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(Olympia, WA)  --  A bill to require that elections officials in Washington no longer have their names on return envelopes for mail-in ballots if they're running for re-election that year is on its way to Governor Jay Inslee's desk.  Supporters of the change say allowing the names of elections officials on the envelopes and on voter pamphlets made for an unfair advantage for incumbents.  The state Senate gave the bill final legislative approval yesterday.

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