Voters who did not take advantage of the early voting period to cast ballots in the Democratic and Republican Party Primary Elections will have one last chance to do so Tuesday, March 3.
According to early voter totals reported to the Secretary of State’s Office, 2,510 of the 23,190 registered voters in Hopkins County cast ballots either by mail or personal appearance at the conclusion of early voting in the March Party Primary Election.
Election Day voting in Hopkins County will be from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. March 3 at the 12 voting center locations. Election Day voting centers are as follows:
- Precinct 1: Our Savior Lutheran Church, front foyer, 1000 Texas St., Sulphur Springs
- Precinct 2A: Morning Chapel Missionary Baptist Church, fellowship hall, 208 Fuller Street
- Precinct 3: Hopkins County Courthouse, first floor courtroom, 118 Church St., Sulphur Springs
- Precinct 3A : Grace Family Church, fellowship hall, 1901 Loop 301 East, Sulphur Springs
- Precinct 4: Hopkins County Regional Civic Center, West Hall, 1200 Houston St., Sulphur Springs
- Precinct 4A: League Street Church of Christ, 1100 South League St., Sulphur Springs
- Precinct 5: Saltillo ISD, ag lab, 150 County Road 3534, Saltillo
- Precinct 11: Cumby Municipal Building, city meeting room, 100 East Main St., Cumby
- Precinct 12: Sulphur Bluff ISD, foyer outside of gym, 1027 County Road 3550, Sulphur Bluff
- Precinct 13: Como-Pickton CISD, art room, 13017 Texas Highway 11 east, Como
- Precinct 16: Miller Grove ISD, foyer outside of gym, 7819 FM 275 south, Cumby
- Precinct 17: North Hopkins ISD, Administrative Building, 1994 FM 71 West, Sulphur Springs
Unlike state and national offices, the only contested election at the county-level is between Charles Humphries and John Brian Beadle for the Republican nomination for Precinct 2 Constable. Bill Allan opted not to seek election to another term as Constable, Precinct 2.
Additional voter information in Hopkins County can be found on the county website.