In any irrigation district where more than fifty percent of the total acreage of the
district is owned in individual ownerships of less than five acres, each elector who
is otherwise qualified to vote pursuant to RCW 87.03.045 shall be entitled to two votes regardless of the size of ownership. Each ownership shall be represented by two votes. If there are multiple owners or joint owners of a single ownership, the owners shall
decide among themselves what their two votes shall be. If the ownership is held as community property, the husband shall be entitled to
one vote and the wife shall be entitled to one vote or they may vote by common agreement.
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