Amendment Proposals to the Clark County Charter

Your Charter Review Commissioners will soon be making decisions, and are inviting your voice in the process. This survey, along with other avenues of participation, is an opportunity to contribute to the future you want to see for Clark County.
Results from this survey will help inform the Commission of your opinions regarding what form some specific amendment proposals should take. Regardless of their final content and wording, Clark County voters will have the opportunity to vote for or against these amendments if they progress to the ballot.

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* 1. PARTISAN/NON-PARTISAN COUNCILORS
Do you think the County Councilor positions should continue to be partisan (Republican, Democrat, etc.), or should they be non-partisan (no political party displayed on the ballot)?

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* 2. PARTISAN/NON-PARTISAN OTHER ELECTEDS
Do you think the positions of County Assessor, Auditor, Clerk, Prosecuting Attorney, Sheriff, and Treasurer should continue to be partisan (Republican, Democrat, etc.), or should they be non-partisan (no political party displayed on the ballot)?

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* 3. REDISTRICTING/NUMBER OF DISTRICTS
Do you think the commission should keep four county districts? Or increase the number of county districts to five?
The Commission is considering a proposal to increase the number of voting districts to five districts. The role of council chair would then be appointed from among the five elected County Councilors.

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* 4. LENGTH OF TIME BETWEEN CHARTER REVIEWS
Should the length of time until the next review of Clark County's charter be shortened from 10 to 5 years?
The next Charter Review is currently scheduled to happen after 10 years. To accommodate for the current and expected growth and changes happening in Clark County, the Charter Review Commission is considering changing this to 5 years.

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* 5. ETHICS OVERSIGHT
Do you support the drafting of an Ethics Code with an independent Ethics Commission and Ethics Oversight and Compliance Office as elements to promote trust in local governance?

  Yes No
An Ethics Code
An Independent Ethics Commission
An Ethics Oversight and Compliance Office

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* 6. DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION
With the intended outcome of increasing accountability and public trust in Clark County's operations and services, the Commission is considering a proposal for creation of an office and/or commission of diversity, equity and inclusion. Which option would you prefer?

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* 8. It is not required, but you may enter your email if you would like to be added to a list for meeting notifications and updates regarding the Charter Review Commission.

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