Conceptual artist’s rendering. Courtesy of Northern Riverfront Marina and Hotel.
“No,” said Malissa Talbert, a spokeswoman for the city of Wilmington.
It is unlawful to use public money to influence how people vote, said Robert Joyce, a lawyer and elections law expert at the UNC School of Government.
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Will the baseball vote in November be a binding referendum or a nonbinding referendum?
Why should general obligation bonds be used to finance a baseball stadium, rather than revenue bonds?
Date posted: November 1, 2012
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