Vote U.P. Sample Ballot

NOV. 4 2014 Sample Ballot


 

Type Title Subject Description
VR Proposal 1 Hunting Overturns a law allowing the state to establish wolf hunting seasons in the Upper Peninsula
VR Proposal 2 Hunting Overturns law allowing the Natural Resources Commission to directly designate game species

 


PROPOSAL 14-1
A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 520 OF 2012, ESTABLISHING A HUNTING SEASON FOR WOLVES AND AUTHORIZING ANNUAL WOLF HUNTING SEASONS
Public Act 520 of 2012 would:
·      Designate wolf as game for hunting purposes and authorize the first wolf hunting season.
·      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?
Sorry, there are no polls available at the moment.

PROPOSAL 14-2
A REFERENDUM OF PUBLIC ACT 21 OF 2013, GRANTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES COMMISSION THE POWER TO DESIGNATE WOLVES AND CERTAIN OTHER ANIMALS AS GAME WITHOUT LEGISLATIVE ACTION
Public Act 21 of 2013 would:
·      Allow the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) to designate certain animals as game for hunting purposes and establish the first hunting season for game animals without legislative action.
·      Continue the NRC’s designation of wolves as game and allow the NRC to set a wolf hunting season.
·      Grant the Legislature 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 sole authority to regulate fishing.
Should this law be approved?
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GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
Vote for not more than 1
Rick Snyder Republican
Brian Nelson Calley
Mark Schauer Democratic
Lisa Brown
Mary Buzuma Libertarian
Scotty Boman
Mark McFarlin U.S. Taxpayers
Richard Mendoza
Paul Homeniuk Green
Candace R. Caveny

Sorry, there are no polls available at the moment.

 

SECRETARY OF STATE
Vote for not more than 1
Ruth Johnson Republican
Godfrey Dillard Democratic
James Lewis Libertarian
Robert Gale U.S. Taxpayers
Jason Robert Gatties Natural Law

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ATTORNEY GENERAL
Vote for not more than 1
Bill Schuette Republican
Mark Totten Democratic
Justin M. Altman Libertarian
Gerald T. Van Sickle U.S. Taxpayers
John Anthony La Pietra Green

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UNITED STATES SENATOR
Vote for not more than 1
Terri Lynn Land Republican
Gary Peters Democratic
Jim Fulner Libertarian
Richard A. Matkin U.S. Taxpayers
Chris Wahmhoff Green

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REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
1st DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1
Dan Benishek Republican
Jerry Cannon Democratic
Loel Robert Gnadt Libertarian
Ellis Boal Green

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STATE SENATOR
38th DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1
Tom Casperson Republican
Christopher M. Germain Democratic

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REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE
109th DISTRICT
Vote for not more than 1
Pete Mackin Republican
John Kivela Democratic

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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. Taxpayers
Karen Adams U.S. Taxpayers
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. Taxpayers
Christine C. Schwartz U.S. Taxpayers
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. Taxpayers
Stephen J. Young U.S. Taxpayers
Adam Adrianson Green
Terry Link Green
Bridgette Guzman Natural Law

 

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. Taxpayers
Marc Joseph Sosnowski U.S. Taxpayers
Margaret Guttshall Green
Latham T. Redding Green
Yolanda Robson Natural Law

 

JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
8 Year Term
Vote for not more than 2
Richard Bernstein
Doug Dern
Bill Murphy
James Robert Redford
Brian Zahra
Justice of the 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 the Supreme Court