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Sample Ballot, General Election, November 6, 2018

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Hall County State of Nebraska Publication Ballot
INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS:
1. TO VOTE, YOU MUST DARKEN THE STATE TICKET COUNTY TICKET
OVAL COMPLETELY (R).
2. Use a black ink pen. For Attorney General For Hall County Supervisor
3. To vote for a WRITE-IN candidate - Vote for ONE District 3
write in the name on the line provided Vote for ONE
AND darken the oval completely. Doug Peterson
Republican

R Dick Hartman
Republican
4. DO NOT CROSS OUT OR ERASE. For Auditor of Public Accounts
If you make a mistake, ask for a new Gayle Clark
Vote for ONE Democratic
ballot.
Charlie Janssen
Republican
UNITED STATES SENATORIAL TICKET Jane Skinner For Hall County Supervisor
Democratic District 5
For United States Senator Vote for ONE
Six Year Term
Vote for ONE
COUNTY TICKET Jane Jeffries-Richardson
Republican
Deb Fischer For Hall County Clerk
Republican Vote for ONE
Jane Raybould Marla J. Conley For Hall County Supervisor
Democratic Republican District 7
Vote for ONE
Jim Schultz
Libertarian
For Hall County Assessor and Register of Ron Peterson
Deeds Republican
Vote for ONE
CONGRESSIONAL TICKET Peggy J. Pape
Democratic
For Representative in Congress Kristi Wold
District 3 - Two Year Term Republican
Vote for ONE
NONPARTISAN TICKET

Adrian Smith For Hall County Clerk of the District Court For Member of the Legislature
Republican Vote for ONE District 34
Vote for ONE
Paul Theobald Valorie Bendixen
Democratic Republican
Curt Friesen

STATE TICKET For Hall County Treasurer


Vote for ONE
For Governor and Lt. Governor Alaina Verplank For Member of the
Vote for ONE Republican State Board of Education - District 6
Vote for ONE

Pete Ricketts For Hall County Sheriff Maureen Nickels


Governor
Mike Foley
Lt. Governor
} Republican Vote for ONE
Rick Conrad
Republican
Bob Krist Judge of the Nebraska Workers'
Governor
Lynne M. Walz
} Democratic
For Hall County Attorney
Compensation Court
Six Year Term
Lt. Governor Vote for ONE
Shall Judge Julie A. Martin be retained in
Marty Klein office?
Republican
Governor
Yes

Lt. Governor For Hall County Surveyor No


Vote for ONE
For Secretary of State Scott A. Peters Judge of the Nebraska Workers'
Vote for ONE Republican Compensation Court
Six Year Term
Bob Evnen
Republican Shall Judge James Michael Fitzgerald be
Spencer Danner For Hall County Supervisor retained in office?
Democratic District 1
Vote for ONE
Yes
For State Treasurer Butch Hurst No
Vote for ONE Republican
John Murante
Republican

Remember Vote Both Sides!

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NONPARTISAN TICKET NONPARTISAN TICKET NONPARTISAN TICKET

Judge of the District Court Central Platte Natural Resources District For Hall County Weed Control Board
District 9 - Six Year Term For Board of Directors - Subdistrict 9 Vote for up to TWO
Vote for ONE
Shall Judge Mark J. Young be retained in Kelly Markham
office?
Ed Kyes Wayne Swadley

Yes

No Central Platte Natural Resources District


For Board of Directors - Subdistrict 10
Vote for ONE For Hall County Airport Authority Board
Judge of the County Court
District 9 - Six Year Term Six Year Term
Vote for up to TWO
Shall Judge John P. Rademacher be Charles R. Maser
retained in office?
Joe Cook

Yes Central Platte Natural Resources District Ryan J. O'Neill


For Board of Directors - At Large
Vote for ONE
No
Judge of the County Court Keith A. Ostermeier
District 9 - Six Year Term
For Educational Service Unit 9
Shall Judge Gerald R. Jorgensen be District 1
retained in office? Vote for ONE
Lower Loup Natural Resources District
For Board of Directors - Subdistrict 3
Vote for ONE
Yes Kevin W. Schneider

No Rollie Amsberry

Central Community College For Educational Service Unit 9


For Board of Governors - District 4 District 5
Vote for ONE Lower Loup Natural Resources District Vote for ONE
For Board of Directors - At Large
Vote for ONE
Austin Miller Danna S. Wolford

N. Richard Hadenfeldt

Central Platte Natural Resources District For Educational Service Unit 10


For Board of Directors - Subdistrict 4 District 3
Vote for ONE Southern Public Power District Vote for ONE
For Board of Directors
Subdivision 4 - Six Year Term
Vote for ONE Kay Grimminger
Central Platte Natural Resources District Gary Hedman
For Board of Directors - Subdistrict 6
Vote for ONE For Educational Service Unit 10
District 5
Dawson Public Power District Vote for ONE
Jerry J. Milner
For Board of Directors
Buffalo Subdivision - Six Year Term
Vote for up to TWO Marilyn P. Bohn

Central Platte Natural Resources District Bradley D. Brodine


For Board of Directors - Subdistrict 7
Vote for ONE
Dan Muhlbach SCHOOL TICKET

Ed Stoltenberg For Grand Island Public Schools


Board of Education District 2
Ward A
Vote for up to TWO
Central Platte Natural Resources District Howard Greeley Public Power District Dan Brosz
For Board of Directors - Subdistrict 8 For Board of Directors
Vote for ONE Subdivision 5 - Six Year Term
Vote for ONE Kelly A. Enck

Alicia Haussler James P. Wieck

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SCHOOL TICKET SCHOOL TICKET SCHOOL TICKET

For Grand Island Public Schools For Centura Public School For Northwest Public Schools
Board of Education District 2 Board of Education District 100 Board of Education District 82
Ward B Ward II Vote for up to THREE
Vote for ONE Vote for ONE

Bonnie Hinkle Jeff Christensen Dan Leiser

Jason J. Simdorn Kim J. Meyer


For Grand Island Public Schools Robin L. Schutt
Board of Education District 2
Ward C For Centura Public School
Vote for up to TWO Kristina Vlcek
Board of Education District 100
Ward III
Carlos Barcenas Jr. Vote for ONE Janel L. Laub

Erika Wolfe Aron Hostetler Zach Mader

Heather Caspersen

For Doniphan/Trumbull Public School For Shelton Public Schools


Board of Education District 126 Board of Education District 19
Vote for up to THREE Vote for up to THREE
SCHOOL BOND ELECTION
HALL COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 0082
(NORTHWEST PUBLIC SCHOOLS)
Stephanie J. Roach Lisa L. Stewart IN THE STATE OF NEBRASKA
“Shall Hall County School District 0082
Craig W. Vincent Kris Spellman (Northwest Public Schools) in the State of
Nebraska issue its bonds in a total principal
Joseph D. Berglund amount not to exceed Eleven Million Five
Hundred Thousand Dollars ($11,500,000)
for the purposes of financing the costs of
Anthony W. Rolfsmeyer constructing a new middle school on the
existing high school campus, constructing
improvements and repairs to existing school
facilities, providing furniture and equipment
for the same and constructing and installing
For Aurora Public Schools site improvements related to such facilities
Board of Education District 4-R and building; said bonds to be issued from
Vote for up to THREE time to time, to be sold at such prices, to
bear interest at such rates, to become due
at such times, and to have such other terms
For Wood River Public Schools and provisions, all as may be fixed and
Cory Ohlson determined by the Board of Education of the
Board of Education District 83
Vote for up to THREE District; and
Pat Shaw
“Shall the District cause to be levied and
collected annually a special levy of taxes
Cyndi Muilenburg Dean Luehr against all the taxable property in the District
sufficient in rate and amount to pay the
principal of, the premium, if any, and the
Andrew Ostdiek Ron Rickert interest on said bonds as the same become
due?"
Joyce Willoughby

Crystal Stutzman FOR said bonds and tax

AGAINST said bonds and tax


For Centura Public School
Board of Education District 100 Electors voting in favor of said proposition
Ward 1 shall blacken completely the oval opposite
Vote for ONE the words “FOR said bonds and tax”
following said proposition, and electors
Eric M. Hostetler voting against said proposition shall blacken
completely the oval opposite the words
“AGAINST said bonds and tax” following
Brent R. McDonald said proposition.

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SCHOOL TICKET CITY TICKET CITY TICKET

For Adams Central Schools For Grand Island City Council Ward 5 For Wood River City Council
Board of Education District 90 Vote for ONE Ward 1
Vote for up to THREE Vote for ONE
Michelle A. Fitzke

Dave Johnson John Gericke Christopher L. Young

Tim O'Dey

Greg Mucklow CITY OF GRAND ISLAND For Wood River City Council
PROPOSAL TO INCREASE THE Ward 2
LOCAL SALES AND USE TAX RATE Vote for ONE
AND BUDGETED RESTRICTED FUNDS
Shall the City Council of the City of Grand
Island increase the local sales and use tax Heather M. Rotter
rate by an additional one-half of one percent
(1/2%) from the current rate of one and
one-half percent (1 1/2%) to a rate of two
percent (2%) and impose a sales and use
For Kenesaw Public Schools tax at the increased rate upon the same For Wood River City Council
Board of Education District 3 transactions within the City on which the Ward 3
Vote for up to THREE State of Nebraska is authorized to impose a Vote for ONE
tax, with 100% of the revenue from the
increased rate to be used for the following
Cindy Olsen projects: (1) public highways; (2) municipal Nicholas J. Rennau
streets, bridges, and sidewalks; (3) buildings
and capital equipment used in the operation
Troy Legg of city government; (4) parking facilities; and
(5) public safety equipment necessary for
the provision of city public safety services,
Shawn Gallagher which increased rate shall terminate not VILLAGE TICKET
more than ten years after the effective date
of the increased sales and use tax or if some For Alda Village Board
or all of the revenue is pledged for payment Vote for up to TWO
of bonds, until the payment in full of such
bonds and any refunding bonds, whichever
date is later, and shall increase its budgeted
restricted funds for fiscal year 2019-20 by
$5,500,000, sixteen percent (16%) over the Jerry Bond
2018-19 restricted funds, to permit the
CITY TICKET expenditure of revenue from the increased Linda L. Thompson
rate?
For Grand Island Mayor
Vote for ONE
Roger G. Steele Yes. (For the Additional Tax
and Increase in Restricted
Funds Budget) For Cairo Village Board
Vote for up to TWO
For Grand Island City Council Ward 1 No. (Against the Additional
Vote for ONE Tax and Increase in
Vaughn Minton Restricted Funds Budget) Gordy Sorensen

A "Yes" Vote: If a majority of the votes cast Matthew Bellamy


upon such question shall be in favor of
For Grand Island City Council Ward 2 increasing such local sales and use tax rate
Vote for ONE by an additional one-half of one percent
(1/2%) to a rate of two percent (2%), then
Clay E. Schutz the City of Grand Island shall be empowered
to increase the local sales and use tax rate
Jerry Poels to two percent (2%), the revenue from such For Doniphan Village Board
increased rate shall be used for the Vote for up to TWO
purposes specified and the increased rate
shall terminate as provided, and the City
shall be authorized to increase its budgeted
For Grand Island City Council Ward 3 restricted funds for fiscal year 2019-2020 by
$5,500,000, which is sixteen percent (16%) Lori C. Fisher
Vote for ONE over the current year’s restricted funds, to
Clarence R. Stephens permit expenditure of revenue from the
increased tax rate.
Jason Conley A "No" Vote: If a majority of those voting on
the question shall be opposed to such an
increase of the local sales and use tax rate
by an additional one-half of one percent
(1/2%), then the governing body of the City
For Grand Island City Council Ward 4 of Grand Island shall not impose such a tax
Vote for ONE rate increase and the budgeted reserves
shall not be increased as provided.
Mitchell Nickerson

Jose A. Ramirez

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PROPOSED BY INITIATIVE PETITION

Initiative Measure 427


A vote “FOR” will amend Nebraska statutes
to provide that the state shall amend its
Medicaid state plan to expand eligibility for
medical assistance to cover certain adults
ages 19 through 64 whose incomes are one
hundred thirty-eight percent (138%) of the
federal poverty level or below as defined by
federal law, and to maximize federal
financial participation to fund their care.

A vote “AGAINST” will not cause Nebraska


statutes to be amended in such manner.

Shall Nebraska statutes be amended to


provide that the state shall amend its
Medicaid state plan to expand eligibility
for medical assistance to cover certain
adults ages 19 through 64 whose
incomes are one hundred thirty-eight
percent (138%) of the federal poverty
level or below as defined by federal law,
and to maximize federal financial
participation to fund their care?

For

Against

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