You have meaningful decisions to make on your ballot

Commentary | November 2, 2016 | By John Burbank | Everett Herald

Have you had your ballot on the kitchen counter — for almost two weeks now — and still not opened it up to vote? Or maybe you forgot where you put it? Or maybe you recycled it, and now don’t know where to get your ballot to vote. Or maybe you just want to wait until the last minute to vote. I hope that is the case. Your ballot includes your opportunity to actually make or change the law, by voting on initiatives that more than 350,000 Washington citizens have signed in order to put them on the ballot.

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