UPDATES - Map of PB Processes
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Your Name *
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Your Email Address *
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Vote Year *
Name of Process *
Many processes have unique names, e.g. "The People's Budget"; otherwise we usually name them after the implementing institution, e.g. "City of Vallejo PB".
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Implementing Institution *
The name of the organization that implements PB within a jurisdiction, for example the name of a city government or a specific department within it.
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Allocating Institution
The name of the organization that allocates the funds to the PB process; in some cases this is the same as the implementing institution.
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Parent Institution
Some PB processes are part a larger program; for instance in PBNYC, District 39 would be an implementing and an allocating institution and the New York City Council would be the parent institution.
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Activity Status *
Is this PB process currently in the planning stage or is it underway with funds already set aside?
Type of PB *
Detailed Type of PB
Just like the previous question, this one is asking about the kind of PB process except that here the options are more specific.
Targeted Constituency
Some processes have targeted constituencies, such as youth, students, residents in a particular neighborhood, businesses in a particular district, etc.
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Location - City/County *
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Location - State/Province *
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Location - Country *
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Cycle
How many times has this PB process been conducted?
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Parent PB Cycle
How many times has the larger PB program of which this process is a part taken place?
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Vote Year and Month
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Idea Collection Year and Month
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Total Population of Jurisdiction
The number of people in the community that the PB process is engaging with. For instance, if it is district-level PB, then this question is looking for the total population of that district, even if voting is restricted to ages 12 and up. Or if it is high school PB that engages juniors and seniors, then this question is looking for the number of students just in those two grades.
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Number of Voters
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Total Funds Allocated through PB (Dollars)
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Number of Project Ideas
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Number of Project Proposals on Ballot
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Number of Projects Funded through PB
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What is the Source of this Information?
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Website of PB Process
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Additional Information or Notes about PB Process
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