(A)   City employees shall not solicit money, influence, service, other items of value or otherwise aid or promote any political committee or the nomination or election of any person to public office while on the job.
   (B)   City employees and officials shall not permit any city employee or private person to solicit assessments, contributions or services for any political party from a city employee during the employee’s working hours.
   (C)   Nothing contained within this section shall affect the right of the employee to exercise his or her rights as a citizen to hold membership in and support a political party, to vote as he or she chooses, to privately express his or her opinions on all political subjects and candidates, to maintain political neutrality and to attend political meetings. Employees participating in any of these activities shall represent themselves as citizens and not in their status as city employees.
(Res. 2010-23, passed 11-4-2010)