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1

Optech 3PE4c REGISTER OF DEEDS
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PARTISAN SECTION
STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET
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STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 5TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Don Birgel
Republican Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Ed Rachwitz

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

TOWNSHIP
Vote for not more than 1

SUPERVISOR

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger CLERK

Jeff Roehrs
Democratic

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

Vote for not more than 1

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

Madalyn J. Hubble
Democratic

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

LuAnn Domako
Republican
Score

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

Vote for not more than 2

TRUSTEE

Joseph R. Sprague Jon C. Sherwood
Democratic Republican

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL
JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Doug Dern Connie Marie Kelley
Justice of Supreme Court

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Stephen Markman

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Democratic

Bridget Mary McCormack Kerry L. Morgan Colleen O'Brien Bob Roddis
Score

Robert Gail

LEGISLATIVE
Score 1

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1

Aaron Miller
Republican

Mindy Barry
Vote for not more than 1

SHERIFF

Shelia Johnson
Republican Justice of Supreme Court

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic

Brian Zahra

COUNTY
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CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

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JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
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6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGIONAL ENHANCEMENT MILLAGE PROPOSAL Pursuant to state law, the revenue raised by the proposed millage will be collected by the intermediate school district and distributed to local public school districts based on pupil membership count to be used for purposes authorized by law, including enhancing and offsetting the cost of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, maintenance repair and improvement of school facilities, transportation vehicles, technology and equipment. Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property in Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District, Michigan, be increased by 1.5 mills ($1.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of 5 years, 2012 to 2016, inclusive, to provide operating funds to enhance other state and local funding for local school district operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the intermediate school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2012 is approximately $2,825,650?

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

Score

JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

YES NO

Ghazey H. Aleck II
Judge of Circuit Court

Roy G. Mienk

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Tara Hovey Marcy Klaus

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
TRUSTEE BEAVERTON RURAL SCHOOL
Vote for not more than 2
Score 2

PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

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PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

Score 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

YES NO COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.
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YES NO

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2

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PARTISAN SECTION
STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET
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STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 3RD DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Terry Whittington
Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Vote for not more than 1 Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

TOWNSHIP
Vote for not more than 1

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

SUPERVISOR

Bradley E. Neumeyer II
Democratic

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger
Vote for not more than 1

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

CLERK

Jennifer L. Buczek
Democratic

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

TREASURER

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

Sharon Roy-Krahner
Democratic

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 2

TRUSTEE

Score

Thomas J. Raushi
Democratic Democratic

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

Thomas J. Shepard

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL
JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2

Connie Marie Kelley GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2 Justice of Supreme Court

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Stephen Markman

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Bridget Mary McCormack Kerry L. Morgan Colleen O'Brien Bob Roddis Doug Dern

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Democratic

Robert Gail

LEGISLATIVE
Score 1

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Score

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1

Aaron Miller
Republican

Shelia Johnson
Justice of Supreme Court

Brian Zahra

Vote for not more than 1

SHERIFF

Mindy Barry
Republican

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic

COUNTY
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CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

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JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
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6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?
Score

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1 Judge of Circuit Court

Roy G. Mienk

Ghazey H. Aleck II

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Marcy Klaus Tara Hovey

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
MEMBER PINCONNING AREA SCHOOLS BOARD
Vote for not more than 3
Score 2

PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

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PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

Score 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

YES NO COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.
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YES NO

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3

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STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 3RD DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Terry Whittington
Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Vote for not more than 1 Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

TOWNSHIP
Vote for not more than 1

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

SUPERVISOR

Larry Grell
Democratic

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger
Vote for not more than 1

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

CLERK

Daniel Zunich
Democratic

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

TREASURER

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

Larry Nelson
Democratic

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 2

TRUSTEE

Score

Carl Malott
Democratic Democratic

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

Brian W. Johnson

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

Vote for not more than 1

CONSTABLE

Richard Schroeder
Democratic

NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL
GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2 Justice of Supreme Court

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Stephen Markman

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bridget Mary McCormack Kerry L. Morgan Colleen O'Brien Bob Roddis Doug Dern Connie Marie Kelley
Score

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Democratic

Robert Gail

LEGISLATIVE
Score 1

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

Aaron Miller
Republican

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 1

SHERIFF

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic Republican

Justice of Supreme Court

Brian Zahra

Mindy Barry Shelia Johnson

COUNTY
Vote for not more than 1

CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

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JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
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6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGIONAL ENHANCEMENT MILLAGE PROPOSAL Pursuant to state law, the revenue raised by the proposed millage will be collected by the intermediate school district and distributed to local public school districts based on pupil membership count to be used for purposes authorized by law, including enhancing and offsetting the cost of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, maintenance repair and improvement of school facilities, transportation vehicles, technology and equipment. Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property in Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District, Michigan, be increased by 1.5 mills ($1.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of 5 years, 2012 to 2016, inclusive, to provide operating funds to enhance other state and local funding for local school district operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the intermediate school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2012 is approximately $2,825,650?

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

Score

JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

YES NO

Ghazey H. Aleck II
Judge of Circuit Court

Roy G. Mienk

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Tara Hovey Marcy Klaus

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
TRUSTEE BEAVERTON RURAL SCHOOL
Vote for not more than 2
Score 2

PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

Lori Ware Adam J. Zdrojewski JrsNme
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PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

Score 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

YES NO COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.
Score

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YES NO

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STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 3RD DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Terry Whittington
Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Vote for not more than 1 Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

TOWNSHIP
Vote for not more than 1

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

SUPERVISOR

Anthony Marshall
Republican

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger
Vote for not more than 1

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

CLERK

Kim Marshall
Democratic

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

TREASURER

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

Diane Carlu
Democratic

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TRUSTEE

Score

Jack DeRosa
Democratic Democratic

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

Connie Bruce

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL
JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

Bridget Mary McCormack Kerry L. Morgan

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Colleen O'Brien Bob Roddis Doug Dern Connie Marie Kelley
Justice of Supreme Court

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Democratic

Robert Gail

Stephen Markman

LEGISLATIVE
Score 1

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1

Score

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

Mindy Barry Aaron Miller
Republican

Shelia Johnson
Justice of Supreme Court

Brian Zahra

Vote for not more than 1

SHERIFF

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic Republican

COUNTY
Vote for not more than 1

CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

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JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 2

6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

Peter D. O'Connell

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?
Score

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1 Judge of Circuit Court

Roy G. Mienk

Ghazey H. Aleck II

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Marcy Klaus Tara Hovey

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
MEMBER STANDISH STERLING SCHOOL
Vote for not more than 1
Score 2

PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

Allen Schmidt Patricia Kipfmiller JrsNme
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PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

YES NO
Score 1

PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

YES NO COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.
Score

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YES NO

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STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 3RD DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Terry Whittington
Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Vote for not more than 1 Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

TOWNSHIP
Vote for not more than 1

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

SUPERVISOR

Anthony Marshall
Republican

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger
Vote for not more than 1

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

CLERK

Kim Marshall
Democratic

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

TREASURER

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

Diane Carlu
Democratic

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TRUSTEE

Score

Jack DeRosa
Democratic Democratic

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

Connie Bruce

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL
JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

Bridget Mary McCormack Kerry L. Morgan

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Colleen O'Brien Bob Roddis Doug Dern Connie Marie Kelley
Justice of Supreme Court

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Democratic

Robert Gail

Stephen Markman

LEGISLATIVE
Score 1

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1

Score

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

Mindy Barry Aaron Miller
Republican

Shelia Johnson
Justice of Supreme Court

Brian Zahra

Vote for not more than 1

SHERIFF

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic Republican

COUNTY
Vote for not more than 1

CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

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JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
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6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?
Score

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1 Judge of Circuit Court

Roy G. Mienk

Ghazey H. Aleck II

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Marcy Klaus Tara Hovey

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
MEMBER W. BRANCH-ROSE CITY SCHOOL
Vote for not more than 2
Score 2

PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

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PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

Score 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

YES NO COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.
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YES NO

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STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET
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STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Josh Reid
Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Vote for not more than 1 Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

TOWNSHIP
Vote for not more than 1

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

SUPERVISOR

Kevin VanTiem
Democratic

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger
Vote for not more than 1

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

CLERK

Shawna L. Wolfe
Democratic

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

TREASURER

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

Elizabeth J. Looker
Democratic

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 2

TRUSTEE

Score

Wendy Ouimet
Democratic Republican

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

James L. McDonald

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

Vote for not more than 1

CONSTABLE

Roger G. Geno
Democratic Republican

Patricia Kotowski

NONPARTISAN SECTION
GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

JUDICIAL
JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Kerry L. Morgan Colleen O'Brien Bob Roddis Doug Dern Connie Marie Kelley
Justice of Supreme Court

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Democratic

Robert Gail

LEGISLATIVE
Score 1

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Stephen Markman

Score

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

Bridget Mary McCormack

Aaron Miller
Republican

Vote for not more than 1

SHERIFF

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic Republican

Shelia Johnson
Justice of Supreme Court

Brian Zahra

COUNTY
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Mindy Barry

CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

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JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
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6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGIONAL ENHANCEMENT MILLAGE PROPOSAL Pursuant to state law, the revenue raised by the proposed millage will be collected by the intermediate school district and distributed to local public school districts based on pupil membership count to be used for purposes authorized by law, including enhancing and offsetting the cost of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, maintenance repair and improvement of school facilities, transportation vehicles, technology and equipment. Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property in Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District, Michigan, be increased by 1.5 mills ($1.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of 5 years, 2012 to 2016, inclusive, to provide operating funds to enhance other state and local funding for local school district operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the intermediate school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2012 is approximately $2,825,650?

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

Score

JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

YES NO

Ghazey H. Aleck II
Judge of Circuit Court

Roy G. Mienk

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Tara Hovey Marcy Klaus

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
TRUSTEE BEAVERTON RURAL SCHOOL
Vote for not more than 2
Score 2

PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

Lori Ware Adam J. Zdrojewski JrsNme
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PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

Score 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

YES NO COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.
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Optech 3PE4c REGISTER OF DEEDS
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PARTISAN SECTION
STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET
Vote for not more than 1

STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Josh Reid
Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Vote for not more than 1 Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

TOWNSHIP
Vote for not more than 1

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

SUPERVISOR

Kevin VanTiem
Democratic

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger
Vote for not more than 1

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

CLERK

Shawna L. Wolfe
Democratic

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

TREASURER

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

Elizabeth J. Looker
Democratic

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 2

TRUSTEE

Score

Wendy Ouimet
Democratic Republican

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

James L. McDonald

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

Vote for not more than 1

CONSTABLE

Roger G. Geno
Democratic Republican

Patricia Kotowski

NONPARTISAN SECTION
GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

JUDICIAL
JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Kerry L. Morgan Colleen O'Brien Bob Roddis Doug Dern Connie Marie Kelley
Justice of Supreme Court

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Democratic

Robert Gail

LEGISLATIVE
Score 1

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Stephen Markman

Score

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

Bridget Mary McCormack

Aaron Miller
Republican

Vote for not more than 1

SHERIFF

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic Republican

Shelia Johnson
Justice of Supreme Court

Brian Zahra

COUNTY
Vote for not more than 1

Mindy Barry

CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

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JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
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6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGIONAL ENHANCEMENT MILLAGE PROPOSAL Pursuant to state law, the revenue raised by the proposed millage will be collected by the intermediate school district and distributed to local public school districts based on pupil membership count to be used for purposes authorized by law, including enhancing and offsetting the cost of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, maintenance repair and improvement of school facilities, transportation vehicles, technology and equipment. Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property in Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District, Michigan, be increased by 1.5 mills ($1.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of 5 years, 2012 to 2016, inclusive, to provide operating funds to enhance other state and local funding for local school district operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the intermediate school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2012 is approximately $2,825,650?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

Score

JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Ghazey H. Aleck II
Judge of Circuit Court

Roy G. Mienk

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Tara Hovey Marcy Klaus

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?

LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
4 Year Term
Vote for not more than 2
Score 2

YES NO

Linda S. Winarski Eric Dion JrsNme TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Partial Term Ending 12/31/2013
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Partial Term Ending 12/31/2015
Vote for not more than 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

Trevor Gravelle

PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

Score 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

Score

YES NO

YES NO

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PARTISAN SECTION
STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET
Vote for not more than 1

STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1ST DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Dennis Carl
Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

TOWNSHIP
Vote for not more than 1

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

SUPERVISOR

Shirley A. Kyle
Republican

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger
Vote for not more than 1

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

CLERK

Don Joyce
Republican Democratic

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

Richard A. Bloom

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Susie W. Ruppert
Democratic
Score

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

Vote for not more than 2

TRUSTEE

Tammy Lane
Democratic Republican Republican

Richard O. Johnson Horace Miller

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL
GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Colleen O'Brien Bob Roddis Doug Dern Connie Marie Kelley
Justice of Supreme Court

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Democratic

Robert Gail

Stephen Markman

LEGISLATIVE
Score 1

Bridget Mary McCormack Kerry L. Morgan
Score

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

Aaron Miller
Republican

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 1

SHERIFF

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic Republican

Justice of Supreme Court

Brian Zahra

Mindy Barry Shelia Johnson

COUNTY
Vote for not more than 1

CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

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JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
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6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.

YES NO TOWNSHIP
Millage to Offset Headlee Rollbacks Shall the expired previous voted increases in the tax limitations imposed under Article IX, Sec. 6 of the Michigan Constitution in Butman Township of 1.000 mill ($1.00 per $1000 of taxable value) reduced to .6943 mills (0.6943 cents per mill of taxable value) by the required millage rollbacks, be renewed at and increased up to the original voted 1.000 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value) and levied for 10 years, 2012 through 2021 inclusive for General Operating purposes, raising an estimated $129,000 dollars in the first year the millage is levied?
Score

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PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1 Judge of Circuit Court

Roy G. Mienk

Ghazey H. Aleck II

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGIONAL ENHANCEMENT MILLAGE PROPOSAL Pursuant to state law, the revenue raised by the proposed millage will be collected by the intermediate school district and distributed to local public school districts based on pupil membership count to be used for purposes authorized by law, including enhancing and offsetting the cost of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, maintenance repair and improvement of school facilities, transportation vehicles, technology and equipment. Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property in Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District, Michigan, be increased by 1.5 mills ($1.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of 5 years, 2012 to 2016, inclusive, to provide operating funds to enhance other state and local funding for local school district operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the intermediate school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2012 is approximately $2,825,650?

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Marcy Klaus Tara Hovey

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?

LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
4 Year Term
Vote for not more than 2
Score 2

Linda S. Winarski Eric Dion JrsNme TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Partial Term Ending 12/31/2013
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YES NO

Brad Withrow TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Partial Term Ending 12/31/2015
Vote for not more than 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

Trevor Gravelle

PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

Score 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

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STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1ST DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Dennis Carl
Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Vote for not more than 1 Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

TOWNSHIP
Vote for not more than 1

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

SUPERVISOR

Karon Hoffman
Democratic

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger
Vote for not more than 1

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

CLERK

Michael Fil
Democratic

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

TREASURER

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

Deborah Fisch
Democratic

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 2

TRUSTEE

Score

Sharon Prosser
Democratic Democratic

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

Jacklyn Anderson

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

Vote for not more than 2

CONSTABLE

William O. Briggs Melvin Griffith
Democratic Democratic

NONPARTISAN SECTION
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

JUDICIAL
JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bob Roddis Doug Dern Connie Marie Kelley
Justice of Supreme Court

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Democratic

Robert Gail

Stephen Markman

LEGISLATIVE
Score 1

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Bridget Mary McCormack
Score

Kerry L. Morgan

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

Colleen O'Brien

Aaron Miller
Republican

Vote for not more than 1

SHERIFF

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1 Republican

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic

Mindy Barry Shelia Johnson

COUNTY
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CLERK

Justice of Supreme Court Democratic

Brian Zahra

Laura Brandon-Maveal

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JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
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6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?
Score

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Ghazey H. Aleck II
Judge of Circuit Court

Roy G. Mienk

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Tara Hovey Marcy Klaus

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
MEMBER W. BRANCH-ROSE CITY SCHOOL
Vote for not more than 2
Score 2

PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

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PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

Score 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

YES NO COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.
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YES NO

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STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1ST DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Dennis Carl
Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Vote for not more than 1 Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

TOWNSHIP
Vote for not more than 1

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

SUPERVISOR

Robert K. Weaver
Republican

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger
Vote for not more than 1

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

CLERK

Onalee G. Greer
Republican

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

TREASURER

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

Jodie Klamer
Republican

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 2

TRUSTEE

Score

Donald E. Hale Rollin B. Greer Kristie Simrau
Republican Republican Democratic

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL
JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Doug Dern Connie Marie Kelley
Justice of Supreme Court

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Stephen Markman

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Democratic

Bridget Mary McCormack Kerry L. Morgan Colleen O'Brien Bob Roddis
Score

Robert Gail

LEGISLATIVE
Score 1

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1

Aaron Miller
Republican

Shelia Johnson
Vote for not more than 1

SHERIFF

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic Republican

Justice of Supreme Court

Brian Zahra

Mindy Barry

COUNTY
Vote for not more than 1

CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

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JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
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6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGIONAL ENHANCEMENT MILLAGE PROPOSAL Pursuant to state law, the revenue raised by the proposed millage will be collected by the intermediate school district and distributed to local public school districts based on pupil membership count to be used for purposes authorized by law, including enhancing and offsetting the cost of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, maintenance repair and improvement of school facilities, transportation vehicles, technology and equipment. Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property in Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District, Michigan, be increased by 1.5 mills ($1.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of 5 years, 2012 to 2016, inclusive, to provide operating funds to enhance other state and local funding for local school district operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the intermediate school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2012 is approximately $2,825,650?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

Score

JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1 Judge of Circuit Court

Roy G. Mienk

Ghazey H. Aleck II

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Marcy Klaus Tara Hovey

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?

LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
4 Year Term
Vote for not more than 2
Score 2

YES NO

Linda S. Winarski Eric Dion JrsNme TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Partial Term Ending 12/31/2013
Vote for not more than 1
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Partial Term Ending 12/31/2015
Vote for not more than 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

Trevor Gravelle

PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

Score 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

Score

YES NO

YES NO

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STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 3RD DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Terry Whittington
Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Vote for not more than 1 Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

TOWNSHIP
Vote for not more than 1

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

SUPERVISOR

Keith L. Cousineau
Republican

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger
Vote for not more than 1

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

CLERK

Darlene Showalter
Democratic

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

TREASURER

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

Linda Lyons
Democratic

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 2

TRUSTEE

Score

Robert M. Allaben Basil Lyons
Democratic Republican

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL
JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2

Connie Marie Kelley GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2 Justice of Supreme Court

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Stephen Markman

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Bridget Mary McCormack Kerry L. Morgan Colleen O'Brien Bob Roddis Doug Dern

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Democratic

Robert Gail

LEGISLATIVE
Score 1

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Score

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1

Aaron Miller
Republican

Justice of Supreme Court

Brian Zahra

Mindy Barry
Vote for not more than 1

SHERIFF

Shelia Johnson
Republican

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic

COUNTY
Vote for not more than 1

CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

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NONPARTISAN SECTION CONTINUED JUDICIAL
JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 2

6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGIONAL ENHANCEMENT MILLAGE PROPOSAL Pursuant to state law, the revenue raised by the proposed millage will be collected by the intermediate school district and distributed to local public school districts based on pupil membership count to be used for purposes authorized by law, including enhancing and offsetting the cost of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, maintenance repair and improvement of school facilities, transportation vehicles, technology and equipment. Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property in Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District, Michigan, be increased by 1.5 mills ($1.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of 5 years, 2012 to 2016, inclusive, to provide operating funds to enhance other state and local funding for local school district operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the intermediate school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2012 is approximately $2,825,650?

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

Score

JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

YES NO

Ghazey H. Aleck II
Judge of Circuit Court

Roy G. Mienk

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Tara Hovey Marcy Klaus

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
TRUSTEE BEAVERTON RURAL SCHOOL
Vote for not more than 2
Score 2

PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

Lori Ware Adam J. Zdrojewski JrsNme
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PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

Score 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

YES NO COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.
Score

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YES NO

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STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 3RD DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Terry Whittington
Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Vote for not more than 1 Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

TOWNSHIP
Vote for not more than 1

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

SUPERVISOR

Keith L. Cousineau
Republican

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger
Vote for not more than 1

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

CLERK

Darlene Showalter
Democratic

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

TREASURER

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

Linda Lyons
Democratic

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 2

TRUSTEE

Score

Robert M. Allaben Basil Lyons
Democratic Republican

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL
JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2

Connie Marie Kelley GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2 Justice of Supreme Court

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Stephen Markman

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Bridget Mary McCormack Kerry L. Morgan Colleen O'Brien Bob Roddis Doug Dern

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Democratic

Robert Gail

LEGISLATIVE
Score 1

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Score

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1

Aaron Miller
Republican

Justice of Supreme Court

Brian Zahra

Mindy Barry
Vote for not more than 1

SHERIFF

Shelia Johnson
Republican

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic

COUNTY
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CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

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JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
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6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?
Score

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Ghazey H. Aleck II
Judge of Circuit Court

Roy G. Mienk

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Tara Hovey Marcy Klaus

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
MEMBER PINCONNING AREA SCHOOLS BOARD
Vote for not more than 3
Score 2

PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

Mark Coutcher JrsNme
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PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

Score 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

YES NO COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.
Score

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YES NO

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10

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STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 5TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Don Birgel
Republican Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Ed Rachwitz

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

TOWNSHIP
Vote for not more than 1

SUPERVISOR

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger CLERK

William Shearer
Republican

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

Vote for not more than 1

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

Linda Birgel
Republican

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Darlene L. Conner
Republican
Score

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

Vote for not more than 2

TRUSTEE

Jennette Govitz
Democratic Republican

Katrina A. Shearer

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL
JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Justice of Supreme Court

Stephen Markman

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Bridget Mary McCormack Kerry L. Morgan Colleen O'Brien Bob Roddis Doug Dern Connie Marie Kelley
Score

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Democratic

Robert Gail

LEGISLATIVE
Score 1

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1

Aaron Miller
Republican

Mindy Barry
Vote for not more than 1

SHERIFF

Shelia Johnson
Republican Justice of Supreme Court

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic

Brian Zahra

COUNTY
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CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

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JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
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6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGIONAL ENHANCEMENT MILLAGE PROPOSAL Pursuant to state law, the revenue raised by the proposed millage will be collected by the intermediate school district and distributed to local public school districts based on pupil membership count to be used for purposes authorized by law, including enhancing and offsetting the cost of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, maintenance repair and improvement of school facilities, transportation vehicles, technology and equipment. Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property in Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District, Michigan, be increased by 1.5 mills ($1.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of 5 years, 2012 to 2016, inclusive, to provide operating funds to enhance other state and local funding for local school district operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the intermediate school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2012 is approximately $2,825,650?

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

Score

JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1 Judge of Circuit Court

YES NO

Roy G. Mienk

Ghazey H. Aleck II

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Marcy Klaus Tara Hovey

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
TRUSTEE BEAVERTON RURAL SCHOOL
Vote for not more than 2
Score 2

PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

Lori Ware Adam J. Zdrojewski JrsNme
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PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

Score 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

YES NO COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.
Score

YES NO

YES NO

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Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 5TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Don Birgel
Republican Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Ed Rachwitz

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

TOWNSHIP
Vote for not more than 1

SUPERVISOR

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger CLERK

William Shearer
Republican

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

Vote for not more than 1

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

Linda Birgel
Republican

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Darlene L. Conner
Republican
Score

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

Vote for not more than 2

TRUSTEE

Jennette Govitz
Democratic Republican

Katrina A. Shearer

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL
JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Justice of Supreme Court

Stephen Markman

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Bridget Mary McCormack Kerry L. Morgan Colleen O'Brien Bob Roddis Doug Dern Connie Marie Kelley
Score

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Democratic

Robert Gail

LEGISLATIVE
Score 1

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1

Aaron Miller
Republican

Mindy Barry
Vote for not more than 1

SHERIFF

Shelia Johnson
Republican Justice of Supreme Court

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic

Brian Zahra

COUNTY
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CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

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6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGIONAL ENHANCEMENT MILLAGE PROPOSAL Pursuant to state law, the revenue raised by the proposed millage will be collected by the intermediate school district and distributed to local public school districts based on pupil membership count to be used for purposes authorized by law, including enhancing and offsetting the cost of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, maintenance repair and improvement of school facilities, transportation vehicles, technology and equipment. Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property in Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District, Michigan, be increased by 1.5 mills ($1.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of 5 years, 2012 to 2016, inclusive, to provide operating funds to enhance other state and local funding for local school district operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the intermediate school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2012 is approximately $2,825,650?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

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JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1 Judge of Circuit Court

Roy G. Mienk

Ghazey H. Aleck II

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Marcy Klaus Tara Hovey

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?

LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
4 Year Term
Vote for not more than 2
Score 2

YES NO

Linda S. Winarski Eric Dion JrsNme TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Partial Term Ending 12/31/2013
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Brad Withrow TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Partial Term Ending 12/31/2015
Vote for not more than 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

Trevor Gravelle

PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

Score 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

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YES NO

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PARTISAN SECTION
STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET
Vote for not more than 1

STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Josh Reid
Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Vote for not more than 1 Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

TOWNSHIP
Vote for not more than 1

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

SUPERVISOR

Justin Eastman
Democratic

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger
Vote for not more than 1

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

CLERK

Janice C. Bennett
Democratic

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

TREASURER

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

June Adair Detzler
Democratic

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 2

TRUSTEE

Score

Steve Monaghan Sarah Royce
Democratic Democratic

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

Vote for not more than 1

CONSTABLE

Ralph A. Vanderbush
Democratic

NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL
GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Bridget Mary McCormack Kerry L. Morgan Colleen O'Brien Bob Roddis Doug Dern Connie Marie Kelley
Justice of Supreme Court

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Democratic

Robert Gail

LEGISLATIVE
Score 1

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Stephen Markman

Score

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

Aaron Miller
Republican

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 1

SHERIFF

Shelia Johnson
Republican Justice of Supreme Court

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic

Brian Zahra

Mindy Barry

COUNTY
Vote for not more than 1

CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

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JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
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6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGIONAL ENHANCEMENT MILLAGE PROPOSAL Pursuant to state law, the revenue raised by the proposed millage will be collected by the intermediate school district and distributed to local public school districts based on pupil membership count to be used for purposes authorized by law, including enhancing and offsetting the cost of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, maintenance repair and improvement of school facilities, transportation vehicles, technology and equipment. Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property in Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District, Michigan, be increased by 1.5 mills ($1.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of 5 years, 2012 to 2016, inclusive, to provide operating funds to enhance other state and local funding for local school district operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the intermediate school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2012 is approximately $2,825,650?

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

Score

JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

YES NO

Ghazey H. Aleck II
Judge of Circuit Court

Roy G. Mienk

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Tara Hovey Marcy Klaus

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
TRUSTEE BEAVERTON RURAL SCHOOL
Vote for not more than 2
Score 2

PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

Lori Ware Adam J. Zdrojewski JrsNme
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PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

Score 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

YES NO COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.
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YES NO

YES NO

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STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET
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STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Josh Reid
Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Vote for not more than 1 Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

TOWNSHIP
Vote for not more than 1

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

SUPERVISOR

Justin Eastman
Democratic

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger
Vote for not more than 1

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

CLERK

Janice C. Bennett
Democratic

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

TREASURER

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

June Adair Detzler
Democratic

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 2

TRUSTEE

Score

Steve Monaghan Sarah Royce
Democratic Democratic

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

Vote for not more than 1

CONSTABLE

Ralph A. Vanderbush
Democratic

NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL
GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Bridget Mary McCormack Kerry L. Morgan Colleen O'Brien Bob Roddis Doug Dern Connie Marie Kelley
Justice of Supreme Court

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Democratic

Robert Gail

LEGISLATIVE
Score 1

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Stephen Markman

Score

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

Aaron Miller
Republican

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 1

SHERIFF

Shelia Johnson
Republican Justice of Supreme Court

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic

Brian Zahra

Mindy Barry

COUNTY
Vote for not more than 1

CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

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6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGIONAL ENHANCEMENT MILLAGE PROPOSAL Pursuant to state law, the revenue raised by the proposed millage will be collected by the intermediate school district and distributed to local public school districts based on pupil membership count to be used for purposes authorized by law, including enhancing and offsetting the cost of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, maintenance repair and improvement of school facilities, transportation vehicles, technology and equipment. Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property in Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District, Michigan, be increased by 1.5 mills ($1.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of 5 years, 2012 to 2016, inclusive, to provide operating funds to enhance other state and local funding for local school district operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the intermediate school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2012 is approximately $2,825,650?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

Score

JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Ghazey H. Aleck II
Judge of Circuit Court

Roy G. Mienk

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Tara Hovey Marcy Klaus

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?

LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
4 Year Term
Vote for not more than 2
Score 2

YES NO

Linda S. Winarski Eric Dion JrsNme TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Partial Term Ending 12/31/2013
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Brad Withrow TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Partial Term Ending 12/31/2015
Vote for not more than 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

Trevor Gravelle

PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

Score 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

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Optech 3PE4c REGISTER OF DEEDS
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PARTISAN SECTION
STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET
Vote for not more than 1

STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 2ND DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Bill Rhode
Republican Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Terry L. Walters

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

TOWNSHIP
Vote for not more than 1

SUPERVISOR

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger CLERK

Renee Zelt
Republican

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

Vote for not more than 1

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

Laura Flach
Republican

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Janet Lee Smith
Republican
Score

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

Vote for not more than 2

TRUSTEE

Dennis Vannest
Republican Republican

Kent A. Crawford

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL
JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Kerry L. Morgan Colleen O'Brien Bob Roddis Doug Dern Connie Marie Kelley
Justice of Supreme Court

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Democratic

Robert Gail

Stephen Markman

LEGISLATIVE
Score 1

Bridget Mary McCormack
Score

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1

Aaron Miller
Republican

Justice of Supreme Court Vote for not more than 1

Brian Zahra

SHERIFF

Mindy Barry
Republican

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic

Shelia Johnson

COUNTY
Vote for not more than 1

CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

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JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 2

6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGIONAL ENHANCEMENT MILLAGE PROPOSAL Pursuant to state law, the revenue raised by the proposed millage will be collected by the intermediate school district and distributed to local public school districts based on pupil membership count to be used for purposes authorized by law, including enhancing and offsetting the cost of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, maintenance repair and improvement of school facilities, transportation vehicles, technology and equipment. Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property in Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District, Michigan, be increased by 1.5 mills ($1.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of 5 years, 2012 to 2016, inclusive, to provide operating funds to enhance other state and local funding for local school district operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the intermediate school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2012 is approximately $2,825,650?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

Score

JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1 Judge of Circuit Court

Roy G. Mienk

Ghazey H. Aleck II

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Marcy Klaus Tara Hovey

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?

LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
4 Year Term
Vote for not more than 2
Score 2

YES NO

Linda S. Winarski Eric Dion JrsNme TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Partial Term Ending 12/31/2013
Vote for not more than 1
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Brad Withrow TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Partial Term Ending 12/31/2015
Vote for not more than 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

Trevor Gravelle

PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

Score 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

Score

YES NO

YES NO

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PARTISAN SECTION
STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET
Vote for not more than 1

STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 3RD DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Terry Whittington
Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Vote for not more than 1 Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

TOWNSHIP
Vote for not more than 1

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

SUPERVISOR

Colin G. Combs
Democratic

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger
Vote for not more than 1

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

CLERK

Kathy Wilton
Democratic

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

TREASURER

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

Jim Cooper
Democratic

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 2

TRUSTEE

Score

Daniel Barren
Democratic Republican

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

Gary VanWambeke
No Party Affiliation

Jim Carroll

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II
Vote for not more than 2

CONSTABLE

Maxine Larson LouAnn Hurry
Republican Democratic

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL
JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Democratic

Colleen O'Brien Bob Roddis Doug Dern Connie Marie Kelley
Justice of Supreme Court

Robert Gail

LEGISLATIVE
Score 1

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Stephen Markman

Score

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

Bridget Mary McCormack Kerry L. Morgan

Aaron Miller
Republican

Vote for not more than 1

SHERIFF

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic Republican

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1

Mindy Barry

COUNTY
Vote for not more than 1

Shelia Johnson
Justice of Supreme Court

CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

Brian Zahra

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JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
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6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGIONAL ENHANCEMENT MILLAGE PROPOSAL Pursuant to state law, the revenue raised by the proposed millage will be collected by the intermediate school district and distributed to local public school districts based on pupil membership count to be used for purposes authorized by law, including enhancing and offsetting the cost of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, maintenance repair and improvement of school facilities, transportation vehicles, technology and equipment. Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property in Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District, Michigan, be increased by 1.5 mills ($1.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of 5 years, 2012 to 2016, inclusive, to provide operating funds to enhance other state and local funding for local school district operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the intermediate school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2012 is approximately $2,825,650?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

Score

JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Ghazey H. Aleck II
Judge of Circuit Court

Roy G. Mienk

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Tara Hovey Marcy Klaus

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?

LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
4 Year Term
Vote for not more than 2
Score 2

YES NO

Linda S. Winarski Eric Dion JrsNme TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Partial Term Ending 12/31/2013
Vote for not more than 1
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Partial Term Ending 12/31/2015
Vote for not more than 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

Trevor Gravelle

PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

Score 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

Score

YES NO

YES NO

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Vote for not more than 1

STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1ST DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Dennis Carl
Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Green Vote for not more than 1 U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

TOWNSHIP
Vote for not more than 1

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

SUPERVISOR

Jack L. Woods Walter Hart David Spencer
No Party Affiliation Democratic Republican

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

CLERK

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

Corey A. Cuddie
Republican

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Jean Jurgensen
Republican

Score

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

Vote for not more than 2

TRUSTEE

John Jurgensen
Republican

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Ronald Grabowski Jon Freier
Republican Democratic

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL
GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Bob Roddis Doug Dern Connie Marie Kelley
Justice of Supreme Court

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Democratic

Robert Gail

Stephen Markman

Bridget Mary McCormack Kerry L. Morgan Colleen O'Brien
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Score 1

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

Aaron Miller
Republican

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 1

SHERIFF

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic Republican

Shelia Johnson
Justice of Supreme Court

Brian Zahra

Mindy Barry

COUNTY
Vote for not more than 1

CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

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JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
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6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGIONAL ENHANCEMENT MILLAGE PROPOSAL Pursuant to state law, the revenue raised by the proposed millage will be collected by the intermediate school district and distributed to local public school districts based on pupil membership count to be used for purposes authorized by law, including enhancing and offsetting the cost of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, maintenance repair and improvement of school facilities, transportation vehicles, technology and equipment. Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property in Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District, Michigan, be increased by 1.5 mills ($1.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of 5 years, 2012 to 2016, inclusive, to provide operating funds to enhance other state and local funding for local school district operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the intermediate school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2012 is approximately $2,825,650?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

Score

JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1 Judge of Circuit Court

Roy G. Mienk

Ghazey H. Aleck II

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Marcy Klaus Tara Hovey

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?

LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
4 Year Term
Vote for not more than 2
Score 2

YES NO

Linda S. Winarski Eric Dion JrsNme TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Partial Term Ending 12/31/2013
Vote for not more than 1
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Brad Withrow TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Partial Term Ending 12/31/2015
Vote for not more than 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

Trevor Gravelle

PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

Score 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

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YES NO

YES NO

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Optech 3PE4c REGISTER OF DEEDS
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PARTISAN SECTION
STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET
Vote for not more than 1

STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1ST DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Dennis Carl
Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Green Vote for not more than 1 U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

TOWNSHIP
Vote for not more than 1

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

SUPERVISOR

Jack L. Woods Walter Hart David Spencer
No Party Affiliation Democratic Republican

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

CLERK

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

Corey A. Cuddie
Republican

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Jean Jurgensen
Republican

Score

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

Vote for not more than 2

TRUSTEE

John Jurgensen
Republican

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Ronald Grabowski Jon Freier
Republican Democratic

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL
GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Bob Roddis Doug Dern Connie Marie Kelley
Justice of Supreme Court

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Democratic

Robert Gail

Stephen Markman

Bridget Mary McCormack Kerry L. Morgan Colleen O'Brien
Score

LEGISLATIVE
Score 1

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

Aaron Miller
Republican

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 1

SHERIFF

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic Republican

Shelia Johnson
Justice of Supreme Court

Brian Zahra

Mindy Barry

COUNTY
Vote for not more than 1

CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

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JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 2

6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGIONAL ENHANCEMENT MILLAGE PROPOSAL Pursuant to state law, the revenue raised by the proposed millage will be collected by the intermediate school district and distributed to local public school districts based on pupil membership count to be used for purposes authorized by law, including enhancing and offsetting the cost of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, maintenance repair and improvement of school facilities, transportation vehicles, technology and equipment. Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property in Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District, Michigan, be increased by 1.5 mills ($1.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of 5 years, 2012 to 2016, inclusive, to provide operating funds to enhance other state and local funding for local school district operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the intermediate school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2012 is approximately $2,825,650?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

Score

JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1 Judge of Circuit Court

Roy G. Mienk

Ghazey H. Aleck II

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Marcy Klaus Tara Hovey

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?

YES NO

LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
MEMBER HARRISON COMMUNITY SCHOOLS
Vote for not more than 2
Score 2

George Gallo Jr. Therese R. Haley JrsNme
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PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

Score 1

YES NO

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

Score

YES NO

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STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET
Vote for not more than 1

STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Josh Reid
Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

TOWNSHIP
Vote for not more than 1

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

SUPERVISOR

William H. Clark Thomas Small
No Party Affiliation Democratic

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

TOWNSHIP CLERK
Vote for not more than 1

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

Roshelle M. Brubaker
Democratic

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

TOWNSHIP TREASURER
Vote for not more than 1

Judy Wyse
Democratic
Score

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE
Vote for not more than 2

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

John Sydenstricker Craig Bergman John Blades
Democratic Republican Republican

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL
GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Doug Dern Connie Marie Kelley
Justice of Supreme Court

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Democratic

Stephen Markman

Robert Gail

Bridget Mary McCormack Kerry L. Morgan Colleen O'Brien Bob Roddis
Score

LEGISLATIVE
Score 1

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

Aaron Miller
Republican

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 1

SHERIFF

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic Republican

Justice of Supreme Court

Brian Zahra

Mindy Barry Shelia Johnson

COUNTY
Vote for not more than 1

CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

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JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 2

6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGIONAL ENHANCEMENT MILLAGE PROPOSAL Pursuant to state law, the revenue raised by the proposed millage will be collected by the intermediate school district and distributed to local public school districts based on pupil membership count to be used for purposes authorized by law, including enhancing and offsetting the cost of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, maintenance repair and improvement of school facilities, transportation vehicles, technology and equipment. Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property in Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District, Michigan, be increased by 1.5 mills ($1.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of 5 years, 2012 to 2016, inclusive, to provide operating funds to enhance other state and local funding for local school district operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the intermediate school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2012 is approximately $2,825,650?

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

Score

JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

YES NO

Ghazey H. Aleck II
Judge of Circuit Court

Roy G. Mienk

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Tara Hovey Marcy Klaus

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
TRUSTEE BEAVERTON RURAL SCHOOL
Vote for not more than 2
Score 2

PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

Lori Ware Adam J. Zdrojewski JrsNme
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PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

Score 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

YES NO COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.
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YES NO

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STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET
Vote for not more than 1

STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 2ND DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Bill Rhode
Republican Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Terry L. Walters

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL
JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

Connie Marie Kelley
Justice of Supreme Court

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

Stephen Markman

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

Bridget Mary McCormack TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Kerry L. Morgan Colleen O'Brien Bob Roddis Doug Dern
Score

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1

Mindy Barry GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Shelia Johnson
Justice of Supreme Court

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Brian Zahra

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green
Score

Democratic Democratic

U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Green

Robert Gail

LEGISLATIVE
Score 1

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

Aaron Miller
Republican

Vote for not more than 1

SHERIFF

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic Republican

COUNTY
Vote for not more than 1

CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

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JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
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6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGIONAL ENHANCEMENT MILLAGE PROPOSAL Pursuant to state law, the revenue raised by the proposed millage will be collected by the intermediate school district and distributed to local public school districts based on pupil membership count to be used for purposes authorized by law, including enhancing and offsetting the cost of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, maintenance repair and improvement of school facilities, transportation vehicles, technology and equipment. Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property in Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District, Michigan, be increased by 1.5 mills ($1.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of 5 years, 2012 to 2016, inclusive, to provide operating funds to enhance other state and local funding for local school district operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the intermediate school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2012 is approximately $2,825,650?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

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JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1 Judge of Circuit Court

Roy G. Mienk

Ghazey H. Aleck II

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Marcy Klaus Tara Hovey

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?

LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
4 Year Term
Vote for not more than 2
Score 2

YES NO

Linda S. Winarski Eric Dion JrsNme TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Partial Term Ending 12/31/2013
Vote for not more than 1
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Brad Withrow TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Partial Term Ending 12/31/2015
Vote for not more than 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

Trevor Gravelle

PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

Score 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

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YES NO

YES NO

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STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET
Vote for not more than 1

STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 2ND DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Bill Rhode
Republican Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Terry L. Walters

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL
JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2 Justice of Supreme Court

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

Stephen Markman

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

Bridget Mary McCormack Kerry L. Morgan

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Colleen O'Brien Bob Roddis Doug Dern Connie Marie Kelley
Score

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1

Shelia Johnson GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2 Justice of Supreme Court

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Brian Zahra

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Mindy Barry

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green
Score

Democratic Democratic

U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Green

Robert Gail

LEGISLATIVE
Score 1

REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Vote for not more than 1

Aaron Miller
Republican

Vote for not more than 1

SHERIFF

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic Republican

COUNTY
Vote for not more than 1

CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

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JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 2

6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
Vote for not more than 1
Score 3

PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGIONAL ENHANCEMENT MILLAGE PROPOSAL Pursuant to state law, the revenue raised by the proposed millage will be collected by the intermediate school district and distributed to local public school districts based on pupil membership count to be used for purposes authorized by law, including enhancing and offsetting the cost of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, maintenance repair and improvement of school facilities, transportation vehicles, technology and equipment. Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property in Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District, Michigan, be increased by 1.5 mills ($1.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of 5 years, 2012 to 2016, inclusive, to provide operating funds to enhance other state and local funding for local school district operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the intermediate school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2012 is approximately $2,825,650?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

Score

JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Ghazey H. Aleck II
Judge of Circuit Court

Roy G. Mienk

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
Vote for not more than 1

Tara Hovey Marcy Klaus

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?

LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
4 Year Term
Vote for not more than 2
Score 2

YES NO

Linda S. Winarski Eric Dion JrsNme TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Partial Term Ending 12/31/2013
Vote for not more than 1
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Brad Withrow TRUSTEE GLADWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Partial Term Ending 12/31/2015
Vote for not more than 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

Trevor Gravelle

PROPOSAL SECTION STATE
PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

Score 1

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

Score

YES NO

YES NO

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Optech 3PE4c REGISTER OF DEEDS
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STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET
Vote for not more than 1

STATE BOARDS
MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Vote for not more than 2

Ann Manning
Democratic

Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party
Score 3

Todd A. Courser
Republican Republican

Vote for not more than 1

TREASURER

Melanie A. Kurdys Michelle Fecteau Lupe Ramos-Montigny Andy LeCureaux Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers Party Green Party Natural Law Party REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Gail M. Graeser Candace R. Caveny Dwain Reyholds III
Green Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Christy VanTiem
Democratic

ROAD COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Doyle Donn
Democratic
Score

DRAIN COMMISSIONER
Vote for not more than 1

Robert J. Evans
No Party Affiliation

Dennis Perry

Republican

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Vote for not more than 1

Vote for not more than 2

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 5TH DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1

Dan Horning
Republican Republican

Don Birgel
Republican Democratic

Robert Steele Mark Bernstein Shauna Ryder Diggs James Lewis Hudler Gregory Scott Stempfle Gerald T. Van Sickle Eric Borregard Nikki Mattson
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Libertarian Libertarian Democratic Democratic

Ed Rachwitz

Mitt Romney Paul Ryan
Republican

NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL
JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Vote for not more than 2

Barack Obama Joe Biden
Democratic

Joe Sanger

Virgil H. Goode Jr. James N. Clymer
U.S. Taxpayers

Bridget Mary McCormack Kerry L. Morgan Colleen O'Brien

Jill Stein Cheri Honkala
Green

Ross C. Anderson Luis Rodriguez
Natural Law
Score 2

TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Vote for not more than 2

Bob Roddis Doug Dern Connie Marie Kelley
Justice of Supreme Court
Score

Melanie Foster Jeff Sakwa
Republican Republican

CONGRESSIONAL
UNITED STATES SENATOR
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Joel Ferguson Brian Mosallam Michael H. Miller Stephen J. Young Lloyd Clarke
Green U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Democratic Libertarian Democratic

Stephen Markman

Pete Hoekstra
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Debbie Stabenow Scotty Boman Richard A. Matkin Harley Mikkelson John D. Litle
Natural Law Green U.S. Taxpayers

Bill Mohr II

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
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Justice of Supreme Court

Brian Zahra

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 4TH DISTRICT
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GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
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Mindy Barry Shelia Johnson

Dave Camp
Republican Democratic Libertarian

Michael J. Busuito Satish B. Jasti
Republican Republican

Debra Freidell Wirth John Gelineau George M. Zimmer Pat Timmons
Green U.S. Taxpayers

Sandra Hughes O'Brien Kim Trent Marc J. Sosnowski Margaret Guttshall Latham Redding
Green
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Democratic Democratic

U.S. Taxpayers U.S. Taxpayers Green

Robert Gail

LEGISLATIVE
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REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 97TH DISTRICT
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Joel Johnson
Republican Democratic

Chris Breznau

COUNTY
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
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Aaron Miller
Republican

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SHERIFF

Chuck Hinman Michael Shea
Democratic Republican

COUNTY
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CLERK

Laura Brandon-Maveal
Democratic

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NONPARTISAN SECTION CONTINUED JUDICIAL
JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
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6 Year Term

Stephen Leopold Borrello
Judge of Court of Appeals Judge of Court of Appeals

Peter D. O'Connell

PROPOSAL 12-3 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY This proposal would: • Require electric utilities to provide at least 25% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources, which are wind, solar, biomass, and hydropower, by 2025. • Limit to not more than 1% per year electric utility rate increases charged to consumers only to achieve compliance with the renewable energy standard. • Allow annual extensions of the deadline to meet the 25% standard in order to prevent rate increases over the 1% limit. • Require the legislature to enact additional laws to encourage the use of Michigan made equipment and employment of Michigan residents. Should this proposal be approved?

LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
REGIONAL ENHANCEMENT MILLAGE PROPOSAL Pursuant to state law, the revenue raised by the proposed millage will be collected by the intermediate school district and distributed to local public school districts based on pupil membership count to be used for purposes authorized by law, including enhancing and offsetting the cost of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, maintenance repair and improvement of school facilities, transportation vehicles, technology and equipment. Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property in Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District, Michigan, be increased by 1.5 mills ($1.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of 5 years, 2012 to 2016, inclusive, to provide operating funds to enhance other state and local funding for local school district operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the intermediate school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2012 is approximately $2,825,650?

JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2015
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Score 3

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-4 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS This proposal would: • Allow in-home care workers to bargain collectively with the Michigan Quality Home Care Council (MQHCC). Continue the current exclusive representative of in-home care workers until modified in accordance with labor laws. • Require MQHCC to provide training for inhome care workers, create a registry of workers who pass background checks, and provide financial services to patients to manage the cost of in-home care. • Preserve patients' rights to hire in-home care workers who are not referred from the MQHCC registry who are bargaining unit members. • Authorize the MQHCC to set minimum compensation standards and terms and conditions of employment. Should this proposal be approved?

Amy Ronayne Krause
Judge of Court of Appeals

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JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 55TH CIRCUIT INCUMBENT POSITION
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YES NO

Roy G. Mienk

Ghazey H. Aleck II

JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT 17TH DISTRICT NON INCUMBENT POSITION
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Marcy Klaus Tara Hovey

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
TRUSTEE BEAVERTON RURAL SCHOOL
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PROPOSAL 12-5 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT This proposal would: Require a 2/3 majority vote of the State House and the State Senate, or a statewide vote of the people at a November election, in order for the State of Michigan to impose new or additional taxes on taxpayers or expand the base of taxation or increasing the rate of taxation. This section shall in no way be construed to limit or modify tax limitations otherwise created in this Constitution. Should this proposal be approved?

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PROPOSAL 12-1 A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW Public Act 4 of 2011 would: • Establish criteria to assess the financial condition of local government units, including school districts. • Authorize Governor to appoint an emergency manager (EM) upon state finding of a financial emergency, and allow the EM to act in place of local government officials. • Require EM to develop financial and operating plans, which may include modification or termination of contracts, reorganization of government, and determination of expenditures, services, and use of assets until the emergency is resolved. • Alternatively, authorize state-appointed review team to enter into a local government approved consent decree. Should this law be approved?

YES NO
PROPOSAL 12-6 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS This proposal would: • Require the approval of a majority of voters at a statewide election and in each municipality where "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" are to be located before the State of Michigan may expend state funds or resources for acquiring land, designing, soliciting bids for, constructing, financing, or promoting new international bridges or tunnels. • Create a definition of "new international bridges or tunnels for motor vehicles" that means, "any bridge or tunnel which is not open to the public and serving traffic as of January 1, 2012." Should this proposal be approved?

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PROPOSAL 12-2 A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING This proposal would: • Grant public and private employees the constitutional right to organize and bargain collectively through labor unions. • Invalidate existing or future state or local laws that limit the ability to join unions and bargain collectively, and to negotiate and enforce collective bargaining agreements, including employees' financial support of their labor unions. Laws may be enacted to prohibit public employees from striking. • Override state laws that regulate hours and conditions of employment to the extent that those laws conflict with collective bargaining agreements. • Define "employer" as a person or entity employing one or more employees. Should this proposal be approved?

YES NO COUNTY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES For the purpose of continuing the provision of emergency medical services in Gladwin County, for four (4) years (being 2013 to 2017 inclusive) shall the County of Gladwin levy up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), commencing with the December 2013 tax billing through the 2017 tax billing; such assessment being an increase over the 15 mill limitation provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963. This tax will renew and continue a tax which is currently levied at 0.962 mills which otherwise expires in 2012 (December 2011 tax billing), and would raise up to an estimated $938,645.00 in the first calendar year, based upon taxable value.
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