Walsh Anderson Guide to School District Bond Elections: Roles and Responsibilities of Board Members and Employees
Making the significant decision to order a bond election is only the first step of the process. Since the final decision rests with the voters, it is vital to ensure that the bond election runs smoothly. Fortunately, Walsh Anderson has developed some practical “do’s and don’ts” your school district can follow.
Based on relevant statutory requirements and rulings of the Texas Ethics Commission, as well as our own substantial experience assisting school districts in bond elections, Walsh Anderson has created a straight-forward booklet to assist board members and employees in understanding their respective roles and responsibilities in the bond election process.
Designed to help school districts avoid common pitfalls which could derail the bond election, this helpful reference tool covers everything from Political Action Committees and campaigning restrictions to recounts. While the guide does not address the financial aspect of bonds, it provides practical information in a “question-and-answer” format using both hypothetical and actual fact situations which often arise in bond elections.
When you purchase “School District Bond Elections,” you will receive a handy and convenient pamphlet-style book which can be easily accessed for both training and reference purposes.
Ordering Information - Click here for order form. Complete and fax to Jacqueline Hill at 512-467-9318.