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12 Voting Sites in Hopkins County; Vote At Any Site in the November 3 Election

Across Hopkins County, there are a dozen different voting locations for 2020’s November 3 General Election. These sites are identified by voting precinct number. Registered voters with approved photo ID can vote at any of the sites. Even though your issued orange and white voter ID card states your voting precinct based on your address, you may still vote at any site that is convenient for you. Voting hours are 7am til 7pm on Tuesday November 3, 2020.

Election Day voting will be conducted from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday Nov. 3, 2020, at the following consolidated voting centers, listed by voting precinct:

  • Precinct 1 — Front foyer of Our Savior Lutheran Church, 1000 Texas St, Sulphur Springs
  • Precinct 2A — Fellowship hall of Morning Chapel Missionary Baptist church, 208 Fuller Street, Sulphur Springs
  • Precinct 3 — First floor courtroom, Hopkins County Courthouse, 118 Church St., Sulphur Springs
  • Precinct 3A — Fellowship hall of Grace Family Church, 1901 Loop 301 East, Sulphur Springs
  • Precinct 4 — West Hall at Hopkins County Civic Center, 1200 Houston St., Sulphur Springs
  • Precinct 4A — Front foyer at League Street Church of Christ, 1100 South League St., Sulphur Springs
  • Precinct 5 — Ag lab at Saltillo ISD, 150 County Road 3534, Saltillo
  • Precinct 11 — city meeting room at Cumby Municipal Building, 100 East Main St., Cumby
  • Precinct 12 — Foyer outside the gym at Sulphur Bluff ISD, 1027 County Road 3550, Sulphur Bluff
  • Precinct 13 — Art room at Como-Pickton CISD, 13017 Texas Highway 11 East, Como
  • Precinct 16 — Foyer outside the gym at Miller Grove ISD, 7819 FM 275 south, Cumby
  • Precinct 17 — Administrative building at North Hopkins ISD, 1994 FM 71 West, Sulphur Springs

Author: Enola Gay

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