Do you agree that the ballot language proposed for two ballot petitions – the CodeNEXT petition and the Austin Efficiency Audit – was misleading to the voters of Austin and if so, will you help clarify to voters what these measures really mean – regardless of how you might vote on them? (Note: This article in the Austin Bullldog is a helpful review. Also note: the Texas Supreme Court ruled on August 27 th , in favor of the city of Austin – see KUT report here.) Rate your support on a scale of 1 to 10, 10 being the most support and 1 being the least.

Justin Jacobson

City Council, District 3

I find the language for the CodeNext petition cumbersome and leaning too far in the direction that requires one to hold a law degree for comprehension on a first read. As for the Efficiency Audit, it seems that upon its filing it was lacking the desired language in the proper format, so I can see why the city took the course that it did.

Rate your support: 7