Washington

Sensible Majority
Partisan Map
Competitive Races
Primaries
Ranked Choice Voting
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Washington

Sensible Majority
Partisan Map
Competitive Races
Primaries
Ranked Choice Voting
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We are the Sensible Majority

The Sensible Majority

57%
63%

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There are more of us than you think!

We share common values

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believes that everyone deserves an equal opportunity to live a quality life

0%

say people may disagree, but they should still treat each other respectfully.

We seek common ground

0%

say we can find common ground by listening to each other and not dismissing those who disagree with us.

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agree that we must be willing to make reasonable compromises to solve America's problems.

We are frustrated and angry with the state of politics today

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are angry that nothing is getting done about the things that really matter.

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believe both parties are more concerned about scoring points than getting things done.

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Find out how balanced or partisan your state's government is below.

State's Government Control

Democrat

Divided

Republican

Partisan control of your state's government:

Democrat

Governor: Democratic (Jay Inslee)

Senate: Democratic majority (Democrats: 29 | Republicans: 20)

House: Democratic majority (Democrats: 58 | Republicans: 40)

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Competitive Congressional Races

District race status

Democrat

Competitive

Republican

Of the 10 district races in Washington, 1 is competitive (shown in purple).

61% of Washington voters are part of the Sensible Majority and can be the swing vote in an election.

Data updated: March 29, 2024, Source: 270towin.com

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Open or Closed Primaries

Primary System

Super-open

Open

Semi-closed

Closed

Semi-closed and Closed

Primaries in your state:

Super-open

All candidates, regardless of their political party, are on the same ballot. Any registered voter can participate.

100% of your state's voters can vote in a primary election. Washington doesn't register voters by political party. To learn more about Washington�s voter and election data, visit: sos.wa.gov/.

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Ranked (Majority) Choice Voting

2024 RCV Ballot Initiative

None

Has a ballot initiative

Ranked (Majority) Choice Voting is not used statewide nor is there a 2024 ballot initiative to vote for.

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WA Districts: 10

The Sensible Majority

57%
63%

State's Government Control

Democrat

Divided

Republican

District race status

Democrat

Competitive

Republican

Primary System

Super-open

Open

Semi-closed

Closed

Semi-closed and Closed

2024 RCV Ballot Initiative

None

Has a ballot initiative

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WA Districts: 10

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