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2019 Senate Bill 5273: Concerning the presidential primary

Passed 29 to 18 in the Senate on January 30, 2019.
    See Who Voted "Yes" and Who Voted "No".
The presidential preference primary is renamed as the presidential primary and moved to the second Tuesday in March. The Secretary of State may, by September 1st of the preceding year, propose an alternative date, no earlier than permitted by the national rules of major political parties. Each party determines which names are placed on the presidential primary ballot under that party's banner. Only voters who have declared an affiliation with a party may vote for that party's candidates. If requested by a party chair 63 days before the election, the presidential primary ballot must include a place for voters to indicate a preference for having delegates to that party's convention remain uncommitted. The arrangement and form of presidential ballots must be established by rule in consultation with major political parties.

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Against Against
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Republican
109010%
851585%
5955%
20 total votes
Democrat
96496%
3973%
1000%
28 total votes

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IN FAVOR

SENATE DEMOCRATS

Billig (D)Carlyle (D)Cleveland (D)Conway (D)Darneille (D)
Das (D)Dhingra (D)Frockt (D)Hasegawa (D)Hobbs (D)
Hunt (D)Keiser (D)Kuderer (D)Liias (D)McCoy (D)
Mullet (D)Nguyen (D)Palumbo (D)Pedersen (D)Randall (D)
Rolfes (D)Saldaña (D)Salomon (D)Takko (D)VanDeWege (D)
Wellman (D)Wilson,C (D)   

SENATE REPUBLICANS

Fortunato (R)Zeiger (R)


AGAINST

SENATE DEMOCRATS

Sheldon (D)

SENATE REPUBLICANS

Bailey (R)Becker (R)Braun (R)Brown (R)Ericksen (R)
Hawkins (R)Holy (R)Honeyford (R)King (R)O'Ban (R)
Padden (R)Rivers (R)Schoesler (R)Short (R)Wagoner (R)
Walsh (R)Warnick (R)   


SENATE LEGISLATORS WHO DID NOT VOTE

Wilson,L (R)

SENATE LEGISLATORS ORDERED BY NAME

  n  Bailey (R-10)  n  Becker (R-2)Y    Billig (D-3)  n  Braun (R-20)
  n  Brown (R-8)Y    Carlyle (D-36)Y    Cleveland (D-49)Y    Conway (D-29)
Y    Darneille (D-27)Y    Das (D-47)Y    Dhingra (D-45)  n  Ericksen (R-42)
Y    Fortunato (R-31)Y    Frockt (D-46)Y    Hasegawa (D-11)  n  Hawkins (R-12)
Y    Hobbs (D-44)  n  Holy (R-6)  n  Honeyford (R-15)Y    Hunt (D-22)
Y    Keiser (D-33)  n  King (R-14)Y    Kuderer (D-48)Y    Liias (D-21)
Y    McCoy (D-38)Y    Mullet (D-5)Y    Nguyen (D-34 )  n  O'Ban (R-28)
  n  Padden (R-4)Y    Palumbo (D-1)Y    Pedersen (D-43)Y    Randall (D-26)
  n  Rivers (R-18)Y    Rolfes (D-23)Y    Saldaña (D-37)Y    Salomon (D-32)
  n  Schoesler (R-9)  n  Sheldon (D-35)  n  Short (R-7)Y    Takko (D-19)
Y    VanDeWege (D-24)  n  Wagoner (R-39)  n  Walsh (R-16)  n  Warnick (R-13)
Y    Wellman (D-41)Y    Wilson,C (D-30)  -  Wilson,L (R-17)Y    Zeiger (R-25)


Senate Roll Call on 2019 Senate Bill 5273

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