Exit Polls
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