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San Miguel Basin Forum, Thursday, August 22, 2002 - 7 The Official 4-H New Year Will Soon Be Here It's time to re-enroll for the new 4-H year. This year the program will start closer to the new 4-H year dates of October 1 - September 30. The re-enroll- ment packets will be ready by SKILLS Training Coming The Colorado Family Education, Resources & Trainig (CERT) is offering SKILLS training, a six hour life skill for all indivais who and grow with children. The training session will be held on Saturday, September 21, 2002, at the Wright Stuff, 1215 Summit Ave., Norwood, CO. The SKILLS (Supporting Kids In Learning Life Skills) training is open to parents, Center and Family childcare providers, health care and social services professionals, and edu- cators. Center and Family child care providers can receive six child care ongoing training hours. The training session will include: information contribut- ing to healthy neurobioiogical, social and emotional develop- ment of children ages 0-8 years; activities to prepare a young child for building secure adult- child attachments through play; suggestions for enhancing guid- ance, limit setting and coping strategies; techniques for stb- lishing pro-social/non-violent environments; ideas that support assets and resiliance for chil- dren; and identification of sub- stances of abuse and effects on the family and the impact of vio- lence and maltreatment. A $10.00 regristration fee is required. Dedadline for regristration is September 16. Regristrations limited to 35. For more information con- tact CFERT at 1-800-457-2736 or Carmen Warfield at 970-327- 0555. CFERT is a project funded by the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division, Colorado Department of Human Services. September 16. Early Bird enrollment discounts will apply from September 16 through November 15. All new and pre- viously enrolled members will receive a one dollar discount on their project fees. Between November 15 and January 6, fees will remain the same as last year. (All projects except horse- $8 for one project, $10 for two projects, and $4 every addition- al project. Horse-S15 first year and $8 returning members.) After January 6 through March 14, previously enrolled mem- bers re-enrolling will have a $1 late fee assessed for projects. New members enrolling for the first time will not be charged any late fees. All enrollments must be in by March 14, 2003. Colorado Leadership Camp The 4-H Colorado Leadership Camp (CLC) will be held October 18-20 at Crooked Creek Ranch in Fraser near Winter Park. CLC is focusing on the power in you. Workshops will focus upon personal growth. Campers will stay in cab- ins with three or more 4-Hers. Dress code is "comfortable" as planned activities require a lot of movement. The camp begins on Friday, October 18 at 5-7 pm and closes Sunday, October 20 at I1 am. Participants in the Cont. on Pg. i I Dale Williams Missing Cont, from Pg. 1 truck. The lid of the toolbox and several tools from the box were later discovered. There were also some tools found near Bedrock off of Highway 141. The pickup was reported- ly seen before the disappear- ance between Bedrock and Paradox with it's hood up beside a car. The search party had hopes in finding whose car Williams' had been jump start- ing or why he went to Bedrock the day of his disappearance. The case experienced many rumors which brought a lot of pain to the family. "It had a very negative impact-no doubt about that," Dick Williams said concerning the false rumors. The case is suspected as Foul Play/Probable Homicide. Dick said if anyone is having a conscience problem they may call crime stoppers. Information is strictly confi- dential, he said. "I want to get on with my life," said Diana Williams hop- ing for closure on the case. The family has spent three years now waiting for answers to Williams disappear- ance. They hope one day to have all the answers to the mys- tery revealed. If foul play was involved the persons responsi- ble for taking Williams life also stole a deep part of the lives of his family. The case may one day be solved but for now there's hope. 2002 LOTS MAY BE RECEIVED AND CAST IN THE ELECTION, AND TO OTHERWISE MAXI- MIZE VOTER PARTICIPATION IN THE ELECTION. (3)(a) WITHIN FIFTEEN DAYS AFTER RECEIVING THE PROPOSED PLAN, THE SECRE- TARY OF STATE SHALL PROVIDE WRITTEN NOTICE OF APPROVAL OR DISAPPROVAL OF THE PLAN AND THE REASONS THEREFOR TO THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFI- CIAL AND TO EACH POLITICAL SUSDIVISION INVOLVED IN THE ELECTION. THE SEC- RETARY OF STATE SHALL APPROVE ALL PLANS THAT CONFORM TO THE REQUIRE- MENTS OF THIS ARTICLE AND THE RULES PROMULGATED HEREUNDER, AND SUCH APPROVAL SHALL NOT BE UNREASONABLY WITHHELD. (b) IN THE CASE OF A PLAN THAT IS REJECTED FOR FAILURE TO CONFORM TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF THIS ARTICLE AND THE RULES PROMULGATED HEREUNDER, THE SECRETARY OF STATE SHALL HAVE THE AUTHORn', AFTER CONSULTATION WiTH THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL, TO MAKE REASONABLE BINDING CHANGI-=S TO THE PLAN TO BRING IT INTO CONFORMITY WITH STATE LAW. 1-7.5-107. Preparation and submission of list of electors. THE PREPARATION AND SUBMISSION OF THE LIST OF REGISTERED ELECTORS IN AN AUTOMATIC ABSENTEE BALLOT ELECTION SHALL BE HANDLED AS PROVIDED iN SEC- TIONS 1-5:301 TO 1-5-304 AND IN RULES PROMULGATED BY THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 1-7.5-108. Public notice of automatic absentee ballot election. (1) No LATER THAN 1/ENTY-FIVE DAYS BEFORE ELECTION DAY, THE DESIGNATED ELEC- TION OFFICIAL SHALL PROVIDE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION OF THE ELECTION. THE NOTICE SHALL STATE THE RELEVANT ITEMS SET FORTH IN PARAGRAPHS (a) TO (d) OF SUBSECTION (1) OF SECTION 1-5-205. (2) THE NOTICE REQUIRED TO BE GIVEN BY THIS SUBSECTION (1) SHALL BE IN LIEU OF THE NOTICE REQUIREMENTS SET FORTH IN SECTION 1-5-205 (1) AND SECTION 31-10-501 (1), C.R.S. 1-7.5-109. Delivery of absentee ballotl. (1)(a) No SOONER THAN TWENTY- FIVE DAYS AND NO LATER THAN EIGHTEEN DAYS BEFORE ELECTION DAY, THE DES- IGNATED ELECTION OFRCIAL SHALL MAIL AN ABSENTEE BALLOT PACKET TO EACH ACTIVE REGISTERED ELECTOR. IN THE CASE OF PRIMARY ELECTIONS, THE ABSEN- TEE BALLOT PACKET SHALL BE MAILED ONLY TO EACH ACTIVE REGISTERED ELEC- TOR WHO HAS DECLARED A MAJOR POLITICAL PARTY AFFILIATION. (13) ABSENTEE BALLOT PACKETS SHALL BE MAILED NO LATER THAN THIRTY DAYS BEFORE ELECTION DAY TO REGISTERED ELECTORS RESIDING AT LOCATIONS OTHER THAN THE ADDRESSES CONTAINED IN THEIR REGISTRATION RECORDS WHO HAVE TIMELY FILED AN APPLICATION FOR AN ABSENTEE BALLOT PURSUANT TO SECTION 1-8-104. THE OBLIGATIONS OF THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL UNDER SUB" SECTION (1) OF SECTION 1-8-111 WITH RESPECT TO A REGISTERED ELECTOR WHO HAS TIMELY FILED AN APPLICATION FOR DELIVERY OF AN ABSENTEE BALLOT TO HIS OR HER RESIDENCE OF RECORD PURSUANT TO SECTIOI 1-8-104 SHALL BE FULFILLED BY DELIVERY OF AN ABSENTEE BALLOT PACKET TO SUCH ELECTOR PUR" SUANT TO PARAGRAPH (a) OF THIS SECTION, AND THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL SHALL ENSURE THAT DUPLICATE BALLOTS ARE NOT SENT TO SUCH ELEC- TORS. NOTWITHSTANDING ANYTHING TO THE CONTRARY IN THIS ARTICLE, THE PPOVisIONs OF SECTIONS 1-8-103, 1-8-116, AND 1-8-117 SHALL APPLY TO ANY ELIGIBLE ELECTORS COVERED BY THE FEDERAL mUNIFORMED AND OVERSEAS CITIZENS ABSENTEE VOTING ACT =, 42 U.S.C. SEC. 1973ff ET SEQ. {C) THE ABSENTEE BALLOT PACKET SHALL INCLUDE AN ABSENTEE BALLOT, INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING AND RETURNING THE BALLOT, A SECRECY ENVE- LOPE, AND A RETURN VERIFICATION ENVELOPE. JN ADDITION TO ANY OTHER INFORMATION REQUIRED TO BE CONTAINED IN THE ABSENTEE BALLOT PACKET, THE PACKET SHALL ALSO INCLUDE SUFFICIENT INFORMATION TO ENABLE THE ELIGIBLE ELECTOR TO KNOW THE AMOUNT OF POSTAGE REQUIRED FOR RETURNING THE BALLOT BY MAIL IN THE RETURN VERIFICATION ENVELOPE. NO ELECTOR INFORMA- TION SHALL BE DEUVERED IN THE FORM OF A SAMPLE BALLOT. (d) THE ENVELOPE CONTAINING THE ABSENTEE BALLOT PACKET SHALL BE MARKED =DO NOT FORWARD. RETURN SERVICE REQUESTED', OR ANY OTHER SIMILAR STATEMENT PROVIDING THAT THE ENVELOPE IS NOT FORWARDABLE THAT IS IN ACCORD/ICE WITH UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE REGULATIONS AND SHALL INCLUDE A WARNING SUBSTANTIALLY IN THE FOLLOWING FORM; /ARNING: ANY PERSON WHO, BY USE OF FORCE OR OTHER MEANS, UNDULY INFLUENCES AN ELIGIBLE ELECTOR TO VOTE IN ANY PARTICULAR MANNER OR TO REFRAIN FROM VOTING, OR WHO FALSELY MAKES, ALTERS, FORGES, OR COUNTERFEITS ANY ABSENTEE BALLOT BEFORE OR AFTER IT HAS BEEN CABT OR WHO DESTROYS, DEFACES, MUTILATES, OR TAMPERS WITH A BALLOT, OR WHO INTERFERES WITH THE DELIVERY OF A BALLOT TO THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL IS SUBJECT, UPON CONVICTION AND FOR EACH OFFENSE, TO IMPRISONMENT FOR UP TO EIGHT- EEN MONTHS, OR TO A FINE OF UP TO $10000 OR BOTH." Statewide Ballot (e) THE RETURN VERIFICATION ENVELOPE SHALL HAVE ON it CLEARLY MARKED SPACES FOR THE ELIGIBLE ELECTOR TO PRINT HIS OR HER NAME, ADDRESS, AND THE CURRENT DATE, AND SHALL ALSO HAVE PRINTED ON IT A SELF-AFFIRMATION SUBSTANTIALLY IN THE FOLLOWING FORM: =J STATE UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY THAT I AM ELI" GISLE TO VOTE IN THIS ELECTION; THAT MY NAME AND ADDRESS ARE AS SHOWN ON THIS ENVELOPE; AND THAT J HAVE NOT ANO WILL NOT CAST ANY VOTE IN THIS ELECTION EXCEPT BY THE ENCLOSED BALLOT; AND THAT MY BALLOT IS ENCLOSED IN ACCORD-WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE "UNIFORM ELECTION CODE OF 1992". I UNDERSTAND THAT MY SIGNATURE WILL BE VERIFIED AGAINST CURRENT REGISTRATION RECORDS. DATE SIGNATURE" (f) THE SiGNiNG OF THE SELF-AFFIRMATION ON THE RETURN VERIFICATION ENVE- LOPE SHALL CONSTITUTE AN AFFIRMATION BY THE VOTER, UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY, THAT THE FACTS STATED ON THE SELF-AFFIRMATION ARE TRUE. (g) THE SECRECY ENVELOPE AND THE BALLOT SHALL NOT CONTAIN ANY MARK- INGS THAT COULD BE USED TO DETERMINE THE IDENTITY OF THE ELIGIBLE ELEC- TOR. (2) No SOONER THAN TWENTY-FIVE DAYS PRIOR TO ELECTION DAY, NOR LATER THAN 7 P.M. ON ELECTION DAY, ABSENTEE BALLOTS SHALL BE MADE AVAILABLE AT ONE OR MORE LOCATIONS AUTHORIZED BY THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL FOR ELIGIBLE ELECTORS WHO ARE AUTHORIZED TO VOTE PURSUANT TO APPLICA- BLE LAW BUT WHO WERE NOT SENT AN ABSENTEE BALLOT PURSUANT TO SUS- PARAGRAPH l(a) OF THIS SECTION. THE PROCEDURES FOR ISSUING ORIGINAL ABSENTEE BALLOTS TO SUCH ELECTORS SHALL BE THE SAME AS THE PROCE- DURES FOR ISSUING REPLACEMENT BALLOTS PURSUANT TO SECTION 1-7.5-1 I0. (3) NO LATER THAN TEN DAYS PRIOR TO ELECTION DAY, THE DESIGNATED ELEC- TION OFFICIAL SHALL PROVIDE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION OR OTHERWISE PUBUCIZE THAT BALLOTS WERE PREVIOUSLY MAILED TO ACTIVE ELIGIBLE ELECTORS PUR- SUANT TO THIS SECTION. THE NOTICE OR PUBLIC STATEMENT SHAI.L STATE THE MANNER IN WHICH AN ELIGIBLE ELECTOR WHO DID NOT RECEIVE A BALLOT BY MAIL MAY APPLY FOR AND RECEIVE A BALLOT PRIOR TO THE ELECTION. 1-7,5-110. Replacement ballots. (1) AN ELIGIBLE ELECTOR MAY OBTAIN A REPLACEMENT BALLOT IF THE BALLOT WAS DESTROYED, SPOILED, LOST, OR NOT RECEIVED BY THE ELIGIBLE ELECTOR. IN ORDER TO OBTAIN A BALLOT IN SUCH CASES, THE ELIGIBLE ELECTOR MUST SIGN A STATEMENT SPECIFYING THE REASON FOR REQUESTING THE BALLOT AND AFRRMING UNDER PENALTY OR PERJURY THAT THE ELECTOR HAS NOT YET VOTED AND DOES NOT INTEND TO VOTE EXCEPT BY VOTING THE REPLACEMENT RALLOT. IN THE EVENT THAT AN ELECTOR DID NOT RECEIVE A BALLOT IN A PRIMARY ELECTION'BECAUSE THE ELECTOR WAS AN UNAF" FIUATED ELECTOR AT THE TIME  BALLOTS WERE MAILED, THE ELECTOR MAY OBTAIN A BALLOT BY DECLARING AN AFFIUATION AS PART OF THE STATEMENT, THE STATEMENT MUST BE RECEIVED AT THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL'S OFFICE OR OTHER SITE AUTHORIZED BY THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL FOR THE ISSUANCE OF BALLOTS NO LATER THAN 7 P.M. ON ELECT DAY. (2) UPON RECEIPT OF A STATEMENT REQUESTING A REPLACEMENT BALLOT, THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL MAY ISSUE A REPLACEMENT BALLOT PERSONALLY TO THE ELIGIBLE ELECTOR AT THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL'S OFFICE OR OTHER SITE AUTHORIZED BY THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL FOR THE ISSUANCE OF BALLOTS, OR MAY, IF REQUESTED BY THE ELIGIBLE ELECTOR, MAL THE REPLACEMENT BALLOT TO THE EUG!BLE ELECTOR AT THE ADDRESS PROVIDED IN THE STATEMENT. THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL MAY, IN HIS OR HER DISCRETION, PROVIDE A REQUEST FORM TOGETHER WITH THE REPLACEMENT BAL- LOT, PROVIDED THAT THE SIGNED REQUEST FORM MUST BE RETURNED BY THE ELIGIBLE ELECTOR BEFORE THE ELECTOR'S BALLOT WILL BE ELIGIBLE FOR COUNT- ING. (3) THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL SHALL KEEP A RECORD OF EACH BALLOT iSSUED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS SECTION TOGETHER WITH A LIST OF EACH BAL- LOT DELIVERED BY MAIL OR OBTAINED PURSUANT TO SECTION 1.7.5-109(2). NOT WITHSTANDING THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 1-7,5-114(2), RETURNED REPLACEMENT BALLOTS SHALL BE SET ASIDE AND NOT COUNTED UNTIL AI=TER 7 P.M. ON ELECTION DAY, UNLESS THE BALLOT TRACKING SYSTEM USED BY THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL AUTOMATICALLY REJECTS ORIGINAL ABSENTEE BALLOTS RETURNED BY AN ELIGIBLE ELECTOR TO WHOM A REPLACEMENT ABSEN- TEE BALLOT HAS BEEN ISSUED, IN WHICH CASE RETURNED REPLACEMENT BALLOTS MAY BE COUNTED AS PROVIDED IN SECTION 1-7.5-114(2). IF AN ORIGINAL Issues ABSENTEE BALLOT IS RETURNED AFTER THE ISSUANCE OF A REPLACEMENT BALLOT TO THE SAME ELIGIBLE ELECTOR, THE ORIGINAL BALLOT SHALL BE REJECTED. IF BOTH THE ORIGINAL BALLOT AND THE REPLACEMENT BALLOT ARE RETURNED THE MATTER SHALL BE FORWARDED TO THE ATTORNEY GENERAL AND THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY FOR INVESTIGATION AND, WHERE APPROPRIATE, PROSECUTION. 1.7.5-111. Voting and return of ballot. (1) UPON RECEIPT OF A eALLDT, AN ELIGIBLE ELECTOR WHO INTENDS TO CAST A VOTE SHALL COMPLY WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS PROVIDED FOR MARKING THE BALLOT, PLACINa IT IN THE SECRECY ENVELOPE, SIGNING AND COMPLETING THE RETURN VERIFICATION ENVELOPE, AND RETURNING THE BALLOT, {2) THE ELIBLE ELECTOR MAY RETURN THE MARKED BALLOT IN THE RETURN VERIFICATION ENVELOPE TO THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL IN ANY OF THE FOLLOWING WAYS; (a) PLAc THE COMPLETED AND SEALED BALLOT, OR DIRECTING ANOTHER PER- SON WHO IS KNOWN TO THE ELECTOR OR WHO IS A REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DES IGNATED ELECTION OFRCIAL TO PLACE IT, IN THE UNITED STATES MAIL, WITH POSTAGE PAID BY THE ELECTOR; (b) DELIVERING THE COMPLETED AND SEALED BALLOT, OR DIRECTING ANOTHER PERSON WHO iS KNOWN TO THE ELECTOR OR WHO iS A REPRESENTATivE OF THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL TO DELIVER IT, TO A SECURE DROP-OFF SITE; (C) BY COMPLETING AND SEALING THE BALLOT AT A POLLING BOOTH LOCATION AND RETURNING IT TO AN ELECTION OFFICIAL AT THE POLUNG BOOTH LOCATION. (3)(a) SECURE DROP-OFF SITES SHALL BE LOCATED WITHIN THE JURISDICTION HOLDING THE ELECTION, UNLESS A WAIVER FOR A PARTICULAR LOCATION OUTSIDE THE JURISDICTION IS GRANTED SY THE SECRETARY DE STATE. SECURE DROP-OFF SITES SHALL BE OPEN FOR BALLOT CEPOSIT DURING THE HOURS SPECIFIED BY THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL NO LATER THAN TEN DAYS BEFORE THE ELEC- TION, AND SHALL REMAIN OPEN EACH DAY THEREAFTER UNTIL 7 P.M. ON ELECTION DAY. (b) AT LEAST TWO ELECTION JUDGES SHALL SUPERVISE EACH SECURE DROP-OFF SITE; PROVIDED, HOWEVER, THAT THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL MAY APPOINT ONE SUCH ELECTION JUDGE TO SUPERVISE A SECURE DROP.OFF SITE IF THERE ARE AN INSUFFICIENT NUMBER OF ELECTION JUDGES FOR THAT ELECTION, OR IF THE SECURE DROP-OFF SITE IS LOCATED IN A SECURE BUILDING CON- TROLLED BY A GOVERNMENTAL ENTITY. BALLOT BOXES AT SECURE DROP-OFF SITES SHALL BE LOCKED AND SEALED EACH NIGHT WITH A NUMBERED SEAL UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE ELECTION JUDGES, AND SHALL BE TRANSFERRED DAILY TO THE RECEIVING JUDGES FOR QUALIFICATION PURSUANT TO SECTION 1-7.5- 113. (4)(a) IN ELECTIONS INVOLVING PARTISAN CANDIDATES HELD PRIOR TO JANUARY 1, 2010, THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL  MAINTAIN POLLING BOOTH LOCATIONS ON ELECTION DAY AT EACH PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL LOCATED AND OPER. ATING WITHIN THE JURISDICTION, EXCEPT THOSE SC DESIGNATED AS CHAR- TER OR ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLS BY THE APPLICABLE SCHOOL DISTRICT; AT THE OFFICE OF THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL; AND AT ANY OTHER LOCATION DESIGNATED AS A POI.LING BOOTH LOCATION BY THE DESIGNMED ELECTION OFFb CUU.. THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL   EACH PRECINCT TO A POLLING BOOTH LOCATION, IF A PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL IS LDCATED WITHIN ONE MILE OF THE SESIONATED ELECTICW OFFICJ.'S OFFICE, OR IF THERE IS NO PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL LOCATED WITHIN THE JURISDICTION, THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL SHALL SELECT AN ALTERNATIVE SITE TO SERVE AS A POLLING BOOTH LOCATION. (b) IN ADDITION TO ANY OTHER LOCATION DESIGNATED BY THE DESIGNATED ELEC- TION OFFICIAL FOR THE ISSUANCE OF EALLOTS ORIGINAL AND REPLACEMENT ABSENTEE BALLOTS SHALL BE MADE AVAILABLE ON ELECTION DAY AT EACH POLLING BOOTH LOCATION FOR ELIGIBLE ELECTORS SERVED BY THAT LOCATI(,I WHO WERE NOT PREVIOUSLY ISSUED A BALLOT OR WHO FAILED TO BRING A PREVI- OUSLY ISSUED BALLOT TO THE POLLING BOOTH LOCATION, ISSUANCE OF ORIGINAL AND REPLACEMENT ABSENTEE BALLOTS AT POLLING BOOTH LOCATIONS ARE SUB- JECT TO THE REOUREMSNTS OF SECTION 17.5-109 AND SECTKN 1-7.5-110. I THE ELECTION JUDGES AT THE POLLING BOOTHILOCATION DO NOT HAVE ACCESS TO A CONTINUOUSLY UPDATED DATABASE SHOWING REGISTRATION AND BALLOT TRACKING INFORMATION FOR ELECTORS SERVED BY THAT LOCATION, EACH ORIGI. NAL AND REPLACEMENT BALLOT ISSUED AND CAST AT THE POLLING BOOTH LOCA o TION SHALL BE TREATED AS h PROVISIONAL BALLO T, (C) IF THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL DETERMINES FOR A GIVEN ELECTION THAT LESS THAN FIVE PERCENT OF ELIGIBLE ELECTORS ASSIGNED TO A HIGH SCHOOL POLUNG BOOTH LOCATION CAST THEIR BALLOTS AT THAT LOCATION, THE Amendment 28 continued on next page