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1

Employees not engage in activities that are inconsistent, incompatible, in conflict with, or are harmful to their ______ as City employees.

Duties

2

Employees may not be a ________ for election to Mayor or City Council if the City of Phoenix or may be appointed to serve as Mayor or a member of the City Council.

Candidate

3

City of Phoenix employees may express a private opinion on candidates for Mayor and City Council, including: (4)

Signing nomination or recall petitions for City elections

Posting private opinions on personal or nongovernmental social media accounts

Displaying a sign on nongovernmental property

Communicating with another person or group of people regarding City elections when the employee does not do so in an official capacity

4

City of Phoenix employees may be _____ ______ in connection with a charter amendment, bond issue, referendum or issue of similar character.

Politically active

5

City employees may not use any official City _____ or influence for the purpose of interfering with or affecting the results of an election.

Authority

6

City employees may not participate in the management or affairs of any City candidates’ campaign for Mayor of ____ or _____ City Council including, but not limited to, soliciting or making financial contributions to candidates.

Phoenix

7

City employees may not display bumper stickers and posters on _______ or display bumper stickers, posters, literature, buttons, or other campaign material on _______ or at their individual work site.

City vehicles

City property

8

City employees may not use an official ____ title or designate employment with the City in political advertisements, endorsements, or speeches.

City

9

An employee may not be a ________ for election to Mayor or City Council of the City of Phoenix.

Candidate

10

If an employee applies to be appointed as a City Council member to serve on an interim basis, the employee must take an ______ leave of absence beginning no later than the date on which they apply.

Unpaid

11

An employee covered by the ________ may not be a candidate for election to a partisan political office. Such employee _______ be granted a leave of absence for the purpose of becoming a candidate for election.

Hatch Act

May not