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WA Asians 4 Equality 14h
"The doublespeak that voters needed to overcome in order to reject I-1000 was brazen. "
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WA Asians 4 Equality 14h
"The doublespeak that voters needed to overcome in order to reject I-1000 was brazen. "
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WA Asians 4 Equality Nov 8
We remain hopeful that we'll vote you out of your seat in 2022. Can't wait!
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WA Asians 4 Equality Nov 6
Big thanks to everyone who supported our fight to defeat R-88. We are encouraged by the early lead last night. Ballots are still being counted. We believe majority of voters are with us on this issue.
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Michael Appleby Nov 5
R-88, I-1000 defeated !! Congratulations to a group that beat the machine!
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WA Secretary of State Nov 5
Still need to register? You have time! Go to to find your county elections office, you have until 8 p.m. tonight to register in person, fill out your ballot, and have it count!
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WA Asians 4 Equality Nov 5
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Voice of Washington’s Silenced Majority 🇺🇸✝️ Nov 5
It’s November 5th! Get Your Ballot In!! - get your ballot in and get your conservative friends to get their ballot bin.
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WA Asians 4 Equality Nov 4
"If they approve Referendum 88, which overturns the 1998 ban on racial preferences, Washington’s government agencies and public universities will be free to consider race or ethnicity in their decision-making process."
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WA Asians 4 Equality Nov 3
For us, the principle of equal opportunity is not an abstraction. Most of us immigrated to this country with few resources and few ties to American society. We believed that if we worked hard, we could succeed by merit. In return, America granted us an abundance of opportunities.
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WA Asians 4 Equality Nov 2
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WA Asians 4 Equality Nov 1
“Something guaranteed is being thrown out in place of something that’s a ‘maybe,’ ” said Thomas Jarrard, who handles cases under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act.
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Joseph O'Sullivan Nov 1
NEW: As Washingtonians prepare to cast ballots on affirmative action, here’s a guide to what could be a confusing vote
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WA Asians 4 Equality Nov 1
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WA Asians 4 Equality Oct 31
Replying to @ReneeNal @Wa_PDC and 13 others
Thanks for digging this out!
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rejectr88 Oct 31
Supporters of R-88/I-1000 made a lot of claims that are totally disingenuous. Vote "Rejected" on Referendum 88!
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WA Asians 4 Equality Oct 31
So this is how special interest group play the hide and seek game with the public... putting money into to seal the donors, and cover up their money trail... Voters should demand to know who is/are behind this and influencing our election!
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WA Asians 4 Equality Oct 31
So the C8 only showed Northern Trust Corporation transferred $1,508.722.79... but where did the money come from? Money do not grow on trees! Trying to cover up the special interest groups' money trail to fund R-88? Demand an investigation!
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WA Asians 4 Equality Oct 31
Voters should demand to investigate donors of . Who gave them $550K to fund R-88? Special interests trying to influence our election? Say No!
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WA Asians 4 Equality Oct 31
So gave $550K to WA (un)Fairness campaign. The state law requires them to reveal their top 10 donors who gave $10K+ . They never did and wants evidence of them having $10K+ donors before they investigate. Really? Cover up of money trail?
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