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10B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, November 3, 2016 State of Kansas Official General Constitutional Amendment County of Jewell November 8, 2016 Election Ballot State of Kansas Official General Election Ballot Judicial Retention Supreme Court Justices, Court of Appeals Judges County of Jewell November 8, 2016 and District Court Judge nstructions If you.tear, deface, or make a mistake :and wrongfully mark any ballot, you must return it to the electio rd:and receive a new balh Making selections To vote for a Justice of the Supreme Court being retained in office, make a cross or check mark in the square at the left of the word "Yes". To vote against a Justice of the Supreme Court being; retained in office, make a cross 6r check mark in the square at the left of the word "No". the left of the word "Yes'. To vote against a Judge of the Court of Appeals being retained in office, make a cross or check mark in the square at theleft of the word "No'. To vote for a Judge of the District Court being retained in office, make a cross or check mark in the square at the left of the word =Yes'. To vote against a Judge of the District Court being retained in office, make a cross or check mark in the square at the left of the word "No". Vote Yes or No Shall CAROL A. BEIER, Topeka, Position No. 1, be retained in office? [] Yes [] No Shall DAN BILES, Shawnee, Position No. 2, be retained in office? [] Yes [] No Shall LAWTON R. NUS$ Position No. 3, be [] Yes [] No Shall Position [] Yes :Lawrence, office? Vote Yes or No Shall STEVEN LEBEN, Fairway, Position No be retained in office? in office? [] Yes [] No es [] No Shall G. ). ?' E. BRUN8, Topeka, 6, be retained in office? GORDON ATCHESON, Overland Park, Position No. 8, be retained in office? [] Yes [] No Shall KAREN ARNOLD-BURGER, Ovedand Park, Position No. 9, be retained in office? [] Yes [] No Shall KATHRYN A. GARDNER, Topeka, Position No. 14, be retained in office? [] Yes [] No Vote Yes or No Shall KIM W. CUDNEY, Greenleaf, 12t" Judicial District, be retained in office? [] Yes [] No State of Kansas Official General Election Ballot National, State, County and Township Offices County of Jewell November 8, 2016 Instructions 3ounty Offices If-you tear, ~ make a mistake and wrongfully mark any ballot, you must return it to the election board and receive a new ballot or set of ballots. Making Selections To vote for a person, make a cross or a check mark in the square at the left of the person's name. Optional write-in To vote for a person whose name is not printed on the ballot, write the person's name in the blank space and make a cross or check mark in the square at the left. To vote for presidential electors for candidates for :~:~:i:i ~ii:i;: ii !i!i Vote for One ["] KERRY BURT, Hutchinson, Libertarian ALAN LAPOLICE, Clyde, independent [--] ROGER MARSHALL, Great Bend, Republican " S president and vice-president make a cress or a check mark in the square at the left of the names of FOR STATE SENATOR the candidates. To vote for presidential electors to be selected by candidates for president and vice-president whose names are not printed on the ballot, write the person's names In the appropriate blank spaces and make a cross ot a check mark in the square at the left of the names of the candidates. lational Offices FOR PRESIDENTIALELECTORS FOR Vote for One D Mi Vote for One J. WAUG., Man kat%Republican ORCOU. . ASUR R Vote for One NT ::Vote for One Vote for One Set of Electors ...... ~i~. FORCOUN~ ATTORNEY : ~ : Vote'for':One :::: .................. : .... ................................ ...... ['--] STEIN and BARAKA, ...... %iiiiii r-] DARRELL E. MILLER, " ' independent STATE O ' bUCATiON : I-"] TRUMPand PENCE, MEMB R;6 blsr c : I-7 Mankato, Democratic Republican ....... Vot for: ne : ................................................. CLINTON and KAINE, .BROOK, Democratic "~iiiilili~iiiiiiiiiiiii~ii:, ['-] JOHNSON aBd WELD Libertada ii ....... IS], ~ii!iiiiiiiii[iiiiiiii!iiii~ ..... and Township Offices Vote for One [':-] JERRY MORAN .... . Man'hattan, Republican PATRICK WIESNER, Lawrence, Democratic I--] ROBERT D. GARRARD, Edgerton, Libertarian HORST, Republican or setof :ballots; CROSS ire against it,; make mark in the square at the left of the word "No". Io Explanatory statement. This amendment is to preserve constitutionally the right of the public to hunt, fish and trap wildlife subject to reasonable laWs and regulations. The right of the public to hunt, fish and trap not modify any provision of commor law or statutes relating eminent domain or any private property rights. A vote for this 21. Right of public to hunt, fish and trap wildlife. The people have the right to hunt, fish and trap, including by the use of traditional subject to and regulations conservation md that :ing and unting mea managing ildlife. This section construed to n of law relating property rights or water urces. of the wildlife taken by anglers. to state regulations IS trapper right is and P No to A vote proposition for no constitutional public to hunt, fish and Idlife. It would maintain state laws and rules and regulations governing hunting, fishing and trapping wildlife. Shall the following be adopted? All Republican TOWNSHIP Holmwood CLAY AURAND, TWP TRUSTEE Paul Wilson Belleville, Republican TWP TREASURER Ionia FOR STATE REPRE- Buffalo Frank Diemart SENTATIVE Earl Varney Joe Colson 109TH DISTRICT Nathan Greene Limestone TROY L. WAYMASTER, Calvin Kristin Underwood BunkerHill, Republican Curt Saint Ervin Underwood Center Donna Ramey Walnut COUNTY Terry McCutcheon COMMISSIONER Susan Abel Erma Dillon 3RD DISTRICT Esbon Whitemound Republican Kenny Mizner Ione Shipley MARK FLEMING Grant FOR STATE COUNTY D Sjolander REPRESENTATIVE COMMISSIONER LaVernia Peters 106TH DISTRICT 2ND DISTRICT Highland TODD E. FRYE, Republican Stede Underwood Marysville, Democratic KEITH ROE I, Carla J. Waugh, County Clerk in and for the County of Jewell, State of Kansas, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct composite sample ballot showing the candidates that will be voted upon at the General Election to be held November 8, 2016 in the voting precincts of Jewell County. Please be advised this is a sample ballot and because the law requires rotation of the candidate's names in some cases, the chronological order as listed may be different in your precinct. Also, some listed in this sample ballot may not appear on the ballot in your precinct. November 8, 2016 General Election polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. To view an exact sample ballot for your precinct (township) go online to: https://myvoteinfo.voteks.org Witness my hand and official seal this 1 st day of November, 2016. Seal Carla J. Waugh, Jewell County Clerk & Election Officer ATTENTION JEWELL COUNTY VOTERS VOTING LOCATIONS GENERAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 8, 2016 Polls open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. I ....... ........... ............ : ........... :: I If you livein the following location: DONALD JACOBS, You will vote at: D Mankato, Republican Vote for One FOR TOWNSHIP Vote for One D TREASURER Burr Oak City, Esbon City & Burr Oak, Esbon, Harrison, Highland, Holmwood, Walnut & Whitemound Townships Formoso City, Mankato City and Webber City, Center, Grant, Jackson, Limestone, Montana, Richland, Sinclair & Washington Townships Burr Oak Community Center Jewell City, Randall City, Allen, Athens, Buffalo, Brownscreek, Calvin, Erving, Ionia, Odessa, Prairie & Vicksburg Townships Basement of the Courthouse \ Jewell '1 Community Center Questions contact the Jewell County Clerk's Office at 785-378-4020.