NOTICE BY THE PACIFIC COUNTY AUDITOR OF A GENERAL ELECTION TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY, November 2, 2010.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Tuesday, November 2, 2010, a General Election will be held in Pacific County, State of Washington for the submission to the qualified voters the following:

STATE MEASURES

Proposed by Initiative Petition

Initiative Measure No. 1053

Initiative Measure No. 1053 concerns tax and fee increases imposed by state government. This measure would restate existing statutory requirements that legislative actions raising taxes must be approved by two-thirds legislative majorities or receive voter approval, and that new or increased fees require majority legislative approval. Should this measure be enacted into law?

[ ] Yes

[ ] No

Proposed by Initiative Petition

Initiative Measure No. 1082

Initiative Measure No. 1082 concerns industrial insurance. This measure would authorize employers to purchase private industrial insurance beginning July 1, 2012; direct the legislature to enact conforming legislation by March 1, 2012; and eliminate the worker-paid share of medical-benefit premiums. Should this measure be enacted into law?

[ ] Yes

[ ] No

Proposed by Initiative Petition

Initiative Measure No. 1098

Initiative Measure No. 1098 concerns establishing a state income tax and reducing other taxes. This measure would tax "adjusted gross income" above $200,000 (individuals) and $400,000 (joint-filers), reduce state property tax levies, reduce certain business and occupation taxes, and direct any increased revenues to education and health. Should this measure be enacted into law?

[ ] Yes

[ ] No

Proposed by Initiative Petition

Initiative Measure No. 1100

Initiative Measure No. 1100 concerns liquor (beer, wine and spirits). This measure would close state liquor stores; authorize sale, distribution, and importation of spirits by private parties; and repeal certain requirements that govern the business operations of beer and wine distributers and producers. Should this measure be enacted into law?

[ ] Yes

[ ] No

Proposed by Initiative Petition

Initiative Measure No. 1105

Initiative Measure No. 1105 concerns liquor (beer, wine and spirits). This measure would close all state liquor stores and license private parties to sell or distribute spirits. It would revise laws concerning regulation, taxation and government revenues from distribution and sale of spirits. Should this measure be enacted into law?

[ ] Yes

[ ] No

Proposed by Initiative Petition

Initiative Measure No. 1107

Initiative Measure No. 1107 concerns reversing certain 2010 amendments to state tax laws. This measure would end sales tax on candy; end temporary sales tax on some bottled water; end temporary excise taxes on carbonated beverages; and reduce tax rates for certain food processors. Should this measure be enacted into law?

[ ] Yes

[ ] No

Proposed to the People by the Legislature

Referendum Bill No. 52

The legislature has passed Engrossed House Bill No. 2561, concerning authorizing and funding bonds for energy efficiency projects in schools. This bill would authorize bonds to finance construction and repair projects increasing energy efficiency in public schools and higher education buildings, and continue the sales tax on bottled water otherwise expiring in 2013. Should this bill be:

[ ] Yes

[ ] No

Proposed to the People by the Legislature

Amendment to the State Constitution

Senate Joint Resolution No. 8225

The legislature has proposed a constitutional amendment concerning the limitation on state debt. This amendment would require the state to reduce the interest accounted for in calculating the constitutional debt limit, by the amount of federal payments scheduled to be received to offset that interest. Should this constitutional amendment be:

[ ] Yes

[ ] No

Proposed to the People by the Legislature

Amendment to the State Constitution

Engrossed Substitute House Joint Resolution No. 4220

The legislature has proposed a constitutional amendment on denying bail for persons charged with certain criminal offenses. This amendment would authorize courts to deny bail for offenses punishable by the possibility of life in prison, on clear and convincing evidence of a propensity for violence that would likely endanger persons. Should this constitutional amendment be:

[ ] Approved

[ ] Rejected

FEDERAL

UNITED STATES US SENATOR - 6 year term

Patty Murray - PO Box 3662, Seattle WA 98124 Patty@pattymurray.com (206) 286-9199 (Prefers Democratic Party)

Dino Rossi - PO Box 50713, Bellevue WA 98015 dinorossi@dinorossi.com (425) 451-2010 (Prefers Republican Party)

US REPRESENTATIVE 3rd DIST. - 2 year term

Denny Heck - 2921 Cloverfield Dr. SE Olympia WA 98501 denny@dennyheckforcongress.com (Prefers Democratic Party) (360) 481-5052

Jaime Herrera - PO Box 1614, Ridgefield WA 98642 info@jaimeherrera.com (360) 887-3546 (Prefers Republican Party)

STATE

STATE REPRESENTATIVE - Legislative District 19 Position 1-2 year term

Dean Takko - PO Box 1025, Longview WA 98632 dtakko@comcast.net (360) 423-4589 (Prefers Democratic Party)

Kurt Swanson - 1206 Coweeman Ln, Kelso WA 98626 ElectSwanson@gmail.com (360) 703-3888 (Prefers Republican Party)

STATE REPRESENTATIVE - Legislative District 19 Position 2 - 2 year term

Brian E. Blake - PO Box 1541, Longview WA 98632 repbrianblake@msn.com (360) 589-0123 (Prefers Democratic Party)

Tim Sutinen - PO Box 1253 Longview WA 98632 tim@sutinen.com (360) 270-9259 (Prefers Lower Taxes Party)

COUNTY

PACIFIC COUNTY ASSESSOR - 4 year term

Bruce P. Walker - 304 Jackson Ave Raymond WA 98577 bpwalker53@centurylink.net (360) 942-2608 (Prefers Democratic Party)

PACIFIC COUNTY AUDITOR - 4 year term

Pat M. Gardner - 4501 Tresize Rd Raymond WA 98577 gardnerfarm@centurytel.net (360) 942-2000 (Prefers Democratic Party)

PACIFIC COUNTY CLERK - 4 year term

Virginia A Leach - PO Box 888 South Bend WA 98586 vbasil1292@gmail.com (360) 942-9285 (Prefers Democratic Party)

PACIFIC COUNTY COMMISSIONER # 03 - 4 year term

Lisa Ayers - PO Box 83, Raymond WA 98577 cccayers@centurytel.net (360) 934-5306 (Prefers Democrat Party)

Cathy Russ - 1975 State Rt 6, Raymond WA 98577 cruss@willapabay.org (360) 934-6464 (Prefers Democrat Party)

PACIFIC COUNTY SHERIFF - 4 year term

Scott L. Johnson - PO Box 111, Raymond WA 98577 scottj@wwest.net (360) 484-7146 (Prefers Democrat Party)

John L. Didion - PO Box 211, Naselle WA 98638 (360) 942-7267 (Prefers Democratic Party)

PACIFIC COUNTY TREASURER - 4 year term

Renee Goodin - PO Box 537, South Bend WA 98586 renee_l_goodin@hotmail.com (360) 875-5052 (Prefers Democratic Party)

PACIFIC COUNTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY - 4 year term

David Burke - 415 1st St Apt 203, Raymond WA 98577 (253) 272-0928 (Prefers Democratic Party)

NORTH DISTRICT COURT JUDGE - 4 year term Nonpartisan office

Elizabeth Penoyar - PO Box 897, South Bend WA 98586

SOUTH DISTRICT COURT JUDGE - 4 year term Nonpartisan office

Douglas E Goelz - 13506 Sandridge Rd, Long Beach WA 98631

JUDICIAL- Nonpartisan offices

SUPREME COURT JUSTICE POSITION 1 - 6 year term

Jim Johnson - PO Box 6821, Tacoma WA 98417 info@jimjohnsonforjustice.org (360) 539-2012

SUPREME COURT JUSTICE POSITION 5 - 6 year term

Barbara Madsen - 6344 41st Ave SW, Seattle WA 98136 BarbaraMadsen2010@hotmail.com (253) 905-3272

SUPREME COURT JUSTICE POSITION 6 -6 year term

Richard B Sanders - PO Box 2241, Olympia WA 98507 justicesanders@gmail.com (206) 337-2329

Charlie Wiggins - 241 Madison Ave N, Bainbridge Island WA 98110 info@charliewigginsforjustice.com (425) 572-0854

COURT OF APPEALS, DIVE DIST.3 JUDGE POS. 2 - 6 year term

Jill M Johanson - 1503 21st Ave, Longview WA 98632 justice-4-you@hotmail.com (360) 430-9422

NONPARTISAN

PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT 2 COMMISSIONER #3 - 6 year term

Ronald L Hatfield - 1121 Willapa, Raymond WA 98577

Every registered voter in Pacific County will receive his or her ballot by mail for the November 2, 2010 General Election. The ballots will be mailed out on October 13, 2010. Registered voters may mail or deposit their ballot at the Auditor's office (South Bend or Long Beach) up to and including the day of the Election. There will also be three drive up drop boxes located at; County Court House parking lot (300 Memorial Dr., South Bend), Long Beach Licensing office parking lot (7013 Sandridge Road, Long Beach) and at the Department of Transportation building in Naselle (795 SR 4, Naselle) The Auditor's offices will be open on November 2, 2010, Election Day only, from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM to receive vote by mail ballots.

You may obtain a replacement ballot if the original ballot is destroyed, spoiled or lost; call (360) 875-9317 or (360) 642-9317or come in person. Ballots may be returned by mail, place a 44 cent stamp on the ballot return envelope. Any Ballots postmarked after the election day November 2, 2010, will not be counted. The County Auditor's offices are ADA compliant and registration and voting aids are available upon request.

Published October 13 and October 27, 2010

Legal No. 324-10

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