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   Constitution-Tribune (Newspaper) - October 27, 1994, Chillicothe, Missouri                                CONSTITUTIONTRIBUNE THURSDAY OCTOBER NOTICE OF ELECTION Stale of Missouri County of Livingston I Kelly Christopher Clerk of the County Commission and Election Authority of Livingston County Missouri do hereby certify the names of the candidates nominated for the respective offices hereinafter named to be filled at the General Election to be held in Livingston County Missouri on Tuesday November 8th 1994 as shown by the returns of the Primary Election held on the 2nd day of August 1994 and certificates of nomination certified by the Secretary of Slate and certificates of nominations on fiie in my office as the law tha Constitutional Ballot the Nonpartisan Judicial Ballot and Statutory Measures Proposition A Ballot as certified to me by the Secretary of State Publications made according to Section Revised Statutes of the State of Missouri 1986 The polls will be open at oclock and will close at oclock at the following designated polling places OFFICIAL BALLOT OF MISSOURI GENERAL ELECTION TUESDAY NOVEMBER ft 1994 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS PRECINCTS Blue Mound Township 1st Ward Chillicothe City 2nd Ward Chillicothe City 2nd Ward Rich Hill City 3rd Ward Chillicothe City 3rd Ward Rich Hill City 4th Ward Chillicothe City Chillicothe Township Cream Ridge Township Fairview Township Grand River Township Green Township Jackson Township Medicine Township Monroe Township Mooresville Township Rich Hill Township Sampsel Township Wheeling Township The ballots of said election will be in the following form CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO 1 VOTING PLACES Dawn Retirement Home Recreation Room United Methodist Church Chillicothe Housing Authority Chillicothe Housing Authority Coburn Building Coburn Building Seventh Day Adventist Church 923 Waples Farmers Electric Cooperative Chula Community Hall Avalon Lodge Hall Leaton Club House Green Township Fire Station Springhill Community Center Medicine Township Community Center Ludlow Lions Club Building Mooresville Community Center Highview Baptist Church Fellowship Hall Mt Olive United Methodist Church Wheeling Shelter House Submitted by the 87th General Assembly First Regular Session YES D OFFICIAL BALLOT GENERAL ELECTION TUESDAY NOVEMBER 8 1994 STATE OF MISSOURI INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS Place an X In the square opposite the name of the person for whom you wish to vote DEMOCRATIC PARTY PARTY PARTY PARTY O FUR STA1 SENATOR I 1 ALAN UNITED STATES SENATOR 1 JOHN UNITED SENATOR 1 BILL FOR STATK AUDITOR 1 1 STATK AUDITOR 1 MARGARET 1 GRANT FOR UNITKI STATES REPRESENTATIVE D6TH DISTRICT PAT PATSY ANN UNITED STATES Dill II WISTRHT TINA UNITE STATES REPRESENTATIVE I I FOR STATE SENATOR DI2TII DISTRICT DOUG R STATE SENATOR Dm II DISTRICT SAM STATE SENATOR 1 1 I2TII FOR STATE 1 1 Till STATE REPRESENTATIVE DTTH DISTRICT STATE REPRESENTATIVE I 1 7TH FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE D CIRCUIT NO O DIVISION 1 KENNETH R CIRCUIT JUDGE 1 1 CIRCUIT NO 43 FOR CIRCUIT D CIRCUIT NO IS DIVISION 2 STEPHEN K CIRCUIT JUDGE 1 1 CIRCUIT NO DIVISION FOR ASSOCIATE CIRCUIT JUDGE I 1 UARIIARA GALE ASSOCIATE CIRCUIT JUDGE 1 1 FOR PRESIDING COMMISSIONER OFTIIE COUNTY COMMISSION 1 1 RESIDING COMMISSIONER OF IHE COUNTY COMMISSION 1 JERRY FOH COMMISSIONER OF THE COUNTY COMMISSION DFAST DISTRICT KEN COMMISSIONER OFTIIE COUNTY COMMISSION DEAST DISTRICT CIIARLENE FOR COMMISSIONER OF1IIE COUNTY COMMISSION D WEST DISTHHT MAX COMMISSIONER OF THE COUNIY COMMISSION DISTRICT MW OF IHE C1HCUI r COURT A EXomdO RECOKDFK OF 1 1 CORAS OFTIIE CIKClI r COURT I 1 KEKRI FOR CLERK OF THE COUNT1 COMMISSION 1 OFTIIE COUNTY COMMISSION 1 1 CONNIE FOR PROSECUTING A1TUHKKY 1 1 IROSECUI ING ATIORNEY First class counties authorized to adopt alternative form of county gov ernment if approved by voters Taxes limited to those authorized by state law Changes petition requirements for county charter question County cost would depend upon action of its voters No stale fiscal impact INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS If you are in favor of the question place an X in the box opposite If you are opposed to the question place an X in the boxopposite CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO Submitted by the 87th General Assembly First Regular Session Department of Natural Resources to nay counties schools and other po YES I litical subdivisions for taxes lost be bud cause of acquisition of land for park NO I I usePayments to come from state park sales tax which terminates in 1998 Payments of approximately annually would be made from the State Parks Fund INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS If you are in favor of the question place an X in the box opposite If you are opposed to the question place an X in the box opposite CONSTITUTIONAL I AMENDMENT NO Submitted by Initiative Petition Shall Article X of the Constitution I1 Missouri be amended to limit YES I I yearly increases of total state revenues generated by new increased 01 NO I I broadened taxes licenses and fees including user fees to twenly hun dredths of one percent of the total state revenue during the prior fiscal year unless approved by popular vote make all increases in taxes li censes and fees excluding user fees by any political subdivision subject to voter approval and prohibit the slate from mandating tax increases on political subdivisions as a require ment for maintaining their corporate status or existing level of slate fund ing This proposal would require i slate and local spending cuts ranging from billion billion annu ally Culs would affecl prisons schools colleges programs for the el derly job iraining highways public health and other services INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS If you are in favor of the question place an X in the box opposite If you are opposed to the question place an X in the box opposite CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO Submitted by the 87th General Assembly Second Regular Session Shall ihe compensation for all elected r i stale officials including members of YiLo I I the general assembly and judges be set by the Citizens Commission es NO I by this amendment rather 11 than sci by vote of the general as sembly Compensation changes in creases or decreases would depend on actions of he Commission and ihe legislature INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS If you are in favor of the question place an X in the box opposite If you are opposed to the question place an X in the box opposite CONSTITUTIONAL C AMENDMENT NO U Submitted by Initiative Petition Shall the General Assembly be auiho i rized to permit only upon the IVjis I I sissippi River and the Missouri River i lotteries gift enierprises and games NO I I chance to be conducted on excur sion gambling boats and floating fa cilities This proposal would in crease slale revenues from existing gaming boats approximately per year Impact on local govern ments is unknown INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS If you are in favor of the question place an X in the box opposite If you are opposed to the question place an X in the box opposite STATUTORY MEASURE PROPOSITION A Submitted by Initiative Petition I I I Shall a law be enacted to limit cam PaSn contributions to persons or committees by persons or committees Dper election cycle to J100 and depending on ihe population of the political district and to for state wide candidates require disclosure by contributors of employer or oc cupation when contributing in ex cess of per person within 90 days of the elcriion to fill the office re quire contributions in excess of ex penses that are 10 limes the maxi mum amount allowed be returned to the contributors or rcmitlcd lo Mis souri Ethics Commission establish a commission on fair clcctioiis al low persons iofilc complaints alleg ing violations of the contributions limits The administrative impact of this proposal would largely duplicate lhai of recently passed legislation INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS If you are in favor of the question place an X in the box opposite If you are opposed to the question place an X in the box opposite INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS On receipt ol his ballot the voter shall forthwith and without leaving the enclosed space retire alone to one ol the voting booths provided and prepare his ballot lor voting In the following manner STRAIGHT TICKET II the voter desires to vote a straight party ticket he may place a cross X mark In the circle directly below the party name at the head ol the column or he may place cross marks X in the squares directly to the lelt ol the names ol candidates on one parly ticket SPLIT TICKET II the voter desires to vote a split party ticket he may place a cross X mark In the circle directly below one parly name at Ihe head ol the column and cross X marks in the squares directly to the left ol the names of candidates on other party tickets or he may place cross X marks in the squares directly to the left ol the names of candidates on different party tickets WRITEINS If the voter desires to vote lor a person whose name does not appear on Ihe ballot he may cross out a name which appears on the ballot for the office and write Ihe name ol the person for whom he wishes lo vole above or below Ihe crossedout name and place a cross X mark jn Ihe square directly to the lelt ol the crossedout name II a writeIn line appears on the ballot he may write the name ol the person for whom he wishes to vote on the line and place a cross X mark In Ihe square directly lo the left ol the name Voles lor writein candidates will only be counted II the candidate has tiled a declaration ol Intent to be a writein candidate Section RSMo SPOILED BALLOT II the voter accidentally spoils his ballot or makes an error he may return it to an election fudge and receive another RSMo 1986 Supp 1993 OFFICIAL JUDICIAL BALtOT STATE OF MISSOURI TUESDAY NOVEMBERS 1994 Submitting to the voters whether the Judges named below whose terms expire December 31 1994 shall be retained In office for new terms VOTE ON EACH JUDGE MISSOURI SUPREME COURT JUDGES Shall Judge WILLIAM RAY PRICE of the Missouri Supreme Court be retained in office YES n NO n Mark an X in the box you prefer Shall Judge STEPHEN N L1MBAUGH JR of the Missouri Supreme Court be retained in office Home for the Holidays Create a Loving Atmosphere Welcome your family and friends with a home decorated in traditional and novel ways Like the Christmas Collectibles at Earl May The best handcrafted porcelain buildings and figures by Lemax Dickensvale Midwest Importers Roman Fontanini Possible and Department 56 are on display Many are dated and stamped so they will increase in value as the years go by Want something unique We have a specially commissioned Earl May Grain Feed Seed Store by Lemax Dickensvale available for only 19191994 Celebrating 75 Years PARK LANE SHOPPING CENTER6460970 THURS YES D NO Mark an X in the box you prefer MISSOURI COURT OF APPEALS JUDGES WESTERN DISTRICT Shall Judge JOSEPH M ELLIS of Ihe Western District Court of Appeals be retained in office YES n NO n Mark an X in lite box you prefer Shall Judge HAROLD Hal LOWENSTEIN of the Western District Court of Appeals be retained in office YES n NO n Mark an X in Ihe box you prefer Shall Judge JAMES M SMART of the Western District Court of Appeals be retained in office State ol Missouri County of Livingston YES LJ NO mi X in the box you prefer k Clerk of the Countv Commission and Election Authority of Livingston County correct copy of Ballots to be voted upon at the TESTIMONY WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal Done at my office in Chillicothe Missouri this 13th day of October 1994 SEAL Publish October 27 and November 3 1S04 Kelly Christopher County Clerk and Election Authority Livingston County Missouri   
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