Last year, nearly 400,000 voters petitioned lawmakers to support Initiative 1000, restoring fairness and opportunity to Washington’s public employment, contracting, and education enrollment policies.

Our State Legislature listened, and passed I-1000, but special interests are paying to overturn this law.

Now it is up to voters to vote for fairness and equal opportunity by approving I-1000, Referendum 88.

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1) After a week of ballot counting, it is clear that I-1000 will fall just short of approval. With nearly 50% of voters voting to Approve I-1000, it’s clear that many Washingtonians want a better, more fair and equitable state with opportunities for all...

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Andrew is a US Army veteran. And he supports I-1000 via Ref 88. ...

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Washingtonians—This is it. Election Day is upon us.
Let's make history tonight by becoming the 43rd state to allow for affirmative action.

Approve1000 via Ref 88!
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Washington's public school teachers are not fully representing our state's diversity.
Approving I-1000 via Ref 88 would change that.
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Let's restore justice for all. Let's ensure equitable access to public education, employment, and contracting. Let's Approve I-1000 via Ref 88.

Thank you School's Out Washington for supporting this campaign!
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Thank you Senator Patty Murray for endorsing I-1000 via Ref 88! ...

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