Thanks, I think
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Pattie McCoy [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Wednesday, January 10, 2001 3:35 PM
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> Subject: Terms of Office
> The petitioner must specifically state which term of office he or she
> is running for because the voter signing the petition can only sign as
> many petitions as terms available.
> For example, if there are three library trustee positions open, one
> for a one year term and two for terms of three years each, a voter
> may only sign one petition for the one year term but may sign two
> candidates' petitions for the three year term as there are two offices
> If there are five candidates vying for the one year position, a voter
> may only sign one of the candidates' petitions. If there are five
> candidates vying for the two three year terms, a voter may sign two of
> the five candidates' petitions.
> Am I making myself clear? Hope so.
> Pattie McCoy