SAN FRANCISCO — Voters in Washington State last week rejected a ballot measure to limit governments’ revenue growth, while voters in Seattle split nearly down the middle in trying to pick their next mayor.

According to returns posted by the secretary of state’s office, more than 57% of the state’s voters said no to Initiative 1033, which would have limited the revenue growth of state, local, and county governments to a formula based on inflation and population.

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