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GENERAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 7, 2017
BELMONT COUNTY, OHIO
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Instructions to Voter
To vote: completely darken the oval ( ) to the left of your choice.
Note the permitted number of choices directly below the title of each candidate office. Do not mark the ballot
for more choices than allowed.
If you mark the ballot for more choices than permitted, that contest or question will not be counted.
To vote for a write-in candidate: completely darken in the oval ( ) to the left of the blank line and write in
the candidate's name. Only votes cast for candidates who filed as write-in candidates can be counted.

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Do not write in a candidate's name if that person's name already is printed on the ballot for that same contest.
If you make a mistake or want to change your vote: return your ballot to an election official and get a new
ballot. You may ask for a new ballot up to two times.

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Issue 1 Issue 2
CITY OF ST. CLAIRSVILLE

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Rights for Crime Victims To require state agencies to
For President of Council not pay more for
Proposed Constitutional
(Vote for not more than 1) prescription drugs than the
Amendment
federal Department of
Timothy A. Porter Proposed by Initiative Petition Veterans Affairs and require
James C. Weisgerber
To repeal and replace the existing state payment of attorney
For Member of Council language in Section 10a of fees and expenses to
Article I of the Constitution of the specific individuals for

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(Second Ward)
(Vote for not more than 1) State of Ohio defense of the law

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A majority yes vote is necessary
Proposed Law

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Frank Sabatino for the amendment to pass.

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Proposed by Initiative Petition
TOWNSHIP OF RICHLAND To enact Chapter 194 of the Ohio
The proposed amendment would
expand the rights of victims under Revised Code
For Township Trustees the current Section 10a and require
(Vote for not more than 2) that the rights of victims be protected A majority yes vote is necessary
as vigorously as the rights of the for the law to pass.
Roger Devore accused. More specifically, for the
Rick Ferrell purpose of ensuring due process, To enact Chapter 194 of the Ohio
respect, fairness, and justice for Revised Code, which would:

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Kathy Kaluger crime victims and their families in the

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criminal and juvenile justice systems, Require the State of Ohio,
Jay A. Stephens the amendment would provide including its state departments,

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victims with: agencies and entities, to not pay
Gregory Clark
more for prescription drugs than
Charlie DeClemente the right to privacy and to be the price paid by the United
treated with respect, fairness, States Department of Veterans
and dignity; Affairs.
ST. CLAIRSVILLE
the right to information about the Establish that the individual
RICHLAND CITY SCHOOL rights and services available to petitioners responsible for
DISTRICT crime victims; proposing the law have a direct
the right to notification in a timely and personal stake in defending

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manner of all proceedings in the the law; require the State to pay

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For Member of case; petitioners reasonable attorney
Board of Education

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fees and other expenses;
(Vote for not more than 3) the right to be present and heard
require the petitioners to pay
at all court proceedings,
$10,000 to the State if the law is
including the right to petition the
James D. Cook held by a court to be
court to protect the victims
unenforceable and limit
Michael B. Jacob rights;
petitioners personal liability to
the right to a prompt conclusion that amount; and require the
Pamela A. Jones
of the case; Attorney General to defend the
to refuse discovery requests law if challenged in court.
made by the accused, except as

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SHALL THE PROPOSED

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authorized by Article I, Section
10 of the Ohio constitution;
LAW BE ADOPTED?

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the right to reasonable protection YES
from the accused;
NO
the right to notice of the release
or escape of the accused; and
the right to restitution.
The proposed amendment would not
establish a cause of action for
damages or compensation against

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the state or any political subdivision.
If approved, the amendment will be

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effective 90 days after the election.

SHALL THE AMENDMENT


BE APPROVED?

YES
NO

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Proposed Tax Levy
(Renewal)
Proposed Tax Levy
(Additional)

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Belmont County St. Clairsville Public Library
A majority affirmative vote is A majority affirmative vote is
necessary for passage. necessary for passage.

A renewal of a tax for the benefit of An additional tax for the benefit of St.
Belmont County for the purpose of Clairsville Public Library for the
providing senior services purpose of current expenses at a

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including but not limited to, rate not exceeding one-half (0.5) mill
transportation, nutrition and for each one dollar of valuation,
in-home services to elderly which amounts to five cents ($0.05)
residents, at a rate not exceeding for each one hundred dollars of

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one and one-half (1.5) mills for each valuation, for five (5) years,
one dollar of valuation, which commencing in 2017, first due in
calendar year 2018.

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amounts to fifteen cents ($0.15) for
each one hundred dollars of
valuation, for five (5) years, For The Tax Levy
commencing in 2018, first due in
calendar year 2019. Against The Tax Levy

For The Tax Levy


Against The Tax Levy

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Proposed Tax Levy
(Renewal)

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City Of St. Clairsville

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A majority affirmative vote is
necessary for passage.
A renewal of a tax for the benefit of
the City of St. Clairsville for the
purpose of current operating
expenses at a rate not exceeding
one and ninety-five hundredths
(1.95) mills for each one dollar of
valuation, which amounts to nineteen

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and one-half cents ($0.195) for each
one hundred dollars of valuation, for

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5 years, commencing in 2018, first
due in calendar year 2019.

For The Tax Levy


Against The Tax Levy
Proposed Tax Levy
(Renewal)

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Memorial Park District of
St. Clairsville and Richland

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Township
A majority affirmative vote is
necessary for passage.

A renewal of a tax for the benefit of


the Memorial Park District of
St. Clairsville and Richland Township
for the purpose of current expenses

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at a rate not exceeding one-fourth
(0.25) mill for each one dollar of

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valuation, which amounts to two and
one-half cents ($0.025) for each one
hundred dollars of valuation, for five
(5) years, commencing in 2018, first
due in calendar year 2019.

For The Tax Levy


Against The Tax Levy

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Members of the Board of Elections
Belmont County, Ohio
November 7, 2017

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