The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 27, 1996 · Page 42
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Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, October 27, 1996
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2 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1996 VOTE '96 THE SALINA JOURNAL NATIONAL OFFICES PRESIDENT & VICE PRESIDENT • Ross Perot and James Campbell Reform • Howard Phillips and Herbert W. Titus Independent • Harry Browne and Jo Jorgensen Libertarian • Bill Clinton and Al Gore, Democrat • Bob Dole and Jack Kemp Republican • John Hagelin and Mike Tompkins Independent U.S. SENATE (REGULAR, SIX-YEAR TERM) • Mark S. Marney, Wichita, Reform • Pat Roberts, Dodge City, Republican • Sally Thompson, Lawrence, Democrat • Steven Rosile, Lawrence, Libertarian U.S. SENATE (EXPIRED, TWO-YEAR TERM) • Donald R. Klaassen, Wichita, Reform • Sam Brownback, Topeka, Republican • Jill Docking, Wichita, Democrat U.S. REPRESENTATIVE 1ST DISTRICT • Bill Earnest, Wichita, Libertarian • Jerry Moran, Hays, Republican • John Divine, Salina, Democrat STATE OFFICES STATE SENATE 24TH DISTRICT (For precincts voting in this race, see map to the right.) • Ben E. Vidricksen, Salina, Republican • Allan White, Salina, Democrat STATE HOUSE 69TH DISTRICT (For precincts voting in this race, see map to the right.) • Deena L. Horst, Salina, Republican • Gary Swartzendruber, Salina, Democrat STATE HOUSE 71 ST DISTRICT (For precincts voting in this race, see map to the right.) • Tommye C. Sexton, Salina, Democrat • Carol Edward Beggs, Salina, Republican STATE HOUSE 67TH DISTRICT (For precincts voting in this race, see map to the right.) • Joe Kejr, Brookville, Republican • Larry L. Mathews, Salina, Democrat STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION DISTRICT 6 • Scott Hill, Abilene, Republican • Eloise Lynch, Salina, Democrat JUDGE RETENTION You will be asked to vote yes or no on whether these judges should keep their jobs: • Kay McFarland Kansas Supreme Court • Edward Larson Kansas Supreme Court • Tyler C. Lockett Kansas Supreme Court • Fred N. Six Kansas Supreme Court • Patrick Brazil Kansas Court of Appeals • G. Joseph Pierron Jr. Kansas Court of Appeals • Christel E. .Marquardt Kansas Court of Appeals • George R. Robertson 28th Judicial District • Danny D. Boyer 28th Judicial District COUNTY OFFICES COUNTY COMMISSION SRD DISTRICT (For precincts voting in this race, see map to the right.) • Charles "Chuck" Culley, Salina, Democrat • Doug Forsberg, Assaria, Republican COUNTY COMMISSION 2ND DISTRICT (For precincts voting in this race, see map to the right.) • Dean H. Seim, Gypsum, Democrat • Deane Allen, Salina, Republican COUNTY CLERK • Shirley J. Jacques, Salina, Democrat COUNTY TREASURER • Keith Lilly, Mentor, Republican REGISTER OF DEEDS • Marilyn Weber, Salina, Republican COUNTY ATTORNEY • Julie McKenna, Salina, Democrat SHERIFF • Glen F. Kochanowski, Salina, Republican • Dennis "Butch" McClintock, Salina, Democrat Stanton Fountain Henry Moffoft OTY Gtencteta Sprint) Creek Shortdan GartteM Center Culver AWA Ptsawnt VUUy Onto Wsshlnjto Falun SALINE MCF •HER Logan Blame Concord Bftrwtnflt EnTl Cf66i {I Smoky/ m rt —Ltf- Smolan Smoky View SON Sherman Grant Rfchlflfn iBucksye Cambria SAL iJ /brwljr Walnut. Ubsrty Chapman Durham Ottawa Uftcotft - D«yton INA Solomon Eureka Oypsum Kansas Senate 24th District Flora Wlttowda Lincoln Garfleld Cheever a Bucksy« Grant Newbem Wheatland Jefferson Holland Banner DICKINSC Shftrrnftn Hayes Center Logan Ridge Hope )N Fnfln Hill Noble nt n Rlnehart Liberty Union Lyon X I The shaded area represents (he 24th Senate district. where & which races to vote in ••« iB ,- Ellsworth Ash '•'• Creek •fhomee ELL "sALI Clear Creek Buckeye THvoll SWOF MA Camelro Venanso Lanojey TH OTTA Qtendale Sprtnfl Cmek i i i i I VA Kansas House 67th District PtoMant. Valley Ohio Wftshfnjto Falun , : SALINE Marquetta MCPh Elm Crook Smoky/ 5 Smolan Smoky View 1ERSO Cambria j» If Qwely Walnut Uberly N Dayton Solomon Eureka Gypsum Uncoln Qarteld Whsallsnd Holland DICKI Banner NSON The shaded area represents the 67th legislative district. Precincts 32,33,34 and 35 are part of the 67th House District. Kansas House 69th District The shaded area represents the 69th house district. Kansas House 71st District SALINA v The shaded area represents the 71st house district. Saline County Commission IHf District One' | | District Two [~~| District Three ' Residents of District One will not vote lor a commissioner this year. SALINE COUNTY PRECINCTS The above map showing the Saline County Commission districts also can be used to determine where you should vote. The following precinct numbers correspond to the numbers on the map and list the voting locations for each precinct. SALINA PRECINCTS 1 Grand Avenue United Methodist Church, 304 W. Grand 2 Memorial Hall, Ninth and Ash 3 National Guard Armory, 1127 Armory 4 Whittier School, 711 Cedar 5 First Presbyterian Church, Scout Room, 308 S. Eighth (south entrance) 6 Friendship Center, 756 Commanche 7 VFW Building, 1108 Crawford 8 Trinity Hall, Ninth and Crawford 9 Franklin School, 830 S. Ninth 10 Lowell School, 7009 Highland 11 Sunset School, 1510 W. Republic 12 Church of the Cross, 7600 Rush 13 'Bel Air Baptist Church, 7700 W, Cloud 14 Kennedy Elementary School, 700 Jupiter 15 Carver Center, 375 N. Second 16 Oakdale School, 811 E. Iron 17 Kenwood Hall, Kenwood Park 18 Salina School District offices, 7577 Gypsum (formerly Glennifer Hill School) 19 Rolling Hills Congregational Church, 2026 Starlight 20 Meadowlark Ridge School, 2200 Glen 21 Presbyterian Manor, 2607 E. Crawford 22 Municipal Golf Course Clubhouse, 2500 E. Crawford 23 First Church of the Nazarene, 7425 S. Ohio 24 First Baptist Church, 843 Lewis 25 University United Methodist Church, 7500 S. Santa Fe 26 Heusner School, 425 Jewell 27 Salina South Middle School, 2040 S. Fourth 28 St. Mary's School, 304 E. Cloud 29 Dairy Place, (North Entrance), 7000 Schippel 30 Grace Stewart Elementary School, 2723 Roach 31 Redeemer Lutheran Church, 743 E. Magnolia 32 Christ the King Lutheran Church, 777 W. Magnolia 33 Independent Baptist Church, 2807 Ray 34 Trinity United Methodsit Church, 907 E. Neal 35 Sunflower Coop, 2023 Canterbury TOWNSHIPS • Cambria-Dayton, Peace Lutheran Parish Hall, New Cambria • Elm Creek-Smoky Hill, Happy corner School, 7 757 N. Halstead • Gypsum-Eureka, Gypsum City Hall • Falun-Washington, Lutheran Parish Hall, Falun Mu. , • Glendale-Ohio-Pleasant Valley, Hedville Elevator Utility Building • Greeley, First Christian Church, 2727 E. Crawford • Liberty-Smoky View, Assaria Lutheran Church • Smolan, Mentor United Methodist Church • Solomon, Community Building, Kipp • Spring Creek-Washington, Broo/cw/fe C/ty' Hall • Walnut, Southeast of Saline School Your Total News Source ina Journal ELECT' ALLAN WHITE DEMOCRAT - 24th DISTRICT As your State Senator, I'll work for: &J Local control of our schools. GO Less reliance on the property tax. :; GO Plans to meet the housing, nutrition and transportation needs of our elderly and people with disabilities. E) Efforts to strengthen our farm communities. 5Q Quality education for our children. My opponent, Sen. Vidricksen, has helped pass more tax increases on working families than any other Senator I can find. He helped pass a "special class" pension for himself worth more after spending three months a year for 17 years in the Senate than the average city, county, school or state employee gets after 40 years. I believe my opponent has been too cozy with special interests and has been in Topska too long. I hope you'll agree it's time for a change. I would appreciate your vote. I'll work for you, not the special interests. Pol. Adv. Paid for by White for Senate Committee Catolce Miner, Treasurer Shirley Jacques, Chair REPUBLICAN STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION My children have always attended public schools because I aw confident in the Kansas school system. ¥kt'$ Left? Spreading lies and rumors. Using scare tactics. Negative campaigning. Failure to address issues. Government closest to the people is ^r^m most responsive to their needs. The strength of Kansas schools is good teachers • let them teachl Current teacher certification has given us quality personnel. Strong public education is important to our children's future. Vote Tuesday, November 5. Paid for by Scon Hill for Education Dr. Warren Freeborn, Treasurer -T, _-

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