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'1 Page Six / N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, May 22, 2014 "4 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION PUBLIC NOTICE In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 49.53, 2014 Code of Iowa, I, Traci VanderLinden, Warren County Commis- sioner of Elections, do heby proclaim and give notice the Pdmary Election will be held in Warren County, Iowa, at the regular polling places in each of the precincts of said County, on Tuesday, June 3, 2014, for the purpose of filling offices by the vote of all QUALIFIED VOTERS of Warren County, Iowa. lSolls will open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 9:00 p.m. The PmcinqJocations am as follows: .. Allen 2 - Family Life Center, 405 School St., Carlisle Allen 3 -Carlisle Community Bldg, 35 Vine St., Cadisle Belmont - Milo City Hall, 100 Main SL Milo Greenfield 1 - Scotch Ridge Chumh, 13015 Scotch Ridge Rd, Carlisle Greenfield 1/DM 86 -The Cross Cdmmunity Chumh, 8383 Ridgeview Dr., Des Moines Greenfield 1/DM 86 - Northern Warren Fire Station, 2300 R63 Hwy, Norwalk Greenfield 21Lincoln 2 - Indianola Freedom Fellowship, 2604 N Jefferson Way, Indianola (Formerly Chapel of Faith). Indianola 1 - Indianola Chumh of Christ, 1112 E Iowa Ave, Indianola Indianola 2 -Warren County Administration Building (gymnasium), 301 N. Buxton, Indianola Indianola 3 -Community of Christ Chumh. 1609-W Euclid Ave, Indianola Indianola 4 - Redeemer Lutheran Chumh, 1410 W. Boston Ave., Indianola Indianola 5 - Masonic Hall, 1606 Hwy 92. Indianola Indianola 6 - First Assembly of God Chumh, 1700 W d Ave, Indianola Indianola 7 - American Legion Hall, 105 W. 1st Ave., Indianola Jackson- American Legion Hall, Iowa St=, St. Marys Jefferson - Martensdale-St Marys School. 390 Burlington Ave, Martensdale Liberty - Southeast Warren High School, 161 Tyler St, Liberty Center Lincoln I -St Thomas Pastoral Center, 210 R63 Hwy, Indianola Norwalk 1 - New Life=Lutheran Church, 4380 Wakonda Dr, Norwalk Norwalk ?./Greenfield - Norwalk Library, 1051 North Ave., Norwalk Norwalk 3/Linn - St John Church, 720 Orchard Hill Dr., Norwalk Norwalk 4 - Norwalk Police Station. 1100 Chatham Ave, Norwalk Otter/Milo - St Augustine Church, 111 E Belmont St, Milo Palmyra - Palmyra Township Hall, 19397 Hwy G-24, Palmyra Richland/Palmyra - Hartford City Hal L 150 Elm, Hartford Squaw Creek - Medora Church Basement, 10804 G76 Hwy, Medore Union - Sandyville City Hall, 6645 Iowa St, Sandyville Virginia - New Virginia Lions Hall, 503 West St., New Virgmia West DM/Cumming --, Harvest Church, 4225 N Birch Ave, Cumming White Breast - Lacona Community Hall, 104 N. Washington, Lacona White Oak - The Annett Nature Center, 15565 118th Ave., Indianola State Representative District 25 includes the following precincts in Warren County: Bevington, Jackson, Part of Linn, Norwalk, Otter/Milo, Squaw Creek, Virginia and White Oak. In State Representative District 25, No Candidate is running on the Democrat ticket. Joan Acela and Start Gustafson are running on the Republican ticket. State Representative District 26 includes the following precincts: Allen 2 & 3, Belmont, Greenfield 1/Des Moines 85, Greenfield 2_/Lincoln 2, All of Indianola, Jefferson (except Bevington), Uberty, Lincoln 1, Norwalk 2/Greenfield 1, Richland/ Palmyra, Union and White Breast. In State Representative District 26, Scott Ourth is running on the Democrat ticket. James L. Butler and Eric Durbin are running on the Republican ticket. State Representative District 42 includes the following precincts: Cumming and the Northwest Corner of LinnTown- ship-West Des Moines In State Representative Distdct 42, Daniel Fessler is running on the Democrat ticket. Peter Cownie is running on the Republican ticket Board of Supervisors District I includes the following precincts: Greenfield, Jefferson, Unn and Norwalk 1, 2, 3, 4. In Board of Supervisors District 1, No one is running on the Democrat ticket. Dean Yordi is running on the Republican ticket. Board of Supervisors Distdct 2 includes the following precincts: Allen 2, Allen 3, Belmont, Part of Lincoln 1, Jackson, Liberty, Otter, Palmyra, Richland, Squaw Creek, Union, Virginia, White Breast and White Oak. In Board of Supervisors District 2, Joe Grandstaff is running on the Democrat ticket. Larry Bohlen and Crystal Mclntyrs are runnmg on the Republican ticket. "1 i 0,F,C.A00.00LL00 Republican Party 92AMPLE Pnmary Election w,,c.. ALLOr co,=,Eo..  Warren County, Iowa "7',, // Tuesday, June 3, 2014  ',,/,, Norwalk 4 I  ,c: --- -'INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS _ | Usin(J41tllJl]ll q k pletely fill in the oval next to the candidate or question response of your choice like this: | Wt'late, write the person's name on the line provided and darken the oval. =/" you'=00lEa0000ne, i ,.. = .,llly mad( any ballot, you must return it to the election jud9es and receive a new m L, ballot. " " LI::CTIr}N.o.- , i; : i':i )]:!i:! : : , .:. ....  Fm'SembWfState Foe :; ;:!.:: :" V=i&=.. Paul D. Pate Malt Whitaker Sam Clovis J0ni Ernst Mark Jacobs Scott Schaben {Wrile-in vote, f any} idct;3 , Robert Cramer Joe Grandanette Matt Schultz Monte Shaw David Young Brad Zaun ForGomor. Ten'y E, Branstad Tom Hoefling (Write-in e, if any} (We ruler if a/i ForofSla , rr  Mary Moaimn (Write-te,a) For TmsooflHa= V fm no atom iONE (Wrdin ve ff an),) r - . - F0rS00Oy V Inr ea=me Urea or Bill Northey (Wn,' vote,  any) For Sm=r " " Julian B. Garrett , (Wree-vote,) :., -Stan Gustafs0n Joan Acela . Oe-= vote,) Dean C. Yordi VIi ml,lm.ONE __ Julie Daugherty {Write-in vote, if any) j Polly J. Glascock (Wrie-in vole, if any) John Criswell OVrVe-in vote, f any) ! Concluded next column J [ OFFICIAL BALLOT , . Democratic Party "=="'== Primary Election w=,=co=,= Cerrmsmm'of Eleor, s Warren County, 10wa Tuesday, June 3, 2014 Norwalk4 I INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS - Using blue or black ink. cempletely fill  the oval next to the caidate or quesln response of your chok:e I :  Write-in: To vote for a valid wde--in cante, wte te person's name o  line  and daden the 1. . If you tear, debce, or make a mistake and vmw)gfully turk any balM, yoa must return it (o the electton judges and rsceive a r, ew ballot. . - .,..- : :T:: 5;" .. .... ...... ,, * ...... , / BmceBraley : ,:,.i,ii : "; Shenie Taha , [ Vall llm ()1 (we,i=v) : ..... / :: , v=.,.=,.=,.= .- ..... t I( '.:! !b'ttte :!i,_ !:ii:, !- :i: .T0Miller [.. I. Jack Hatch " " - .)- i/i:liimmme...OiL , :/ Brad/a'son - Jon Neiderbach 0.-,) WARREN COUNTY AUDITORAND COMM#SSIONER OF ELECTIONs The Polls will be open at all voting precincts in Warren County at 7:00 AM. and will close at 9:00 P.M. as provided by law. This notice is gwen in accordance with Chapter 49.53, 2014 Code of Iowp. All Precincts are handicapped accessible. Traci VanderLinden Warren County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections The Auditor's office will be testing the voting equipment on Thursday, May 22, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. in the Auditor's election office. Let me help find the vehicle i'nsurance policy that's right: for you00 LANE INSURANCE..AG00 INC 515-98.1 00.614 mlair@tinsuranceoOm