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Election: Ballot Questions - 2012 General Election

Last Updated on September 28, 2012

State Question    CLARK COUNTY question    hENDERSON QUESTION

  

STATE QUESTION

STATE QUESTION NO. 1
Amendment to the Nevada Constitution
Senate Joint Resolution No. 5 of the 75th Session

Shall the Nevada Constitution be amended to expressly provide that the Legislature may, on extraordinary occasions, convene a special legislative session upon a petition signed by two.thirds of the Legislators of each House; to limit the subject matter of bills passed at a special session; to limit the duration of a special session to 20 consecutive calendar days except for proceedings involving impeachment, removal or expulsion from office; and to require the Legislature to adjourn all sessions on their final day not later than midnight based on the actual time on the clock?

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CLARK COUNTY QUESTION

CLARK COUNTY QUESTION NO. 2
Clark County School District Capital Projects Funding Question

Shall the Clark County School District be authorized to levy an additional property tax rate of up to 21.2 cents per $100 assessed valuation for capital construction for schools for a period of up to 6 years, commencing on July 1, 2013? The cost for the owner of a new $100,000 home is estimated to be $74.20 per year. If this question is approved by the voters, any property tax levied as authorized by this question will be outside of the caps on a taxpayer’s liability for property (ad valorem) taxes established by the legislature in the 2005 session.

HENDERSON QUESTION

HENDERSON LIBRARIES QUESTION NO. 1

Shall the Board of Trustees of the Henderson District Public Libraries be authorized to levy an additional property tax rate for library purposes, including, without limitation, operating and maintaining library facilities (excluding employee salaries and benefits), and acquiring, constructing, equipping and improving library facilities, and the repayment of debt issued therefor, of up to 2 cents per $100 assessed valuation for a period of up to 30 years commencing July 1, 2013? The cost for the owner of a new $100,000 home is estimated to be $7 per year. If this question is approved by the voters, any property tax levied under this question will be outside of the caps on a taxpayer’s liability for property taxes established by the legislature in the 2005 session.