Voters’ Pamphlet Mailed to 3.2M Washington Homes

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OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Washington residents can expect to start seeing the state general election voters’ pamphlet in the mailbox.

The state Elections Division is putting them in the mail this week. They should arrive by Oct. 22.

The pamphlets go to 3.2 million households. There are 3.9 million registered voters in the state, so if there’s more than one voter in a household, they should share.

The guide includes information on state candidates and the three statewide initiatives: I-1351 to lower class sizes and the competing gun control measures, I-591 and I-594. It also includes advisory votes on two tax-related bills passed by the Legislature.