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This page is the voting platform for the United Cities. On it will be listed resolutions up for voting. Finished resolutions and their voting records will be moved to an archive page.
IMPORTANT: All votes must be formatted as either YEA or NAY in the voting table. Votes not in this format will be discarded.
- 1 Resolution 263: Confirmation of MindBender15 to the Electoral Commission
- 2 Resolution 264: The 7/14/18 GA Meeting Act
- 3 Resolution 265: The Referendum Act
Resolution 263: Confirmation of MindBender15 to the Electoral Commission
Nominated by President _Kastle
Endorsed by AlfiePops, AyyLion, and codyhm
General Assembly Voting - Ended 7/8/2018 at 03:01 UTC
Resolution 264: The 7/14/18 GA Meeting Act
Proposed by ryanfr as Vice President.
Upon passage, there is to be a General Assembly Meeting on July 14, 2018 at 4PM UTC.
General Assembly Voting - Ended 7/8/2018 at 10:06PM UTC
Presidential Voting: Closes 7/11/18 at 10:55PM UTC
Resolution 265: The Referendum Act
Proposed by KittyCat11231. Endorsed by MindBender15, _ezzo, and mine_man_.
This resolution is a constitutional amendment.
In the event the United Cities votes, as per Amendment 106, to enact the new Constitution proposed by the Constitutional Reform Committee at the July 2018 election, the Constitution shall come into force one week following the assumption of office by the Officers elected in that election.
At the July 2018 election, a referendum question shall be added alongside the referendum question prescribed by Amendment 106, which shall state "Should the new Constitution include term limits on Officers and Justices?" The following options will be available:
1. No term limit
2. A limit of two consecutive terms
3. A limit of three consecutive terms
4. Other term limit
Ranked choice voting as prescribed by Amendment 17 shall determine the result of the referendum. If choice one wins, the following will be added to the new Constitution as an amendment: "There shall be no term limits imposed upon Officers and Justices." If choice two wins, the amendment will read: "Officers and Justices of the United Cities shall be limited to two consecutive terms in their positions." If choice three wins, the amendment will read: "Officers and Justices of the United Cities shall be limited to three consecutive terms in their positions." If choice four wins, the amendment will read: "The General Assembly shall have the power to impose term limits upon Officers and Justices through resolution."
General Assembly Voting: Ends 7/12/2018 @ 8:01 PM GMT