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candidates on the 2000 election ballot

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ELECTORS OF THE
PRESID~ENT AND tVICE 'RESIDENT'
OF -1 E UPI ED STAES

Li Al Gore
Joe Leberman

Democratic

LiSnsy Avey
'. Larry Deitch
=J Rebecca McGowan

Republican
Repobcai
Democratic
Democratic
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COUNTY COMMISSIONER
9th District
J P. Christina Montague Democratic
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IOR * F APPAL
JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS
3RD DISTRICT
6 Year Term (3 seats)

J JanetT. Neff

Incumbent

J Michael R. Smolenski Incumbent
J Paul L. Maloney

1- Bill Murphy

Incumbent

Li
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Li Jeff Irwin

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Democratic
Demoratic

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JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
22ND CIRCUIT
6 Year Term (2 seats)

1- Leah Gunn

MAYOR

J Timothy P. Connors
J Melinda Morris

Incumbent
Incumbent

Li ~ot S.T~e u

R(epub; , _i -,
Democratic

LiSpence Abraham
Li Debbie Stabenow

U John Hieftje

Democratic

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REPRESENTATDVE IN CONGRESS
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Li Cege ci e
LDorothy V Gonzalez
LCal Rapson

Repubcan
Repub kan
Democratic
Democratic

COUNCILMEMBER WAR~D 1

L Jean M. Robinson

Deiocratic

JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
22ND CIRCUIT
Partial Term Ending 01/01/2005
IJ Archie Cameron Brown Incumbent
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JUDGE OF THE 15TH DISTRICT COURT
6 Year Term
(J Julie Creal Goodridge Incumbent
JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT
6 Year Term

COUNCIIEMBER WAR 2

Li

Li ~oo Upton

Pept~biicari

COUNCILMEMBER'WARD3

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Li Lynn Nan y R r

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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF
GOVERNORS OF WAYNE STATE
UNVERSITY (2 SEATS)

m Gary A. Vandormade
Li Jean Carl berg

Repubii can
Democratic

U John N. Kirkendall

Incumbent

A PR Ple
PROPOSAL 00-2
A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE
CONSTITUTION TO REQUIRE A
SUPER MAJORITY VOTE (2/3 VOTE)
OF THE STATE LEGISLATURE TO
ENACT CERTAIN LAWS AFFECTING
LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
The proposed constitutional amendment would:
1. Require a super majority vote (2/3 vote) of
the State Legislature to enact any law which
addresses a matter which a county, city,
township, village or municipal authority could
otherwise address under its governing powers or
which places a condition on unrestricted and
extended local governments by the State.
(Currently, a simple majority vote of legislature is
required to enact such laws.)
2. Retroactively apply the super majority vote
requirement to any such law enacted on or after
March 1, 2000.
3. Exempt from the super majority vote
requirement any such law which can be applied
at the option of local governments.
Should this proposal be adopted? Li No
PROPOSAL A
PROPOSITION TO INCREASE THE TAX
LIMITATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF
CONSTRUCTING, EQUIPPING, FURNISHING,
REMODELING AND ACQUIRING: (1) THE
WASHTENAW COUNTY COURT HOUSE;
(2) AN ADDITION TO THE WASHTENAW
COUNTY COURT HOUSE; (3) NECESSARY
PARKING, INCLUDING, AN ADDITION
TO THE ANN/ASHLEY PARKING
DECK AND (4) A NEW SATELLITE COURT
HOUSE AT THE COUNTY SERVICE CENTER
Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which
may be imposed each year for all purposes on
real and tangible property in Washtenaw County
be increased as provided in Section 6, Article 9
of the Michigan Constitution and the Board of
Commissioners authorized to levy a tax not to
exceed 0.35 of one mill ($0.35 per $1,000 of
state equalized valuation) on the taxable value of
such property for a period of fifteen years
beginning with the levy made on December 1,
2001 (which will generate estimated revenues of
$3,566,725 in the first year) for the purpose of
constructing, equipping, furnishing, remodeling
and acquiring: (1) the Washtenaw County Court
House; (2) an addition to the Washtenaw County
Court House: (3) necessary parking, including, an
addition to the Ann/Ashley Parking Deck and (4)
a New Satellite Court House at the County
Service Center?
iJ Yes
Li No
PROPOSAL B
PROPOSITION TO INCREASE THE TAX
LIMITATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF
PURCHASING NATURAL AREAS IN ORDER
TO PRESERVE THEM, PAYING THE COSTS OF
OPERATING A LAND PRESERVATION
PROGRAM AND PAYING THE COSTS OF
MAINTAINING THE LAND PURCHASED
Shall the limitation on taxes which may be
imposed each year for all purposes on real and
tangible property in Washtenaw County be
increased as provided in Section 6, Article 9 of
the Michigan Constitution and the Board of
Commissioners be authorized to levy a tax not to
exceed one-fourth (.25) of a mill ($0.25 per
$1,000 of state equalized valuation) on the
taxable value of such property for a period of ten
years beinning with the levy made on December
1, 2001 which will generate estimated revenues
of $2,50,000 in the first year) for the purpose of
purchasing natural areas in order to preserve
them, paying the costs of operating a land
preservation program and paying the costs of
maintaining the land purchased?
IJYes
Q No
ANN ARBOR CITY CHARTER AMENDMENT
AUTHORIZING A RENEWAL OF A TAX FOR PARKS
Shall the Charter be amended to authorize a
.4701 mill tax for six years, starting in 2001, to
replace the expiring Park Rehabilitation and
Development millage of .4725 mill (reduced by
the required millage reduction to .4701 mill),
which will raise in the first year of the levy the
estimated revenue of $1,489,423.00, to provide
funds for financing the improvement,
rehabilitation and construction of park facilities?
Q Yes
LiNo

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COULNCILMEMBE1R WARD 4

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* i Paul Massaront
Li Jackie Washington

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Republican
Democratic

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II William C. Riney

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LChris Kolb D

COUNCiLM EMBR WARD 5

J Calla J. Fette
L Richard J. Landau
Li Diana McKnight Morton
Li Rik Richardson

emocratic

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LTodd C. agopian
Li Chris Easthope

Repubhcan
Democratic

7AMOERS OF
STATE BOARD) 4F EDUCATION

Li Brian L. Mackie

Democratic

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L Robert W. Roddis
Q Clifford W. Taylor

Incumbent

.J Terna Lynn LaI
Li Lawrence C
L John Austin
U Kathleen Sr;
Lion &
Li W M
O Dan BaeL

Republicarn
r Republican
Democratic
Democratic

Li Ronald J. Schebil
Li Dan Minzey

Repubicacl
Democratic

CL
CLERK/REGISTER OF DEEDS'
Li Peggy PA. Haines Repub'lic
TREASURER

Q Marietta Sebree Robinson
JU$TICE OF TWE SUPREME COURT
L David H. Raaflaub
Li Edward McCall Thomas

TAE P P" AL
PROPOSAL 00-1
A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE
CONSTITUTION TO PERMIT STATE
TO PROVIDE INDIRECT SUPPORT TO
STUDENTS ATTENDING NONPUBLIC
PRE-ELEMENTARY, ELEMENTARY
AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS; ALLOW
THE USE OF TUITION VOUCHERS IN
CERTAIN SCHOOL DISTRICTS; AND
REQUIRE ENACTMENT OF TEACHER
TESTING LAWS
The proposed constitutional amendment would:
1. Eliminate ban on indirect support of students
attending nonpublic schools through tuition
vouchers, credits, tax benefits, exemptions or
deductions, subsidies, grants or loans of
public monies or property.
2. Allow students to use tuition vouchers to
attend nonpublic schools in districts with a
graduation rate under 2/3 in 1998-1999 and
districts approving tuition vouchers through
school board action or a public vote. Each
voucher would be limited to 1/2 of state
average per-pupil public school revenue.
3. Require teacher testing on academic subjects
in public schools and in nonpublic schools
redeeming tuition vouchers.
4. Adjust minimum per-public funding from
1994-1995 to 2000-2001 level.

L Stephen J. Markman

Incumbent

L Catherine McClary

Democratic

partial Terfm Ending PI/0f2:Q3

Li

Li Jerry J. Kaufman

DRAIN COMMI$SSIONE

Li C a- -.pm
.. MaxRie.

P.S.t, x1i-:c

L Robert Young

Incumbent

Should this proposal be adopted?

Li Yes
Q No

1 Janis, Babrin

Democratic

L E. Thomas Fitzgerald

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