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Recommendations for Mobile Co. Nov 8 Ballot PDF  | Print |  E-mail

STATE AMENDMENTS
Amendment 1 - NO
Amendment 2 - NO
Amendment 3 - NO 
Amendment 4 - NO
Amendment 5 - ABSOLUTELY “NO”
Amendment 6 – NO - prevents having a super majority to impeach--keeps simple majority.

Amendment 7 – NO
Amendment 8 –YES - protects a person’s right to work, regardless of membership or non-membership in a labor union or organization.
Amendment 9 – NO

Amendment 10 –YES - only applicable to Calhoun Co. Rose Shannon, resident of the area, asks for a yes vote.
Amendment 11 – NO 
Amendment 12 – NO
Amendment 13 – NO

Amendment 14 – YES--prevents legislative chaos.

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OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS:JUST VOTE STRAIGHT GOP, OR:

>TRUMP/PENCE

>JUDGE PARKER:STATE SUPREME CT

>JACKIE ZEIGLER:STATE BOARD OF EDUC

>JUDGE JAY YORK: CIRCUIT CT JUDGE,13TH JUDICAL CIRCUIT, PLACE #  4

>JERRY CARL, MOBILE CTY COMMISSION, DIST # 3

>WRITE IN TERRY DUNN: PRESIDENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

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 WE SPOKE TO JERRY CARL AND HE IS IN FAVOR OF THIS AMENDMENT

SPECIAL COUNTY ELECTION MOBILE COUNTY, ALABAMA NOVEMBER 8, 2016
Shall Mobile County in the State of Alabama be authorized to issue from time to time and in one or more series its Pay-As-You-Go Road, Bridge and Drainage Facilities Bonds, not exceeding $48,000,000 in principal amount, for the purpose of raising funds for the construction and improvement, or either, of hard surfaced roads, hard surfaced bridges, and surface water drainage facilities, or any thereof in the county, which bonds shall bear interest at a rate or rates to be fixed when they are sold, not exceeding twelve percent (12%) per annum, payable semiannually until their respective maturities, and shall mature and become payable on December 1 in the aggregate principle amount of $4,800,000 in each of the years 2019 through 2028, and shall the said county be authorized to continue to levy annually a special tax, on all taxable property in the county, at a rate not exceeding six and one-half mills on each dollar of the assessed valuation of such property, for the purpose of paying at their respective maturities the principal of and interest on the said bonds and all other bonds at any time outstanding which may be payable out of or constitute a charge on the said special tax, all pursuant to the provisions of Amendment 18, as amended and modified, to the Constitution of Alabama?
FOR
AGAINST