Mosbrucker Voters Pamphlet Bill Passes House

A bill by Washington 14th District Representative Gina Mosbrucker to require county auditors to mail a statewide and local voters’ pamphlet to registered Washington voters overseas, including military voters, was one of the first to be passed by the House this session. Mosbrucker originally introduced the bill last year and it passed the House unanimously, but failed to advance in the Senate and was returned to the House at the end of last session. During Wednesday’s floor action, lawmakers again gave unanimous approval to the bill, 95-0. The measure heads back to the Senate where the Goldendale Republican says she is optimistic it will advance to full legislative passage.

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