Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, November 8, 2016, at the polling places in the precincts of Sheridan County, Nebraska an election will be held. The polls will open at 7 A.M. And close at 7 P.M. Said election will be held for electing candidates to the following offices.
For President of the United States
Republican Democrat Libertarian By Petition
Donald J Trump Hillary Clinton Gary Johnson Jill Stein
For Representative in Congress District #3
For Member of Legislature District #43
For Public Service Commission District #5
For Member of the Board of Regents District #7
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
Shall Chief Justice Michael G Heavican be retained in office?
Judge of the Supreme Court District #6
Shall Judge John F Wright be retained in office?
Judge of the Court of Appeals-District #6
Shall Judge Frankie J Moore be retained in office?
Judge of the Nebraska Workers’ Compensation Court
Shall Judge Daniel R. Fridrich be retained in office?
Shall Judge John R Hoffert be retained in office?
Shall Judge James R Coe be retained in office?
Judge of the District Court District #12
Shall Judge Leo Dobrovolny be retained in office?
Judge of the County Court District #12
Shall Judge Paul G. Wess be retained in office?
Shall Judge Randin R Roland be retained in Office?
For Board of Governors Western Community College District #1
Kimberly A Marcy
For Board of Governors Western Community College At Large
For Director Upper Niobrara White Natural Resources District
Subdistrict #1 Rich Zochol
Subdistrict #2 Scott M. Berndt
Subdistrict #3 David R. Carlson
Subdistrict #4 John Burke
Subdistrict #5 Al D. Rasmussen
For Board of Directors Northwest Rural Public Power District
Subdivision #1 Gary R. Fuchser
Subdivision #3 Mike Van Buskirk
Terrance L. Terrell
For Member of Board of Educational Service Unit #13
District #4 Kim Marx
For Member of Board of Educational Service Unit #16
District #12 Myron Bud Jasnoch
Referendum ordered by Petition of the People Referendum #426
A vote to “Retain” will eliminate the death penalty and change the maximum penalty for the crime of murder in the first degree to life imprisonment by retaining Legislative Bill 268, passed in 2015 by the First Session of the 104th Nebraska Legislature.
A vote to “Repeal” will keep the death penalty as a possible penalty for the crime of murder in the first degree by repealing Legislative
Bill 268, pass in 2015 by the First Session of the 104th Nebraska Legislature.
The purpose of Legislative Bill 268, passed by the First Session of the 104th Nebraska Legislature in 2015, is to eliminate the death penalty and change the maximum penalty for the crime of murder in the first degree to life imprisonment. Shall Legislative Bill 268 be repealed?
For County Commissioner District #1
Loren L. Paul
Gordon City Council-2 Vac Gordon Airport Authority
Kelly Grant No Filings
City of Gordon Sales and Use Tax Increase
Rushville City Council South Ward-1 vac North Ward-1vac
Brian Snyder Stephanie Lovell
Luke R. Graham Malika Jones
Rushville Airport Authority
Hay Springs City Council -2 vac
Gordon/Rushville School District #10
4 yr term-3 vac 2 yr term-1 vac
Chuck Hinn Michelle Shelton
Hay Springs School District #3
4 Year Term-3 vac
Miriam J. Kearns
In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of the County of Sheridan, in Rushville, Nebraska this 20th day of September 2016.
Sindy L. Coburn
Published: September 28, 2016