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Sample - Fayette County Government

Sample - Fayette County Government

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For County Board of Education Post 3 (Vote for One) MARION KEY (Incumbent) Republican Write-in NONPARTISAN ELECTION For Justice, Supreme Court of Georgia (To Succeed Robert Benham) (Vote for One) ROBERT BENHAM (Incumbent) Write-in For Justice, Supreme Court of Georgia (To Succeed Harris Hines) (Vote for One) HARRIS HINES (Incumbent) Write-in For Judge, Court of Appeals of Georgia (To Succeed Gary Andrews) (Vote for One) GARY B. ANDREWS (Incumbent) Write-in For Judge, Court of Appeals of Georgia (To Succeed Charles B. Mikell, Jr.) (Vote for One) CHARLES B. MIKELL, JR. (Incumbent) Write-in For Judge, Court of Appeals of Georgia (To Succeed John H. Ruffin) (Vote for One) TAMELA L. ADKINS SARA DOYLE BRUCE M. EDENFIELD CHRISTOPHER J. MCFADDEN PERRY J. MCGUIRE MICHAEL S. MEYER VON BREMEN MIKE SHEFFIELD Write-in SAMPLE For Judge, Superior For Judge of Court of Magistrate Court the Griffin Judicial Post 4 Circuit (Vote for One) (To Succeed Johnnie L. Caldwell, Jr.) (Vote for One) JASON B. THOMPSON JOHNNIE L. CALDWELL, JR. (Incumbent) Write-in For Judge, Superior Court of the Griffin Judicial Circuit (To Succeed Paschal A. English, Jr.) (Vote for One) PASCHAL A. ENGLISH, JR. (Incumbent) Write-in For Judge, Superior Court of the Griffin Judicial Circuit (To Succeed Tommy R. Hankinson) (Vote for One) TOMMY R. HANKINSON (Incumbent) Write-in For Judge of State Court of Fayette County (Vote for One) W. FLETCHER SAMS (Incumbent) Write-in For Judge of Magistrate Court Post 1 (Vote for One) JOSEPH A. (JOE) TINSLEY (Incumbent) Write-in For Judge of Magistrate Court Post 2 (Vote for One) CHARLES R. (CHUCK) FLOYD, JR. (Incumbent) Write-in For Judge of Magistrate Court Post 3 (Vote for One) SHEILA S. HUDDLESTON ROBERT (BOB) RUPPENTHAL (Inucmbent) Write-in JAMES A. WHITE (Incumbent) Write-in PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONA L AMENDMENTS YES NO - 1 - To encourage the preservation of Georgia's forests through a conservation use property tax reduction program. House Resolution No. 1276 Resolution Act No. 702 Ga. L. 2008, p. 1209 “Shall the Constitution of Georgia be amended so as to provide that the General Assembly by general law shall encourage the preservation, conservation, and protection of the state’s forests through the special assessment and taxation of certain forest lands and assistance grants to local government?” YES NO - 2 - To authorize local school districts to use tax funds for community redevelopment purposes. Senate Resolution No. 996 Resolution Act No. 777 Ga. L. 2008, p. 1211 “Shall the Constitution of Georgia be amended so as to authorize community redevelopment and authorize counties, municipalities, and local boards of education to use tax funds for redevelopment purposes and programs?” YES NO - 3 - To authorize the creation of special Infrastructure Development Districts providing infrastructure to underserved areas. Senate Resolution No. 309 Resolution Act No. 373 Ga. L. 2007, p. 775 "Shall the Constitution of Georgia be amended so as to authorize the General Assembly to provide by general law for the creation and comprehensive regulation of infrastructure development districts for the provision of infrastructure as authorized by local governments?" SAMPLE BACK Card 1 SEQ# 1 SPECIAL ELECTION Fayette County Educational SPLOST (Vote for One) "Shall a special one percent sales and use tax for educational purposes be imposed in Fayette County for a period not to exceed twenty (20) calendar quarters and for the purpose of raising not more than $115,000,000 of net proceeds by said tax, which shall go to the School District for the purpose of (i) paying a portion of the principal and interest due on School District Series 1999, 2001 & 2005, the maximum of amount of total debt service to be paid shall not exceed $38,000,000; (ii) adding to, renovating, repairing, improving, and equipping existing school buildings and school system facilities; (iii) acquiring miscellaneous new equipment, fixtures and furnishings for the school system, including technology infrastructure, equipment and software, safety and security equipment; (iv) acquiring textbooks; and (v) acquiring school buses and transportation and maintenance equipment, the maximum amount sales and use tax proceeds to be spent on projects (i) through (v) shall not exceed $115,000,000?" YES NO Referendum for the Sunday Sales of Alcoholic Beverages by the Drink (Vote for One) "Shall the governing authority of the City of Fayetteville, Georgia, be authorized to permit and regulate Sunday sales of distilled spirits or alcoholic beverages for beverage purposes by the drink?" YES NO Peachtree City General Obligation Recreational Facilities Bonds (Vote for One) "Shall $9,950,000 in aggregate principal amount of Peachtree City General Obligation Recreational Facilities Bonds be authorized to be issued?" YES NO

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