Vote 2012

2012 General Election Ballot Questions

There will be three Constitutional Amendments and three Statewide Referendums and one other question that will appear statewide on the general election ballots. The ballot language will be certified by the Secretary of State on the 3rd Monday in August. Additionally, local ballot questions may appear on the ballot in certain counties. Montgomery County’s 12th Election District will have a local referendum passed by the General Assembly on the ballot.

Statewide Ballot Questions

Constitutional Amendments

Referendums by Petition

Other Statewide Ballot Questions

Local Referendums by General Assembly

Local Ballot Questions

http://www.elections.state.md.us/elections/2012/ballot_questions.html

 

 

November 6, 2012 General and Special Election

Sample Ballots: WINvote Electronic Ballot | Unisyn Paper Ballot

D=Democrat, R=Republican, C=Constitution Party, L=Libertarian Party, G=Green Party, IG=Independent Green Party, I=Independent

Candidates are listed in the manner and order they will appear on the ballot. Please note that party affiliation does not appear on the ballot for County Board. Also not on the ballot is a designation of incumbent for any office. This information is provided below for your information. According to Virginia law, all School Board candidates run as independents.

President and Vice President of the United States Mitt RomneyPaul Ryan (R) Barack ObamaJoe Biden (D), incumbents Virgil GoodeJim Clymer (C) Gary JohnsonJames P. Gray (L) Jill SteinCheri Honkala (G)
U.S. Senate George F. Allen (R) Timothy M. Kaine (D)
U. S. House of Representatives, 8th District J. Patrick Murrary (R) James P. “Jim” Moran, Jr. (D), incumbent Janet Murphy (IG) Jason Howell (I)
County Board Matthew A. Wavro (R) Libby T. Garvey (D) incumbent Audrey R. Clement (G)
School Board (two seats) Noah L. Simon Emma N. Violand-Sanchez, incumbent

Proposed Amendments to the Constitution of Virginia

Section 6, Article IV: Legislative Sessions

Section 11, Article I: Bill of Rights

Arlington County Bond Referenda

The Arlington County Board approved four bond referendum questions to appear on the November ballot:

1. Metro and Transportation – $31.95 million

2. Local Parks and Recreation – $50.55 million

3. Community Infrastructure – $28.31 million

4. Arlington Public Schools – $42.62 million

For more detailed information, see the 2012 General Obligation Bond Referenda Page.

http://www.arlingtonva.us/Departments/VoterRegistration/VoterRegistrationElectionInformation.aspx

 

 

 

Election Year 2012

The District of Columbia will hold a general election and a special election on November 6, 2012.
The following contests will appear on the ballot for the general election:

    • Electors of President and Vice President of the United States
    • Delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives
    • At-Large Member of the Council of the District of Columbia (two to be elected)
    • Ward 2, 4, 7 and 8 Members of the Council of the District of Columbia
    • At-Large Member of the State Board of Education
    • Ward 2, 4, 7 and 8 Members of the State Board of Education
    • United States Senator (Shadow Senator)
    • United States Representative (Shadow Representative)
    • Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner (296 to be elected)
    • Proposed Charter Amendment V: Expulsion for Gross Misconduct, D.C. Council (ballot text as published in the D.C. Register)
    • Proposed Charter Amendment VI: Disqualification from Office for Felony Conviction, D.C. Council (ballot text as published in the D.C. Register)
    • Proposed Charter Amendment VII: Disqualification from Office for Felony Conviction, Mayor (ballot text as published in the D.C. Register)

    The following contest will appear on the ballot for the special election held on the same day:

    • Chairman of the Council of the District of Columbia

http://www.dcboee.org/election_info/election_year2012/

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