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November 5, 2012

Sample ballot for Tuesday's elections

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The following is a sample ballot for Tuesday’s elections in Hunt County.

Note: Not all races will be on all ballots.

Straight Party

Vote for None or One

— Republican Party

— Democratic Party

— Libertarian Party

— Green Party

President/Vice President

Vote for None or One

— Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan REP

 — Barack Obama/Joe Biden DEM

— Gary Johnson/Jim Gray LIB

— Jill Stein/Cheri Honkala GRN

— Write-in

United States Senator

Vote for None or One

— Ted Cruz REP

— Paul Sadler DEM

— John Jay Myers LIB

— David B. Collins GRN

United States Representative, District 4

Vote for None or One

— Ralph M. Hall REP

— VaLinda Hathcox DEM

— Thomas Griffing LIB

Railroad Commissioner, Full Term

Vote for None or One

— Christi Craddick REP

— Dale Henry DEM

— Vivekananda (VIK) Wall LIB

— Chris Kennedy GRN

Railroad Commissioner, Unexpired Term

Vote for None or One

— Barry Smitherman REP

— Jaime O. Perez LIB

— Josh Wendel GRN

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 2

Vote for None or One

— Don Willett REP

— RS Roberto Koelsch LIB

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 4

Vote for None or One

— John Devine REP

— Tom Oxford LIB

— Charles E. Waterbury GRN

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6

Vote for None or One

— Nathan Hecht REP

— Michele Petty DEM

— Mark Ash LIB

— Jim Chisholm GRN

Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals

Vote for None or One

— Sharon Keller REP

— Keith Hampton DEM

— Lance Stott LIB

Judge, Court of Appeals Place 7

Vote for None or One

— Barbara Parker Hervey REP

— Mark W. Bennett LIB

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 8

Vote for None or One

— Elsa Alcala REP

— William Bryan Strange III LIB

Member, State Board of Education, District 9

Vote for None or One

— Thomas Ratliff, REP

— Sherri L. Little LIB

State Senator, District 2

Vote for None or One

— Bob Deuell REP

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    There will be lots of brightly colored eggs hidden in the grasses across Hunt County this weekend, and plenty of opportunities for children to find them.

    April 17, 2014 1 Photo

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    The board of the local electric utility system intends to take time tonight to thank officers with the Greenville Police Department for catching suspects who allegedly broke into the company’s headquarters last month.

    April 17, 2014 1 Photo

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    When the Greenville High School football team takes the field in August, they will be marching out onto new turf.

    April 16, 2014 1 Photo

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    A  Greenville man, sentenced to state prison earlier this year on a weapons charge, is scheduled to plead guilty today to multiple counts involving two different shootings in July 2013.

    April 16, 2014 1 Photo

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    A local woman has pleaded guilty to seriously injuring a child in Greenville in February of last year.

    April 16, 2014 1 Photo

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    A trial date has been set for a Greenville man, charged with causing tens of thousands of dollars in damage by firing a BB gun at dozens of local homes, vehicles and businesses.

    April 16, 2014 1 Photo

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    A Tarrant County man is in custody at the Hunt County Jail, after being thrown from a stolen vehicle which he allegedly crashed following a brief Sunday afternoon chase.

    April 16, 2014 1 Photo

  • Jefferies.jpg Bond issue questions asked, answered

    If the proposed $72.275 million Greenville Independent School District bond passes, the district will move from the third-lowest school district tax rate in Hunt County to sixth out of 11 school districts in tax rates.

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