Question 1 Position Statements

 

We have received two short position statement videos on Question 1, which seeks to alter the city charter to modify the number of signatures required to put citizen referendums on a city-wide ballot. Watch the videos below.

Yes on Question 1

No on Question 1

Here is the text of Question 1:

Should the Greenfield City Council seek to amend section 7-8 of the city charter to change the required number of signatures for citizen referendum petitions by changing the current charter language from:

“a number of voters equal to ten percent (10%) of the total number of voters voting in the most recent biennial city election, but not less than two and one half percent (2 1/2 %) of all registered voters as of the same date”

to:

“a number of voters equal to seven percent (7%) of the total number of voters registered to vote in the most recent biennial city election that occurred prior to the date when said signatures are filed with the city clerk”?

For more information on voting in Greenfield please go to the City’s Election Information page.

 

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