Thursday, September 14, 2017

CITY MANAGER TROY SCHULTE CAMPAIGNS AGAINST KANSAS CITY DEMOCRACY AND CITIZEN INITIATIVE PETITIONS

12th & Oak won't share any of the blame for low voter turnout that makes it easier to launch an effective petition. Instead, they hope to curtail direct Democracy that poses the last challenge to the corporate governance of the recent Administration.

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Some KC city officials question special election charter

With the KCI election just under eight weeks away, some city officials are thinking about the charter that allows citizens to place issues on the ballot. Placing an initiative on the ballot in Kansas City requires certified petition signatures equal to five percent of the total number of votes cast in the most recent mayor's race.

7 Comments:

Hyperblogal said...

If the city hadn't been so arrogant about so many initiatives, the public wouldn't have reacted through the ballot box. Get a mirror Troy.

Anonymous said...

So when is troy going to take his job at Burns & McDonnell?

Anonymous said...

Fat boy Troy is probably getting his job threatened by bully bullhorn who told him to take the heat or else, sLIE probably doesn't want his poor rep taking anymore hits. either way this is a big stupid mistake on their part.

Anonymous said...

Friggin' pussy. Afraid of his own shadow. What's next? Allowing non-citizens to vote? Herf de derf.

Silverback Sly said...

You ever watch this slob chew on pens during council meetings and look about as qualified as Byron for his position.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of Byron, I'm surprised he hasn't made this a racist issue

Anonymous said...

Troy doesn't want you voting. How do you think they passed the G.O. Bonds?