Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 29, 1980, Section C, Page 4, Image 19

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    ASUO State Affairs Preference Poll
Straw ballot
Ballot measures
FOR PRES-VP
□ Carter-Mondale (D)
□ Reagan-Bush(R)
□ Anderson-Lucey (I)
□ Commoner-Harris (Cit.)
□ Clark-Koch (Libt.)
FOR US SENATE
□ Ted Kulongoski (D)
□ Robert Packwood (R)
□ Tonie Nathan (Libt.)
FOR US CONGRESS
□ Mike Fitzgerald (R)
□ Jim Weaver (D)
FOR SEC. OF STATE
□ Norma Paulus (R)
□ Robert J. Wright (Libt.)
□ John Powell (D)
FOR STATE ATTY GENERAL
□ Dave Frohnmayer (R)
□ Harl Haas (D)
□ Terry McCauley (Libt.)
FOR STATE TREASURER
□ Donna Merzi (Libt.)
□ Jewel Lansing (D)
□ Clay Myers (R)
FOR N. EUGENE COUNTY COMM.
□ Scott Lieuallen
□ Jim Hale
FOR S. EUGENE COUNTY COMM.
□ Mel Jackson
□ Jerry Rust
FORBIDS USE, SALE OF
SNARE, LEGHOLD TRAPS
FOR MOST PURPOSES
QUESTION — Shall sale, use of
snare, leghold traps be forbid
den, except for predator control
until 1985, or to protect human
health?
PURPOSE — Proposed measure
would forbid sale and use of
snare and leghold traps, except
temporarily to control predatory
animals causing livestock loss,
with State Agriculture Depart
ment permit. After November
10, 1985, measure would forbid
sale and use of snare and leg
hold traps for any reason except
to protect human health and
safety, with State Health Divi
sion permit. Would not forbid
use or sale of mouse, rat,
gopher traps, or live “box”
traps. Imposes penalties for
violations.
ESTIMATE OF FINANCIAL EF
FECT — Passage of this mea
sure will eliminate the sale of
trapping licenses and tags,
reducing state revenue by
$83,000 a year.
YES □
NO □
NUCLEAR PLANT LICENS
ING REQUIRES VOTER AP
PROVAL, WASTE DISPO
SAL FACILITY EXISTENCE
QUESTION — Shall existence of
federally licensed permanent
nuclear waste disposal facility,
and voter approval, be required
for nuclear plant site certificate?
PURPOSE — Measure would
require finding of existence of
federally licensed permanent
disposal facility for spent nu
clear fuel and high level
radioactive wastes, before site
certificate for nuclear power
plant is granted or Public Utili
ties Commissioner approves
- plant financing. Voter approval
of site certificate issuance at
statewide election also
required. Measure would not
effect site certificate granted
before November 15, 1980, and
would not prevent site cer
tificate applicant from obtaining
other necessary plant license.
YES □
NO □
REDUCES LAW ENFOR
CEMENT AGAINST PER
SONAL USE AND CULTIVA
TION OF MARIJUANA
QUESTION - Shall law enfor
cement against personal use
and cultivation of limited quan
tities (five or fewer plants) of
marijuana be reduced?
PURPOSE — This measure if
adopted would require Lane
County to assign lowest priority
to the enforcement of laws
against personal use and cul
tivation of marijuana. Im
plementation would occur
through a ban on appropria
tions covering the expense and
enforcing State of Oregon laws
on personal use and cultivation
of marijuana. Personal use of
marijuana means noncommer
cial cultivation and possession
of five or less marijuana plants
on private residential property
by persons 18 years or older.
YES □
NO □
IVote in the ASUO General Elections
beginning today
Wed. and Thurs., Oct. 29th and 30th
7 Incidental Fee Committee Members
4 Student University Affairs Board Members
Poll Locations:
EMU Lobby Music School Lounge
Agate St. Bike Crossing 13th and University Sts.
Gilbert Hall on 13th St. Hamilton Dorm
Law School Basement Front of Library
Inside Esslinger Lounge