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Page 2-The Michigan Daily- Tuesday, November 3, 1992

SHE1 RE T O VOT E
Where you vote depends on where you are registered. If you are not registered in the city of Ann
Arbor, you should have applied for, and recieved, an absentee ballot. The map below shows
wards and precincts for the Central Campus area. The table below should help you determine
where to vote based on the address used when you registered. The address on your voter registration card
determines where you can vote. You may vote only at the place printed on your card. If you have any
questions about voting procedures, call the City Clerk's office at 994-2725.

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ELECTION
Continued from page 1
of America. He said under his com-
mand, the country could rebuild its
industrial base and Michigan could
once again be a beacon for the rest
of the country.
"You know as well as I do that
this is a race about opportunity ver-
sus decline, of unity versus division,
of responsibility versus blame, of
hope versus fear, of the courage to
change versus the comfort of the
status quo," he said during one stop
of a scheduled eight-state campaign
tour yesterday.
In Saginaw, Vice President Dan
Quayle rallied voters with themes of
congressional term limits and
continuation of low interest rates.
Quayle spent the day praising
President Bush's record while
avoiding mention of the Democratic
ticket.

Quayle held up Michigan Gov.
John Engler's come-from-behind
victory against Democrat James
Blanchard in 1990 as an example for
the presidential race.
The stop at Tri-City Airport was
"We are going to pull
off one of the biggest
surprises in political
history ... I want to
expand the American
dream."
- George Bush
the third of the day as Quayle raced
through six states.
Winning Michigan's 18 electoral
votes is considered a key to victory
by both candidates, who have been
wooing voters for . months with
frequent stops in the state.

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CANDIDATES
Continued from page 1
State Sen. Robert Geake,
Republican candidate for the 13th
District congressional seat, will be
touring the district thanking volun-
teers and talking to voters, said
Executive Assistant Nancy Marshall.
"He's one person who reali en-
joys campaigning," she added.
Nancy Laro, Republican candi-
date for U-M Board of Regents, has
the wide-reaching task of soliciting
votes statewide. She said she will
not be concentrating on personal
contact, but will be phoning support-
ers to ensure that the literature and
signs have been distributed.
"It's not like a local candidate
race when you can go knock on
doors," Laro said.
Despite the differing campaign-
day strategies, all of the candidates
said they will be pulling levers in the
voting booths tomorrow. Most can-
didates, such as Laro, said they will
try to keep a "routine day".
Rivers will be catching up on
something she hasn't had time for
while campaigning - getting a
haircut.

52nd District Statehouse candi-
date Mary Schroer also looks for-
ward to the return of a "normal" life.
"It will be nice to get the house
cleaned," she said.
Fifteenth District judicial candi-
date Elizabeth Pollard said she is
proud of the race that she and her
campaign members have run.
"I think it went well," Pollard
said. "I expect that to be the case
(today)."
Schroer said she will be waiting
for the returns with a nervousness
beyond the anticipation she felt as a
volunteer.
"The hardest part about being a
candidate is that the election is really
a referendum on yourself and how
well you've communicated,"
Schrorer said.
However, Rebecca McGowan,
Democratic candidate for U-M
Board of Regents, said she feels her
role in the election is over.
"My feeling is at 5:30 p.m. on
Monday afternoon ... that it is in the
hands of you guys, you guys being
all of the voters. And I will just hope
for the best," McGowan said.
- Daily News Editor Henry
Goldblatt contributed to this report

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private life of a regent and on an in-
cident which occurred before he was
a member of the board."
Rebecca McGowan, an Ann
Arbor Democrat running against
Nielsen, refused to comment on the
allegations.
"I don't think it's appropriate for
me to put myself in the position of
judge and jury regarding Mr.
Nielsen," she said.
Although McGowan said she did
not know enough about the specifics
of the case to comment, she added,
"In regard to issues of physical and
emotional abuse, I feel very strongly
it has no place."
Larry Deitch, another regent in
today's election, called the charge
"appalling."
"I always find allegations of sex-
ual assault appalling and these are no
different," said Deitch, a Democrat
from Bloomfield Hills. "This article
casts even more doubt on what I
consider to be a dubious election for
Neal Nielsen."
Regent Paul Brown (D-

Petoskey), who sits on the board
with Nielsen, said he was surprised
by the allegations.
"I have always known Neal to be
a gentleman and in control of him-
self at all times," Brown said.
He agreed that the charges of
abuse will not affect today's
election.
"I would not think this would
have anything to do with anything,"
he said. "These are mere allegations
which are more than ten years old
now. I wouldn't think it would be at
all relevant."
Regent Deane Baker (R-Ann
Arbor), Regent Shirley McFee (R-
Battle Creek), U-M Vice President
for Student Affairs Maureen
Hartford and U-M Vice President
and Chief Financial Officer Farris
womack refused to comment on the
allegations.
Regent Philip Power (D-Ann
Arbor), U-M President James
Duderstadt and U-M Provost and
Vice President for Academic Affairs
Gilbert Whitaker did not return
phone calls.
--Daily News Editor Henry
Goldblatt contributed to this report

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