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Anne Arundel County Ballot

As of October 16, 1996

This is a list of the candidates and offices on the Anne Arundel County ballots in November's general election. Not all of the candidates and offices will appear on all ballots, because the county is split into several Congressional districts.

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President of the United States - Vote For One
National President Democratic Bill Clinton Little Rock, AR
National President Republican Bob Dole Russell, KS
National President Libertarian Harry Browne Franklin, TN
National President Reform Ross Perot Dallas, TX
Vice President of the United States - Vote For One
National President Natural Law John Hagelin Fairfield, IA
National President Taxpayers Howard Phillips Vienna, VA
National President Democratic (Write-In) Willie Felix Carter Fort Worth, TX
National Vice President Democratic Al Gore Carthage, TN
National Vice President Republican Jack Kemp Bethesda, MD
National Vice President Libertarian Jo Jorgensen Greenville, SC
National Vice President Reform James Campbell Palos Verdes, CA
National Vice President Natural Law Vinton "Mike" Tompkins Boone, NC
National Vice President Taxpayers Herbert W. Titus Virginia Beach, VA
National Vice President Democratic (Write-In) Eldridge Kennedy Hodge Baltimore, MD
U.S. Representative - Vote For One
National Representative in Congress - 1 Democratic Steven R. Eastaugh Berlin, MD
National Representative in Congress - 1 Republican Wayne T. Gilchrest Kennedyville, MD
National Representative in Congress - 2 Democratic Connie Galiazzo Julius Glen Arm, MD
National Representative in Congress - 2 Republican Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr. Timonium, MD
National Representative in Congress - 3 Democratic Benjamin L. Cardin Baltimore, MD
National Representative in Congress - 3 Republican Patrick L. McDonough Baltimore, MD
National Representative in Congress - 5 Democratic Steny H. Hoyer Mechanicsville, MD
National Representative in Congress - 5 Republican John S. Morgan Laurel, MD
State Circuit Court Judges - Vote For Four
State Judge, Circuit Court, 5th Judicial Circuit N/A Clayton Greene, Jr. Severna Park, MD
State Judge, Circuit Court, 5th Judicial Circuit N/A Eugene M. Lerner Annapolis, MD
State Judge, Circuit Court, 5th Judicial Circuit N/A Pamela L. North Annapolis, MD
State Judge, Circuit Court, 5th Judicial Circuit N/A Martin A. Wolff Severna Park, MD
State Appeals Court Judge - Vote For One
State Judge, Court of Special Appeals at Large N/A Ellen L. Hollander Baltimore, MD

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Ballot Questions

Question A
Charter Amendment
Board of Appeals

To amend the Anne Arundel County Charter to allow the County Council to extend, limit, or modify the jurisdiction of the Board of Appeals be ordinance in accordance with State law.

Question B
Charter Amendment
Competitive Bidding

To amend the Anne Arundel County Charter to provide that the County Council may increase the minimum dollar requirement for competitive bidding for contracts to figure not greater than Twenty-five Thousand dollars ($25,000).

Question C
Charter Amendment
Core Groups

To amend the Anne Arundel County Charter to eliminate the requirements that the office and departments of County government be organized into 'core groups' and conduct and 'annual planning conference'.

Question D
Charter Amendment
County Bonds and Fiscal Procedures

To amend the Anne Arundel County Charter to provide authority to the County to issue serial maturity or term bonds in accordance with an annual installment plan; reorganize certain sections of the Budgetary and Fiscal Procedure Article of the Charter, providing the County with flexibility to issue bonds to provide funding for specific classes of projects and to sell bonds by competitive sale for a price at, above, or below par; making conforming changes to bond issuance requirements and procedures to reflect changes to related Charter provisions; and generally relating to County bonds and fiscal procedures.

Question E
Charter Amendment
Exempt Service

To amend the Anne Arundel County Charter to alter the composition of the exempt service to provide that a temporary employee may work up to 1,500 hours in a calendar year.

Question F
Charter Amendment
Exempt Service

To amend the Anne Arundel County Charter provisions for the exempt service to provide that, upon recommendation of he County Executive, the County Council may, by ordinance, establish additional positions in the exempt service.

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