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AGO Opinions with Topic: WHAT CONSTITUTES A GENERAL ELECTION UNDER SECTION 1, CHAPTER 290, LAWS OF 1959 AND THE 17th AMENDMENT TO THE WASHINGTON STATE CONSTITUTION
AGO 1960 No. 120 >  May 31, 1960
SCHOOLS - VOTING REQUIREMENTS FOR SPECIAL SCHOOL EXCESS LEVY ELECTION - WHAT CONSTITUTES A GENERAL ELECTION UNDER SECTION 1, CHAPTER 290, LAWS OF 1959 AND THE 17TH AMENDMENT TO THE WASHINGTON STATE CONSTITUTION
SCHOOLS - VOTING REQUIREMENTS FOR SPECIAL SCHOOL EXCESS LEVY ELECTION - WHAT CONSTITUTES A GENERAL ELECTION UNDER SECTION 1, CHAPTER 290, LAWS OF 1959 AND THE 17th AMENDMENT TO THE WASHINGTON... (1) The voting requirements for a special school excess levy election are to be based on the last general election in the school district in accordance with the provisions of § 1, chapter 290, Laws of 1959.  (2) An election at which members of the county board of education and school district directors are elected constitutes a general election within the meaning and intent of § 1, chapter 290, Laws of 1959, and the 17th Amendment to the Washington State Constitution.
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