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Marion School Board Election Sample Ballots

Marion School Board Election Sample Ballots

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Linn-Mar and Marion Independent School Districts
Linn-Mar and Marion Independent School Districts

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Official Ballot - September 10, 2013Regular School Board ElectionLinn-Mar Community School DistrictIn the County of Linn, State of Iowa& Kirkwood Community College, Merged Area X
Pct. Off. Initials
ATTEST:JOEL D. MILLERLINN COUNTYCOMMISSIONER OF ELECTIONS
Instructions:
To vote, completely fill in the oval to the left of your choice. To cast a write-in vote, you
MUST
completely fill inthe oval
AND
write the name of your candidate on the line provided. To vote to approve any question on this ballot, fill in theoval to the left of the word "YES"
.
To vote against a question, fill in the oval to the left of the word "NO"
.
Linn-Mar Community School District
Rene GadelhaTodd E. HutchesonTina Patterson
(Write-in vote, if any)(Write-in vote, if any)(Write-in vote, if any)
For Director at Large
(Vote for no more than three)
Kirkwood Community College
James Mollenhauer
(Write-in vote, if any)
For Director District 7
(Vote for no more than one)
YESNO
Public Measure ZShall the following Public Measure be adopted?
For the purpose of purchasing instructional equipment, theBoard of Trustees of Kirkwood Community College (MergedArea X) is authorized to continue to levy a tax on taxableproperty within the Merged Area for each of the tenconsecutive years commencing with the fiscal year beginningJuly 1, 2015, which tax shall not exceed six (6) cents perthousand dollars of assessed valuation in any one year,pursuant to Section 260C.28, Code of Iowa, 2003.
FRONT Card 10 SE# 1

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