Who introduced this one?

Gerald Koland


A single polling place is, in my opinion, a really bad idea.

1. Disadvantages those most distant from the auditorium.

2. Diminishes the number of people actually involved with self-government.

3. Further concentration of power feels more like a power grab for the convenience of government.

4. For all the reasons listed, no actual cost savings are identified.

We already shrank from 14 to 4; there isn’t enough history to know that 4 is too many.

If handicap accessibility is to be the overriding criteria, who will monitor the handicap spaces at the auditorium to ensure proper usage?

I think there are enough municipal and voluntary poll locations available if an honest assessment is made.

What percentage of the budget goes to election cost?

How much could be saved?

Who introduced this one?