Why does the city not promote which way voters should vote on the charter amendments?
The city is prohibited by state law from advocating for any outcome in any election. Therefore, city employees and public funds can only be used to state facts regarding the amendments without any advocacy for the item either way.

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1. What is a City Charter?
2. What happens if the majority of citizens vote “no” on a charter amendment proposition?
3. If the charter is different from state law, which applies?
4. Why is the charter being changed now?
5. Are there rules regarding how many times a charter provision can be changed?
6. Why does the city not promote which way voters should vote on the charter amendments?