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Straight Ballot Voters Missing Proposition; 14 Places to Vote Tuesday

If you vote a straight party ballot, you need to look at the summary page before finalizing your vote. Propositions are not included in the straight party ticket and you cannot vote again once your ballot is submitted, according to Debbie Shirley, Hopkins County Clerk. Voting in the November General Election is Tuesday, November 8th from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Fourteen voting places will be open.

Hopkins County registered voters may cast ballots at any one of the 14 sites by presenting the required ID for Texas voters. All these must contain a photo: Texas driver’s license, election identification certificate, personal identification card, license to carry a handgun, US citizenship certificate, or US passport. If one does not possess and cannot reasonably obtain one of these ID’s, they can fill out a declaration at the polls explaining why and bring one of the following items: voter registration certificate, birth certificate, current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or government document with name and an address.

The 14 polling places include:

Lutheran Church, 1000 Texas Street

Wesley Methodist Church, 614 Texas Street

Senior Citizens Building, 150 M L King Blvd

Courthouse, 118 Church Street

Grace Family Church, 1901 Loop 301 E

Civic Center, 1200 Houston St

VFW onVeterans Way

League Street Church of Christ, 1100 South League

Saltillo ISD, 150 CR 3534 Saltillo

Cumby Municipal Bldg, 100 E Main Street Cumby

Sulphur Bluff ISD, 1027 CR 3550 Sulphur Bluff

Como-Pickton CISD, 13017 Texas Highway 11 E. Como

Miller Grove ISD, 7819 FM 275 S. Cumby

North Hopkins ISD 1994 FM 71 W


Author: Staff Reporter

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