The League of Women Voters Sedona-Verde Valley
Presents a Pro and Con Discussion of Proposition 400
Proposition 400 – Confused? Not sure which way to vote?
The League of Women Voters Sedona-Verde Valley will hold a public forum on the Proposition 400 ballot measure, Tuesday, February 16th, 7:00 to 8:30 pm at the Sedona Community Center, 2615 Melody Lane, Sedona.
Come hear a concise and clear presentation on Proposition 400 sponsored by the League of Women Voters, hear comments from the supporters and opponents of Proposition 400, and be able to ask your questions concerning the March 9 Primary and Special Mail Ballot Election.
Proposition 400 is officially titled – Repeal of the Direct Election of the Mayor. The ballot proposition is seeking voter approval to allow the selection of the mayor by and from members of the Sedona City Council.
Sandra Goodwin, past president of the League of Women Voters Central Yavapai County will be moderating the Proposition 400 LWVSVV forum.
The speaker in support of Proposition 400 is Anita McFarlane and the speaker in opposition to Proposition 400 is Ernie Strauch.
Election ballots will be sent by First Class mail to all registered voters in Sedona, beginning the week of February 15, 2010. Ballots may be returned by mail, hand-delivered to the Sedona City Clerk, 102 Roadrunner Road, Sedona, or dropped off in the Yavapai County Early Ballot Drop Off Box located in the Sedona City Hall parking lot. Completed ballots must be received by 7:00 pm on Election Day, March 9, 2010.
Remember – Democracy is NOT a Spectator’s Sport!
For additional information, contact the League of Women Voters Sedona-Verde Valley at firstname.lastname@example.org . Questions? Contact Robyn Prud’homme-Bauer or Mary Gassaway at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org /928-300-1964 or 928-634-9888.