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information about school levy forum, LWV of Moscow

Please plan to attend the Public Forum for the Moscow School 
District's Supplemental Levy Election, sponsored by the League of 
Women Voters of Moscow.

When: Tuesday, April 16, 2002
Where: Moscow's 1912 Building
Time: 7:00-8:30PM

The panel, representing a variety of perspectives, includes:

Moscow Education Association, Citizens for Quality Education, 
Moscow School Board, Moscow School District's Administrative 
Council, and Concerned Citizens.

Moderator will be Dr. Roger Wallins, Associate Dean, College of 
Graduate Studies, UI, and there will be a question and answer 
period following the panel discussion.

Following is information about registering and voting in the election 
on Tuesday, April 23rd. This information was taken from the Moscow 
School District 281 web site


Moscow School District No. 281 Upcoming Elections:

Tuesday, April 23, 2002
Supplemental Levy Election
$1,100,000 Increase in the Indefinite Term Supplemental Levy

Polling Place is the Moscow Junior High School Field House, West 
side entry, 1410 East D Street. The polls will be open from 8 AM to 8 

Voter Qualifications: Any person voting in any school election must 
be, at the time of the election eighteen (18) years of age and a 
United States citizen who has resided in this state and in the school 
district at least thirty (30) days preceding the election in which the 
elector desires to vote. In the case of election of trustees, the elector 
must be a resident of the same trustee zone as the candidate or 
candidates for school district trustee(s) for at least thirty (30) days 
preceding the election in which the elector desires to vote.

[Idaho Code 33-405]

Registration: If you have previously registered to vote and still live at 
that residence address, you are registered to vote in school 
elections. If you have changed your residence address, you must re-
register at the polls. Election day registration is held at the polls or at 
the district office, if voting absentee. An individual who is eligible to 
vote may register by completing a registration card, making an oath 
in the form prescribed by the secretary of state and providing proof 
of residence. An individual may prove residence for purposes of 
registering by:

1) Showing a driverís license or Idaho identification card issued 
through the department of transportation, or

2) Showing any document which contains a valid address in the 
precinct together with a picture identification card, or

3) Showing a current valid student identification card from a 
postsecondary educational institution in Idaho accompanied with a 
current student fee statement that contains the student's valid 
address in the precinct together with a picture identification card.

[Idaho Code 34-408A]

Absentee voter information can be found at:

(or one may pick up a form at the School Districtís Administration 
Office, 650 N. Cleveland).  

Joan Klingler
League of Women Voters
PO Box 9535
Moscow ID 83843
208-882-0727 fax

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