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Do you support Austin voters securing their right to vote on CodeNEXT or any comprehensive​ development code overhaul — Proposition J on the November ballot? (Note: Passage of Proposition J does not mean that all code changes come to a public vote – only a comprehensive code overhaul, whether it’s called CodeNEXT or something else.) Rate your support on a scale of 1 to 10, 10 being the most support and 1 being the least.

City of Austin : City Council, District 1

Rate your support: 10

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Mitrah Elizabeth Avini

Our campaign has been built on the philosophy of participatory democracy, we believe folks should be involved in every aspect …

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Lewis Conway Jr.

Constituent feedback is important to all issues large and small. However, for the sake of efficiency voters are able to …

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Reedy Macque Spigner III

City of Austin : City Council, District 3

I support democracy. Giving voice and choice is part of democracy. Rate your support: 10

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Susana Almanza

District 3 has a problem with gentrification. You only have to drive down Cesar Chavez or Riverside to see that. …

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Jessica Cohen

While I completely agree that council has been deaf to the concerns of citizens during our recent attempt at a …

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Justin Jacobson

Yes, the code rewrite process was flawed for many reasons but one key reason was due to a lack of …

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James Valadez

City of Austin : City Council, District 8

When the City Council refused to put the petition on the ballot, I was part of the legal team to …

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Bobby Levinski

City of Austin : City Council, District 9

The City argues that most municipalities do not allow for public vote on the revision of land codes. A quick …

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Linda O’Neal

I absolutely believe the voters have a right to organize a petition to add items to the ballot for a community …

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Danielle Skidmore

As a Council Member, I voted to place this measure on the ballot once the petition was declared valid, and …

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Kathie Tovo

City of Austin : Mayor

The People have the right to decide what happens in their city. We must remember it is the people who …

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Travis Duncan

The CodeNEXT fiasco clearly demonstrates the need for new leadership at City Hall and a need for voter approval of …

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Laura Morrison

YES. I support Austin voters on securing their right to vote on CodeNext or any comprehensive development code overall. Rate …

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Todd Phelps