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l To vote for a person whose name is not printed on the ballot. you must darken the oval (O) next to the blank line provided and write that person's name on the blank line. C Joshua C Gallion Republiban Party iyou (-s Patrick Hart " Democratic-NFL Party To vote for the candidate of our choice. name of that candidate. 3 To vote for a person whose name is not must darken the oval ( ) next to the October 29, 2020 Golden Valley News Page 5 Election Notice (153 MAIN STREET) IN THE ELEC- TION ON FEDERAL, STATE, DIS- CONTINUE OPEN UNTIL7200 P.M.OF BER, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT . TION PRECINCT IN THE COUNTY OF TRICT AND COUNTY OFFICES. AND THAT DAY TAMRA SPERRY NOTICE OF CONSOLIDATED ON TUESDAY NOVEMBER 3, AT GOLDEN VALLEY, AGENERAL ELEC- WHICH ELECTION POLLS WILL BE 1 DATED AT BEACH, NORTH COUNTY AUDITOR GENERAL ELECTION THE BEACH COMMUNITY CENTER TlON WILL BE HELD FOR THE ELEC- OPENED AT 7:00 AM. AND WILL DAKOTA, THIS 13TH DAY OF OCTO- (October and 29) I“ + ‘i l— w'm 7 reenact subsections 2 and 6 of section 6 of Article VIII of the North Dakota Constitution (Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 4016, 2019 Session Laws, Ch. 536) This constitutional measure would amend and STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA j GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY V STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA i GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY l __-__._..WWML l M M . - I GENERAL ELECTION BALLOT MEASURES BALLOT l 3! Vote by darkening the oval (0) next to% — I w I —— the word "YES" or "NO" following the i To vote ftocr' tn: Gatiiéltiale‘ pf 0;” clitoticeti1 ] State Auditor l l explanation of each measure. I you mus er en va nex o e _ . _ m m w . . .Wz.-. ; name “that cand'date‘ vote for no more than ONE name NO PARTY BALLOT ’W Constitutional Measure No 1 ’ 'y ’ : Q printed on the ballot, you must darken the relating to the state board of higher education. PARTY ........................................................... m oval (9) next to the blank line provided The proposed amendments to subsection 2 and write that person‘s name on the blank would increase the number of board members President 8: Vice-President State Treasurer ""9: _ w trprStEdight to fifteen; prohibit statle legislatodls. o the United States Vote for no more than ONE name . . ee sla e 0 ma 3, state emp oyees, an Vote for no more than ONE name Superintendent of Public individuals employed full time by any institution I Th 8 ad. I InstructIon under the board's control lrom sewing on the <3 Re Sg‘gfpa: e Vote for no more than ONE name board; increase the term of appointment of p -—~ -~ —— 4 4 board members from tour to six years with the option for reappointment to a nonconsecutive second term; and replace the chiel justice of supreme court on the board nominating committee with the secretary of state. The proposed amendments to subsection 6 would require the board to meet at least annually with the head of each institution under its control. The estimated fiscal impact of this measure is $147,000 per biennium. Presidential Electo <7 J Dustin Gaw low «0 mark Ha” I i Kirsten Baesler ' organsen Mani.” gske l DemocratioN LParty s ‘ Libertarian Party Dylan Stuckey 3 ‘” “M'NMEC-flmflww Mb—hWWVWM 13> Brandt.) Dick Insurance Commissioner ‘ Heid‘ He‘tkam Blden { Bernic’e Knutsog} Vote for no more than ONE name Democratic-NFL Party Wane” Larson Justice of the Supreme Court Vote for no more than ONE name I Jon Godfread ’ mwmm-fimww .1 Casey D Buchmann ; " Democratgflfil: Party 0 Adam Smith Trum SandyJ Boehler ._ ,2 . Republicgn Party Sgwgw‘g? Bewtflgm Pam, —————— u— A B t f 1 3 Jon Jay Jensen 2 ":2‘ Yes - Means you approve the measure as; ’71 summarized above. 3 V Public Service Commissioner l l Vote for no more than ONE name .L. . l ______ _____ _m ’M g ‘ c c i No Means you reject the measure as . ounty 0mm ssioner summarized above. I (A, Brian Kroshus District 2 i Representative in Congress Vote for no more than ONE name Vote for no more than ONE name Constitutional Measure No. 2 , (Senate Concurrent Resolution No. : 4001, 2019 Session Laws, Ch. 537) I i l i This constitutional measure would amend and i i l ,3, Zach Raknerud r; Wm__....m_ ! " ,\ Kelly Armstrong ’ . re ‘ g , z n .. enact section 9 of Article of the North Re “mean PanL—mwm—wweig ~ -» M ~ s- I Dakota Constitution. The amended section Steven James Peterson 3 county Sheriff reads as follows: Section 9. A constitutional lewanan Pa” ._s_._..,._...-m Unexpired 2_Year Term amendment may be proposed by initiative petition. it signed by electors equal in number to tour percent of the resident population of the state at the last federal decennial census. the petition for a constitutional amendment may be submitted to the secretary at state. An initiative to amend the constitution may be placed on the ballot only at a general election. ll electors approve an initiative for a constitutional amendment, the amendment must be submitted to the subsgguent legislative assembly. lithe initiative is a roved b a ma'ori of members 0 each house in the legislative assembly, the initiative is deemed enacted. it the legislative Vote for no more than ONE name c .; Roger J Clemens <': Dion Steinley Governor and Lt. Governor Vote for no more than ONE set of names <7; DuWayne Hendrickson and Joshua Voytek Libertarian Party : «1 Dey J Muckle t‘\ l . Luau...“~ _..... *1: Doug Burgum and Supervisor, Soil Conservation Brent Sanford District assembly does not approve the initiative. the , Republican Party Golden Vane county 30" initiative must be placed on the ballot at the next l a“; Shelley Lenz and Ben Vig general election. it the map rity of votes cast on the initiative are affirmative the initiative is deemed enacted. All other provisions relating tol I Conservat on District Vote for no more than ONE name DemocratioNPL Party Official Ballot GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY November 3, 2020 ’7 PaulJSchmitz Wfi—mfi .\ i i Continue voting other side a All ballots, other than those used to vote absentee, must first be initialedE by appropriate election officials in ‘ order to be counted. "mom"... initials t. L. initiative measures apply hereteto initiative measures for oonstit‘titlbnal a ’ stated above. stated above. n“ ments. The estimated fiscal impact ol this measure is none. <i'i> Yes — Means you approve the measure as 111‘ No — Means you reject the measure as E l r. ‘ Hunters encouraged to haVe deer tested fOrCWD The North Dakota Game and Fish Department will continue its Hunter- Harvested Surveillance program during the 2020 hunting season by sampling deer for chronic wasting disease from units in the western third of the state. Samples from hunter-harVCsted deer taken will be tested from units 3A1, 3A2, 3A3 (that portion of the unit north of US. Highway 2), 3B1, 3C (that portion of the unit west of the Missouri River), 3E1, 3E2, 3Fl, '3F2, 4A, 4B and 4C. Game and Fish wildlife veteri- narian Dr. Charlie Bahnson said given the COVID situation, Game and Fish is focusing resources and personnel to prioritize hunter-har- vested surveillance in the northwest- ern and southwestern parts of the state where CWD is a little greater concern. In units where CWD is docu- mented, Bahnson said roughly 10% of license holders end up dropping off heads for sampling. Outside those units, in adjacent units, he said it’s more like 2-3%. That’s a number he would like to see increased quite a bit. “In hunting units where CWD is documented, it’s important to get a good handle on where and how com— mon it is,” Bahnson said. “But equally important, is documenting where CWD is not. “In order to be confident in saying that we don’t have CWD in a unit, we have to test a lot of heads,” continued Bahnson. “Only testing 10 heads doesn’t give you much confidence. But if we can get a lot of hunters to participate, if we can test a few hun- dred heads from each unit, then we can start to confidently make assess- ments of whether CWD is likely there or not. So, hunter surveillance is a critical part of the big picture.” Hunters are encouraged to drop Off the head of an adult or yearling deer. Fawns and head—shot deer can— not be tested. Hunters wishing to keep the deer head can bring it to a Game and Fish district office during business hours to have it sampled. The department will attempt to provide results within three weeks, however, delays may occur. Results for lottery licenses can be viewed by logging on to their Game and Fish account and clicking on “Additional Info” for the associated license. Re- sults for first—come, first-served li- censes will be sent via email. To add or update contact information, visit My Account at the department’s website, gf.nd.gov. Hunters should note a carcass or head of a deer taken from units 3A1, 3B1, 3F2, 4B and 4C may not be transported to a collection site out- side of the unit. Exception: hunters can transport the whole deer carcass between adjoining CWD‘carcass re- stricted units. More information on CWD, in- cluding transportation restrictions, is available at the Game and Fish web- site. Here are some ‘of the locations where deer heads can be left: Alexander — Sather Lake Recre~ ation Area State: HOW tO vote if you reCently moved The N.D. Secretary of State's Of— fice and North Dakota Department of Transportation reminds residents of steps they can take if they moved and changed their address recently and want to vote in the elec— tion. Most North Dakota driver li- censes and nondriver ID card ad- dresses can be updated at no cost by going online on NDDOT’s website dot.nd.gov a couple of days before you vote. The card does not need to be replaced because, by notifying NDDOT, the voter record is updated and can be verified at any polling lo- cation in North Dakota. For detailed instructions on updating your driver license address visit NDDOT’s web— site. ’ ' Commercial Driver License (CDL) drivers are required to sched— ule an appointment to update their address. However, they can still vote in the election if they bring a sup- plemental proof of address such as a utility bill. A North Dakota driver license, nondriver ID card, Tribal govem— ment issued ID document and Long term care identification certifi— cate are the primary methods of identification that are used when vot— ing. State law does not allow driver licenses from other states to be used as identification for voting in North Dakota. If you are a new resident to North Dakota, you need to make an appointment for a new driver license or ID Card on NDDOT’s website at dot.nd.gov or call 1-855-633-6835. - Other supplemental address documents can be brought to the vot- ing facility and used for proof of your new address which include: A current utility bill; - A current bank statement; 0 A check issued by a federal, state, local, or tribal government (in- cluding those issued by BIA for a tribe located in North Dakota, any other tribal agency or entity, or any other document that sets forth the tribal member's name, date of birth, and current North Dakota residential address); 0 A paycheck; or r A document issued by a federal, state, local, or tribal government For a complete list of supplemen- tal address documentation needed for voting contact the North Dakota Secretary of State’s office at (701) 328—2900 or visit the vote.nd.gov website. More voter information is also available on the ND Secretary of State’s website. 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