Last Updated on October 15, 2018
 
 

STATE QUESTIONS    BOULDER CITY QUESTION    BOULDER CITY LIBRARY DISTRICT QUESTION
 

STATE QUESTIONS

 STATE QUESTION NUM. 1
Amendment to the Nevada Constitution
Senate Joint Resolution No. 17 of the 78th Session

Shall the Nevada Constitution be amended to: (1) remove existing provisions that require the Legislature to provide certain statutory rights for crime victims; and (2) adopt in their place certain expressly stated constitutional rights that crime victims may assert throughout the criminal or juvenile justice process?

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 STATE QUESTION NUM. 2
Amendment to the Sales and Use Tax Act of 1955
Senate Bill 415 of the 79th Session

Shall the Sales and Use Tax Act of 1955 be amended to provide an exemption from the taxes imposed by this Act on the gross receipts from the sale and the storage, use or other consumption of feminine hygiene products?

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 STATE QUESTION NUM. 3
Amendment to the Nevada Constitution

Shall Article 1 of the Nevada Constitution be amended to require the Legislature to provide by law for the establishment of an open, competitive retail electric energy market that prohibits the granting of monopolies and exclusive franchises for the generation of electricity?

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STATE QUESTION NUM. 4
Amendment to the Nevada Constitution

Shall Article 10 of the Nevada Constitution be amended to require the Legislature to provide by law for the exemption of durable medical equipment, oxygen delivery equipment, and mobility enhancing equipment prescribed for use by a licensed health care provider from any tax upon the sale, storage, use, or consumption of tangible personal property?

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STATE QUESTION NUM. 5
Amendment to Title 24 of the Nevada Revised Statutes

Shall Chapter 293 of the Nevada Revised Statutes be amended to automatically register an eligible person to vote or update the person’s existing voter registration information if the person applies to the Department of Motor Vehicles for the issuance or renewal of or change of address for any type of driver’s license or identification card, unless the person affirmatively declines in writing to apply to register to vote or have his or her voter registration information update? 

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STATE QUESTION NUM. 6
Amendment to the Nevada Constitution

Shall Article 4 of the Nevada Constitution be amended to require, beginning in calendar year 2022, that all providers of electric utility services who sell electricity to retail customers for consumption in Nevada generate or acquire incrementally larger percentages of electricity from renewable energy resources so that by calendar year 2030 not less than 50 percent of the total amount of electricity sold by each provider to its retail customers in Nevada comes from renewable energy resources?
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BOULDER CITY QUESTIONS
      
 BALLOT QUESTION NUM. 1 - CITY OF BOULDER CITY

Shall the City of Boulder City expend up to $750,000 from the Capital Improvement Fund, as funds become available, to purchase a new fire engine?

 

  BALLOT QUESTION NUM. 2 - CITY OF BOULDER CITY

Shall the Boulder City Code be amended to provide that Boulder City and its agencies and enterprises may incur refunding debt obligations to refinance existing debt obligations without the approval of the electors of Boulder City for the purpose of reducing interest costs or effecting other economies or modifying or eliminating restrictive contractual limitations concerning the existing debt obligations, as determined by the City Council?

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BALLOT QUESTION NUM. 3 - CITY OF BOULDER CITY
A question proposing to amend the Boulder City Charter

Shall Section 136 of the Boulder City Charter be amended as follows:

SECTION 136. MUNICIPAL UTILITY ORGANIZATIONS

The Council may provide for the establishment of a separate department to administer the utility function, including the regulation of privately owned and operated utilities and the operation of municipally owned utilities. Such department shall keep separate financial and accounting records for each Municipally-owned and operated utility and prior to February 1 of each fiscal year, shall prepare for the City Manager in accordance with his specifications a comprehensive report of each utility. The responsible departments or officer shall endeavor to make each utility financially self-sustaining, unless the Council shall by ordinance adopt a different policy. All net profits derived from Municipally-owned and operated utilities may be expended in the discretion of the Council for general Municipal purposes in accordance with Nevada law. 

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BOULDER CITY LIBRARY DISTRICT QUESTION
  
 BOULDER CITY LIBRARY DISTRICT BALLOT QUESTION NUM. 1
A General Obligation Library Bond Question for the
Residents of the Boulder City Library District:

Shall the Board of County Commissioners of Clark County on behalf of the Boulder City Library District be authorized to issue up to $10,570,000 of general obligation bonds for the purpose of providing library facilities for the District by acquiring, constructing or improving buildings and other real property to be used for library purposes? The bonds are expected to require a property tax levy for 21 years. The bonds are estimated to result in an increase in the property taxes that the owner of a new $100,000 home will pay, which will average $ 42.00 per year. If this question is approved by the voters, any property tax levied to pay the bonds will be outside of the caps on a taxpayer’s liability for property (ad valorem) taxes established by the legislature in the 2005 session.

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