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Jim

Speaking of slick marketing, I received a mailing from “AFIS Yes!” today, apparently paid for by a group called the AFIS Renewal Campaign. With a P.O. Box listing in Seattle, I found little to no information about this group on either the Washington State Public Disclosure Commission site or King County Elections.

I don't recall receiving campaign materials to renew the AFIS levy in previous election cycles – it would be interesting to know who is funding the AFIS Renewal Campaign, why, and how much is being contributed.

Cheers! - Jim

Jim

Speaking of slick marketing, I received a mailing from “AFIS Yes!” today, apparently paid for by a group called the AFIS Renewal Campaign. With a P.O. Box listing in Seattle, I found little to no information about this group on either the Washington State Public Disclosure Commission site or King County Elections.

I don't recall receiving campaign materials to renew the AFIS levy in previous election cycles – it would be interesting to know who is funding the AFIS Renewal Campaign, why, and how much is being contributed.

Cheers! - Jim

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