December 6

Wallingford voted no for privatized liquor

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The majority of Wallingford didn’t want initiative 1183 to pass in the last election. According to this map created by our news partners, The Seattle Times, only a couple of voting districts in Wallingford voted yes, while several had 60-percent or more of voters checking the no box.

Initiative 1183 passed by 59-percent, privatizing liquor sales in Washington State.

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  1. Illustrative of the liberals dominating Seattle in general. The big government people born with a d on their foreheads. Most of which've never run a business or sign their names on the front of a check. So is “Wallingford” going to now sue or ask for a re-vote? Will it pull out of Seattle? Take it like an adult. You lost this one. Move on. Don't worry either, your messiah isn't finished taking us closer to being Europe.

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