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					                               Student Ballot – Election 2011
                                 Kids Voting Mesa County
                                          Updated 9/30/11


All Grades will vote on the School District 51 School Board Race
Mesa County School District 51 School Board Director District A (Four year term)
     Arvan Jeff Leany
Mesa County School District 51 School Board Director District B (Four year term)
     Ann Tisue
     Cindy Enos-Martinez
(The order of the candidates on the students’ ballot is based on the order on the adult ballot)

Grades K-2
   1. School Board Candidates

Grades 3-5
   1. School Board Candidates

   2. School District 51 Funding Increase Question
   Shall taxes on your home and property be increased? This money would be used to:
    Rehire teachers
    Purchase technology
    Add days back into the school calendar
    Fill other gaps caused by lack of money

YES or NO

Grades 6-8
   1. School Board Candidates

   2. Proposition 103: Increased funding for education throughout the State of Colorado
      Shall Colorado state law be changed to increase the taxes on the money you earn (from
      4.63% to 5%), the sales you pay when you buy something (from 2.9% to 3%), and the use
      tax you pay on items not taxed when you buy them (from 2.9% to 3%) for five years? These
      additional funds will go directly to the State of Colorado and would be used for pre-school
      through 12th grade and college and university education.

      YES or NO

   3. Referred measure 3B: Increased funding for education in School District 51 only
      Shall taxes on peoples’ property (house, land or business) in School District 51 be increased
      by for 7 mills for six years to raise $12.5 million each year? (Example: homes valued at
     $100,000 would have about an additional $55.72 added to the taxes each year). These
     funds will go directly to School District 51 and would be used for but not limited to:
         Rehiring teachers and restoring the days that have been cut
         Purchasing technology to improve instruction
         Help ease future funding cuts
           YES or NO

Grades 9 -12
   1. School Board Candidates

  4. Proposition 103: Increased funding for education throughout the State of Colorado
     Shall Colorado state law be changed to increase the taxes on the money you earn (from
     4.63% to 5%), the sales you pay when you buy something (from 2.9% to 3%), and the use
     tax you pay on items not taxed when you buy them (from 2.9% to 3%) for five years? These
     additional funds will go directly to the State of Colorado and would be used for pre-school
     through 12th grade and college and university education.

     YES or NO

  5. Referred measure 3B: Increased funding for education in School District 51 only
     Shall taxes on peoples’ property (house, land or business) in School District 51 be increased
     by 7 mills for six years to raise $12.5 million each year? (Example: homes valued at
     $100,000 would have about an additional $55.72 added to the taxes each year). These
     funds will go directly to School District 51 and would be used for but not limited to:
         Rehiring teachers and restoring the days that have been cut
         Purchasing technology to improve instruction
         Help ease future funding cuts
     YES or NO

  2. Referred measure 2A: Tax on medical marijuana sales in Palisade
     Shall a tax of $5.00 be added to every sale at a medical marijuana business in Palisade?

     YES or NO

  3. Referred measure 2B: Prohibition of medical marijuana businesses in Palisade
     Shall businesses that sell medical marijuana, marijuana products or grow medical
     marijuana be banned from operating in Palisade?

     YES or NO

				
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