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					DIAGRAM AND DIRECTIONS FOR VOTING ON THE VOTING MACHINE
Swing the Handle of the Curtain lever from the Left hand side of the machine over to the Right as far as it will go, and leave it there. (This will close the Curtain around you and unlock the machine for voting.) At the Left hand end of the machine starting (in column 1) you will find the names of all the candidates for the offices to be voted for and over each a little Pointer. Pull down the Pointer over the names of the candidates you wish to vote for from this position
The Voter Closing the Curtain The Curtain Closed; the Voter Inside, Voting

GENERAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 7, 2006
No votes will be registered for any candidates except those that have Pointers left down over their names. So be sure to leave the Pointers down over the names you wish to vote for. There is no danger of anyone knowing how you vote, as the movement of the Curtain Lever returns the Pointers to their unvoting position before the Curtain begins to open, so leave the Pointers down. TWO SUGGESTIONS First: Read the Sample Ballot below carefully and decide which candidates you want to vote for and note where the names are located. Second: Call up the Town or City Clerk’s office and find out where a machine is on public exhibition, and call and operate it until you are sure that you can vote on it without trouble or delay. A few minutes so spent may save time and avoid trouble on Election day, both for yourself and other voters. IMPORTANT-REMEMBER THIS 1. Pull a Pointer or Lever down towards the emblem and the name of the candidate you want to vote for. 2. Leave all Pointers or Levers DOWN. Only the Levers DOWN will be counted. (If you push them back you have NOT voted, –the voting machine will push them back as you swing the curtain handle to go out.) No one knows how you have voted when you leave the machine. 3. A Lever must be left down for each candidate for whom you vote. If you pull down the wrong pointer or lever, push it back in place, pull down the correct Pointer, and LEAVE IT DOWN.

The Voter about to Close the Curtain

John J.

"
Doe

to this position ☛ and leave it down.

John J.

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Doe

IF NAME IS NOT ON VOTING MACHINE To vote for a candidate whose name does not appear on the machine, raise the diagonal slide (at the top of the machine) above the title of the office and write thereon the name for whom you wish to vote. ONCE YOU LIFT THE DIAGONAL SLIDE, YOU CAN NOT PULL DOWN A LEVER IN THE SAME COLUMN. A FEW WORDS OF EXPLANATION As no votes are registered until the Curtain Lever Handle is moved to the left to open the Curtain you can make as many changes in your ballot as you wish while the Curtain Lever is at the Right. (Curtain Closed.) The Machine is so arranged that you cannot turn down more than the proper number of Pointers for each office, thus you can turn down one Pointer for each, but no more. In case the office is one to which two candidates are to be elected, you can turn down any two Pointers, even though one be directly under the other. If the office is one to which three candidates are to be elected, you can turn down any three Pointers. And so on.

Then in the remaining columns pull down the Pointer over the name of the candidate you wish to vote for, and leave it down.

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Town of: ___________________ Village of: _________________ Legislative District: ________ Election District: ___________
Sheet No: 8 13 Election Districts County of Rockland 17th Congressional District 38th Senatorial District 94th Assembly District Town of:Ramapo E.D.(s): 1, 20, 32, 33, 37, 38, 44, 50, 54, 59, 80, 81, 86

Keep on in the same manner to the end of the ticket, taking care to turn down a Pointer for every office that you wish to vote for, and leave them down. Leaving the Pointers DOWN in their voting position, swing the Handle of the Curtain Lever to the Left as far as it will go, and leave it there. (This will register your vote and return the Pointers to their first position, after which it will open the Curtain.)

PHOENIX GRAPHICS

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ROCHESTER, NY

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " "

001

OFFICES c

1
(Vote ONCE)  

GOVERNOR AND COMPTROLLER LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
(Vote for ONE)  

021 0

2

031 0

3

041 0

4

071 0

5

6
9th Judicial District (Vote for any TWO)

7
 

081 17

8

111 38

9

121 94

10

170 0

11

12
 

13

566 0

14
TOWN JUSTICE

571 0

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

ATTORNEY GENERAL
(Vote for ONE)  

UNITED STATES SENATOR
(Vote for ONE)    

STATE SUPREME COURT JUSTICE

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
17th District (Vote for ONE)  

STATE SENATOR
38th District (Vote for ONE)  

MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY
94th District (Vote for ONE)    

COUNTY COURT JUDGE
(Vote for any TWO)

SUPERINTENDENT OF HIGHWAYS
(Unexpired Term) (Vote for ONE)  

30 Sheet No: 8

(Vote for ONE)  

Offices

h h h h h h h h h
REPUBLICAN

" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " "

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

B A

John J. Faso J. Christopher C. Scott Vanderhoef Callaghan
FOR GOVERNOR FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

B
V

Republican

1A

B
V

2A

Republican

B
V

Republican

3A

Jeanine

B

Republican

4A

John

B

5A

Republican

Rory

B

Republican

6A

Joseph

B

8A

Republican

Jim

B

Republican

9A

Thomas P.

B

Republican

11A

Barbara L.

B
V

Republican

12A

Sheet No: 8

Karen A.

Pirro

Spencer V

Bellantoni V

Cerreto V

Faulkner V

Morahan V

Gionta V

Riley

Row A

" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " "

DEMOCRATIC

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

A B F C C D

AEliot Spitzer
Democratic
FOR GOVERNOR

1B

A

2B

Democratic

David A. Paterson
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

Alan G.

A

3B

Democratic

Andrew M.

A

4B

Democratic

Hillary

A

6B

Democratic

Sam D.

A

7B

Democratic

Alan D.

A
V

8B

Democratic

Eliot L.

A

Democratic

9B

Nancy

A

Democratic

10B

Kenneth P.

A

Democratic

11B

Victor J.

A

Democratic

12B

Charles

A

14B

Democratic

Samuel

A

15B

Democratic

Sheet No: 8

Anthony

V

Hevesi V

Cuomo V

Rodham Clinton V

Walker V

Scheinkman V

Engel

Low-Hogan Zebrowski Alfieri, Jr. Apotheker V V V V

Colman V

Sharan V

Row B

" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " "

INDEPENDENCE

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

FEliot Spitzer
Independence
FOR GOVERNOR

1C

F

2C

Independence

David A. Paterson
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

Alan G.

F
V

Independence

3C

Jeanine

F

Independence

4C

Hillary

F

6C

Independence

Sam D.

F

Independence

7C

Alan D.

F

8C

Independence

Jim

F

9C

Independence

Thomas P.

F

10C

Independence

Kenneth P.

F

11C

Independence

Victor J.

F
V

12C

Independence

Karen A.

F

14C

Independence

Samuel

F

Independence

15C

Sheet No: 8

Anthony

V

Hevesi V

Pirro

Rodham Clinton V

Walker V

Scheinkman Faulkner V V

Morahan V

Zebrowski Alfieri, Jr. V V

Riley

Colman V

Sharan V

Row C

" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " "

CONSERVATIVE

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

John J. Faso J. Christopher C. Scott Vanderhoef Callaghan
FOR GOVERNOR FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

C
V

Conservative

1D

C

2D

Conservative

C
V

3D

Conservative

Jeanine

C

4D

Conservative

John

C

5D

Conservative

Rory

C

7D

Conservative

Alan D.

C

8D

Conservative

Jim

Thomas P.

C

Conservative

9D

Barbara L.

C

Conservative

11D

Karen A.

C

Conservative

12D

C

14D

Conservative

Samuel

C

15D

Conservative

Sheet No: 8

Anthony

V

Pirro

Spencer V

Bellantoni V

Scheinkman Faulkner V V

Morahan V

Gionta V

V

Riley

Colman V

Sharan V

Row D

" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " "

WORKING FAMILIES

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

H E G F " G

HEliot Spitzer
Working Families
FOR GOVERNOR

1E

H

2E

David A. Paterson
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

Alan G.

Working Families

H

Andrew M.

Working Families

3E

H

Hillary

Working Families

4E

H

5E

Rory

Working Families

H

Sam D.

Working Families

6E

H
V

8E

Eliot L.

Working Families

H

9E

Thomas P.

Working Families

H

10E

Kenneth P.

Working Families

H

11E

William P.

Working Families

H

Thomas E.

Working Families

12E

H

Samuel

Working Families

14E

Sheet No: 8

V

Hevesi V

Cuomo V

Rodham Clinton Bellantoni V V

Walker V

Engel

Morahan V

Zebrowski V

Warren V

Walsh II V

Colman V

Row E

" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " "

GREEN

S

S

S

SS
4F
Green

G McCourt G Malachy
Green
FOR GOVERNOR

1F

2F

Green

Alison Duncan
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

Julia

G

3F

Green

Rachel

G

Sheet No: 8

Howie

V

Willebrand Treichler V V

Hawkins VV

Row F

" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " "

LIBERTARIAN

S

S

S

SS
4G

"
V

Libertarian
FOR GOVERNOR

1G

John Clifton Donald Silberger
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

"
V

2G

Libertarian

John J.

Christopher B.

"

3G

Libertarian

"

Libertarian

Sheet No: 8

Jeffrey T.

Cain

Garvey V

Russell V

Row G

" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " "

RENT IS TOO HIGH

S

S

SS

S

S

#
H ! I

# McMillan Jimmy
Rent Is Too High
FOR GOVERNOR

1H

V

V

V

SOCIALIST WORKERS

SS
1I
V

" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " "

h
V

4H SOCIALIST Socialist Equality EQUALITY $ William H Van Auken

$
V

h
RIGHT TO LIFE
E

E
V

10H

Right To Life

Sheet No: 8

Peter

H Partridge

Row H

S

S

S

! DeLuca Maura
Socialist Workers
FOR GOVERNOR

!

2I

Ben O'Shaughnessy
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

Willie

Socialist Workers

!

Martin

Socialist Workers

3I

!

Roger

Socialist Workers

4I

Sheet No: 8

V

Cotton V

Koppel V

Calero V

Row I


				
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