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COORDINATED ELECTION OFFICIAL BALLOT


SUMMIT COUNTY, COLORADO
November 3, 2009

SUMMIT SCHOOL DISTRICT RE-1

SCHOOL DIRECTOR AT-LARGE


FOUR YEAR TERM
(Vote for THREE)

□ Sheila Groneman
□ Guy William Pacot
□ J Kent McHose
□ Janelle R. (Jan) Losh
□ Margaret Carlson
□ Barrie J. Stimson
□ Cathe Sander
□ T. Antonieta Butler

WEST GRAND SCHOOL DISTRICT #1-JT

SCHOOL BOARD DIRECTOR AT-LARGE


FOUR YEAR TERM
(Vote for FOUR )

□ Susan Ritschard
□ Christina Whitmer
□ Audrey Gasvoda
□ Timothy Thomson
□ Brendan Gale

WEST GRAND SCHOOL DISTRICT #1-JT

SCHOOL BOARD DIRECTOR AT-LARGE


TWO YEAR TERM
(Vote for ONE )

□ David Skinner
□ Brett Davidson
‘Ballot issues referred by the general assembly or any
political subdivision are listed by letter, and ballot issues
initiated by the people are listed numerically. A ‘yes’ vote on any
ballot issue is a vote in favor of changing current law or existing
circumstances, and a ‘no’ vote on any ballot issue is a vote
against changing current law or existing circumstances.’

TOWN OF SILVERTHORNE PROPOSED REFERRED TABOR MEASURE: 2A


(Vote Yes or No)
SHALL THE TOWN OF SILVERTHORNE, COLORADO, WITHOUT CREATING ANY
NEW TAX OR INCREASING ANY CURRENT TAXES, BE PERMITTED TO RETAIN
AND SPEND THE FULL AMOUNT OF THE TOWN TAXES, GRANTS AND ALL
OTHER REVENUE COLLECTED FROM ALL SOURCES INCLUDING ALL REVENUE
RECEIVED IN 2010 AND EACH SUBSEQUENT YEAR, WITHOUT REGARD TO ANY
REVENUE OR EXPENDITURE LIMITATIONS INCLUDING THOSE CONTAINED IN
ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION?
□ Yes
□ No

TOWN OF SILVERTHORNE PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. 2B


(Vote Yes or No)
Shall the Home Rule Charter of the Town of Silverthorne, Colorado, be
amended to provide that the Regular Town Elections shall be held on the first
Tuesday in April commencing in the year 2010, and in each even numbered
year thereafter?
Yes
No

TOWN OF SILVERTHORNE PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. 2C


(Vote Yes or No)
Shall Section 2.7 of the Home Rule Charter of the Town of Silverthorne,
Colorado, concerning nomination petitions be repealed in its entirety thereby
defaulting to the requirements of State Statute?
Yes
No

TOWN OF SILVERTHORNE PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. 2D


(Vote Yes or No)
Shall Section 2.8 of the Home Rule Charter of the Town of Silverthorne,
Colorado, concerning Notice of Election be repealed in its entirety thereby
defaulting to the requirements of State Statute?
Yes
No

TOWN OF MONTEZUMA BALLOT QUESTION 2E


(Vote Yes or No)
“SHALL THE TOWN OF MONTEZUMA, COLORADO, WITHOUT CREATING ANY
NEW TAX, BE PERMITTED TO RETAIN AND SPEND THE FULL AMOUNT OF
TOWN TAXES, GRANTS AND ALL OTHER REVENUE COLLECTED FROM ALL
SOURCES, COMMENCING JANUARY 1, 2009 AND CONTINUING THEREAFTER,
WITHOUT REGARD TO ANY REVENUE OR EXPENDITURE LIMITATIONS
INCLUDING THOSE CONTAINED IN ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO
CONSTITUTION (TABOR) AND C.R.S. § 29-1-301 (THE 5.5% PROPERTY TAX
REVENUE GROWTH CAP)?”
Yes
No

TOWN OF BRECKENRIDGE BALLOT QUESTION 2F


(Vote Yes or No)
Shall the electors of the Town of Breckenridge adopt an amendment to
the Breckenridge Town Code, effective January 1, 2010, removing all
criminal penalties under Town law for the possession of one ounce or
less of marijuana and related paraphernalia by persons twenty-one
years of age or older?
□ Yes
□ No

WEST GRAND SCHOOL DISTRICT NO.1-JT. REFERRED QUESTION 3A


ADDITIONAL MILL LEVY:
(Vote YES or NO)
SHALL WEST GRAND SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1-JT TAXES BE INCREASED
$419,000 IN TAX COLLECTION YEAR 2010, AND ANNUALLY THEREAFTER
FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES TO BE APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF
EDUCATION WHICH SHALL INCLUDE, BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO FUNDING
NEW COSTS NECESSARY FOR LOWERING CLASS SIZES IN THE
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, EXPANDING EDUCATIONAL OFFERINGS SUCH AS
VOCATIONAL AND CAREER AT THE HIGH SCHOOL, FUNDING NEW COSTS
FOR TECHNOLOGY, AND FUNDING NECESSARY FACILITY MAINTENANCE,
BY AN ADDITIONAL PROPERTY TAX LEVY AT A RATE SUFFICIENT TO
PRODUCE THE AMOUNT SPECIFIED ABOVE, WHICH TAXES SHALL BE
DEPOSITED INTO THE GENERAL FUND OF THE DISTRICT, SHALL BE IN
ADDITION TO ANY PROPERTY TAXES THAT OTHERWISE COULD BE LEVIED
FOR THE GENERAL FUND, SHALL BE INDEPENDENT OF ANY OTHER TAX
LEVY WHETHER OR NOT APPROVED BY THE VOTERS, AND SHALL
CONSTITUTE A VOTER APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE THAT MAY BE
COLLECTED AND SPENT WITHOUT FURTHER VOTER APPROVAL,
NOTWITHSTANDING THE LIMITATIONS OF ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE
COLORADO CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW?

Yes
No