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SAMPLE BALLOT, GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 2, 2010

A Lancaster County B State of Nebraska C Sample Precinct D Lancaster County E State of Nebraska F Sample Precinct A Lancaster County B State of Nebraska C Sample Precinct

INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS:
STATE TICKET COUNTY TICKET NONPARTISAN TICKET NONPARTISAN TICKET NONPARTISAN TICKET NONPARTISAN TICKET NONPARTISAN TICKET NONPARTISAN TICKET
1. TO VOTE, YOU MUST DARKEN
THE OVAL COMPLETELY ( ) Southeast Community College Lower Platte South Educational Service Unit No. 6
2. Use black or blue ink or a No. 2 For Attorney General For County Sheriff For Member of the Legislature Judge of the Nebraska Workers' Judge of the Separate Juvenile Court
Vote for ONE Vote for ONE District 28 Compensation Court - 6 Year Term Lancaster County - 6 Year Term For Board of Governors-District 3 Natural Resources District For Member of the Board - District 1
pencil. Vote for ONE Vote for ONE For Board of Directors-Subdistrict 7 4 Year Term
3. To vote for a WRITE-IN candidate - Vote for ONE Vote for ONE
write in the name on the line provided Shall Judge Ronald Brown be retained in Shall Judge Toni G. Thorson be retained
AND darken the oval completely office? in office?
Jon Bruning Terry T. Wagner Bill Avery Dale F. Kruse Richard Bolte Chuck Evans
Republican Republican

Nancy M. Russell Yes Yes James Ihrig Mitch Paine Educational Service Unit No. 6
4. DO NOT CROSS OUT OR ERASE. For Member of the Board - District 7
If you make a mistake, ask for a new For Auditor of Public Accounts For County Treasurer Lower Platte South 4 Year Term
No No Vote for ONE
ballot. Vote for ONE Vote for ONE Natural Resources District
5. DO NOT FOLD THE BALLOT Southeast Community College For Board of Directors-Subdistrict 8 Sandy Blankenship
For Member of the Legislature Judge of the Nebraska Workers' Judge of the Separate Juvenile Court Vote for ONE
District 30 Compensation Court - 6 Year Term Lancaster County - 6 Year Term For Board of Governors-District 4
CONGRESSIONAL TICKET Vote for ONE Vote for ONE SCHOOL TICKET
Mike Foley Andy Stebbing Ronald D. Svoboda
Republican Republican Shall Judge James R. Coe be retained in Shall Judge Roger J. Heideman be
office? retained in office?
For Representative in Congress Michele Sallach-Grace Daniel Ebers Norman Wallman Nancy A. Seim Lower Platte South For Waverly School District 145
District 1 - 2 Year Term Libertarian Democratic Natural Resources District School Board Member - Ward 1
Vote for ONE For Board of Directors-Subdistrict 9 Vote for ONE
John W. Knabe Yes Yes Janet Goodman Banks
Vote for ONE

Jeff Fortenberry COUNTY TICKET For County Attorney No No Robert C. Andersen Dennis L. Francke
Republican Vote for ONE
Ivy Harper For County Commissioner For Member of the Legislature Judge of the District Court Judge of the County Court Southeast Community College Lower Platte South
Democratic District 1 District 46 District 3- 6 Year Term District 3 - 6 Year Term For Board of Governors-District 5 Natural Resources District
Vote for ONE Vote for ONE Vote for ONE For Board of Directors-Subdistrict 10
Joe Kelly Vote for ONE
For Waverly School District 145
Republican Shall Judge Jodi L. Nelson be retained in Shall Judge Laurie J. Yardley be retained School Board Member - Ward 5
STATE TICKET office? in office? Vote for ONE
Ray A. Stevens, Jr. Rick Boucher Danielle Conrad Jacki Allensworth Karen S. Amen
Republican Democratic

For Governor and Lt. Governor Jane Raybould Chad Wright Yes Yes Terry Kubicek Lower Platte South Linda Bevans
Vote for ONE Democratic Natural Resources District
For Public Defender No No For Board of Directors-At Large Bruce W. Sedivy
Vote for ONE Vote for ONE

Dave Heineman For County Commissioner For Member State Board Judge of the District Court Judge of the County Court Lower Platte South David M. Landis
Governor
Rick Sheehy
Lt. Governor
} Republican District 3
Vote for ONE
Dennis R. Keefe
of Education - District 5
Vote for ONE
District 3- 6 Year Term District 3 - 6 Year Term Natural Resources District
For Board of Directors-Subdistrict 1 Paul Morrison For Malcolm School District 148
Democratic Shall Judge Paul D. Merritt, Jr. be Shall Judge Susan I. Strong be retained Vote for ONE
School Board Member
retained in office? in office? Vote for up to THREE
Mike Meister Deb Schorr Patricia H. Timm Martin C. Pella Nemaha Natural Resources District
Governor
Anne Boyle
Lt. Governor
} Democratic Republican

For Clerk of the District Court Yes Yes David L. Potter


For Board of Directors-Subdistrict 1
Vote for ONE
Cori R. Beattie
Vote for ONE
For County Commissioner Chief Justice of the Supreme Court No No Lower Platte South Paul Weber Michelle R. Bice
Governor District 5 6 Year Term Natural Resources District
Vote for ONE For Board of Directors-Subdistrict 3
Sue Kirkland Judge of the District Court Judge of the County Court Charles P. Starr Donald Densberger
Republican Shall Judge Michael G. Heavican be Vote for ONE
Lt. Governor District 3- 6 Year Term District 3 - 6 Year Term
retained in office?
Brent Smoyer Ronald M. Case Nemaha Natural Resources District Kevin Lostroh
Republican Shall Judge John A. Colborn be retained Shall Judge James L. Foster be retained For Board of Directors-At Large
in office? in office? Vote for ONE
For Secretary of State Greg Butcher For County Engineer Yes Lower Platte South
Vote for ONE Democratic Vote for ONE Natural Resources District
No Yes Yes For Board of Directors-Subdistrict 4 Cynthia J. Burow
Vote for ONE

John A. Gale For County Clerk Don R. Thomas Judge of the Nebraska Workers' No No Dean L. Petersen Norris Public Power District
Republican Vote for ONE Republican Compensation Court - 6 Year Term For Board of Directors
Janet Stewart Brian C. Podwinski Subdivision 3 - 6 Year Term For Norris School District 160
Judge of the District Court Judge of the County Court Vote for ONE
Democratic Shall Judge John R. Hoffert be retained District 3- 6 Year Term District 3 - 6 Year Term School Board Member - Ward 2
NONPARTISAN TICKET in office? Vote for ONE
Seth Matthew Rye Lower Platte South Gary Kroese
Republican Shall Judge Jeffre Cheuvront be retained Shall Judge Gale Pokorny be retained in Natural Resources District
in office? office? For Board of Directors-Subdistrict 5
For State Treasurer Dan Nolte For Member of the Legislature Yes Norris Public Power District Patty Bentzinger
Vote for ONE Democratic Vote for ONE
District 26 For Board of Directors
Vote for ONE Subdivision 7 - 6 Year Term
No Yes Yes Steve Larrick
Vote for ONE

Don Stenberg For County Assessor- Tom Dierks Judge of the Nebraska Workers' No No Kurt Elder Randy Steinhausen For Norris School District 160
Republican Register of Deeds Compensation Court - 6 Year Term School Board Member - Ward 4
Vote for ONE Vote for ONE
Mark Stoj Amanda M. McGill Judge of the Separate Juvenile Court Southeast Community College Lower Platte South Bradley E. Barrows
Democratic Shall Judge Michael P. Cavel be retained Lancaster County - 6 Year Term For Board of Governors-District 1 Natural Resources District
in office? Vote for ONE For Board of Directors-Subdistrict 6
Norman H. Agena Seward County Rural Public Power Jim B. Craig
Republican Shall Judge Reggie L. Ryder be retained Vote for ONE
District
in office? For Board of Directors - Subdivision 1
Yes Lynn Schluckebier Elaine Hammer
6 Year Term
Vote for ONE
No Yes George L. Downing

Remember! No Remember! Remember!


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SAMPLE BALLOT, GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 2, 2010
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BALLOT ROTATION
SCHOOL TICKET SCHOOL TICKET CITY OF HICKMAN VILLAGE TICKET VILLAGE TICKET CITY OF HICKMAN CITY OF LINCOLN CITY OF LINCOLN Please be advised this is
a sample ballot and
For Norris School District 160 For Palmyra School District OR-1 For Member of Hickman City Council For Denton Village For Panama Village Keno Lottery Issue STORMWATER IMPROVEMENT BOND Charter Amendment because the law requires
School Board Member - Ward 6 School Board Member Vote for up to THREE Board of Trustees Board of Trustees ISSUE
Vote for ONE Vote for up to THREE Vote for up to TWO Vote for up to TWO Charter Amendment – Amend Article IX rotation of the
Shall the City of Hickman, Nebraska
establish and conduct a lottery as STATE OF NEBRASKA of the Charter of the City of Lincoln by candidates’ names, the
permitted under the Nebraska County CITY OF LINCOLN adding a new section 26a to allow the chronological order as
Craig A. Gana Kipp S. Haight David F. Dykmann Bill Edwards Jeremey Hinkle and City Lottery Act for the purpose of OFFICIAL BALLOT city to establish and adopt a biennial
community betterment as defined in the STATEWIDE ELECTION - TUESDAY, budget. listed may be different in
Clayton Maahs Richard B. Harms Royce Schaneman Jim Craig act? November 2, 2010 your precinct.
GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS Shall Article IX of the Charter of the City
Vote YES or NO of Lincoln be amended by adding a new
For Raymond Central Douglas G. Church Tony J. Pella Tim Watters “Shall the City of Lincoln, Nebraska issue section 26a to allow the city to establish
School District 161 its general obligation bonds in a principal and adopt a biennial budget?
Write-Ins are allowed for
School Board Member - Ward 6 Sharon Kaye Dowding Brent Swails amount not to exceed $8,200,000 for the all offices where there is
Vote for ONE I vote YES for such Keno
Lottery purpose of paying costs incident to VOTE FOR or AGAINST an oval and a line.
Timothy L. White Larry Joe Royal Doug Wagner engineering, acquiring, construction
For Firth Village and/or furnishing improvements to and
Board of Trustees extensions of the city’s stormwater
Dennis Dowding Jack D. Scott Vote for up to TWO
For Raymond Village I vote NO for such Keno drainage and flood management system I vote FOR the proposed Because some listed
Board of Trustees Lottery and measures to achieve state and amendment. candidates are elected in
For Crete School District 902 Vote for up to TWO federal water quality standards; such
David Hobelman specific districts, some
School Board Member bonds to be dated at the time of their
Vote for up to THREE CITY OF WAVERLY issuance and to become due and races listed in this
Diane Wieskamp Rick Robinson payable on such dates, bear interest at I vote AGAINST the proposed
amendment. Sample Ballot may not
such rates, and have such other terms as
William J. Lorenz Craig Middle Cherrie Jasa Sales and Use Tax Issue may be fixed by the city at the time of appear in your precinct.
their issuance”; and
Dennis Isernhagen For Milford School District 905 CITY OF WAVERLY Shall the governing body of the City of PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL
School Board Member Waverly, Nebraska impose a sales and “Shall the city cause to be levied and AMENDMENTS
Vote for up to THREE use tax of one percent (1%), upon the collected annually a tax in addition to all Any person who votes
Laura Ebke For Member of Waverly City Council same transactions within such other taxes upon the taxable property in Proposed Amendment No. 1 in a precinct where
Vote for up to TWO the city sufficient in rate and amount to
municipality on which the State of
Joe Shandrew Nebraska is authorized to impose a tax, pay the principal of and interest on said A vote FOR this amendment will he/she no longer resides
For Hallam Village For Roca Village authorize the Legislature to permit
Board of Trustees Board of Trustees said tax to be used for capital bonds as the same become due and shall be guilty of a
Vote for up to TWO improvements? payable?” municipalities to fund economic or
Jim Stahly Greg Dudley 4 Year Term industrial development projects or Class III misdemeanor.
Vote for up to TWO
VOTE FOR OR AGAINST VOTE FOR or AGAINST programs from additional fund sources,
Dave Welsch John F. Hestermann Gary Vocasek Robert C. Green subject to a vote of a majority of the You may vote for
registered voters of such municipality
For Wilber Clatonia School District 982 Larry M. Lindquist Greg Rickers FOR said General Obligation
voting upon the question. Fund sources less but not more
Rick Kyser I vote FOR the proposal may include property taxes, local option
School Board Member Bonds and a Tax Levy sales tax, or any other general tax levied than the number
Vote for up to THREE
I vote AGAINST the proposal by the municipality or generated from indicated on the ballot.
municipally owned utilities or grants,
Douglas R. Duba AGAINST said General donations, or state and federal funds POLLS ARE OPEN
For Hallam Village received by the municipality.
Board of Trustees Obligation Bonds and a Tax 8:00 AM TO 8:00 PM
Robert A. Sykes VILLAGE TICKET 2 Year Term For Sprague Village Levy A vote AGAINST this amendment will not
Vote for ONE Mark your sample ballot at
Board of Trustees authorize the Legislature to permit
Vote for up to THREE municipalities to fund economic or home and bring to the polls to
David T. Houser For Freeman School District 934 For Bennet Village Mark Simonson
School Board Member Board of Trustees Voters desiring to vote in favor of the industrial development projects or save time when voting.
Vote for up to THREE Vote for up to THREE proposition shall mark in the oval programs from additional fund sources. Questions about polling place,
Scott Havel Matt Glenn opposite the words “FOR said General call the Election Office.
Obligation Bonds and a Tax Levy”. A constitutional amendment to
Gary D. Wooten Darin Jurgens Glen W. Schiffer For Malcolm Village Karen Brandt Voters desiring to vote against the change the powers of municipalities
Board of Trustees proposition shall mark in the oval relating to fund sources for economic
Tim Riechers Charlotte R. Evans Justin Apel Vote for up to TWO
Cory A. Maul
opposite the words “AGAINST such
General Obligation Bonds and a Tax
or industrial development. BLACKEN
Doug Parde John Widick Jerad Little
Levy”.
For THE OVAL ()
Dennis Remmers Wendell Stone Kimberly Masek Against COMPLETELY
Robert J. Kirkpatrick Proposed Amendment No. 2
You do not have to vote
Douglas R. Alms A vote FOR this amendment will abolish for every race or contest.
the office of the State Treasurer on
January 8, 2015.

A vote AGAINST this amendment will not


David J. Shively
CITY OF HICKMAN For Davey Village abolish the office of the State Treasurer. Election Commissioner
Board of Trustees 441-7311
Vote for up to TWO A constitutional amendment to www.lancaster.ne.gov/election
For Mayor of Hickman abolish the office of the State
Vote for ONE
Treasurer on January 8, 2015.
Bryan Kubicek

Steve Parker Kent Schnieder For


By Petition
James Hrouda Against
By Petition

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