OFFICIAL BALLOT - General Election

OFFICIAL BALLOT - General Election

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Bear Creek Township, Precinct 1 CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 3RD DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Charles MacInnis Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Richard Bernstein Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Kerry L. Morgan Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0001 Spl:01 Bear Creek Township Precinct 1 Petoskey Public Schools 11 40 41 42 43 51 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Mark Ashley Mary Ling Kathleen Reed Keith Szajnecki BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Partial Term Ending 12/31/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Frank Lamberti PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS I. BONDING PROPOSAL Shall Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, borrow the sum of not to exceed Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000) and issue its general obligation unlimited tax bonds therefor, for the purpose of: constructing, equipping, developing and improving the school district's athletic facilities including, but not limited to, a stadium, track and play fields, tennis courts, team rooms, dugouts and locker room additions to the high school; and acquiring, developing and improving the site? The following is for informational purposes only: The estimated millage that will be levied for the proposed bonds in 2015, under current law, is .50 mill ($0.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The maximum number of years the bonds may be outstanding, exclusive of any refunding, is ten (10) years. The estimated simple average annual millage anticipated to be required to retire this bond debt is 1.04 mills ($1.04 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The school district does not expect to borrow from the State to pay debt service on the bonds. The total amount of qualified bonds currently outstanding is $14,500,000. The total amount of qualified loans currently outstanding is $-0-. The estimated computed millage rate may change based on changes in certain circumstances. (Pursuant to State law, expenditures of bond proceeds must be audited, and the proceeds cannot be used for repair or maintenance costs, teacher, administrator or employee salaries, or other operating expenses.) YES NO PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS II. OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL This proposal will allow the school district to levy the statutory rate of 18 mills on all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, required for the school district to receive its revenue per pupil foundation allowance and renews millage that will expire with the 2014 tax levy.

Shall the currently authorized millage rate limitation of 18 mills ($18.00 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, in Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, be renewed for a period of 4 years, 2015 to 2018, inclusive, to provide funds for operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2015 is approximately $14,234,176 (this is a renewal of millage which will expire with the 2014 tax levy)? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0001 Spl:01 Bear Creek Township Precinct 1 Petoskey Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Bear Creek Township, Precinct 2A CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 5TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Bert Notestine Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L. Morgan JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0002 Spl:01 Bear Creek Township Precinct 2A Petoskey Public Schools 11 40 41 42 43 52 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Mary Ling Kathleen Reed Keith Szajnecki Mark Ashley BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Partial Term Ending 12/31/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Frank Lamberti PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS I. BONDING PROPOSAL Shall Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, borrow the sum of not to exceed Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000) and issue its general obligation unlimited tax bonds therefor, for the purpose of: constructing, equipping, developing and improving the school district's athletic facilities including, but not limited to, a stadium, track and play fields, tennis courts, team rooms, dugouts and locker room additions to the high school; and acquiring, developing and improving the site? The following is for informational purposes only: The estimated millage that will be levied for the proposed bonds in 2015, under current law, is .50 mill ($0.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The maximum number of years the bonds may be outstanding, exclusive of any refunding, is ten (10) years. The estimated simple average annual millage anticipated to be required to retire this bond debt is 1.04 mills ($1.04 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The school district does not expect to borrow from the State to pay debt service on the bonds. The total amount of qualified bonds currently outstanding is $14,500,000. The total amount of qualified loans currently outstanding is $-0-. The estimated computed millage rate may change based on changes in certain circumstances. (Pursuant to State law, expenditures of bond proceeds must be audited, and the proceeds cannot be used for repair or maintenance costs, teacher, administrator or employee salaries, or other operating expenses.) YES NO PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS II. OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL This proposal will allow the school district to levy the statutory rate of 18 mills on all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, required for the school district to receive its revenue per pupil foundation allowance and renews millage that will expire with the 2014 tax levy.

Shall the currently authorized millage rate limitation of 18 mills ($18.00 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, in Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, be renewed for a period of 4 years, 2015 to 2018, inclusive, to provide funds for operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2015 is approximately $14,234,176 (this is a renewal of millage which will expire with the 2014 tax levy)? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0002 Spl:01 Bear Creek Township Precinct 2A Petoskey Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Bear Creek Township, Precinct 2B CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 7TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Les Atchison Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein Doug Dern JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L. Morgan Deborah A. Thomas JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0002 Spl:02 Bear Creek Township Precinct 2B Petoskey Public Schools 11 40 41 42 43 52 21 22 62 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Kathleen Reed Keith Szajnecki Mark Ashley Mary Ling BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Partial Term Ending 12/31/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Frank Lamberti PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS I. BONDING PROPOSAL Shall Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, borrow the sum of not to exceed Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000) and issue its general obligation unlimited tax bonds therefor, for the purpose of: constructing, equipping, developing and improving the school district's athletic facilities including, but not limited to, a stadium, track and play fields, tennis courts, team rooms, dugouts and locker room additions to the high school; and acquiring, developing and improving the site? The following is for informational purposes only: The estimated millage that will be levied for the proposed bonds in 2015, under current law, is .50 mill ($0.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The maximum number of years the bonds may be outstanding, exclusive of any refunding, is ten (10) years. The estimated simple average annual millage anticipated to be required to retire this bond debt is 1.04 mills ($1.04 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The school district does not expect to borrow from the State to pay debt service on the bonds. The total amount of qualified bonds currently outstanding is $14,500,000. The total amount of qualified loans currently outstanding is $-0-. The estimated computed millage rate may change based on changes in certain circumstances. (Pursuant to State law, expenditures of bond proceeds must be audited, and the proceeds cannot be used for repair or maintenance costs, teacher, administrator or employee salaries, or other operating expenses.) YES NO PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS II. OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL This proposal will allow the school district to levy the statutory rate of 18 mills on all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, required for the school district to receive its revenue per pupil foundation allowance and renews millage that will expire with the 2014 tax levy.

Shall the currently authorized millage rate limitation of 18 mills ($18.00 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, in Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, be renewed for a period of 4 years, 2015 to 2018, inclusive, to provide funds for operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2015 is approximately $14,234,176 (this is a renewal of millage which will expire with the 2014 tax levy)? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0002 Spl:02 Bear Creek Township Precinct 2B Petoskey Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Bear Creek Township, Precinct 3A CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 5TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Bert Notestine Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein Doug Dern Bill Murphy JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Kerry L. Morgan Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0003 Spl:01 Bear Creek Township Precinct 3A Petoskey Public Schools 11 40 41 42 43 53 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Keith Szajnecki Mark Ashley Mary Ling Kathleen Reed BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Partial Term Ending 12/31/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Frank Lamberti PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS I. BONDING PROPOSAL Shall Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, borrow the sum of not to exceed Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000) and issue its general obligation unlimited tax bonds therefor, for the purpose of: constructing, equipping, developing and improving the school district's athletic facilities including, but not limited to, a stadium, track and play fields, tennis courts, team rooms, dugouts and locker room additions to the high school; and acquiring, developing and improving the site? The following is for informational purposes only: The estimated millage that will be levied for the proposed bonds in 2015, under current law, is .50 mill ($0.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The maximum number of years the bonds may be outstanding, exclusive of any refunding, is ten (10) years. The estimated simple average annual millage anticipated to be required to retire this bond debt is 1.04 mills ($1.04 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The school district does not expect to borrow from the State to pay debt service on the bonds. The total amount of qualified bonds currently outstanding is $14,500,000. The total amount of qualified loans currently outstanding is $-0-. The estimated computed millage rate may change based on changes in certain circumstances. (Pursuant to State law, expenditures of bond proceeds must be audited, and the proceeds cannot be used for repair or maintenance costs, teacher, administrator or employee salaries, or other operating expenses.) YES NO PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS II. OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL This proposal will allow the school district to levy the statutory rate of 18 mills on all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, required for the school district to receive its revenue per pupil foundation allowance and renews millage that will expire with the 2014 tax levy.

Shall the currently authorized millage rate limitation of 18 mills ($18.00 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, in Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, be renewed for a period of 4 years, 2015 to 2018, inclusive, to provide funds for operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2015 is approximately $14,234,176 (this is a renewal of millage which will expire with the 2014 tax levy)? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0003 Spl:01 Bear Creek Township Precinct 3A Petoskey Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Bear Creek Township, Precinct 3B CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 7TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Les Atchison Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L. Morgan JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0003 Spl:02 Bear Creek Township Precinct 3B Petoskey Public Schools 11 40 41 42 43 53 21 22 62 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Mark Ashley Mary Ling Kathleen Reed Keith Szajnecki BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Partial Term Ending 12/31/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Frank Lamberti PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS I. BONDING PROPOSAL Shall Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, borrow the sum of not to exceed Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000) and issue its general obligation unlimited tax bonds therefor, for the purpose of: constructing, equipping, developing and improving the school district's athletic facilities including, but not limited to, a stadium, track and play fields, tennis courts, team rooms, dugouts and locker room additions to the high school; and acquiring, developing and improving the site? The following is for informational purposes only: The estimated millage that will be levied for the proposed bonds in 2015, under current law, is .50 mill ($0.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The maximum number of years the bonds may be outstanding, exclusive of any refunding, is ten (10) years. The estimated simple average annual millage anticipated to be required to retire this bond debt is 1.04 mills ($1.04 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The school district does not expect to borrow from the State to pay debt service on the bonds. The total amount of qualified bonds currently outstanding is $14,500,000. The total amount of qualified loans currently outstanding is $-0-. The estimated computed millage rate may change based on changes in certain circumstances. (Pursuant to State law, expenditures of bond proceeds must be audited, and the proceeds cannot be used for repair or maintenance costs, teacher, administrator or employee salaries, or other operating expenses.) YES NO PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS II. OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL This proposal will allow the school district to levy the statutory rate of 18 mills on all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, required for the school district to receive its revenue per pupil foundation allowance and renews millage that will expire with the 2014 tax levy.

Shall the currently authorized millage rate limitation of 18 mills ($18.00 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, in Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, be renewed for a period of 4 years, 2015 to 2018, inclusive, to provide funds for operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2015 is approximately $14,234,176 (this is a renewal of millage which will expire with the 2014 tax levy)? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0003 Spl:02 Bear Creek Township Precinct 3B Petoskey Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Bliss Township, Precinct 1 CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 James E. Tamlyn Republican David James Laughbaum No Party Affiliation NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Richard Bernstein Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L.

Morgan Deborah A. Thomas JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J. Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0004 Spl:01 Bliss Township Precinct 1 Pellston Public Schools 11 40 41 42 43 54 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc.

1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PELLSTON SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Robert Thomson Mark Zink PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0004 Spl:01 Bliss Township Precinct 1 Pellston Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Carp Lake Township, Precinct 1A CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 James E. Tamlyn Republican David James Laughbaum No Party Affiliation NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Kerry L. Morgan Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0005 Spl:01 Carp Lake Township Precinct 1A Pellston Public Schools 11 40 41 42 44 51 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PELLSTON SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Robert Thomson Mark Zink PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0005 Spl:01 Carp Lake Township Precinct 1A Pellston Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Carp Lake Township, Precinct 1B CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 James E. Tamlyn Republican David James Laughbaum No Party Affiliation NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein Doug Dern JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L.

Morgan JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J. Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0005 Spl:02 Carp Lake Township Precinct 1B Mackinaw City Public Schools 11 40 41 42 44 51 21 22 62 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc.

1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER MACKINAW CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Dan Durant Steve Powers D. Sam Staffan Michael E. Zynewicz BOARD MEMBER MACKINAW CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Partial Term Ending 12/31/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Vince Rogala PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0005 Spl:02 Carp Lake Township Precinct 1B Mackinaw City Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Center Township, Precinct 1 CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 James E. Tamlyn Republican David James Laughbaum No Party Affiliation NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein Doug Dern Bill Murphy JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L.

Morgan Deborah A. Thomas JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J. Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0006 Spl:01 Center Township Precinct 1 Pellston Public Schools 11 40 41 42 44 52 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc.

1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PELLSTON SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Robert Thomson Mark Zink PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0006 Spl:01 Center Township Precinct 1 Pellston Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Cross Village Township, Precinct 1 CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 James E. Tamlyn Republican David James Laughbaum No Party Affiliation NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Kerry L. Morgan Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0007 Spl:01 Cross Village Township Precinct 1 Harbor Springs Public Schools 11 40 41 42 44 53 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER HARBOR SPRINGS SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Brad Backus Scott Cameron Tim Davis Robert Fuhrman Diane Novak PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT HARBOR SPRINGS PUBLIC SCHOOLS OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL (EXCLUDING PRINCIPAL RESIDENCE AND OTHER EXEMPT PROPERTY) This proposal will allow the School District to continue to levy not more than the rate of 13.9911 mills against all property except principal residence and other property exempted by law, required for the School District to receive its revenue per pupil foundation allowance.

Shall the previous voted increase in the constitutional tax rate limitation on the amount of taxes imposed upon all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, within the school district of Harbor Springs Public Schools, Emmet County, Michigan, be renewed in the amount of 14.9985 mills ($14.9985 per $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of two (2) years, 2015 and 2016, to enable the School District to levy such part of the increase as is necessary to maintain a maximum levy of 13.9911 mills ($13.9911 per $1,000 of taxable valuation) to provide funds for school operating purposes (such renewal is estimated to provide revenues of approximately $9,398,000 in 2015, the first year of the levy)?

YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0007 Spl:01 Cross Village Township Precinct 1 Harbor Springs Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Friendship Township, Precinct 1 CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 2ND DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Larry Cassidy Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Richard Bernstein Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L. Morgan JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0008 Spl:01 Friendship Township Precinct 1 Harbor Springs Public Schools 11 40 41 42 44 54 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER HARBOR SPRINGS SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Scott Cameron Tim Davis Robert Fuhrman Diane Novak Brad Backus PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT HARBOR SPRINGS PUBLIC SCHOOLS OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL (EXCLUDING PRINCIPAL RESIDENCE AND OTHER EXEMPT PROPERTY) This proposal will allow the School District to continue to levy not more than the rate of 13.9911 mills against all property except principal residence and other property exempted by law, required for the School District to receive its revenue per pupil foundation allowance.

Shall the previous voted increase in the constitutional tax rate limitation on the amount of taxes imposed upon all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, within the school district of Harbor Springs Public Schools, Emmet County, Michigan, be renewed in the amount of 14.9985 mills ($14.9985 per $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of two (2) years, 2015 and 2016, to enable the School District to levy such part of the increase as is necessary to maintain a maximum levy of 13.9911 mills ($13.9911 per $1,000 of taxable valuation) to provide funds for school operating purposes (such renewal is estimated to provide revenues of approximately $9,398,000 in 2015, the first year of the levy)?

YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0008 Spl:01 Friendship Township Precinct 1 Harbor Springs Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan City of Harbor Springs, Precinct 1 CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 3RD DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Charles MacInnis Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L. Morgan Deborah A. Thomas JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0009 Spl:01 City of Harbor Springs Precinct 1 Harbor Springs Public Schools 11 40 41 42 45 51 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson CITY MAYOR Vote for not more than 1 Pringle Pfeifer COUNCIL MEMBER Vote for not more than 2 Alan Dika Matthew Bugera LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER HARBOR SPRINGS SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Tim Davis Robert Fuhrman Diane Novak Brad Backus Scott Cameron PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT HARBOR SPRINGS PUBLIC SCHOOLS OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL (EXCLUDING PRINCIPAL RESIDENCE AND OTHER EXEMPT PROPERTY) This proposal will allow the School District to continue to levy not more than the rate of 13.9911 mills against all property except principal residence and other property exempted by law, required for the School District to receive its revenue per pupil foundation allowance.

Shall the previous voted increase in the constitutional tax rate limitation on the amount of taxes imposed upon all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, within the school district of Harbor Springs Public Schools, Emmet County, Michigan, be renewed in the amount of 14.9985 mills ($14.9985 per $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of two (2) years, 2015 and 2016, to enable the School District to levy such part of the increase as is necessary to maintain a maximum levy of 13.9911 mills ($13.9911 per $1,000 of taxable valuation) to provide funds for school operating purposes (such renewal is estimated to provide revenues of approximately $9,398,000 in 2015, the first year of the levy)?

YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0009 Spl:01 City of Harbor Springs Precinct 1 Harbor Springs Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Little Traverse Township, Precinct 1A CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 3RD DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Charles MacInnis Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein Doug Dern JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Kerry L. Morgan Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0010 Spl:01 Little Traverse Township Precinct 1A Alanson Public Schools 11 40 41 42 45 52 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER ALANSON SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Tracy Lowery Catherine Stonhouse Joshua D. Wyatt BOARD MEMBER ALANSON SCHOOL DISTRICT Partial Term Ending 12/31/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Angela M. Wicker PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0010 Spl:01 Little Traverse Township Precinct 1A Alanson Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Little Traverse Township, Precinct 1B CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 3RD DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Charles MacInnis Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein Doug Dern Bill Murphy JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L. Morgan JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0010 Spl:02 Little Traverse Township Precinct 1B Harbor Springs Public Schools 11 40 41 42 45 52 21 22 62 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER HARBOR SPRINGS SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Robert Fuhrman Diane Novak Brad Backus Scott Cameron Tim Davis PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT HARBOR SPRINGS PUBLIC SCHOOLS OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL (EXCLUDING PRINCIPAL RESIDENCE AND OTHER EXEMPT PROPERTY) This proposal will allow the School District to continue to levy not more than the rate of 13.9911 mills against all property except principal residence and other property exempted by law, required for the School District to receive its revenue per pupil foundation allowance.

Shall the previous voted increase in the constitutional tax rate limitation on the amount of taxes imposed upon all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, within the school district of Harbor Springs Public Schools, Emmet County, Michigan, be renewed in the amount of 14.9985 mills ($14.9985 per $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of two (2) years, 2015 and 2016, to enable the School District to levy such part of the increase as is necessary to maintain a maximum levy of 13.9911 mills ($13.9911 per $1,000 of taxable valuation) to provide funds for school operating purposes (such renewal is estimated to provide revenues of approximately $9,398,000 in 2015, the first year of the levy)?

YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0010 Spl:02 Little Traverse Township Precinct 1B Harbor Springs Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Little Traverse Township, Precinct 1C CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 3RD DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Charles MacInnis Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L. Morgan Deborah A. Thomas JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0010 Spl:03 Little Traverse Township Precinct 1C Petoskey Public School 11 40 41 42 45 52 21 23 62 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Mary Ling Kathleen Reed Keith Szajnecki Mark Ashley BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Partial Term Ending 12/31/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Frank Lamberti PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS I. BONDING PROPOSAL Shall Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, borrow the sum of not to exceed Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000) and issue its general obligation unlimited tax bonds therefor, for the purpose of: constructing, equipping, developing and improving the school district's athletic facilities including, but not limited to, a stadium, track and play fields, tennis courts, team rooms, dugouts and locker room additions to the high school; and acquiring, developing and improving the site? The following is for informational purposes only: The estimated millage that will be levied for the proposed bonds in 2015, under current law, is .50 mill ($0.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The maximum number of years the bonds may be outstanding, exclusive of any refunding, is ten (10) years. The estimated simple average annual millage anticipated to be required to retire this bond debt is 1.04 mills ($1.04 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The school district does not expect to borrow from the State to pay debt service on the bonds. The total amount of qualified bonds currently outstanding is $14,500,000. The total amount of qualified loans currently outstanding is $-0-. The estimated computed millage rate may change based on changes in certain circumstances. (Pursuant to State law, expenditures of bond proceeds must be audited, and the proceeds cannot be used for repair or maintenance costs, teacher, administrator or employee salaries, or other operating expenses.) YES NO PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS II. OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL This proposal will allow the school district to levy the statutory rate of 18 mills on all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, required for the school district to receive its revenue per pupil foundation allowance and renews millage that will expire with the 2014 tax levy.

Shall the currently authorized millage rate limitation of 18 mills ($18.00 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, in Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, be renewed for a period of 4 years, 2015 to 2018, inclusive, to provide funds for operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2015 is approximately $14,234,176 (this is a renewal of millage which will expire with the 2014 tax levy)? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0010 Spl:03 Little Traverse Township Precinct 1C Petoskey Public School D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Littlefield Township, Precinct 1A CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 4TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Plasencia Republican Bob Cross No Party Affiliation NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Richard Bernstein Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Kerry L. Morgan Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0011 Spl:01 Littlefield Township Precinct 1A Alanson Public Schools 11 40 41 42 45 53 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER ALANSON SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Tracy Lowery Catherine Stonhouse Joshua D. Wyatt BOARD MEMBER ALANSON SCHOOL DISTRICT Partial Term Ending 12/31/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Angela M. Wicker PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0011 Spl:01 Littlefield Township Precinct 1A Alanson Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Littlefield Township, Precinct 1B CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 4TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Plasencia Republican Bob Cross No Party Affiliation NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L.

Morgan JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J. Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0011 Spl:02 Littlefield Township Precinct 1B Petoskey Public Schools 11 40 41 42 45 53 21 22 62 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc.

1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Kathleen Reed Keith Szajnecki Mark Ashley Mary Ling BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Partial Term Ending 12/31/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Frank Lamberti PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS I. BONDING PROPOSAL Shall Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, borrow the sum of not to exceed Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000) and issue its general obligation unlimited tax bonds therefor, for the purpose of: constructing, equipping, developing and improving the school district's athletic facilities including, but not limited to, a stadium, track and play fields, tennis courts, team rooms, dugouts and locker room additions to the high school; and acquiring, developing and improving the site? The following is for informational purposes only: The estimated millage that will be levied for the proposed bonds in 2015, under current law, is .50 mill ($0.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The maximum number of years the bonds may be outstanding, exclusive of any refunding, is ten (10) years. The estimated simple average annual millage anticipated to be required to retire this bond debt is 1.04 mills ($1.04 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The school district does not expect to borrow from the State to pay debt service on the bonds. The total amount of qualified bonds currently outstanding is $14,500,000. The total amount of qualified loans currently outstanding is $-0-. The estimated computed millage rate may change based on changes in certain circumstances. (Pursuant to State law, expenditures of bond proceeds must be audited, and the proceeds cannot be used for repair or maintenance costs, teacher, administrator or employee salaries, or other operating expenses.) YES NO PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS II. OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL This proposal will allow the school district to levy the statutory rate of 18 mills on all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, required for the school district to receive its revenue per pupil foundation allowance and renews millage that will expire with the 2014 tax levy.

Shall the currently authorized millage rate limitation of 18 mills ($18.00 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, in Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, be renewed for a period of 4 years, 2015 to 2018, inclusive, to provide funds for operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2015 is approximately $14,234,176 (this is a renewal of millage which will expire with the 2014 tax levy)? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0011 Spl:02 Littlefield Township Precinct 1B Petoskey Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Littlefield Township, Precinct 1C CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 4TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Plasencia Republican Bob Cross No Party Affiliation NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein Doug Dern JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L. Morgan Deborah A.

Thomas JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J. Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0011 Spl:03 Littlefield Township Precinct 1C Alanson Public Schools 11 40 41 42 45 53 21 23 62 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc.

1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson VILLAGE PRESIDENT VILLAGE OF ALANSON Vote for not more than 1 Richard Weidenhamer CLERK VILLAGE OF ALANSON Vote for not more than 1 Iris E. Lesh TRUSTEE VILLAGE OF ALANSON Vote for not more than 2 Marvin D. Blumke Robert Wanner TRUSTEE VILLAGE OF ALANSON Partial Term Ending 11/20/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Jeffrey R.

Muller LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER ALANSON SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Tracy Lowery Catherine Stonhouse Joshua D. Wyatt BOARD MEMBER ALANSON SCHOOL DISTRICT Partial Term Ending 12/31/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Angela M. Wicker PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game. - Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0011 Spl:03 Littlefield Township Precinct 1C Alanson Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Maple River Township, Precinct 1A CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 2ND DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Larry Cassidy Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein Doug Dern Bill Murphy JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Kerry L. Morgan Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0012 Spl:01 Maple River Township Precinct 1A Alanson Public Schools 11 40 41 42 45 54 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER ALANSON SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Tracy Lowery Catherine Stonhouse Joshua D. Wyatt BOARD MEMBER ALANSON SCHOOL DISTRICT Partial Term Ending 12/31/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Angela M. Wicker PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0012 Spl:01 Maple River Township Precinct 1A Alanson Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Maple River Township, Precinct 1B CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 2ND DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Larry Cassidy Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L. Morgan JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0012 Spl:02 Maple River Township Precinct 1B Pellson Public Schools 11 40 41 42 45 54 21 22 62 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PELLSTON SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Robert Thomson Mark Zink PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0012 Spl:02 Maple River Township Precinct 1B Pellson Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Maple River Township, Precinct 1C CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 2ND DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Larry Cassidy Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Richard Bernstein Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L. Morgan Deborah A. Thomas JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0012 Spl:03 Maple River Township Precinct 1C Pellston Public Schools 11 40 41 42 45 54 21 23 62 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson VILLAGE PRESIDENT VILLAGE OF PELLSTON Vote for not more than 1 James C. Gillett TREASURER VILLAGE OF PELLSTON Vote for not more than 1 Brenda Blakemore TRUSTEE VILLAGE OF PELLSTON Vote for not more than 6 Dwayne K. Aulgur Terry Bowman William E.

Jewell Matt Minzey M. Scott Robbins Jane A. Rose LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PELLSTON SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Robert Thomson Mark Zink PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game. - Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0012 Spl:03 Maple River Township Precinct 1C Pellston Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan McKinley Township, Precinct 1A CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 James E. Tamlyn Republican David James Laughbaum No Party Affiliation TOWNSHIP CLERK MCKINLEY TOWNSHIP Partial Term Ending 11/20/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Alicia L. Morrow Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Kerry L.

Morgan Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J. Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court Typ:01 Seq:0013 Spl:01 McKinley Township Precinct 1A Pellston Public Schools 11 40 41 42 46 51 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PELLSTON SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Robert Thomson Mark Zink PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0013 Spl:01 McKinley Township Precinct 1A Pellston Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan McKinley Township, Precinct 1B CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 James E. Tamlyn Republican David James Laughbaum No Party Affiliation TOWNSHIP CLERK MCKINLEY TOWNSHIP Partial Term Ending 11/20/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Alicia L. Morrow Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein Doug Dern JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Deborah A.

Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L. Morgan JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J. Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court Typ:01 Seq:0013 Spl:02 McKinley Township Precinct 1B Pellston Public Schools 11 40 41 42 46 51 21 22 62 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson VILLAGE PRESIDENT VILLAGE OF PELLSTON Vote for not more than 1 James C. Gillett TREASURER VILLAGE OF PELLSTON Vote for not more than 1 Brenda Blakemore TRUSTEE VILLAGE OF PELLSTON Vote for not more than 6 Terry Bowman William E.

Jewell Matt Minzey M. Scott Robbins Jane A. Rose Dwayne K. Aulgur LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PELLSTON SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Robert Thomson Mark Zink PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game. - Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0013 Spl:02 McKinley Township Precinct 1B Pellston Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan City of Petoskey, Precinct 1 CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 7TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Les Atchison Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein Doug Dern Bill Murphy JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L. Morgan Deborah A. Thomas JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0014 Spl:01 City of Petoskey Precinct 1 Petoskey Public Schools 11 40 41 42 46 52 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson CITY MAYOR Vote for not more than 1 Bill Fraser LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Keith Szajnecki Mark Ashley Mary Ling Kathleen Reed BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Partial Term Ending 12/31/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Frank Lamberti PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS I. BONDING PROPOSAL Shall Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, borrow the sum of not to exceed Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000) and issue its general obligation unlimited tax bonds therefor, for the purpose of: constructing, equipping, developing and improving the school district's athletic facilities including, but not limited to, a stadium, track and play fields, tennis courts, team rooms, dugouts and locker room additions to the high school; and acquiring, developing and improving the site? The following is for informational purposes only: The estimated millage that will be levied for the proposed bonds in 2015, under current law, is .50 mill ($0.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The maximum number of years the bonds may be outstanding, exclusive of any refunding, is ten (10) years. The estimated simple average annual millage anticipated to be required to retire this bond debt is 1.04 mills ($1.04 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The school district does not expect to borrow from the State to pay debt service on the bonds. The total amount of qualified bonds currently outstanding is $14,500,000. The total amount of qualified loans currently outstanding is $-0-. The estimated computed millage rate may change based on changes in certain circumstances. (Pursuant to State law, expenditures of bond proceeds must be audited, and the proceeds cannot be used for repair or maintenance costs, teacher, administrator or employee salaries, or other operating expenses.) YES NO PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS II. OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL This proposal will allow the school district to levy the statutory rate of 18 mills on all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, required for the school district to receive its revenue per pupil foundation allowance and renews millage that will expire with the 2014 tax levy.

Shall the currently authorized millage rate limitation of 18 mills ($18.00 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, in Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, be renewed for a period of 4 years, 2015 to 2018, inclusive, to provide funds for operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2015 is approximately $14,234,176 (this is a renewal of millage which will expire with the 2014 tax levy)? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0014 Spl:01 City of Petoskey Precinct 1 Petoskey Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan City of Petoskey, Precinct 2 CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 7TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Les Atchison Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Kerry L. Morgan Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0015 Spl:01 City of Petoskey Precinct 2 Petoskey Public Schools 11 40 41 42 46 53 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson CITY MAYOR Vote for not more than 1 Bill Fraser SECOND WARD COUNCIL MEMBER Vote for not more than 1 John Murphy LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Mark Ashley Mary Ling Kathleen Reed Keith Szajnecki BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Partial Term Ending 12/31/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Frank Lamberti PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS I. BONDING PROPOSAL Shall Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, borrow the sum of not to exceed Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000) and issue its general obligation unlimited tax bonds therefor, for the purpose of: constructing, equipping, developing and improving the school district's athletic facilities including, but not limited to, a stadium, track and play fields, tennis courts, team rooms, dugouts and locker room additions to the high school; and acquiring, developing and improving the site? The following is for informational purposes only: The estimated millage that will be levied for the proposed bonds in 2015, under current law, is .50 mill ($0.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The maximum number of years the bonds may be outstanding, exclusive of any refunding, is ten (10) years. The estimated simple average annual millage anticipated to be required to retire this bond debt is 1.04 mills ($1.04 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The school district does not expect to borrow from the State to pay debt service on the bonds. The total amount of qualified bonds currently outstanding is $14,500,000. The total amount of qualified loans currently outstanding is $-0-. The estimated computed millage rate may change based on changes in certain circumstances. (Pursuant to State law, expenditures of bond proceeds must be audited, and the proceeds cannot be used for repair or maintenance costs, teacher, administrator or employee salaries, or other operating expenses.) YES NO PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS II. OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL This proposal will allow the school district to levy the statutory rate of 18 mills on all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, required for the school district to receive its revenue per pupil foundation allowance and renews millage that will expire with the 2014 tax levy.

Shall the currently authorized millage rate limitation of 18 mills ($18.00 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, in Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, be renewed for a period of 4 years, 2015 to 2018, inclusive, to provide funds for operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2015 is approximately $14,234,176 (this is a renewal of millage which will expire with the 2014 tax levy)? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0015 Spl:01 City of Petoskey Precinct 2 Petoskey Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan City of Petoskey, Precinct 3 CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 6TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Shawn R. Wonnacott Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Richard Bernstein Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L. Morgan JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0016 Spl:01 City of Petoskey Precinct 3 Petoskey Public Schools 11 40 41 42 46 54 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson CITY MAYOR Vote for not more than 1 Bill Fraser LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Mary Ling Kathleen Reed Keith Szajnecki Mark Ashley BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Partial Term Ending 12/31/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Frank Lamberti PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS I. BONDING PROPOSAL Shall Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, borrow the sum of not to exceed Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000) and issue its general obligation unlimited tax bonds therefor, for the purpose of: constructing, equipping, developing and improving the school district's athletic facilities including, but not limited to, a stadium, track and play fields, tennis courts, team rooms, dugouts and locker room additions to the high school; and acquiring, developing and improving the site? The following is for informational purposes only: The estimated millage that will be levied for the proposed bonds in 2015, under current law, is .50 mill ($0.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The maximum number of years the bonds may be outstanding, exclusive of any refunding, is ten (10) years. The estimated simple average annual millage anticipated to be required to retire this bond debt is 1.04 mills ($1.04 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The school district does not expect to borrow from the State to pay debt service on the bonds. The total amount of qualified bonds currently outstanding is $14,500,000. The total amount of qualified loans currently outstanding is $-0-. The estimated computed millage rate may change based on changes in certain circumstances. (Pursuant to State law, expenditures of bond proceeds must be audited, and the proceeds cannot be used for repair or maintenance costs, teacher, administrator or employee salaries, or other operating expenses.) YES NO PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS II. OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL This proposal will allow the school district to levy the statutory rate of 18 mills on all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, required for the school district to receive its revenue per pupil foundation allowance and renews millage that will expire with the 2014 tax levy.

Shall the currently authorized millage rate limitation of 18 mills ($18.00 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, in Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, be renewed for a period of 4 years, 2015 to 2018, inclusive, to provide funds for operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2015 is approximately $14,234,176 (this is a renewal of millage which will expire with the 2014 tax levy)? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0016 Spl:01 City of Petoskey Precinct 3 Petoskey Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan City of Petoskey, Precinct 4 CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 7TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Les Atchison Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L. Morgan Deborah A. Thomas JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0017 Spl:01 City of Petoskey Precinct 4 Petoskey Public Schools 11 40 41 42 47 51 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson CITY MAYOR Vote for not more than 1 Bill Fraser FOURTH WARD COUNCIL MEMBER Vote for not more than 1 David Kraus Jeremy Wills LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Kathleen Reed Keith Szajnecki Mark Ashley Mary Ling BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Partial Term Ending 12/31/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Frank Lamberti PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS I. BONDING PROPOSAL Shall Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, borrow the sum of not to exceed Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000) and issue its general obligation unlimited tax bonds therefor, for the purpose of: constructing, equipping, developing and improving the school district's athletic facilities including, but not limited to, a stadium, track and play fields, tennis courts, team rooms, dugouts and locker room additions to the high school; and acquiring, developing and improving the site? The following is for informational purposes only: The estimated millage that will be levied for the proposed bonds in 2015, under current law, is .50 mill ($0.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The maximum number of years the bonds may be outstanding, exclusive of any refunding, is ten (10) years. The estimated simple average annual millage anticipated to be required to retire this bond debt is 1.04 mills ($1.04 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The school district does not expect to borrow from the State to pay debt service on the bonds. The total amount of qualified bonds currently outstanding is $14,500,000. The total amount of qualified loans currently outstanding is $-0-. The estimated computed millage rate may change based on changes in certain circumstances. (Pursuant to State law, expenditures of bond proceeds must be audited, and the proceeds cannot be used for repair or maintenance costs, teacher, administrator or employee salaries, or other operating expenses.) YES NO PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS II. OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL This proposal will allow the school district to levy the statutory rate of 18 mills on all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, required for the school district to receive its revenue per pupil foundation allowance and renews millage that will expire with the 2014 tax levy.

Shall the currently authorized millage rate limitation of 18 mills ($18.00 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, in Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, be renewed for a period of 4 years, 2015 to 2018, inclusive, to provide funds for operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2015 is approximately $14,234,176 (this is a renewal of millage which will expire with the 2014 tax levy)? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0017 Spl:01 City of Petoskey Precinct 4 Petoskey Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Pleasantview Township, Precinct 1A CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 2ND DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Larry Cassidy Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein Doug Dern JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Kerry L. Morgan Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0018 Spl:01 Pleasantview Township Precinct 1A Alanson Public Schools 11 40 41 42 47 52 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER ALANSON SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Tracy Lowery Catherine Stonhouse Joshua D. Wyatt BOARD MEMBER ALANSON SCHOOL DISTRICT Partial Term Ending 12/31/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Angela M. Wicker PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0018 Spl:01 Pleasantview Township Precinct 1A Alanson Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Pleasantview Township, Precinct 1B CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 2ND DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Larry Cassidy Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein Doug Dern Bill Murphy JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L. Morgan JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0018 Spl:02 Pleasantview Township Precinct 1B Harbor Springs Public Schools 11 40 41 42 47 52 21 22 62 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER HARBOR SPRINGS SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Diane Novak Brad Backus Scott Cameron Tim Davis Robert Fuhrman PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT HARBOR SPRINGS PUBLIC SCHOOLS OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL (EXCLUDING PRINCIPAL RESIDENCE AND OTHER EXEMPT PROPERTY) This proposal will allow the School District to continue to levy not more than the rate of 13.9911 mills against all property except principal residence and other property exempted by law, required for the School District to receive its revenue per pupil foundation allowance.

Shall the previous voted increase in the constitutional tax rate limitation on the amount of taxes imposed upon all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, within the school district of Harbor Springs Public Schools, Emmet County, Michigan, be renewed in the amount of 14.9985 mills ($14.9985 per $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of two (2) years, 2015 and 2016, to enable the School District to levy such part of the increase as is necessary to maintain a maximum levy of 13.9911 mills ($13.9911 per $1,000 of taxable valuation) to provide funds for school operating purposes (such renewal is estimated to provide revenues of approximately $9,398,000 in 2015, the first year of the levy)?

YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0018 Spl:02 Pleasantview Township Precinct 1B Harbor Springs Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Pleasantview Township, Precinct 1C CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 2ND DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Larry Cassidy Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L. Morgan Deborah A. Thomas JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0018 Spl:03 Pleasantview Township Precinct 1C Pellston Public Schools 11 40 41 42 47 52 21 23 62 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PELLSTON SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Robert Thomson Mark Zink PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0018 Spl:03 Pleasantview Township Precinct 1C Pellston Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Readmond Township, Precinct 1A CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 James E. Tamlyn Republican David James Laughbaum No Party Affiliation TOWNSHIP CLERK READMOND TOWNSHIP Partial Term Ending 11/20/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Sarah J. Krupa Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Richard Bernstein Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Kerry L.

Morgan Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J. Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court Typ:01 Seq:0019 Spl:01 Readmond Township Precinct 1A Harbor Springs Public Schools 11 40 41 42 47 53 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER HARBOR SPRINGS SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Brad Backus Scott Cameron Tim Davis Robert Fuhrman Diane Novak PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT HARBOR SPRINGS PUBLIC SCHOOLS OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL (EXCLUDING PRINCIPAL RESIDENCE AND OTHER EXEMPT PROPERTY) This proposal will allow the School District to continue to levy not more than the rate of 13.9911 mills against all property except principal residence and other property exempted by law, required for the School District to receive its revenue per pupil foundation allowance.

Shall the previous voted increase in the constitutional tax rate limitation on the amount of taxes imposed upon all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, within the school district of Harbor Springs Public Schools, Emmet County, Michigan, be renewed in the amount of 14.9985 mills ($14.9985 per $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of two (2) years, 2015 and 2016, to enable the School District to levy such part of the increase as is necessary to maintain a maximum levy of 13.9911 mills ($13.9911 per $1,000 of taxable valuation) to provide funds for school operating purposes (such renewal is estimated to provide revenues of approximately $9,398,000 in 2015, the first year of the levy)?

YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0019 Spl:01 Readmond Township Precinct 1A Harbor Springs Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Readmond Township, Precinct 1B CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 James E. Tamlyn Republican David James Laughbaum No Party Affiliation TOWNSHIP CLERK READMOND TOWNSHIP Partial Term Ending 11/20/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Sarah J. Krupa Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Deborah A.

Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L. Morgan JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J. Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court Typ:01 Seq:0019 Spl:02 Readmond Township Precinct 1B Pellston Public Schools 11 40 41 42 47 53 21 22 62 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PELLSTON SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Robert Thomson Mark Zink PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0019 Spl:02 Readmond Township Precinct 1B Pellston Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Resort Township, Precinct 1 CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 6TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Shawn R. Wonnacott Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein Doug Dern JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L. Morgan Deborah A. Thomas JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0020 Spl:01 Resort Township Precinct 1 Petoskey Public Schools 11 40 41 42 47 54 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Keith Szajnecki Mark Ashley Mary Ling Kathleen Reed BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Partial Term Ending 12/31/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Frank Lamberti PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS I. BONDING PROPOSAL Shall Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, borrow the sum of not to exceed Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000) and issue its general obligation unlimited tax bonds therefor, for the purpose of: constructing, equipping, developing and improving the school district's athletic facilities including, but not limited to, a stadium, track and play fields, tennis courts, team rooms, dugouts and locker room additions to the high school; and acquiring, developing and improving the site? The following is for informational purposes only: The estimated millage that will be levied for the proposed bonds in 2015, under current law, is .50 mill ($0.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The maximum number of years the bonds may be outstanding, exclusive of any refunding, is ten (10) years. The estimated simple average annual millage anticipated to be required to retire this bond debt is 1.04 mills ($1.04 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The school district does not expect to borrow from the State to pay debt service on the bonds. The total amount of qualified bonds currently outstanding is $14,500,000. The total amount of qualified loans currently outstanding is $-0-. The estimated computed millage rate may change based on changes in certain circumstances. (Pursuant to State law, expenditures of bond proceeds must be audited, and the proceeds cannot be used for repair or maintenance costs, teacher, administrator or employee salaries, or other operating expenses.) YES NO PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS II. OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL This proposal will allow the school district to levy the statutory rate of 18 mills on all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, required for the school district to receive its revenue per pupil foundation allowance and renews millage that will expire with the 2014 tax levy.

Shall the currently authorized millage rate limitation of 18 mills ($18.00 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, in Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, be renewed for a period of 4 years, 2015 to 2018, inclusive, to provide funds for operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2015 is approximately $14,234,176 (this is a renewal of millage which will expire with the 2014 tax levy)? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0020 Spl:01 Resort Township Precinct 1 Petoskey Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Springvale Township, Precinct 1 CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 4TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Plasencia Republican Bob Cross No Party Affiliation NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein Doug Dern Bill Murphy JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Kerry L. Morgan Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0021 Spl:01 Springvale Township Precinct 1 Petoskey Public Schools 11 40 41 42 48 51 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Mark Ashley Mary Ling Kathleen Reed Keith Szajnecki BOARD MEMBER PETOSKEY SCHOOL DISTRICT Partial Term Ending 12/31/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Frank Lamberti PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO TOWNSHIP PROPOSAL Springvale Township Road Millage Additional Millage Proposal Shall Springvale Township impose an increase of up to 1 mill ($1.00 per $1,000.00 of taxable value) in the tax limitation imposed under Article IX, Sec.

6 of the Michigan Constitution and levy it for 4 years, 2015 through 2018 inclusive, to accelerate repairing and improvements to local Springvale Township roads, raising an estimated $85,300.00 in the first year the millage is levied.

YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS I. BONDING PROPOSAL Shall Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, borrow the sum of not to exceed Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000) and issue its general obligation unlimited tax bonds therefor, for the purpose of: constructing, equipping, developing and improving the school district's athletic facilities including, but not limited to, a stadium, track and play fields, tennis courts, team rooms, dugouts and locker room additions to the high school; and acquiring, developing and improving the site? The following is for informational purposes only: The estimated millage that will be levied for the proposed bonds in 2015, under current law, is .50 mill ($0.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The maximum number of years the bonds may be outstanding, exclusive of any refunding, is ten (10) years. The estimated simple average annual millage anticipated to be required to retire this bond debt is 1.04 mills ($1.04 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).

The school district does not expect to borrow from the State to pay debt service on the bonds. The total amount of qualified bonds currently outstanding is $14,500,000. The total amount of qualified loans currently outstanding is $-0-. The estimated computed millage rate may change based on changes in certain circumstances. (Pursuant to State law, expenditures of bond proceeds must be audited, and the proceeds cannot be used for repair or maintenance costs, teacher, administrator or employee salaries, or other operating expenses.) YES NO PETOSKEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS II. OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL This proposal will allow the school district to levy the statutory rate of 18 mills on all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, required for the school district to receive its revenue per pupil foundation allowance and renews millage that will expire with the 2014 tax levy.

Shall the currently authorized millage rate limitation of 18 mills ($18.00 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, in Public Schools of Petoskey, Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan, be renewed for a period of 4 years, 2015 to 2018, inclusive, to provide funds for operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2015 is approximately $14,234,176 (this is a renewal of millage which will expire with the 2014 tax levy)? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0021 Spl:01 Springvale Township Precinct 1 Petoskey Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Wawatam Township, Precinct 1A CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 James E. Tamlyn Republican David James Laughbaum No Party Affiliation NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L.

Morgan JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J. Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0022 Spl:01 Wawatam Township Precinct 1A Pellston Public Schools 11 40 41 42 48 52 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc.

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CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER PELLSTON SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Robert Thomson Mark Zink PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0022 Spl:01 Wawatam Township Precinct 1A Pellston Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Wawatam Township, Precinct 1B CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 James E. Tamlyn Republican David James Laughbaum No Party Affiliation NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Richard Bernstein Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L.

Morgan Deborah A. Thomas JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J. Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0022 Spl:02 Wawatam Township Precinct 1B Mackinaw City Public Schools 11 40 41 42 48 52 21 22 62 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc.

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CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER MACKINAW CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Dan Durant Steve Powers D. Sam Staffan Michael E. Zynewicz BOARD MEMBER MACKINAW CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Partial Term Ending 12/31/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Vince Rogala PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0022 Spl:02 Wawatam Township Precinct 1B Mackinaw City Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan Wawatam Township, Precinct 1C CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S.

Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S. Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 James E. Tamlyn Republican David James Laughbaum No Party Affiliation NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Doug Dern Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Kerry L. Morgan Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0022 Spl:03 Wawatam Township Precinct 1C Mackinaw City Public Schools 11 40 41 42 48 52 21 23 62 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission VILLAGE PRESIDENT VILLAGE OF MACKINAW CITY Vote for not more than 1 Jeff Hingston Robert R. Heilman CLERK VILLAGE OF MACKINAW CITY Vote for not more than 1 Lana Jaggi TREASURER VILLAGE OF MACKINAW CITY Vote for not more than 1 Patricia Peppler TRUSTEE VILLAGE OF MACKINAW CITY Vote for not more than 3 Robert Glenn Scott P. Newman Richard R. Perlick Sandra L. Planisek LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER MACKINAW CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Dan Durant Steve Powers D.

Sam Staffan Michael E. Zynewicz BOARD MEMBER MACKINAW CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Partial Term Ending 12/31/2016 Vote for not more than 1 Vince Rogala PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game. - Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO VILLAGE VILLAGE OF MACKINAW Village Operating Millage Restoration Proposal Shall the Village of Mackinaw City be authorized to levy the following new millages on the taxable value of all taxable property in the Village of Mackinaw City in 2015 and thereafter, restoring the statutorily authorized amounts of these millages that have been reduced by Section 31 of Article IX of the State Constitution of 1963: - 1.8785 mills ($1.8785 per $1,000 of taxable value) to defray the general expenses and liabilities of the Village, increasing the millage rate for this purpose from 10.6215 mills to 12.50 mills ($10.6215 per $1,000 of taxable value to $12.50 per $1,000 of taxable value) and raising an estimated $172,460 in the first year of the levy; - 0.7515 mills ($0.7515 per $1,000 of taxable value) for highway and street purposes, increasing the millage rate for this purpose from 4.2485 mills to 5.00 mills ($4.2485 per $1,000 of taxable value to $5.00 per $1,000 of taxable value) and raising an estimated $68,993 in the first year of the levy; and - 0.1505 mills ($0.1505 per $1,000 of taxable value) for cemetery maintenance, increasing the millage rate for this purpose from 0.8495 mills to 1.00 mills ($0.8495 per $1,000 of taxable value to $1.00 per $1,000 of taxable value) and raising an estimated $13,817 in the first year of the levy?

If approved this proposal would authorize a total millage increase for these purposes of 2.7805 mills ($2.7805 per $1,000 of taxable value) raising an estimated $255,270 in the first year of the levy to be disbursed to the Village of Mackinaw City. YES NO Typ:01 Seq:0022 Spl:03 Wawatam Township Precinct 1C Mackinaw City Public Schools D D E E F F

OFFICIAL BALLOT General Election Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Emmet County, Michigan West Traverse Township, Precinct 1 CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot.

Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission PARTISAN SECTION STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET Vote for not more than 1 Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party U.S. Tax Payers Party Green Party Natural Law Party STATE GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Vote for not more than 1 Rick Snyder Brian Nelson Calley Republican Mark Schauer Lisa Brown Democratic Mary Buzuma Scotty Boman Libertarian Mark McFarlin Richard Mendoza U.S. Tax Payers Paul Homeniuk Candace R. Caveny Green SECRETARY OF STATE Vote for not more than 1 Ruth Johnson Republican Godfrey Dillard Democratic James Lewis Libertarian Robert Gale U.S.

Tax Payers Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law ATTORNEY GENERAL Vote for not more than 1 Bill Schuette Republican Mark Totten Democratic Justin M. Altman Libertarian Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers John Anthony La Pietra Green CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR Vote for not more than 1 Terri Lynn Land Republican Gary Peters Democratic Jim Fulner Libertarian Richard A. Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Chris Wahmhoff Green REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Dan Benishek Republican Jerry Cannon Democratic Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian Ellis Boal Green LEGISLATIVE STATE SENATOR 37TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Wayne A.

Schmidt Republican Phil Bellfy Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 107TH DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Lee Chatfield Republican Jim Page Democratic STATE BOARDS MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Vote for not more than 2 Maria Carl Republican Jonathan Tade Williams Republican Pamela Pugh Smith Democratic Casandra E. Ulbrich Democratic Kimberly Moore Libertarian Gregory Scott Stempfle Libertarian John Adams U.S. Tax Payers Karen Adams U.S. Tax Payers Sherry A. Wells Green Nikki Mattson Natural Law REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Vote for not more than 2 Rob Steele Republican Ronald Weiser Republican Mike Behm Democratic Kathy White Democratic James Lewis Hudler Libertarian John Jascob Libertarian Joe Sanger U.S.

Tax Payers Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Tax Payers Ian Swanson Green TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Melanie Foster Republican Jeff Sakwa Republican Faylene Owen Democratic George J. Perles Democratic Michael H. Miller Libertarian Raymond Moses Libertarian Crystal Van Sickle U.S. Tax Payers Stephen J. Young U.S. Tax Payers Adam Adrianson Green Terry Link Green Bridgette Guzman Natural Law STATE BOARDS GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY Vote for not more than 2 Michael Busuito Republican Satish Jasti Republican Marilyn Kelly Democratic Dana Alicia Thompson Democratic Dan Goebel Libertarian Brian Richard Wright Libertarian Shari A.

Matkin U.S. Tax Payers Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Tax Payers Margaret Guttshall Green Latham T. Redding Green Yolanda Robson Natural Law COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSIONER 2ND DISTRICT Vote for not more than 1 Larry Cassidy Republican NONPARTISAN SECTION JUDICIAL JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT Vote for not more than 2 Bill Murphy James Robert Redford Brian Zahra Justice of Supreme Court Richard Bernstein Doug Dern JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT INCUMBENT POSITION Partial Term Ending 01/01/2017 Vote for not more than 1 Deborah A. Thomas David Viviano Justice of Supreme Court Kerry L. Morgan JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 4TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 3 Michael J.

Kelly Judge of Court of Appeals Amy Ronayne Krause Judge of Court of Appeals Patrick Murphy Meter Judge of Court of Appeals JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT 90TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION Vote for not more than 1 James N. Erhart Judge of District Court COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES NORTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN COLLEGE Vote for not more than 3 David Kring Marion E. Kuebler Irma Kathleen Noel Typ:01 Seq:0023 Spl:01 West Traverse Township Precinct 1 Harbor Springs Public Schools 11 40 41 42 48 53 21 A A B B C C 7.4.2.0 / 012503-19 © Election Systems & Software, Inc. 1981, 2002

CHECK BOTH SIDES OF BALLOT: This ballot has two sides. Be certain to check the reverse side of this ballot. Printed by Authority of The Emmet County Election Commission INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CHARLEVOIX-EMMET INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Thelma Chellis Mary P. Jason Thomas Johnson LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER HARBOR SPRINGS SCHOOL DISTRICT Vote for not more than 3 Scott Cameron Tim Davis Robert Fuhrman Diane Novak Brad Backus PROPOSAL SECTION STATE PROPOSAL 14-1 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING AN OPEN SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS Public Act 520 of 2012 would: - Designate wolf as game.

- Allow an open hunting season for wolves and allow the Natural Resources Commission to schedule annual wolf hunting seasons.

- Provide criminal penalties for the unlawful possession or taking of wolves, but shield a person who lawfully captures or destroys a wolf from prosecution. - Require a person who wishes to hunt wolves to obtain a wolf hunting license. - Create a Wolf Management Advisory Council for the purpose of making nonbinding recommendations to the legislature regarding the proper management of wolves. Should this law be approved? YES NO PROPOSAL 14-2 A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION Public Act 21 of 2013 would: - Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate animals as game for hunting purposes without legislative action.

- Allow the NRC to establish the first open hunting season for newly designated game animals without legislative action. - Allow the NRC to schedule a wolf hunt. - Grant the Legislature the sole authority to remove a species from the list of designated game animals. - Eliminate the $1.00 hunting and fishing licensing fee for members of the military, whether stationed inside or outside of Michigan, subject to any lottery. - Give the NRC the sole authority to regulate fishing. Should this law be approved? YES NO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT HARBOR SPRINGS PUBLIC SCHOOLS OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL (EXCLUDING PRINCIPAL RESIDENCE AND OTHER EXEMPT PROPERTY) This proposal will allow the School District to continue to levy not more than the rate of 13.9911 mills against all property except principal residence and other property exempted by law, required for the School District to receive its revenue per pupil foundation allowance.

Shall the previous voted increase in the constitutional tax rate limitation on the amount of taxes imposed upon all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, within the school district of Harbor Springs Public Schools, Emmet County, Michigan, be renewed in the amount of 14.9985 mills ($14.9985 per $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of two (2) years, 2015 and 2016, to enable the School District to levy such part of the increase as is necessary to maintain a maximum levy of 13.9911 mills ($13.9911 per $1,000 of taxable valuation) to provide funds for school operating purposes (such renewal is estimated to provide revenues of approximately $9,398,000 in 2015, the first year of the levy)?

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