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In November 2020, voters approved the Clay County Constitution with 81 percent of the vote.

I served on the Clay County Constitution Committee. I helped draft the Clay County Constitution. Our opponent led the opposition to the Clay County Constitution. Our opponent received only 19 percent of the vote.

Our opponent fought to keep our dysfunctional government. I fought to reform it. In November, let’s finish the job.

Ken JamisonFor Clay County

Voted to prevent politicians from voting on their own pay increases

Voted for non-partisan elections

Voted for term limits

Voted to allow recall of politicians

Voted for citizen petitions

Voted for campaign contribution limits

Voted to prevent politicians from hiring family members

Voted to prevent politicians from being hired by County within two years of leaving office

Voted to add restrictions on public debt

Voted to create a citizen review commission to propose constitutional amendments for voter approval

Our Opponent

Voted to allow politicians vote on their own pay increases

Voted for partisan elections

Voted against term limits

Voted against allowing the recall of politicians

Voted against citizen petitions

Voted against campaign contribution limits

Voted to allow politicians to hire family members

Voted to allow politicians from being hired by County within two years of leaving office

Voted against adding restrictions on public debt

Voted against creating a citizen review commission to propose constitutional amendments for voter approval