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The information that was not on the petition.

If you recently signed a petition regarding voting plans, there may be some important information that you were not made aware of. While the petition may have stated one specific plan to vote on, it is important to note that there are actually three different plans in consideration. Plan 1 allows for at-large voting, while Plan 2 also allows for at-large voting but with the requirement of living within a specific district. The third plan, which is currently in place, requires voters to live within and be voted on by their district.


It is crucial for voters to understand these different plans and their implications before making any decisions or signing petitions. By educating ourselves on the various options available, we can make informed choices that will best serve our communities and ensure fair representation in our elections.

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