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Who’s on the Ballot in Falmouth

Here's a look at what Falmouth voters are considering for the Nov. 6 election.

Sample Falmouth Ballot Precincts 1,2,5,6

Electors of President and Vice President

  • Johnson and Gray
  • Obama and Biden
  • Romney and Ryan
  • Stein and Honkala

Senator in Congress

  • Scott P. Brown
  • Elizabeth Warren

Representative in Congress

  • William Richard Keating
  • Christopher Sheldon
  • Daniel S. Botelho

Councilor

  • Charles Cipollini
  • Oliver P. Cipollini, Jr.

Senator in General Court

  • Therese Murray
  • Thomas F. Keyes

Representative in General Court

  • Timothy Madden

Clerk of Courts

  • Scott W. Nickerson

Register of Deeds

  • John F. Meade

County Commissioner

  • Mary Pat Flynn
  • Sheila Lyons
  • Eric R. Steinhilber

Barnstable Assembly of Delegates

  • Julia C. Taylor
  • Andrew Putnam

Regional Technical School Committee

  • Mary L. Crook

Regional Technical School Committee

  • Mark A. Mancini

Regional Technical School Committee

  • Elizabeth L.N. Maguaran

Regional Technical School Committee

  • Steven L. Chalke

Regional Technical School Committee

  • Robert Fichtenmayer

Question 1

  • A yes vote would enact the proposed law requiring motor vehicle manufacturers to allow vehicle owners and independent repair facilities in Massachusetts to have access to the same vehicle diagnostic and repair information made available to the manufacturers’ Massachusetts dealers and authorized repair facilities.

A no vote would make no change in existing laws.

Question 2

  • A yes vote would enact the proposed law allowing a physician licensed in Massachusetts to prescribe, at the request of a terminally-ill patient meeting certain conditions, to end the person’s life.
  • A no vote would make no change in existing laws.

Question 3

  • A yes vote would enact the proposed law eliminating state criminal and civil penalties related to the medical use of marijuana, allowing patients meeting certain conditions to obtain marijuana produced and distributed by new state-regulated centers, or, in specific hardship case, to grow marijuana for their own use.
  • A no vote would make no change in existing laws.

Question 4

  • The question is non-binding. Shall the state representative from this district be instructed to vote in favor of a resolution calling upon Congress to propose an amendment to the U.S. constitution affirming that (1) corporations are not entitled to the constitutional rights of human beings, and (2) both Congress and the states may place limits on political contributions and political spending.

Sample Falmouth Ballot Precincts 3,4,7-9

Electors of President and Vice President

  • Johnson and Gray
  • Obama and Biden
  • Romney and Ryan
  • Stein and Honkala

Senator in Congress

  • Scott P. Brown
  • Elizabeth Warren

Representative in Congress

  • William Richard Keating
  • Christopher Sheldon
  • Daniel S. Botelho

Councilor

  • Charles Cipollini
  • Oliver P. Cipollini, Jr.

Senator in General Court

  • Therese Murray
  • Thomas F. Keyes

Representative in General Court

  • David Viera

Clerk of Courts

  • Scott W. Nickerson

Register of Deeds

  • John F. Meade

County Commissioner

  • Mary Pat Flynn
  • Sheila Lyons
  • Eric R. Steinhilber

Barnstable Assembly of Delegates

  • Julia C. Taylor
  • Andrew Putnam

Regional Technical School Committee

  • Mary L. Crook

Regional Technical School Committee

  • Mark A. Mancini

Regional Technical School Committee

  • Elizabeth L.N. Maguaran

Regional Technical School Committee

  • Steven L. Chalke

Regional Technical School Committee

  • Robert Fichtenmayer

Question 1

  • A yes vote would enact the proposed law requiring motor vehicle manufacturers to allow vehicle owners and independent repair facilities in Massachusetts to have access to the same vehicle diagnostic and repair information made available to the manufacturers’ Massachusetts dealers and authorized repair facilities.
  • A no vote would make no change in existing laws.

Question 2

  • A yes vote would enact the proposed law allowing a physician licensed in Massachusetts to prescribe, at the request of a terminally-ill patient meeting certain conditions, to end the person’s life.
  • A no vote would make no change in existing laws.

Question 3

  • A yes vote would enact the proposed law eliminating state criminal and civil penalties related to the medical use of marijuana, allowing patients meeting certain conditions to obtain marijuana produced and distributed by new state-regulated centers, or, in specific hardship case, to grow marijuana for their own use.
  • A no vote would make no change in existing laws.

Question 4

  • The question is non-binding. Shall the state representative from this district be instructed to vote in favor of a resolution calling upon Congress to propose an amendment to the U.S. constitution affirming that (1) corporations are not entitled to the constitutional rights of human beings, and (2) both Congress and the states may place limits on political contributions and political spending.
RON BEATY November 05, 2012 at 04:50 PM
Elect ANDREW PUTNAM, Assembly of Delegates!!
Jody Hensley November 06, 2012 at 03:18 AM
Take 3 Minutes to Learn More about Question 3 at: http://mavotenoonquestion3.com/question-3-in-3-minutes/ Question 3 is a "Wolf in Sheep's Clothing" warn citizens in California and Colorado where pot stores have proliferated under a law similar to the one proposed here. The language in this 6-page law includes "other conditions" which allows virtually anyone to get a marijuana recommendation for any reason. There can be 35 pot stores in the first year, but there is no upper limit in the law. This is the LEAST RESTRICTIVE marijuana law in New England. With an undefined 60-day supply, amounting to hundreds of joints, allowed on a person or in a car, theft and diversion to black market sales are inevitable. Home grow sites are already subject to criminal break-ins in neighborhoods as close as Rhode Island. And even the Obama administration has called rising levels of youth use and addiction a legitimate public health issue. There has to be a better way to be compassionate. Please get the details before you vote. To learn about Question 3 go to: www.MaVoteNoOnQuestion3.com
RON BEATY November 06, 2012 at 10:08 AM
Vote ANDREW PUTNAM, Assembly of Delegates!!

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