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Official Ballot

Presidential Preference Vote and Nonpartisan Office

April 5, 2016

Notice to voters: If you are voting on Election Day, your ballot must be initialed by two election inspectors. If you are voting absentee, your ballot must be initialed by the municipal clerk or deputy clerk. Your ballot may not be counted without initials. (See end of ballot for initials.)

General Instructions

If you make a mistake on your ballot or have a question, ask an election inspector for help. (Absentee voters: Contact your municipal clerk.)

To vote for a name on the ballot, fill in the oval next to the name like this: To vote for a name that is not on the ballot, write the name on the line marked "write-in" and fill in the oval next to the name like this:

Presidential Preference Vote

In the Presidential Preference Vote:

● You may vote in only ONE party's primary.

● You may vote only ONCE. ● If you vote more than once, your choices will not be counted.

Presidential Preference Vote

continues at top of next column.

Presidential Preference (Cont.)

Cast Your Vote for President

Vote ONCE in your chosen party

End Presidential Preference

Vote

Nonpartisan offices begin at

top of next column.

Turn ballot over to continue

voting.

Page 1 of 2-sided ballot. Ballot continues on other side.

Special Instructions for

Presidential Preference Vote

Choose the party in which you will vote. Within the party you have chosen, you have ONE of 3 choices: ● Vote for a candidate whose name is printed on this ballot in the party you have chosen.

● Vote for an uninstructed delegation from Wisconsin to the national convention of the party you have chosen.

● Write in the name of another person to become the presidential candidate of the party you have chosen.

Choose a Party Primary

Fill in the oval next to your party choice, like this . Choose only ONE.

Republican

Democratic

Republican Party Primary

President of the United States

Vote for 1

Marco Rubio

Ben Carson

Rand Paul

Mike Huckabee

Jim Gilmore

Chris Christie

Donald J. Trump

Rick Santorum

Carly Fiorina

John R. Kasich

Jeb Bush

Ted Cruz

Uninstructed Delegation

write-in:

Democratic Party Primary

President of the United States

Vote for 1

Hillary Clinton

Martin O'Malley

Bernie Sanders

Uninstructed Delegation

write-in:

Judicial

Justice of the Supreme Court

Vote for 1

JoAnne F. Kloppenburg

Rebecca G. Bradley

write-in:

Court of Appeals Judge,

District 1

Vote for 1

Joan F. Kessler

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 5

Vote for 1

Mary M. Kuhnmuench

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 14

Vote for 1

Christopher R. Foley

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 25

Vote for 1

Stephanie Rothstein

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 31

Vote for 1

Hannah C. Dugan

Paul Rifelj

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 34

Vote for 1

Glenn H. Yamahiro

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 44

Vote for 1

Gwen Connolly

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 45

Vote for 1

Jean Marie Kies

Michelle Ackerman Havas

write-in:

County

County Executive

Vote for 1

Chris J. Larson

Chris Abele

write-in:

County Comptroller

Vote for 1

Scott Manske

write-in: 11 21 40 47 48 49 53
(2)

City of Cudahy

A.D. 1 Wards 1,2,3

Ballot Issued by

_________________________

_________________________

Initials of election inspectors

Absentee ballot issued by

_________________________

_________________________

Initials of municipal clerk or deputy clerk

(If issued by SVDs, both SVDs must initial.)

Certification of Voter

Assistance

I certify that I marked this ballot at

the request and direction of a

voter who is authorized under the

law to receive assistance.

_________________________

Signature of assistor

For Official Use Only

Inspectors: Identify ballots

required to be remade.

Reason for remaking ballot:

□ Overvoted

□ Damaged □ Other

Original Ballot No. or Duplicate Ballot No.

__________ __________

__________ __________

Initials of inspectors who remade ballot

Page 2 of 2-sided ballot. Ballot begins on other side.

Municipal

Mayor

Vote for 1

John Hohenfeldt

Bruce W. Schuknecht

write-in:

City Attorney

Vote for 1

Paul T. Eberhardy

write-in:

City Comptroller

Vote for 1

James Williamson

write-in:

City Clerk/Treasurer

Vote for 1

Dennis Broderick

write-in:

Alderperson, District 1

Vote for 1

Justin Moralez

write-in:

School District

School District of Cudahy

School Board Director

Vote for not more than 3

Joan Haske

Linda Kutka

Bob Grams

write-in: write-in: write-in:
(3)

Official Ballot

Presidential Preference Vote and Nonpartisan Office

April 5, 2016

Notice to voters: If you are voting on Election Day, your ballot must be initialed by two election inspectors. If you are voting absentee, your ballot must be initialed by the municipal clerk or deputy clerk. Your ballot may not be counted without initials. (See end of ballot for initials.)

General Instructions

If you make a mistake on your ballot or have a question, ask an election inspector for help. (Absentee voters: Contact your municipal clerk.)

To vote for a name on the ballot, fill in the oval next to the name like this: To vote for a name that is not on the ballot, write the name on the line marked "write-in" and fill in the oval next to the name like this:

Presidential Preference Vote

In the Presidential Preference Vote:

● You may vote in only ONE party's primary.

● You may vote only ONCE. ● If you vote more than once, your choices will not be counted.

Presidential Preference Vote

continues at top of next column.

Presidential Preference (Cont.)

Cast Your Vote for President

Vote ONCE in your chosen party

End Presidential Preference

Vote

Nonpartisan offices begin at

top of next column.

Turn ballot over to continue

voting.

Page 1 of 2-sided ballot. Ballot continues on other side.

Special Instructions for

Presidential Preference Vote

Choose the party in which you will vote. Within the party you have chosen, you have ONE of 3 choices: ● Vote for a candidate whose name is printed on this ballot in the party you have chosen.

● Vote for an uninstructed delegation from Wisconsin to the national convention of the party you have chosen.

● Write in the name of another person to become the presidential candidate of the party you have chosen.

Choose a Party Primary

Fill in the oval next to your party choice, like this . Choose only ONE.

Republican

Democratic

Republican Party Primary

President of the United States

Vote for 1

Marco Rubio

Ben Carson

Rand Paul

Mike Huckabee

Jim Gilmore

Chris Christie

Donald J. Trump

Rick Santorum

Carly Fiorina

John R. Kasich

Jeb Bush

Ted Cruz

Uninstructed Delegation

write-in:

Democratic Party Primary

President of the United States

Vote for 1

Hillary Clinton

Martin O'Malley

Bernie Sanders

Uninstructed Delegation

write-in:

Judicial

Justice of the Supreme Court

Vote for 1

JoAnne F. Kloppenburg

Rebecca G. Bradley

write-in:

Court of Appeals Judge,

District 1

Vote for 1

Joan F. Kessler

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 5

Vote for 1

Mary M. Kuhnmuench

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 14

Vote for 1

Christopher R. Foley

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 25

Vote for 1

Stephanie Rothstein

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 31

Vote for 1

Hannah C. Dugan

Paul Rifelj

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 34

Vote for 1

Glenn H. Yamahiro

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 44

Vote for 1

Gwen Connolly

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 45

Vote for 1

Jean Marie Kies

Michelle Ackerman Havas

write-in:

County

County Executive

Vote for 1

Chris J. Larson

Chris Abele

write-in:

County Comptroller

Vote for 1

Scott Manske

write-in: 11 21 40 47 48 49 54
(4)

City of Cudahy

A.D. 2 Wards 4,5,6

Ballot Issued by

_________________________

_________________________

Initials of election inspectors

Absentee ballot issued by

_________________________

_________________________

Initials of municipal clerk or deputy clerk

(If issued by SVDs, both SVDs must initial.)

Certification of Voter

Assistance

I certify that I marked this ballot at

the request and direction of a

voter who is authorized under the

law to receive assistance.

_________________________

Signature of assistor

For Official Use Only

Inspectors: Identify ballots

required to be remade.

Reason for remaking ballot:

□ Overvoted

□ Damaged □ Other

Original Ballot No. or Duplicate Ballot No.

__________ __________

__________ __________

Initials of inspectors who remade ballot

Page 2 of 2-sided ballot. Ballot begins on other side.

Municipal

Mayor

Vote for 1

John Hohenfeldt

Bruce W. Schuknecht

write-in:

City Attorney

Vote for 1

Paul T. Eberhardy

write-in:

City Comptroller

Vote for 1

James Williamson

write-in:

City Clerk/Treasurer

Vote for 1

Dennis Broderick

write-in:

Alderperson, District 2

Vote for 1

Mike Johnson

write-in:

School District

School District of Cudahy

School Board Director

Vote for not more than 3

Joan Haske

Linda Kutka

Bob Grams

write-in: write-in: write-in:
(5)

Official Ballot

Presidential Preference Vote and Nonpartisan Office

April 5, 2016

Notice to voters: If you are voting on Election Day, your ballot must be initialed by two election inspectors. If you are voting absentee, your ballot must be initialed by the municipal clerk or deputy clerk. Your ballot may not be counted without initials. (See end of ballot for initials.)

General Instructions

If you make a mistake on your ballot or have a question, ask an election inspector for help. (Absentee voters: Contact your municipal clerk.)

To vote for a name on the ballot, fill in the oval next to the name like this: To vote for a name that is not on the ballot, write the name on the line marked "write-in" and fill in the oval next to the name like this:

Presidential Preference Vote

In the Presidential Preference Vote:

● You may vote in only ONE party's primary.

● You may vote only ONCE. ● If you vote more than once, your choices will not be counted.

Presidential Preference Vote

continues at top of next column.

Presidential Preference (Cont.)

Cast Your Vote for President

Vote ONCE in your chosen party

End Presidential Preference

Vote

Nonpartisan offices begin at

top of next column.

Turn ballot over to continue

voting.

Page 1 of 2-sided ballot. Ballot continues on other side.

Special Instructions for

Presidential Preference Vote

Choose the party in which you will vote. Within the party you have chosen, you have ONE of 3 choices: ● Vote for a candidate whose name is printed on this ballot in the party you have chosen.

● Vote for an uninstructed delegation from Wisconsin to the national convention of the party you have chosen.

● Write in the name of another person to become the presidential candidate of the party you have chosen.

Choose a Party Primary

Fill in the oval next to your party choice, like this . Choose only ONE.

Republican

Democratic

Republican Party Primary

President of the United States

Vote for 1

Marco Rubio

Ben Carson

Rand Paul

Mike Huckabee

Jim Gilmore

Chris Christie

Donald J. Trump

Rick Santorum

Carly Fiorina

John R. Kasich

Jeb Bush

Ted Cruz

Uninstructed Delegation

write-in:

Democratic Party Primary

President of the United States

Vote for 1

Hillary Clinton

Martin O'Malley

Bernie Sanders

Uninstructed Delegation

write-in:

Judicial

Justice of the Supreme Court

Vote for 1

JoAnne F. Kloppenburg

Rebecca G. Bradley

write-in:

Court of Appeals Judge,

District 1

Vote for 1

Joan F. Kessler

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 5

Vote for 1

Mary M. Kuhnmuench

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 14

Vote for 1

Christopher R. Foley

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 25

Vote for 1

Stephanie Rothstein

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 31

Vote for 1

Hannah C. Dugan

Paul Rifelj

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 34

Vote for 1

Glenn H. Yamahiro

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 44

Vote for 1

Gwen Connolly

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 45

Vote for 1

Jean Marie Kies

Michelle Ackerman Havas

write-in:

County

County Executive

Vote for 1

Chris J. Larson

Chris Abele

write-in:

County Comptroller

Vote for 1

Scott Manske

write-in: 11 21 41 42 43 44 51
(6)

City of Cudahy

A.D. 3 Wards 7,8,9

Ballot Issued by

_________________________

_________________________

Initials of election inspectors

Absentee ballot issued by

_________________________

_________________________

Initials of municipal clerk or deputy clerk

(If issued by SVDs, both SVDs must initial.)

Certification of Voter

Assistance

I certify that I marked this ballot at

the request and direction of a

voter who is authorized under the

law to receive assistance.

_________________________

Signature of assistor

For Official Use Only

Inspectors: Identify ballots

required to be remade.

Reason for remaking ballot:

□ Overvoted

□ Damaged □ Other

Original Ballot No. or Duplicate Ballot No.

__________ __________

__________ __________

Initials of inspectors who remade ballot

Page 2 of 2-sided ballot. Ballot begins on other side.

Municipal

Mayor

Vote for 1

John Hohenfeldt

Bruce W. Schuknecht

write-in:

City Attorney

Vote for 1

Paul T. Eberhardy

write-in:

City Comptroller

Vote for 1

James Williamson

write-in:

City Clerk/Treasurer

Vote for 1

Dennis Broderick

write-in:

Alderperson, District 3

Vote for 1

Randy Hollenbeck

write-in:

School District

School District of Cudahy

School Board Director

Vote for not more than 3

Joan Haske

Linda Kutka

Bob Grams

write-in: write-in: write-in:
(7)

Official Ballot

Presidential Preference Vote and Nonpartisan Office

April 5, 2016

Notice to voters: If you are voting on Election Day, your ballot must be initialed by two election inspectors. If you are voting absentee, your ballot must be initialed by the municipal clerk or deputy clerk. Your ballot may not be counted without initials. (See end of ballot for initials.)

General Instructions

If you make a mistake on your ballot or have a question, ask an election inspector for help. (Absentee voters: Contact your municipal clerk.)

To vote for a name on the ballot, fill in the oval next to the name like this: To vote for a name that is not on the ballot, write the name on the line marked "write-in" and fill in the oval next to the name like this:

Presidential Preference Vote

In the Presidential Preference Vote:

● You may vote in only ONE party's primary.

● You may vote only ONCE. ● If you vote more than once, your choices will not be counted.

Presidential Preference Vote

continues at top of next column.

Presidential Preference (Cont.)

Cast Your Vote for President

Vote ONCE in your chosen party

End Presidential Preference

Vote

Nonpartisan offices begin at

top of next column.

Turn ballot over to continue

voting.

Page 1 of 2-sided ballot. Ballot continues on other side.

Special Instructions for

Presidential Preference Vote

Choose the party in which you will vote. Within the party you have chosen, you have ONE of 3 choices: ● Vote for a candidate whose name is printed on this ballot in the party you have chosen.

● Vote for an uninstructed delegation from Wisconsin to the national convention of the party you have chosen.

● Write in the name of another person to become the presidential candidate of the party you have chosen.

Choose a Party Primary

Fill in the oval next to your party choice, like this . Choose only ONE.

Republican

Democratic

Republican Party Primary

President of the United States

Vote for 1

Marco Rubio

Ben Carson

Rand Paul

Mike Huckabee

Jim Gilmore

Chris Christie

Donald J. Trump

Rick Santorum

Carly Fiorina

John R. Kasich

Jeb Bush

Ted Cruz

Uninstructed Delegation

write-in:

Democratic Party Primary

President of the United States

Vote for 1

Hillary Clinton

Martin O'Malley

Bernie Sanders

Uninstructed Delegation

write-in:

Judicial

Justice of the Supreme Court

Vote for 1

JoAnne F. Kloppenburg

Rebecca G. Bradley

write-in:

Court of Appeals Judge,

District 1

Vote for 1

Joan F. Kessler

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 5

Vote for 1

Mary M. Kuhnmuench

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 14

Vote for 1

Christopher R. Foley

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 25

Vote for 1

Stephanie Rothstein

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 31

Vote for 1

Hannah C. Dugan

Paul Rifelj

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 34

Vote for 1

Glenn H. Yamahiro

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 44

Vote for 1

Gwen Connolly

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 45

Vote for 1

Jean Marie Kies

Michelle Ackerman Havas

write-in:

County

County Executive

Vote for 1

Chris J. Larson

Chris Abele

write-in:

County Comptroller

Vote for 1

Scott Manske

write-in: 11 21 41 42 43 44 52
(8)

City of Cudahy

A.D. 4 Ward 10

Ballot Issued by

_________________________

_________________________

Initials of election inspectors

Absentee ballot issued by

_________________________

_________________________

Initials of municipal clerk or deputy clerk

(If issued by SVDs, both SVDs must initial.)

Certification of Voter

Assistance

I certify that I marked this ballot at

the request and direction of a

voter who is authorized under the

law to receive assistance.

_________________________

Signature of assistor

For Official Use Only

Inspectors: Identify ballots

required to be remade.

Reason for remaking ballot:

□ Overvoted

□ Damaged □ Other

Original Ballot No. or Duplicate Ballot No.

__________ __________

__________ __________

Initials of inspectors who remade ballot

Page 2 of 2-sided ballot. Ballot begins on other side.

Municipal

Mayor

Vote for 1

John Hohenfeldt

Bruce W. Schuknecht

write-in:

City Attorney

Vote for 1

Paul T. Eberhardy

write-in:

City Comptroller

Vote for 1

James Williamson

write-in:

City Clerk/Treasurer

Vote for 1

Dennis Broderick

write-in:

Alderperson, District 4

Vote for 1

Jason Litkowiec

write-in:

School District

School District of Cudahy

School Board Director

Vote for not more than 3

Joan Haske

Linda Kutka

Bob Grams

write-in: write-in: write-in:
(9)

Official Ballot

Presidential Preference Vote and Nonpartisan Office

April 5, 2016

Notice to voters: If you are voting on Election Day, your ballot must be initialed by two election inspectors. If you are voting absentee, your ballot must be initialed by the municipal clerk or deputy clerk. Your ballot may not be counted without initials. (See end of ballot for initials.)

General Instructions

If you make a mistake on your ballot or have a question, ask an election inspector for help. (Absentee voters: Contact your municipal clerk.)

To vote for a name on the ballot, fill in the oval next to the name like this: To vote for a name that is not on the ballot, write the name on the line marked "write-in" and fill in the oval next to the name like this:

Presidential Preference Vote

In the Presidential Preference Vote:

● You may vote in only ONE party's primary.

● You may vote only ONCE. ● If you vote more than once, your choices will not be counted.

Presidential Preference Vote

continues at top of next column.

Presidential Preference (Cont.)

Cast Your Vote for President

Vote ONCE in your chosen party

End Presidential Preference

Vote

Nonpartisan offices begin at

top of next column.

Turn ballot over to continue

voting.

Page 1 of 2-sided ballot. Ballot continues on other side.

Special Instructions for

Presidential Preference Vote

Choose the party in which you will vote. Within the party you have chosen, you have ONE of 3 choices: ● Vote for a candidate whose name is printed on this ballot in the party you have chosen.

● Vote for an uninstructed delegation from Wisconsin to the national convention of the party you have chosen.

● Write in the name of another person to become the presidential candidate of the party you have chosen.

Choose a Party Primary

Fill in the oval next to your party choice, like this . Choose only ONE.

Republican

Democratic

Republican Party Primary

President of the United States

Vote for 1

Marco Rubio

Ben Carson

Rand Paul

Mike Huckabee

Jim Gilmore

Chris Christie

Donald J. Trump

Rick Santorum

Carly Fiorina

John R. Kasich

Jeb Bush

Ted Cruz

Uninstructed Delegation

write-in:

Democratic Party Primary

President of the United States

Vote for 1

Hillary Clinton

Martin O'Malley

Bernie Sanders

Uninstructed Delegation

write-in:

Judicial

Justice of the Supreme Court

Vote for 1

JoAnne F. Kloppenburg

Rebecca G. Bradley

write-in:

Court of Appeals Judge,

District 1

Vote for 1

Joan F. Kessler

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 5

Vote for 1

Mary M. Kuhnmuench

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 14

Vote for 1

Christopher R. Foley

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 25

Vote for 1

Stephanie Rothstein

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 31

Vote for 1

Hannah C. Dugan

Paul Rifelj

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 34

Vote for 1

Glenn H. Yamahiro

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 44

Vote for 1

Gwen Connolly

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 45

Vote for 1

Jean Marie Kies

Michelle Ackerman Havas

write-in:

County

County Executive

Vote for 1

Chris J. Larson

Chris Abele

write-in:

County Comptroller

Vote for 1

Scott Manske

write-in: 11 21 41 42 43 44 53
(10)

City of Cudahy

A.D. 4 Wards 11,12

Ballot Issued by

_________________________

_________________________

Initials of election inspectors

Absentee ballot issued by

_________________________

_________________________

Initials of municipal clerk or deputy clerk

(If issued by SVDs, both SVDs must initial.)

Certification of Voter

Assistance

I certify that I marked this ballot at

the request and direction of a

voter who is authorized under the

law to receive assistance.

_________________________

Signature of assistor

For Official Use Only

Inspectors: Identify ballots

required to be remade.

Reason for remaking ballot:

□ Overvoted

□ Damaged □ Other

Original Ballot No. or Duplicate Ballot No.

__________ __________

__________ __________

Initials of inspectors who remade ballot

Page 2 of 2-sided ballot. Ballot begins on other side.

Municipal

Mayor

Vote for 1

John Hohenfeldt

Bruce W. Schuknecht

write-in:

City Attorney

Vote for 1

Paul T. Eberhardy

write-in:

City Comptroller

Vote for 1

James Williamson

write-in:

City Clerk/Treasurer

Vote for 1

Dennis Broderick

write-in:

Alderperson, District 4

Vote for 1

Jason Litkowiec

write-in:

School District

School District of Cudahy

School Board Director

Vote for not more than 3

Joan Haske

Linda Kutka

Bob Grams

write-in: write-in: write-in:
(11)

Official Ballot

Presidential Preference Vote and Nonpartisan Office

April 5, 2016

Notice to voters: If you are voting on Election Day, your ballot must be initialed by two election inspectors. If you are voting absentee, your ballot must be initialed by the municipal clerk or deputy clerk. Your ballot may not be counted without initials. (See end of ballot for initials.)

General Instructions

If you make a mistake on your ballot or have a question, ask an election inspector for help. (Absentee voters: Contact your municipal clerk.)

To vote for a name on the ballot, fill in the oval next to the name like this: To vote for a name that is not on the ballot, write the name on the line marked "write-in" and fill in the oval next to the name like this:

Presidential Preference Vote

In the Presidential Preference Vote:

● You may vote in only ONE party's primary.

● You may vote only ONCE. ● If you vote more than once, your choices will not be counted.

Presidential Preference Vote

continues at top of next column.

Presidential Preference (Cont.)

Cast Your Vote for President

Vote ONCE in your chosen party

End Presidential Preference

Vote

Nonpartisan offices begin at

top of next column.

Turn ballot over to continue

voting.

Page 1 of 2-sided ballot. Ballot continues on other side.

Special Instructions for

Presidential Preference Vote

Choose the party in which you will vote. Within the party you have chosen, you have ONE of 3 choices: ● Vote for a candidate whose name is printed on this ballot in the party you have chosen.

● Vote for an uninstructed delegation from Wisconsin to the national convention of the party you have chosen.

● Write in the name of another person to become the presidential candidate of the party you have chosen.

Choose a Party Primary

Fill in the oval next to your party choice, like this . Choose only ONE.

Republican

Democratic

Republican Party Primary

President of the United States

Vote for 1

Marco Rubio

Ben Carson

Rand Paul

Mike Huckabee

Jim Gilmore

Chris Christie

Donald J. Trump

Rick Santorum

Carly Fiorina

John R. Kasich

Jeb Bush

Ted Cruz

Uninstructed Delegation

write-in:

Democratic Party Primary

President of the United States

Vote for 1

Hillary Clinton

Martin O'Malley

Bernie Sanders

Uninstructed Delegation

write-in:

Judicial

Justice of the Supreme Court

Vote for 1

JoAnne F. Kloppenburg

Rebecca G. Bradley

write-in:

Court of Appeals Judge,

District 1

Vote for 1

Joan F. Kessler

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 5

Vote for 1

Mary M. Kuhnmuench

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 14

Vote for 1

Christopher R. Foley

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 25

Vote for 1

Stephanie Rothstein

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 31

Vote for 1

Hannah C. Dugan

Paul Rifelj

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 34

Vote for 1

Glenn H. Yamahiro

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 44

Vote for 1

Gwen Connolly

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 45

Vote for 1

Jean Marie Kies

Michelle Ackerman Havas

write-in:

County

County Executive

Vote for 1

Chris J. Larson

Chris Abele

write-in:

County Comptroller

Vote for 1

Scott Manske

write-in: 11 21 41 42 43 44 54
(12)

City of Cudahy

A.D. 5 Wards 13,14

Ballot Issued by

_________________________

_________________________

Initials of election inspectors

Absentee ballot issued by

_________________________

_________________________

Initials of municipal clerk or deputy clerk

(If issued by SVDs, both SVDs must initial.)

Certification of Voter

Assistance

I certify that I marked this ballot at

the request and direction of a

voter who is authorized under the

law to receive assistance.

_________________________

Signature of assistor

For Official Use Only

Inspectors: Identify ballots

required to be remade.

Reason for remaking ballot:

□ Overvoted

□ Damaged □ Other

Original Ballot No. or Duplicate Ballot No.

__________ __________

__________ __________

Initials of inspectors who remade ballot

Page 2 of 2-sided ballot. Ballot begins on other side.

Municipal

Mayor

Vote for 1

John Hohenfeldt

Bruce W. Schuknecht

write-in:

City Attorney

Vote for 1

Paul T. Eberhardy

write-in:

City Comptroller

Vote for 1

James Williamson

write-in:

City Clerk/Treasurer

Vote for 1

Dennis Broderick

write-in:

Alderperson, District 5

Vote for 1

Michele St. Marie-Boelkow

Dick Bartoshevich

write-in:

School District

School District of Cudahy

School Board Director

Vote for not more than 3

Joan Haske

Linda Kutka

Bob Grams

write-in: write-in: write-in:
(13)

Official Ballot

Presidential Preference Vote and Nonpartisan Office

April 5, 2016

Notice to voters: If you are voting on Election Day, your ballot must be initialed by two election inspectors. If you are voting absentee, your ballot must be initialed by the municipal clerk or deputy clerk. Your ballot may not be counted without initials. (See end of ballot for initials.)

General Instructions

If you make a mistake on your ballot or have a question, ask an election inspector for help. (Absentee voters: Contact your municipal clerk.)

To vote for a name on the ballot, fill in the oval next to the name like this: To vote for a name that is not on the ballot, write the name on the line marked "write-in" and fill in the oval next to the name like this:

Presidential Preference Vote

In the Presidential Preference Vote:

● You may vote in only ONE party's primary.

● You may vote only ONCE. ● If you vote more than once, your choices will not be counted.

Presidential Preference Vote

continues at top of next column.

Presidential Preference (Cont.)

Cast Your Vote for President

Vote ONCE in your chosen party

End Presidential Preference

Vote

Nonpartisan offices begin at

top of next column.

Turn ballot over to continue

voting.

Page 1 of 2-sided ballot. Ballot continues on other side.

Special Instructions for

Presidential Preference Vote

Choose the party in which you will vote. Within the party you have chosen, you have ONE of 3 choices: ● Vote for a candidate whose name is printed on this ballot in the party you have chosen.

● Vote for an uninstructed delegation from Wisconsin to the national convention of the party you have chosen.

● Write in the name of another person to become the presidential candidate of the party you have chosen.

Choose a Party Primary

Fill in the oval next to your party choice, like this . Choose only ONE.

Republican

Democratic

Republican Party Primary

President of the United States

Vote for 1

Marco Rubio

Ben Carson

Rand Paul

Mike Huckabee

Jim Gilmore

Chris Christie

Donald J. Trump

Rick Santorum

Carly Fiorina

John R. Kasich

Jeb Bush

Ted Cruz

Uninstructed Delegation

write-in:

Democratic Party Primary

President of the United States

Vote for 1

Hillary Clinton

Martin O'Malley

Bernie Sanders

Uninstructed Delegation

write-in:

Judicial

Justice of the Supreme Court

Vote for 1

JoAnne F. Kloppenburg

Rebecca G. Bradley

write-in:

Court of Appeals Judge,

District 1

Vote for 1

Joan F. Kessler

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 5

Vote for 1

Mary M. Kuhnmuench

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 14

Vote for 1

Christopher R. Foley

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 25

Vote for 1

Stephanie Rothstein

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 31

Vote for 1

Hannah C. Dugan

Paul Rifelj

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 34

Vote for 1

Glenn H. Yamahiro

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 44

Vote for 1

Gwen Connolly

write-in:

Circuit Court Judge, Branch 45

Vote for 1

Jean Marie Kies

Michelle Ackerman Havas

write-in:

County

County Executive

Vote for 1

Chris J. Larson

Chris Abele

write-in:

County Comptroller

Vote for 1

Scott Manske

write-in: 11 21 41 42 43 45 51
(14)

City of Cudahy

A.D. 5 Ward 15

Ballot Issued by

_________________________

_________________________

Initials of election inspectors

Absentee ballot issued by

_________________________

_________________________

Initials of municipal clerk or deputy clerk

(If issued by SVDs, both SVDs must initial.)

Certification of Voter

Assistance

I certify that I marked this ballot at

the request and direction of a

voter who is authorized under the

law to receive assistance.

_________________________

Signature of assistor

For Official Use Only

Inspectors: Identify ballots

required to be remade.

Reason for remaking ballot:

□ Overvoted

□ Damaged □ Other

Original Ballot No. or Duplicate Ballot No.

__________ __________

__________ __________

Initials of inspectors who remade ballot

Page 2 of 2-sided ballot. Ballot begins on other side.

Municipal

Mayor

Vote for 1

John Hohenfeldt

Bruce W. Schuknecht

write-in:

City Attorney

Vote for 1

Paul T. Eberhardy

write-in:

City Comptroller

Vote for 1

James Williamson

write-in:

City Clerk/Treasurer

Vote for 1

Dennis Broderick

write-in:

Alderperson, District 5

Vote for 1

Michele St. Marie-Boelkow

Dick Bartoshevich

write-in:

School District

School District of Cudahy

School Board Director

Vote for not more than 3

Joan Haske

Linda Kutka

Bob Grams

write-in: write-in: write-in:

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