The second piece voters choose members on the Highlands School boards.
The last are public questions. One of which is at the local Highlands level.
The first public question asks if voters approve amending the Constitution to allow a court to order pretrial detention of a person in a criminal case, changing the current constitutional right to bail.
The second public question asks if voters approve amending the Constitution to dedicate certain State revenues each year for environmental programs.
The third public questions asks Highlands voters if the local non-partisan elections (council and mayor positions) should be in May 2015 or November 2015.
Normally, non-partisan elections are held in May instead of November. There is an opportunity to move it back to November and have it aligned with the normal election date. The down side to that would be the current incumbents would keep their seats for the extra time without being challenged.