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Sample Ballots

7/21/2012



Republican

Public Service Commission

c Chuck Eaton incumbent

c Matt Reid

Public Service Commission

c Pam Davidson

c Stan Wise incumbent

U.S. Congress

* District 1

c Jack Kingston incumbent

State Senate

* District 3

c William Ligon incumbent

State House of Representatives

* District 167

c Jeff Chapman

c John Tuten

* District 179

c Alex Atwood incumbent

* District 180

c Jason Spencer incumbent

c Adam Jacobson

Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney

c Jacquelyn Johnson incumbent

c Jonathan Miller

Probate Court Judge

c Debra Howes incumbent

Clerk of Superior Court

c Lola Jamsky incumbent

c Donita Taylor

c Timothy Wilson

Sheriff

c Ron Corbett

c Neal Jump

Tax Commissioner

c Florence Dees incumbent

County Surveyor

c Robert Shupe incumbent

Coroner

c Jimmy Durden incumbent

Magistrate Court Chief Judge

c Timothy Barton incumbent

County Commission

* At-large, Post 2

c David Breland

c Bob Coleman incumbent

c Joyce Crosby-Deloach

c John Terris

* District 1 (North Glynn)

c Clifford Adams

c Michael Browning

* District 2 (Islands)

c Dale Provenzano

* District 5 (Brunswick)

c Anna Hall

c Robbie Tucker

c Tashawnta Wells

Board of Education

* At-large, Post 2

c L.A. Chancey

c Larry Lynch

c Jerry Mancil incumbent

* District 1 (North Glynn)

c Ingrid Metz

c Earl Perry

c Ray Snow incumbent

* District 3 (Northeast mainland)

c Noel Jensen

c John Madala incumbent

* District 5 (Brunswick)

c Darylynne "Dee" Rogers

Party Questions

1 - Should Georgia have casino gambling with funds going to education?

c Yes

c No

2 - Do you support ending the current practice of unlimited gifts from lobbyists to state legislators by imposing a $100 cap on such gifts?

c Yes

c No

3 - Should active duty military personnel who are under the age of 21 be allowed to obtain a Georgia weapons license?

c Yes

c No

4 - Should citizens who wish to vote in a primary election be required to register by their political party affiliation at least 30 days prior to such primary election?

c Yes

c No

5 - Should the Constitution of Georgia be amended so as to provide that the paramount right to life is vested in each innocent human being from his or her earliest biological beginning without regard to age, race, sex, health, function, or condition of dependency?

c Yes

c No

End of Republican Primary Ballot

Democratic

Public Service Commission

c Stephen Oppenheimer

U.S. Congress

* District 1

c Lesli Rae Messinger

c Nathan Russo

County Commission

* District 5 (Brunswick)

c Allen Booker

c Gary Cook

Board of Education

* District 5 (Brunswick)

c Venus Holmes incumbent

Party Questions

1 - Should the Georgia Constitution be amended to allow the state to override locally-elected school boards' decisions when it comes to the creation of charter schools in your county or city?

c Yes

c No

2 - Do you support ending current practice permitting unlimited gifts from lobbyists to state legislators?

c Yes

c No

3 - Should Georgia adopt an income tax credit for home energy costs to support the economic security of our families?

c Yes

c No

4 - Should Georgia reduce sales taxes on Made in Georgia products so as to support the growth of small businesses in our state?

c Yes

c No

5 - So that candidates' names appear on the ballot without political party affiliation, should elections for Glynn County commissioners and Glynn County School Board members be nonpartisan?

c Yes

c No

6 - Shall SB 486, the act that exempts residents 65 years of age and older from Glynn County School District ad-valorem taxes for educational purposes whose "Georgia net taxable income" is $40,000 or less, be amended to "total income" of $40,000 or less?

c Yes

c No

7 - Do you favor casino-style gambling in Glynn county?

c Yes

c No

8 - Do you favor Georgians being allowed to purchase electricity produced from solar photovoltaic panels on their property from equipment owned by a third party?

c Yes

c No

9 - Would you support an additional 1 cent sales tax designated to hire teachers and restore educational programs to supplement the state funding for Glynn County schools?

c Yes

c No

End of Democratic Primary Ballot

Nonpartisan elections

Georgia Supreme Court Justice

c Carol W. Hunstein incumbent

Georgia Supreme Court Justice

c Harold D. Melton incumbent

Georgia Supreme Court Justice

c Hugh P. Thompson incumbent

Georgia Court of Appeals Judge

c Keith R. Blackwell incumbent

Georgia Court of Appeals Judge

c Michael P. Boggs incumbent

Georgia Court of Appeals Judge

c Stephen Dillard incumbent

Georgia Court of Appeals Judge

c John J. Ellington incumbent

Georgia Court of Appeals Judge

c M. Yvette Miller incumbent

Georgia Court of Appeals Judge

c Herbert Phipps incumbent

Brunswick Judicial Circuit Superior Court Judge

c Anthony Harrison incumbent

Brunswick Judicial Circuit Superior Court Judge

c Stephen Kelley incumbent

Brunswick Judicial Circuit Superior Court Judge

c Stephen Scarlett incumbent

Brunswick Judicial Circuit Superior Court Judge

c E.M. Wilkes III incumbent

State Court Judge

c Bart Altman

c Grant Buckley

c Wallace E. Harrell III

c Vince Sowerby

c Alan Tucker

State Court Solicitor

c Maria Lugue incumbent

Clerk of State Court

c Brenda Boone-Cove incumbent

Coastal Georgia District T-SPLOST

Provides for local transportation projects to create jobs, improve roads and safety with citizen oversight.

Shall Glynn County's transportation system and the transportation network in this region and the state be improved by providing for a 1 percent special district transportation sales and use tax for the purpose of transportation projects and programs for a period of ten years?

c Yes

c No

Brunswick-Glynn County Joint Water and Sewer Commission Referendum

Question 1

Shall the Act be approved which changes the membership of the Brunswick-Glynn County Joint Water and Sewer Commission?

c Yes

c No

Question 2

If a majority of the votes cast on this question are in favor of changing the membership of the Brunswick-Glynn County Joint Water and Sewer Commission, select the method of selecting the seven citizen members which you favor by choosing one option below. Vote for only one of the options below.

Option 1 - A seven member commission, two of whom are appointed one each by the respective governing authorities of the county and city, and five citizen members, three of whom are selected by the grand jury of Glynn County and two of whom are elected by the qualified electors of the entire county.

Option 2 - A seven member commission, two of whom are appointed one each by the respective governing authorities of the county and city, and five citizen members selected by the grand jury of Glynn County.

c Option 1

c Option 2

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