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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, May 16, 2012 9B She's a winneH Annie Folchi, a third-grader in Ms. Ross' class at C. Roy Carmichael Elementary School, won the ballot art contest for the June primary sample ballot and voter's guide. The Plumas County Clerk-Recorder's Election Division received 10 entries from Plumas County's primary students. Courthouse visitors and personnel, voting by secret ballot, tapped Folchi for the early win this election year. Folchi said her drawing represents her idea that we should all "come together and just get along." From left: Tina Terrazas, deputy clerk; Melinda Rather, assistant clerk-recorder; Folchi; Kathy Williams, clerk-recorder; and Marcy DeMartile, elections coordinator. Photo by Mona Hill Sample ballot info corrected The Plumas County Elections Office announced late last week that some in- formation was incorrectly printed in the Voter Informa- tion Guide and Sample Ballot pamphlet mailed recently. Voters passed Proposition 34 Expenditure Limitations: State Legislative Candidates, in November 2000. The law requires county election officials to provide the names of those state legislative candidates who have voluntarily agreed to expenditure limits. Candidates who agree to the expenditure limits may submit and pay for a Can- didate's Statement of Qualifi- cations to be printed in this pamphlet. This information was in- correctly printed in the Voter Information Guide and Sam- ple Ballot pamphlet and in- cluded party endorsements and not just the candidate's political party. The following state legisla- tive candidates, listed in alphabetical order with their political parties, have accepted the voluntary expenditure limitations pursuant to Propo- sition 34: 1st Senate District Bogdan I. Ambrozewicz, no party preference Les Baugh, Republican Julie Griffith-Flatter, Democ- ratic 1st Assembly District Rick A. Bosetti, Republican Brian Dwain Dahle, Republi- can David A. Edwards, Green Charles L. Hooper, Libertarian Robert Anthony Meacher, Democratic Anyone with questions is welcome to call the Elections Office at 283-6129. POEM OF THE WEEK American Life in Poetry Ted Kooser, U.S. Poet Laureate We've published a number of engaging poems about parenthood in this column, and we keep finding more. Here's Wendy Videlock, who lives in Colorado, taking a look into a child's room. Disarmed I should be diligent and firm, I know I should, and frowning, too; again you've failed to clean your room. Not only that, the evidence of midnight theft is in your bed-- cracked peanut shells and m&m's are crumbled where you rest your head, and just above, the windowsill is crowded with a green giraffe (who's peering through your telescope), some dominoes, and half a glass of orange juice. You hungry child, how could I be uncharmed by this, your secret world, your happy mess? --Wendy Videlock Poem copyright 2003 by Wendy Videlock American Life in Poetry is made possible by The Poetry Foundation (poetryfoundation.org), publisher of Poetry magazine. CALL A PROFESSIONAL TODAY! SPAS MOUNTAIN PLUMBING HOT TUB & SPA REPAIR • Surprise guests over the winter? Need help getting things going this spring? • Log onto our website at: www.mountain-plumbing.com to ask questions, find answers to common problems, or get help searching for parts. Look for special discounts and offers! • Bob can solve almost any problem on any make or model of spa. He is in his 15th year repairing spas and hot tubs in Plumas County, with 20 additional years of experience in the pool and spa industry on the San Francisco peninsula. • Send a photo of your equipment and he can diagnose the problem and give you a repair estimate by email. 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