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Eyman’s $30 car tabs will be on November ballot

 

January 9, 2019

Tim Eyman, center, with his associates Jack and Mike Fagan, announcing they got enough signatures to get $30 car tab fees on the November ballot.

Editor's Note: Two corrections were made since this was printed to fix errors regarding the lawsuit by the state Attorney General's Office. Both corrections are underlined in the story.

Tim Eyman’s $500,000 gamble appears to have paid off.

The Mukilteo initiative promoter announced last week that his latest attempt to get $30 car tab fees on the Washington state ballot was successful.

Eyman, along with his partners Jack and Mike Fagan, revealed they had gathered over 350,000 signatures – nearly 100,000 he needed to qualify for the November ballot – in support of I-9...



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