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2012 Dear Colleagues, I submit to you for your consideration the attached resolution which if approved by the Council, would put on the November ballot a measure to allow voters to decide whether to continue the use of the current Rank Choice Voting (RCV) system or return to the former two election voting system.
COUNTY OF AMADOR SPECIAL RECALL ELECTION CITY OF lONE TUESDA Y, FEBRUARY 28, 2012 Voter Instructions and Information Pamphlet INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS HOW TO VOTE YOUR BALLOT:
“The voter must be instructed to either return the ballot to the county auditor no later than 8:00 p.m.
Third, if the state BOE takes the unprecedented and extreme step of usurping ballot counting authority from the counties, this will have a CHILLING effect, and undermine public confidence in election results, causing widespread public outcry that your Board is seeking to “rig” the North Carolina elections on a pro-GOP partisan basis, since the majority of your members are currently Republican.
As adopted in San Francisco, voters are only given the option to rank-order as many as three preferred candidates, and recording fewer than three candidate preferences will not invalidate a voter’s ballot.
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The Star Tribune Editorial Board supports RCV. In the past three months, it has published four commentaries on the voting method, including mine. The other three were from RCV proponents. Two of them made inaccurate claims about majority outcomes. The other stated that every ballot was counted and that voter intent was discerned. That is correct.
Removal of a candidate from the ballot ____________________________________________________________________________________ This memorandum is written to examine the potential ballot removal issue raised by an allegation that a candidate for a seat on the West Richland City Council does not reside in West Richland and is not properly registered to vote in the city.
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According to the State constitution, property owners must then be allowed to submit a ballot on the formation of the district at a public hearing.
Minneapolis Minnesota Ward 1 Precinct 5 - 2013 Spoiled Ballot Rate = 1.96% Minneapolis Minnesota Ward 5 Precinct 7 - 2013 Spoiled Ballot Rate = 12.68% Minneapolis Minnesota Ward 9 Precinct 3 - 2013 Spoiled Ballot Rate = 11.70% Minneapolis Minnesota Ward 3 Precinct 8 - 2013 Spoiled Ballot Rate = 7.38%
Furthermore, in the same polling station, while assisting two people with disabilities, panic was raised in the classroom in the presence of over 15 citizens waiting to cast their ballot.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 19th, 2013 Kevin Singer 5108478938 firstname.lastname@example.org Press Release Campaign for Oil and Gas Extraction Tax Announces Earth Day Rally With one week left until the California Modernization and Economic Development Act a proposed ballot initiative that would enact a tax on oil and gas extracted from California is granted official summary and title by the Attorney General's Office, the proponents of the measure are announcing an Earth Day rally and press conference. On Monday, April 22nd at 12PM students and allies will gather on the historic steps of Sproul Plaza in Berkeley to show their support for the bill, which would infuse California's higher education system with $900 million for the purposes of reducing tuition and hiring more teachers. The rally will be followed by a press conference, during which the lead proponent, Jack Tibbetts, will give a statement and answer questions.
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Perhaps somewhat surprisingly, at least in light of the aforementioned quotations from Democratic Party officials, many Nader voters had Republican leanings and Buchanan voters, Democratic leanings—and this is not due solely to Palm Beach County’s infamous butterfly ballot which led approximately 2,000 Gore voters to cast accidental votes for Buchanan (Wand, Shotts, Sekhon, Mebane, Jr., Herron &
The presence in person or by ballot at the opening of the meeting of thirty-five owners or ten percent of all owners, whichever is lesser, shall be necessary and sufficient to constitute a quorum for the transaction of business at any meeting of owners.
However, if a QMT Member would like to propose the vote happens by secret ballot, and is seconded by another member, the motion in question will be decided on secret ballot.
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The Official Ryan Price 2016 Election Guide LOCAL CANDIDATES 52nd Congressional District – Denise Gitsham County Board of Supervisors – Kristin Gaspar City Attorney – Robert Hickey State Assembly 77th District – Brian Maienschein LOCAL BALLOT MEASURES Measure A – San Diego Sales Tax Hike Measure B – Lilac Hills Development Project Measure C – Downtown Stadium / Tax Increase Measure D – Tax Increase and Facilities Measure E – Qualifications for Removal of City Officials Measure F – Tenure for Deputy City Attorneys Measure G – Citizens Review Board on Police Conduct Measure H – SD City Purchasing and Contracting Change Measure I – SD High School Remaining in Balboa Park Measure J – Lease Revenue from Mission Bay Park Measure K – Election Runoff for Top Two Finishers Measure L – City Council Manipulation of Ballot Initiatives Measure M – Affordable Housing – Increase on Projects Measure N – Marijuana Tax Increase NO NO NO NO YES NO YES YES YES YES NO NO YES NO STATE BALLOT MEASURES Prop 51 – School Bonds, Funding for K-12 + Comm.
2ND BALLOT RESULTS FIRST NAME LAST NAME STATE STATUS Denise Steven Rafael Terje Stuart (Gary) Winston Nelson Dennis Carrie Ondine Douglas Dominic Virginia James ("J.P.") Philip Jan Evangeline Jeff Janet Dita Belinda Gus Stephen Neville Artie Rick James Anita Connie Joshua Adams Alari Anchia Anderson Appelbaum Apple Araujo Archer Austin Baird Ballard Balletto Barnes Barone Bartlett Bauer Beechler Berman Bewley Bhargava Biafore Bickford Bittel Blakemore Blanco Bloomingdale Boland Bonds Borde Boschee North Carolina IN-PERSON California PROXY Texas PROXY Vermont IN-PERSON New York IN-PERSON Missouri IN-PERSON Nevada IN-PERSON Michigan IN-PERSON Illinois PROXY North Dakota IN-PERSON Arizona IN-PERSON Connecticut IN-PERSON Massachusetts PROXY Minnesota IN-PERSON Maine IN-PERSON Iowa IN-PERSON Idaho IN-PERSON Washington DC IN-PERSON Wisconsin IN-PERSON Connecticut IN-PERSON West Virginia IN-PERSON Massachusetts IN-PERSON Florida IN-PERSON Kentucky IN-PERSON Nevada IN-PERSON Pennsylvania IN-PERSON Washington DC IN-PERSON Washington DC IN-PERSON Democrats AbroadIN-PERSON North Dakota IN-PERSON TOM PEREZ SALLY BOYNTON SAM BROWN RONAN KEITH ELLISON PETE JEHMU BUTTIGIEG GREENE 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.5 1 PETER PECKARSKY 2of15 DNC CHAIR'S RACE:
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4 4.3 Voting Phase In the voting phase, a Validator node takes all nodes that it received by a 60 % majority of peers and assembles them into a ballot.