Adams County, Colorado November 6, 2012 Coordinated General Election

SAMPLE BALLOT
THIS SAMPLE BALLOT CONTAINS ALL CANDIDATES, ADMENDMENTS, ISSUES, AND QUESTIONS THAT WILL APPEAR ON ANY BALLOT IN ADAMS COUNTY.
YOU WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON ALL CANDIDATES, AMENDMENTS, ISSUES, OR QUESTIONS LISTED. PLEASE NOTE THE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS LISTED PRIOR TO EACH CANDIDATE RACE, AMENDMENT, ISSUE, OR QUESTION TO DETERMINE IF YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THAT PARTICULAR CANDIDATE RACE, AMENDMENT, ISSUE, OR QUESTION.

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VOTING OPTIONS INCLUDE: MAIL-IN BALLOTS, EARLY VOTING, OR A VOTE CENTER ON ELECTION DAY

Karen Long Adams County Clerk and Recorder

FEDERAL OFFICES
ALL REGISTERED VOTERS IN ADAMS COUNTY ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS (Vote for One Pair) Virgil H. Goode Jr. / Jim Clymer (American Constitution) Barack Obama / Joe Biden (Democratic) Mitt Romney / Paul Ryan (Republican) Gary Johnson / James P. Gray (Libertarian) Jill Stein / Cheri Honkala (Green) Stewart Alexander / Alex Mendoza (Socialist, USA) Ross C. “Rocky” Anderson / Luis J. Rodriguez (Justice) Roseanne Barr / Cindy Lee Sheehan (Peace and Freedom) James Harris / Alyson Kennedy (Socialist Workers) Tom Hoefling / Jonathan D. Ellis (America’s) Gloria La Riva / Filberto Ramirez Jr. (Socialism and Liberation) Merlin Miller / Harry V. Bertram (American Third Position) Jill Reed / Tom Cary (Unaffiliated) Thomas Robert Stevens / Alden Link (Objectivist) Sheila “Samm” Tittle / Matthew A. Turner (We the People) Jerry White / Phyllis Scherrer (Socialist Equality) ____________________________________ Write-In

FEDERAL OFFICES
(Continued) ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS IN CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 4 ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING REPRESENTATIVE TO THE 113TH UNITED STATES CONGRESS – DISTRICT 4 (Vote for One) Doug Aden (American Constitution) Cory Gardner (Republican) Brandon Shaffer (Democratic) Josh Gilliland (Libertarian)

ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS IN CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 6 ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING REPRESENTATIVE TO THE 113TH UNITED STATES CONGRESS – DISTRICT 6 (Vote for One) Mike Coffman (Republican) Joe Miklosi (Democratic) Patrick E. Provost (Libertarian) Kathy Polhemus (Unaffiliated) ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS IN CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 7 ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING REPRESENTATIVE TO THE 113TH UNITED STATES CONGRESS – DISTRICT 7 (Vote for One) Joe Coors (Republican) Ed Perlmutter (Democratic) Douglas “Dayhorse” Campbell (American Constitution) Buck Bailey (Libertarian)

STATE OFFICES
ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS IN CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 4 ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 4 (Vote for One) Pamela P. Mazanec (Republican) Steven Ray Dellinger (Libertarian) ALL REGISTERED VOTERS IN ADAMS COUNTY ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO - AT LARGE (Vote for One) Stephen C. Ludwig (Democratic) Tyler Belmont (American Constitution) Brian Davidson (Republican) Daniel Ong (Libertarian) ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS IN CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 7 ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 7 (Vote for One) Irene Griego (Democratic) Mary Dambman (Republican) Eric Robinson (Libertarian) ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS IN SENATE DISTRICT 21 ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING STATE SENATE – DISTRICT 21 (Vote for One) Francine R. Bigelow (Republican) Jessie Ulibarri (Democratic)

STATE OFFICES
(Continued) ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS IN SENATE DISTRICT 25 ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING STATE SENATE – DISTRICT 25 (Vote for One) John Sampson (Republican) Mary Hodge (Democratic) Ronald G. Schweizer (Libertarian) ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS IN HOUSE DISTRICT 30 ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING STATE REPRESENTATIVE – DISTRICT 30 (Vote for One) Jenise May (Democratic) Mike Sheely (Republican) Shea Lantz (Libertarian) ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS IN HOUSE DISTRICT 31 ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING STATE REPRESENTATIVE – DISTRICT 31 (Vote for One) Joseph A. Salazar (Democratic) Beth Humenik (Republican) ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS IN HOUSE DISTRICT 32 ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING

STATE REPRESENTATIVE – DISTRICT 32 (Vote for One) Dominick Moreno (Democratic) Paul “Boots” Reimer (Republican) Brett Halbert (Libertarian)

STATE OFFICES
(Continued) ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS IN HOUSE DISTRICT 34 ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING STATE REPRESENTATIVE – DISTRICT 34 (Vote for One) Jodina B. Widhalm (Republican) Steve Lebsock (Democratic) ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS IN HOUSE DISTRICT 35 ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING STATE REPRESENTATIVE – DISTRICT 35 (Vote for One) Cherylin N. Peniston (Democratic) Brian Vande Krol (Republican) ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS IN HOUSE DISTRICT 56 ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING STATE REPRESENTATIVE – DISTRICT 56 (Vote for One) Dave Rose (Democratic) Kevin Priola (Republican) Will Hiltscher (Libertarian) ALL REGISTERED VOTERS IN ADAMS COUNTY ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING DISTRICT ATTORNEY – 17TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (Vote for One) Dave Young (Democratic)

STATE OFFICES
(Continued) ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS IN RTD DISTRICT I ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING DISTRICT I REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT DIRECTOR (Vote for One) Jeff Ilseman Seth L. Patterson Judy Lubow Cheryl Hauger ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS IN RTD DISTRICT K ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING DISTRICT K REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT DIRECTOR (Vote for One) David Elliott Paul D. Solano Jan Pawlowski Rich Himmel

COUNTY OFFICES
ALL REGISTERED VOTERS IN ADAMS COUNTY ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING COUNTY COMMISSIONER – DISTRICT 1 (Vote for One) Gary Mikes (Republican) Eva Henry (Democratic) COUNTY COMMISSIONER – DISTRICT 2 (Vote for One) James R. Fariello (American Constitution) Charles “Chaz” Tedesco (Democratic) Donnia Howell (Republican)

JUDICIAL
ALL REGISTERED VOTERS IN ADAMS COUNTY ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING JUSTICE OF THE COLORADO SUPREME COURT (Vote Yes or No) Shall Justice Nathan B. Coats of the Colorado Supreme Court be retained in office? Yes No

JUDICIAL
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ALL REGISTERED VOTERS IN ADAMS COUNTY ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING DISTRICT JUDGE – 17TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (Vote Yes or No) Shall Judge Chris Melonakis of the 17th Judicial District be retained in office? Yes No

ALL REGISTERED VOTERS IN ADAMS COUNTY ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING COURT OF APPEALS (Vote Yes or No) Shall Judge Laurie A. Booras of the Colorado Court of Appeals be retained in office? Yes No

Shall Judge Edward Moss of the 17th Judicial District be retained in office? Yes No

ALL REGISTERED VOTERS IN ADAMS COUNTY ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING ADAMS COUNTY JUDGE (Vote Yes or No) Shall Judge Leroy D. Kirby of the Adams County Court be retained in office? Yes No

Shall Judge James S. Casebolt of the Colorado Court of Appeals be retained in office? Yes No

Shall Judge Dennis A. Graham of the Colorado Court of Appeals be retained in office? Yes No

Shall Judge Jeffrey L. Romeo of the Adams County Court be retained in office? Yes No

Shall Judge Gale T. Miller of the Colorado Court of Appeals be retained in office? Yes No

Shall Judge Daniel Marc Taubman of the Colorado Court of Appeals be retained in office? Yes No

Shall Judge John R. Webb of the Colorado Court of Appeals be retained in office? Yes No

“Ballot questions referred by the general assembly or any political subdivision are listed by letter, and ballot questions initiated by the people are listed numerically. A ballot question listed as an „amendment‟ proposes a change to the Colorado constitution, and a ballot question listed as a „proposition‟ proposes a change to the Colorado Revised Statutes. A „yes‟ vote on any ballot question is a vote in favor of changing current law or existing circumstances, and a „no‟ vote on any ballot question is a vote against changing current law or existing circumstances.”

(Vote Yes or No)

STATE AMENDMENTS
ALL REGISTERED VOTERS IN ADAMS COUNTY ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING Amendment S (CONSTITUTIONAL) Shall there be an amendment to the Colorado constitution concerning the state personnel system, and, in connection therewith, expanding the veterans’ preference; increasing the number of candidates eligible to be appointed to a position; adjusting the duration of allowable temporary employment; allowing the flexibility to remove a limited number of positions from the system; modifying the residency requirement; adjusting the terms of service for members of the state personnel board; and requiring merit-based appointments to be made through a comparative analysis process? Yes No

STATE AMENDMENTS
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spending, and, in connection therewith, instructing Colorado’s congressional delegation to propose and support, and the members of Colorado’s state legislature to ratify, an amendment to the United States constitution that allows congress and the states to limit campaign contributions and spending? Yes No

COUNTY QUESTION
ALL REGISTERED VOTERS IN ADAMS COUNTY ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING BALLOT QUESTION 1A (Vote Yes or No) Shall the membership of the Adams County Board of Commissioners be increased from a three member board to a five member board? Yes No

Amendment 64 (CONSTITUTIONAL) Shall there be an amendment to the Colorado constitution concerning marijuana, and, in connection therewith, providing for the regulation of marijuana; permitting a person twenty-one years of age or older to consume or possess limited amounts of marijuana; providing for the licensing of cultivation facilities, product manufacturing facilities, testing facilities, and retail stores; permitting local governments to regulate or prohibit such facilities; requiring the general assembly to enact an excise tax to be levied upon wholesale sales of marijuana; requiring that the first $40 million in revenue raised annually by such tax be credited to the public school capital construction assistance fund; and requiring the general assembly to enact legislation governing the cultivation, processing, and sale of industrial hemp? Yes No

If the membership of the Adams County Board of Commissioners is increased from a three member board to a five member board, by what method shall the Adams County Board of Commissioners be elected? (Vote for One) Three commissioners resident in districts to be elected by the voters of the whole county and two commissioners to be elected by the voters of the whole county. Three commissioners resident in districts to be elected only by voters resident in the district and two commissioners to be elected by the voters of the whole county. Five commissioners resident in districts to be elected by the voters of the whole county.

Amendment 65 (CONSTITUTIONAL) Shall there be amendments to the Colorado constitution and the Colorado revised statutes concerning support by Colorado’s legislative representatives for a federal constitutional amendment to limit campaign contributions and

LOCAL ENTITIES ISSUES AND QUESTIONS
ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS IN THE CITY OF AURORA ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING BALLOT QUESTION 2A (Vote Yes or No) TERMS OF OFFICE FOR THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL Shall section 3-5(a) of the Aurora City Charter be amended to provide that the terms of the mayor and each councilmember shall begin at the commencement of the first regular council meeting in December after election in the year elected? Yes No BALLOT ISSUE 2B (Vote Yes or No) TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS SHALL AURORA’S DEBT BE INCREASED NOT TO EXCEED $74,000,000 WITH A REPAYMENT COST NOT TO EXCEED $135,000,000 (PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST), AND SHALL AURORA’S TAXES BE INCREASED NOT TO EXCEED $5,820,000 ANNUALLY TO PROVIDE FOR A COMPREHENSIVE, INTEGRATED TRANSPORTATION AND ACCESS SYSTEM FOR MOTORISTS, PEDESTRIANS, AND BICYCLISTS, BY AMENDING THE CITY CHARTER TO PERMIT THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS OR SIMILAR OBLIGATIONS, TO BE PAID THROUGH PROPERTY TAXES, WITHOUT REDUCTION, IN A SUFFICIENT RATE AND AMOUNT TO PAY SUCH OBLIGATIONS OR ANY REFUNDINGS, THE PROCEEDS OF WHICH, INCLUDING EARNINGS, SHALL BE USED TO PAY FOR ACQUIRING, CONSTRUCTING, INSTALLING, EQUIPPING, AND REPAIRING TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS, AND SHALL AURORA BE ALLOWED TO COLLECT, RETAIN AND EXPEND ALL REVENUES NECESSARY TO PAY SUCH OBLIGATIONS WITHOUT AFFECTING

LOCAL ENTITIES ISSUES AND QUESTIONS
(Continued AURORA’S OTHER DEBT, TAXES, REVENUES, OR EXPENDITURES UNDER THE CONSTITUTION AND LAWS OF THIS STATE AND THE CITY? Yes No BALLOT QUESTION 2C (Vote Yes or No) DESIGNATION OF NEW RANK IN THE FIRE DEPARTMENT Shall section 3-15(1) of the Aurora City Charter be amended to add the new position of Commander in the Aurora Fire Department for the purpose of providing additional assistance to the Fire Chief in efficiently managing the administrative matters of the Fire Department? Yes No

ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS IN THE CITY OF COMMERCE CITY ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING BALLOT QUESTION 2D (Vote Yes or No) Shall Public Service Company of Colorado be granted a franchise, pursuant to Chapter XVIII of the home rule charter of the City of Commerce City, Colorado, giving Public Service Company of Colorado the non-exclusive right to make reasonable use of city streets and other city property within the City of Commerce City; to furnish, sell and distribute gas and electricity to its customers within the City of Commerce City; and to acquire, purchase, construct, install, locate, maintain, operate and extend into, within and through the City of Commerce City all facilities reasonably necessary for the generation, production, manufacture, sale, purchase, exchange, storage, transportation, transmission and distribution of gas and electric service within and through the City of Commerce City? Yes No

LOCAL ENTITIES ISSUES AND QUESTIONS
(Continued) ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS IN AURORA PUBLIC SCHOOLS 28J ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING BALLOT ISSUE 3C (Vote Yes or No) SHALL JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 28J (AURORA PUBLIC SCHOOLS) TAXES BE INCREASED $15 MILLION IN 2013 AND BY WHATEVER AMOUNTS AS MAY BE GENERATED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY THE IMPOSITION OF AN ADDITIONAL MILL LEVY OF NOT TO EXCEED 8.7 MILLS, FOR GENERAL FUND PURPOSES RELATING TO INCREASING STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT, GRADUATION RATES AND STUDENT SAFETY, WHICH MAY INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: RECOVERING A PORTION OF THE REDUCED STATE FUNDING TO BE USED FOR READING, WRITING, MATH, SCIENCE, EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND MORE PUBLIC SCHOOL CHOICES; RECOVERING A PORTION OF REDUCED STATE FUNDING TO BE USED FOR INSTRUCTIONAL CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGY, EQUIPMENT AND CURRICULUM MATERIALS WHICH AID IN PREPARING STUDENTS FOR COLLEGE AND CAREERS; RECRUITING AND RETAINING HIGH QUALITY TEACHERS AND STAFF TO PROVIDE FOR SMALLER CLASS SIZES, INCREASED GRADUATION RATES, AND LOWER DROPOUT RATES; BY AN ADDITIONAL PROPERTY TAX MILL LEVY IN EXCESS OF THE LEVY AUTHORIZED FOR THE DISTRICT’S GENERAL FUND, WITHOUT LIMITATION AS TO RATE, PURSUANT TO AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 22-54-108, C.R.S., SUCH ADDITIONAL TAXES TO BE DEPOSITED IN THE GENERAL FUND; AND SHALL THE DISTRICT BE AUTHORIZED TO COLLECT, RETAIN AND SPEND ALL REVENUES FROM SUCH TAXES AND THE EARNINGS FROM THE INVESTMENT OF

LOCAL ENTITIES ISSUES AND QUESTIONS
(Continued) SUCH REVENUES AS A VOTER APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE AND AN EXCEPTION TO THE LIMITS WHICH WOULD OTHERWISE APPLY UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION? Yes No

ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS IN CENTRAL COLORADO WATER CONSERVANCY DISTRICT ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING BALLOT ISSUE 4A (Vote Yes or No) SHALL THE CENTRAL COLORADO WATER CONSERVANCY DISTRICT DEBT BE INCREASED UP TO $60 MILLION, WITH A MAXIMUM REPAYMENT COST OF UP TO $96.8 MILLION, AND SHALL DISTRICT TAXES BE INCREASED UP TO $3.9 MILLION ANNUALLY FOR:
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THE PURPOSE OF ENABLING LOCAL FARM FOOD PRODUCTION, KEEPING RANCHES WORKING AND DECREASING FARM DRY-UPS BY FINANCING THE COSTS OF, AND SECURING ADDITIONAL WATER SUPPLIES, ACQUIRING, RECLAIMING AND IMPROVING SITES FOR WATER STORAGE, AND PARTICIPATING IN THE CHATFIELD RESERVOIR WATER STORAGE REALLOCATION PROJECT:

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SUCH DEBT TO CONSIST OF THE ISSUANCE AND PAYMENT OF LIMITED TAX GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, WHICH BONDS SHALL BEAR INTEREST AT A MAXIMUM NET EFFECTIVE INTEREST RATE NOT TO EXCEED 6.5% PER ANNUM AND SHALL BE DATED AND SOLD AT SUCH TIME OR TIMES, AT SUCH PRICES (AT, ABOVE OR BELOW PAR) AND IN SUCH MANNER AND CONTAINING SUCH TERMS, NOT INCONSISTENT HEREWITH, AS THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS MAY DETERMINE; SHALL (I) AD VALOREM PROPERTY TAXES BE LEVIED IN ANY YEAR AT A LIMITED MILL LEVY RATE NOT TO EXCEED 3 MILLS, EXCEPT AS

LOCAL ENTITIES ISSUES AND QUESTIONS
(Continued) PERMITTED IN SECTION 37-45-126 OF THE COLORADO REVISED STATUTES, AND IN SUCH AMOUNTS AS SET FORTH ABOVE AND (II) THE DISTRICT BE AUTHORIZED TO ENCUMBER AND PLEDGE ANY OTHER REVENUES OF THE DISTRICT TO BE USED TO PAY THE PRINCIPAL OF AND INTEREST ON SUCH BONDS AS THE SAME BECOME DUE AND TO FUND ANY RESERVES FOR THE PAYMENT THEREOF; AND SHALL ANY INVESTMENT EARNINGS (REGARDLESS OF AMOUNT) FROM SUCH TAX REVENUES AND FROM THE PROCEEDS OF SUCH BONDS CONSTITUTE A VOTERAPPROVED REVENUE CHANGE WITHIN THE MEANING OF ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION? Yes No

LOCAL ENTITIES ISSUES AND QUESTIONS
(Continued) ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS IN EAGLE CREEK METROPOLITAN DISTRICT ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING BALLOT ISSUE 5B (Vote Yes or No) SHALL EAGLE CREEK METROPOLITAN DISTRICT BE AUTHORIZED TO COLLECT, RETAIN, AND SPEND ANY AND ALL AMOUNTS RECEIVED ANNUALLY AS A GRANT, AND SHALL SUCH GRANT REVENUES BE COLLECTED AND SPENT BY THE DISTRICT AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE WITHOUT REGARD TO ANY SPENDING, REVENUE-RAISING, OR OTHER LIMITATION CONTAINED WITHIN ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION, AND WITHOUT LIMITING IN ANY YEAR THE AMOUNT OF OTHER REVENUES THAT MAY BE COLLECTED AND SPENT BY THE DISTRICT? Yes No BALLOT ISSUE 5C (Vote Yes or No) SHALL EAGLE CREEK METROPOLITAN DISTRICT BE AUTHORIZED TO COLLECT, RETAIN, AND SPEND ANY AND ALL AMOUNTS RECEIVED ANNUALLY FROM ALL TAP FEES, FACILITY FEES, OR ANY OTHER FEE, AND SHALL SUCH FEE REVENUES BE COLLECTED AND SPENT BY THE DISTRICT AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE WITHOUT REGARD TO ANY SPENDING, REVENUE-RAISING, OR OTHER LIMITATION CONTAINED WITHIN ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION, AND WITHOUT LIMITING IN ANY YEAR THE AMOUNT OF OTHER REVENUES THAT MAY BE COLLECTED AND SPENT BY THE DISTRICT? Yes No

ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS IN GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT SUBDISTRICT OF CCWCD ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING BALLOT ISSUE 4B (Vote Yes or No) WITHOUT CREATING ANY NEW TAX OR INCREASING CURRENT TAX RATES, SHALL THE GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT SUBDISTRICT OF THE CENTRAL COLORADO WATER CONSERVANCY DISTRICT BE AUTHORIZED TO COLLECT, RETAIN AND EXPEND THE FULL AMOUNT OF REVENUES GENERATED FROM ALL SOURCES WITHOUT LIMITATION OR CONDITION UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION, AND AS AN EXCEPTION TO THE LIMITATIONS UNDER SECTION 29-1-301 OF THE COLORADO REVISED STATUTES AND RELATED LIMITS WHICH OTHERWISE APPLY? Yes No

LOCAL ENTITIES ISSUES AND QUESTIONS
(Continued) ONLY REGISTERED VOTERS IN WRIGHT FARMS METROPOLITAN DISTRICT ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE ON THE FOLLOWING BALLOT ISSUE 5A (Vote Yes or No) SHALL WRIGHT FARMS METROPOLITAN DISTRICT BE AUTHORIZED TO COLLECT, RETAIN, AND SPEND ANY AND ALL AMOUNTS RECEIVED ANNUALLY AS A GRANT, AND SHALL SUCH GRANT REVENUES BE COLLECTED AND SPENT BY THE DISTRICT AS A VOTERAPPROVED REVENUE CHANGE WITHOUT REGARD TO ANY SPENDING, REVENUERAISING, OR OTHER LIMITATION CONTAINED WITHIN ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION, AND WITHOUT LIMITING IN ANY YEAR THE AMOUNT OF OTHER REVENUES THAT MAY BE COLLECTED AND SPENT BY THE DISTRICT? Yes No

GENERAL ELECTION EARLY

GENERAL ELECTION EARLY VOTING
October 22nd – 26th and October 29th – November 2nd and Saturday, October 27th, 2012
All Early Voting Sites are open Monday through Friday, 7am to 5pm and Saturday, October 27th from 9am to 3pm. Mail-in ballots may also be dropped off at these locations.
Adams County Economic Development 12200 N Pecos Street, Westminster 80234 Adams County Government Center – Conference Center 4430 S Adams County Pkwy, Brighton 80601 Adams County Human Services 7190 Colorado Blvd – Lower Level, Commerce City 80022 Aurora Motor Vehicle 3449 N Chambers Road, Suite A, Aurora 80011 Bennett Town Hall 355 Fourth Street, Bennett 80102 DeVry University – Westminster 1870 W 122nd Avenue, Westminster 80234 Westminster Motor Vehicle 8452 N Federal Blvd, Westminster 80031

ADAMS COUNTY VOTE CENTERS – NOVEMBER 6, 2012 GENERAL ELECTION
Voters who do not vote by mail or during Early Voting have the opportunity to vote at one of 32 Vote Centers conveniently located throughout Adams County. Polls will be open from 7am until 7pm.
AURORA Aurora Motor Vehicle 3449 N Chambers Rd, Suite A Fletcher Primary School th 10455 E 25 Ave BENNETT, STRASBURG & WATKINS Bennett Community Center 1100 W Colfax Ave BRIGHTON Adams County Government Ctr – Conf Center 4430 S Adams County Parkway Brighton Recreation Center 555 N 11th Ave Great Rock Fire Station - GBFD 15229 Great Rock Rd Heritage Todd Creek Clubhouse 8455 Heritage Dr Northern Hills Church th 5061 E 160 Ave COMMERCE CITY & HENDERSON Adams County Human Services Bldg – Lower Level 7190 Colorado Blvd Belle Creek Family Center 10693 Belle Creek Blvd Commerce City Recreation Center 6060 E Parkway Dr Reunion Recreation Center 17910 E Parkside Drive N FEDERAL HEIGHTS Holiday Hills Village Mobile Home Park nd 2000 W 92 Ave NORTHGLENN Chapel Haven SDA Church 9911 Huron St Immaculate Heart of Mary Church 11385 Grant Dr Northglenn Christian Church th 1800 E 105 Pl THORNTON Anythink Library th 5877 E 120 Ave Crossroads Church th 53 E 128 Ave Holy Cross Catholic Church 9371 Wigham St Margaret Carpenter Recreation Center 11151 Colorado Blvd North Metro Church 12505 Colorado Blvd Northern Hills Church th 5061 E 160 Ave Thornton Civic Center 9500 Civic Center Dr Villas at Sunny Acres - Ambassador Room th 2501 E 104 Ave THORNTON/ADAMS COUNTY Mapleton School District #1 Administration Building th 591 E 80 Ave SOUTHWEST ADAMS COUNTY Perl Mack Community Center 7125 Mariposa St Southwest Adams Fire District #2 th 3365 W 65 Ave WESTMINSTER Adams Co Economic Development Office – Conference Room 12200 N Pecos St DeVry University – Westminster nd 1870 W 122 Ave St. Mark Catholic Church th 3141 W 96 Ave St. Martha’s Episcopal Church th 4001 W 76 Ave Church of the Nazarene th 3501 W 104 Ave Westminster Motor Vehicle 8452 N Federal Blvd

All VOTE CENTERS are open Election Day, November 6th from 7am – 7pm. Adams County voters may vote at the Vote Center most convenient to you – near where you live, work or play. You will not vote in a specific precinct location. PLEASE BRING YOUR I.D. AND PRE-PRINTED SIGNATURE CARD WITH YOU WHEN YOU COME TO VOTE!

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q. When must my voted mail-in ballot be returned? A. Mail-in ballots must be RECEIVED at the Adams County Elections Office or Designated Drop-off/Service Center sites by 7pm on Election Day in order for your vote(s) to be counted. Ballots received after 7pm on Election Day will not be counted. Q. Where can I drop-off my mail-in ballot? A. There are fourteen Drop-off sites, listed below, conveniently located around the county. Q. How can I tell if I am registered to vote or if my voted mail-in ballot has been received? A. To verify your mail-in ballot was received by the Elections Office, visit the website at www.govotecolorado.com, clicking on the “Find My Registration” link. Q. What shall I do if I want to vote at a polling place, but I received a mail-in ballot? A. You may surrender your mail-in ballot at an Early Voting site and vote on a touch screen voting machine. This function cannot be done on Election Day. Q. What do I do if I make a mistake, damage or lose my ballot? A. You may request a Replacement Ballot by visiting one of the conveniently located Service Centers listed below. Q. Who are the eligible Write-in Candidates? A. Visit www.adamscountyelections.org for the list. Q. I‟ve heard that mail-in ballots are only counted if there are close races. Is that true? A. No. All ballots, both polling place and mail-in, are counted in the same manner. All valid mail-in ballots are counted in every election in Colorado, regardless of the outcome or closeness of any race. Q. Are ADA accessible voting machines available? A. ADA accessible voting machines are available during Early Voting and on Election Day. For more information, please contact the Adams County Elections Office at 720-523-6500.

SERVICE CENTERS AND DROP-OFF LOCATIONS
SERVICE CENTER SITES: Beginning Thursday, October 18, 2012 Service Centers are open from 7am - 5pm,
Monday – Friday; 9am – 3pm on Saturday, October 27 ; and, on Election Day from 7am – 7pm. Replace spoiled, defaced, or lost ballots, not to exceed three ballots Drop-off voted mail-in ballots Emergency register Adams County Economic Development Adams County Government Center (Central Entrance) Aurora Motor Vehicle Bennett Town Hall Commerce City Motor Vehicle Westminster Motor Vehicle 12200 N Pecos St 4430 S Adams County Parkway 3449 N Chambers Road, Suite A 355 Fourth Street nd 4201 E 72 Avenue 8452 N Federal Blvd Westminster Brighton Aurora Bennett Commerce City Westminster 80234 80601 80011 80102 80022 80031
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DROP-OFF SITES: In addition to the Service Centers and Early Voting sites, voters may drop off a VOTED mail-in ballot in the signed Official Return Envelope at any of the following Adams County designated dropoff sites listed below beginning October 18, 2012. Designated drop-off sites will be open 7am - 7pm Election Day, November 6th (except Thornton Justice Center and Westminster Public Safety Building).
Aurora City Clerk Bennett Town Hall Brighton City Clerk Commerce City City Clerk Federal Heights City Clerk Northglenn City Clerk Thornton City Clerk (Thornton Justice Center) Westminster City Clerk (Westminster Public Safety) 15151 E Alameda Parkway 355 Fourth Street 500 S 4 Avenue 7887 E 60 Avenue 2380 W 90 Avenue 11701 Community Center Dr 9500 Civic Center Drive 9551 Civic Center Drive 4800 W 92
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