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October 20, 2014 The Star Page19 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA GENERAL ELECTION BALLOT NOVEMBER 4, 2014 ROLETTE COUNTY Rolla City Hall r INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER To vote for the candidate ofyour choice, you must darken the oval ( Q ) next to the name of that candidate. To vote for a person whose name is not printed on the ballot, you must darken the oval ( Q )next to the blank line provided and write that person&apos;s name on the blank line. Representative in Congress Vote for no more than ONE name cL_> Robert J "Jack' Seaman Libertarian Party 7 Kevin Cramer Republican Pdrty " c- 7> George Sinner Democratic:NPL Party State Senator District 09 Vote for no more than ONE name Richard Marcellais <:_> ( ) State Representative District 09 Vote for no more than TWO names Tracy Bee Democratic-NPL Party Marvin E Nelson Democratic-NPL Party Secretary of State Vote for no more than ONE name  .'> Alvin A (AI) Jaeger Republican Party (  Roland Riemers Libertarian Party c.:> April Fairfield Democratic-NPL Party Attorney General -vote for no more than ONE name %> Kiara Kraus;Parr Democratic-NPL Party c:_:, Wayne Stenehjem Republican Party I ;ontinue voting other side Official Ballot ROLETTE COUNTY ....... *. 0901-00 November 4, 2014 1 Agriculture Commissioner Vote for no more than ONE name .....  Ryan Taylor Democratic-NPL Party   DougGoehring Republican Party Public Service Commissioner Vote for no more than ONE name ',::  Brian P Kalk Republican Party s Todd Reisenauer Democratic-NPL Party Public Service Commissioner Unexpired 2-Year Term Vote for no more than ONE name _-- Tyler Axness Democratic-NPL Party : Julie Fedorchak Republican Party Tax Commissioner Vote for no more than ONE name - : > Anthony Mangnall Libertarian Party <_-_:> Ryan Rauschenberger Republican Party c:-> Jason Astrup Democratic-NPL Party To vote for the candidate of your choice, you must darken the oval (  ) next to the name of that candidate. To vote for a person whose name is not printed on the ballot, you must darken the oval (  )next to the blank line provided and write that person's name on the blank line. Justice of the Supreme Court Vote for no more than ONE name -__- > Gerald W VandeWalle ( Judge of the District Court Northeast Judicial District Judgeship No. 3 Vote for no more than ONE name :-__ Michael G Sturdevant Judge of the District Court Northeast Judicial District Judgeship No. 4 ..... Vote ,te he, more ,than. ONE name --_ Donovan Foughty All ballots, other than those used to vote absentee, must first be initialed by appropriate election officials in order to be counted. County Commissioner At Large Vote for no more than TWO names : ? Bob LeonardSr <. Eldon R Moors Sr _ :  BruceMorin County Auditor Vote for no more than ONE name cL Valerie McCIoud <-> County State's Attorney Vote for no more than ONE name \\;_-> Ryan J. Thompson County Recorder Vote for no more than ONE name - > Sarah M Bruce County Treasurer Vote for no more than ONE name _L:_ Kandace Page-Desjarlais County Sheriff Vote for no more than ONE name Gerald A. Medrud cTT Ervin L. Charette _ Supervisor, Soil Conservation District Vote for no more than ONE name -C-__ Paul E Overby County Official Newspaper Vote for no more than ONE name  Turtle Mountain Star Initials Willow Lake Gilbert Currie #40-09-04 Dunseith Kohlmeier South Valley Legislative District # 9 and Rolette County Election Precincts Hillside Holmes Russell #40-09-02 Hutchinson Baxter St. John #40-09-03 Ingebretson Shell Valley Couture Belcourt Maryville Wolf Creek Finnegan #40-09-05 Leonard Rolee Rice Union Island Lake Fairview Rolla Mt. Pleasant #40-09-01 Oxford Ellsworth * Mylo Pleasant Valley Ag Commissioner Precinct No. 40-09-01 Precinct No. 40-09-02 Precinct No. 40-09-03 Precinct No. 40-09-04 Precinct No. 40-09-05 Rolla City, Fairview. Mt. Pleasant, Oxford, and Ellsworth Townships - Rolla City_ Hall, 14 pr ST SE, Rolla ND 58367 St. John City, Baxter and Hutchinson Townships - St. John Senior Center, Foussard Ave, St. John ND 58369 Couture and Ingebretson Townships and Shell Valley Housing - Knights of Columbus Hall in Beicourt, 4330 US Hwy 281, Belcourt ND 58316 Dunseith City, Willow Lake, Holmes, Gilbert, Hillside, Currie and Russell Townships - Dunseith Citw Hall, 10l Peace Garden Ave, Dunseith ND 58329 Rolette and Mylo Cities, Shell Valley, less the Shell Valley Housing, Maryville, Kohlmeier, Wolf Creek, Leonard, Union, South Valley, Finnegan, Rice, Island Lake, and Pleasant Valley Townships - WWI Memorial Bnildimz,, 503 2 "d Ave, Rolette ND 58366 GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 4, 2014 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA MEASURES BALLOT Vote by darkening the oval (  ) next to the word "YES" or "NO" following the explanation of each measure. ROLETTE COUNTY Constitutional Measure No. 4 (House Concurrent Resolution No. 3011, 2013 Session Laws, Ch. 522) This constitutional measure would amend and reenact sect=on 2 of Article III of the North Dakota Constitution. This measure would require that initiated measures that are estimated to have a Constitutional Measure No. 1 significant fiscal impact must be placed on the (Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 4000, 2013 general election ballot. The measure would also Session Laws, Ch. 519) prohibit the approval for circulation of any petition to initiate a constitutional amendment that would This constitutional measure would create and enact a new section to Article I of the North Dakota Constitution stating, "The inalienable right to life of every human being at any stage of development must be recognized and protected." YES - meansyou approve the measure stated above. NO - means you reject the measure stated above. Constitutional Measure No. 2 (House Concurrent Resolution No. 3006, 2013 Session Laws, Ch. 520) This constitutional measure would create and enact a new section to Article X of the North Dakota Constitution stating, "The state and any county, township, city, or any other political subdivision of the state may not impose any mortgage taxes or any sales or transfer taxes on the mortgage or transfer of real property.' YES - meansyou approve the measure stated above. NO - means you reject the measure stated above. Constitutional Measure No. ? (House Concurrent Resolution No. 3b,7, 2013 Session Laws, Ch. 521) This constitutional measure would create and enact a new section to Article VIII of the North Dakota Constitution creating a three-member commission of higher education, effective July 1 2015, with full executive responsibility for the management and operation of the North Dakota university system. The measure would repeal Section 6 of Article VIII of the Constitution relating to the current eight-member state board of higher education. Members of the new commission would be appointed by me Governor to four year terms from a list of nominees provided by a special committee, and would be subject to confirmation by the Senate. One of the commissioners must possess leadership expenence in a private sector business, industry, or service and one member, at the time of appointment, must hold a orofessional position within the higher education sector. The commissioners could De reappointed to three consecutive terms. YES - means you approve the measure summarized above. NO - means you reject the measure summarized above. make a direct appropriation of public funds for a specific purpose or require the legislative assembly to appropriate funds for a specific purpose. -- YES - means you ap.prove the measure summarizeo apove. - NO - means you reject the measur summarized above. Initiated Constitutional Measure No. 5 This initiated measure would add a new section to Article X of the North Dakota Constitution creating the Clean Water, Wildlife, and Parks Trust (the "Trust") and the Clean Water, Wildlife, and Parks Fund (the "Fund") to be financed by five percent of the revenues from the State's share of oil extraction taxes. Ten percent of that amount of annual revenues would be deposited in the Trust with the principal invested by the State Investment Board: the earnings from the Trust would be ti'ansferred to the Fund to be .pen ,. ..t_ r.conxn m _rdr . dn oury ,, t O0:l 0 1;, , )ercent of the annual revenues would be teposited into the Fund to be used to make grants to public and private groups to aid water quality, natural flood control, fish and wildlife _ habitat, parks and outdoor recreation areas, access for hunting and fishing, the acquisition of land for parks, and outdoor education for children, The Fund would be governed by a Clean Water. Wildlife, and Parks Commission comprised of the governor, attorney general, and agriculture commissioner. A thirteen-member Citizen Accountability Board would be appointed for three-year terms to review grant applications and make recommendations to the Commission. Every twenty-five years, the people would vote on the question of whether to continue the financing from the oil extraction taxes. YES - means you approve the measure summarized above. NO - means you reject the measure summarized above. Initiated Statutory Measure No. 6 This initiated measure would amend section 14-09-06.2 of the North Dakota Century Code to create a presumotion that each parent is a fit parent and entitled to be awarded equal parental rights and responsibilities by a court unless there is clear and convincing evidence to the contrary; the measure would also provide a definition of equal parenting time. YES - means you approve the measure summarized above. NO - means you reject the measure summarized above. Initiated Statutory Measure No. 7 This initiated measure would amend section 43-15-35 of the North Dakota Century Code. It would repeal the requirexnentthat an applicant for a permit to operate a pharmacy must be a licensed pharmacist, a business entity controlled by licensed pharmacists, a hospital pharmacy, or a postgraduate medical residency program. - YES - means you approve the measure summarized above. NO - means you reject the measure summarized above. Rolla City Hall Initiated Statutory Measure No. 8 "his initiated measure would amend section t 5.1-06-03 of the North Dakota Century Code to require school classes to begin after Labor Day. YES - means you approve the measure summarized above. : NO - means you reject the measure summarized above. COUNTY MEASURE 1 Should the current emergency services communication (9-1-1) fee not to exceed $1.00 per month per "communication connection" (telephone access line, wireless access line, unique voice over internet protocol service connection, or functional equivalent uniquely identifiable by a number, internet address, or other designation) for the operation and maintenance of the 9-1-1 emergency services communications system be increased to a maximum (not to exceed) $t .50 per month? Voter approval would allow a fee, not to exceed $1.50 per month per "communication connection" to become effective January 1,2015, with the revenue dedicated to maintaining and operating the emergency services communication (9-1-1) system as required by State law YES - Means you approve the proposed increase of the fee to $1.50 per month. NO - Means you do not approve the fee increase and it would remain at $1.00 per month. Notz00,e of election NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION Notice is hereby gwen that on Tuesday. the 4th dP of November 2014, at the polling omoes in the various precincts in the County of Rolette. a General Election aria Rolla and Rolette Special City Elections will be held in the Dolling locations in all precincts in the County of Rolette, State of North Dakota. The General Election wdl r held for the purpose of nominating candidates for the_ ious Federal. State, District. and County Offices, a, -ovide the electors me 3pportunity of voting on nstitutional Meas- ures four nitiated State M 3s na one County Measure. The arrangement el canoloaTe names ap- peanng on ballots in your ecinct may vary from the published semele ballots, depending uon the oreomct m which you reside. The polling places will eden at Eight (8:00) o'clock A.M ano remain ooen continuously until Seven (7:00) o'clock P.M. of that eay ana date in the following oreclncts in Rolette County: Precinct No 1 - Rolla City, Fairview. Mt Pleasant. Oxfora and EIIsworth Townships - Rolla City Hall. 14 1st ST SE Rolla ND 58367 Precinct No. 2 - St John City, Baxter and Hutchin- son Townships - St John Senior Center 200 Foussard Ave SW St. Jonn ND 58369 Precinct No. 3 - Couture ana Ingebretson Town- snies and Shell Valley Housing - Knights of Columbus Hall in Belcourt. 4330 US Hwy 281. Belcourl ND 58316 Precinct No. 4 - Dunseith City, Willow Lake, Holmes Gilbert Hillside. Curne aria Russell Townships - Dun- seith City Hall 101 Peace Garden Ave, Dunseith ND 58329 Precinct No. 5 - Rolette and Mylo Cities, Shell Val- ley Township less thr qhell Valley Housing, and all of Mar\\;.ille Kohlmei, Wolf Creek, Leonard. Union, Sout, Valley, Fnr .- i. Rice, Island Lake, and Pleasant Valle Towrships - WWl Memorial Building, 503 2nd Ave, Rolette ND 58366 Dated this 1Oth day of October, 2014. Valerie J. McCIoud Rolette County Auditor (October 20 & 27, 2014) Re-Elect "k "k U GOEHRING Ag exports increased over 70% Fighting federal regulatory overreach Port of Vancouver agreement and alternative rail service solutions Pollinator plan to enhance communications between farmers and beekeepers and implement Best Management Practices Expanded the scope of the ag mediation program to address damages on energy impacted land Innovation, research and trade initiatives best serve North Dakota agriculture Paid by Frfends of Gcehdng, Jerry Klein, Treasurer