SEDONA, Ariz. –  The Sedona City Clerk will restore an initiative to establish
    a permanent base adjustment to the city’s expenditure authority to the Nov.
    6 ballot.




Sedona Returns YOUR
Right to VOTE!
    Sedona, AZ An agreement has been reached with Sedona City Attorney
    Robert Pickels who agreed to restore enough signatures to Arizona
    Liberty's Permanent Base Adjustment ballot initiative, giving it enough to
    qualify for placement on the November 6, 2018 ballot.

    On August 3, 2018, Arizona Liberty, a local political action committee, filed
    a lawsuit in Yavapai County Superior Court against the City of Sedona for
    illegally invalidating these signatures and disqualifying the initiative.
    Pickels reached out to Arizona Liberty to settle the suit several days ago.

    “Arizona Liberty is pleased with this resolution of the lawsuit,” said
    Arizona Liberty PAC Treasurer Dwight Kadar. “Now the voters of Sedona
    will have a choice and voice in the financial future of their city.”
For Immediate Release
August 9, 2018

City of Sedona Relents to Lawsuit
The Permanent Base Adjustment will
be on the November 6, 2018 ballot

    This simple graph explains what a YES vote on November 6th does.

    YES on PBA adjusts city spending limitation UP by $11.7 MILLION
    substantially increasing the City's safety net in 4 years when Home
    Rule will unfortunately come up again by law for a vote.