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Do you support the proposed Arkansas Elected Officials Ethics, Transparency and Financial Reform Amendment?

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Last answered 4 weeks ago

Arkansas Elected Officials Ethics, Transparency and Financial Reform Amendment Poll Results for Democrats

Yes

3,662 votes

66%

No

1,884 votes

34%

Distribution of answers submitted by Democrats.

2 Yes answers
3 No answers
0 overlapping answers

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Learn more about Arkansas Elected Officials Ethics, Transparency and Financial Reform Amendment

The proposed Arkansas Elected Officials Ethics, Transparency and Financial Reform Amendment, also known as HJR 1009, would permit legislators to serve a total of 16 years in the House or Senate, form a separate, seven-member commission to determine state elected officials' salaries, and establish limits on lobbying efforts by former legislators and campaign donations and gifts from lobbyists. The measure is sponsored by Warwick Sabin (D-33).  See recent government oversight news

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