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November 1, 2012

Last day Friday

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Athens — Friday is the last day to join the thousands of Henderson County citizens who decided to vote early in the Nov. 6 General Election.

Wednesday was another strong day of early voting with about 1,000 casting ballots at either the Henderson County Election Center on Larkin Street, the Seven Points City Hall or the Chandler Community Center.

The Seven Points location closes Friday at 4 p.m., while the Athens and Chandler boxes close at 5 p.m.

More than 1,000 early voters came out on Wednesday, after more than 1,200 were recorded on Tuesday. The county is on a pace to challenge the 2008 early vote of 15,968, and the 12,280 recorded in 2004.

Tuesday, voters must cast ballots in their home precincts. A few have changed since 2010, because of redistricting. Below is a list of the locations.

Precinct 1

1A – Seven Points City Hall

1CR – Willow Springs Baptist Church

1CR-CRISD – Willow Springs Baptist Church

1CR-MISD – Willow Springs Baptist Church

1M – Malakoff City Hall

1M-MISD – Malakoff City Hall

1M-Malakoff – Malakoff City Hall

1M-CRISD – Malakoff City Hall

1MN – Caney City–City Hall

1MN-MISD – Caney City-City Hall

1T – Trinidad Community Center

1T-MISD – Trinidad Community Center

1T-LOP – Trinidad Community Center

1T-MISD-LOP – Trinidad Community Center

1TC – Oran White Civic Center

1TC-MISD – Oran White Civic Center

1TC- TOOL – Oran White Civic Center

1TC-MISD/City – Oran White Civic Center

    Precinct 2

2 – United Pentecostal Church

2E – Eustace School

2E-ESD – Eustace School

2GBN – Gun Barrel City Hall

2GBS – St Peters Lutheran Church

2PSN – Payne Springs Community Center

2PSS – Pinnacle Club Fire Station

2PSS-MISD – Pinnacle Club Fire Station

          Precinct 3

3 - Henderson County Election Center

3B – Brownsboro Community Center

3B-BISD – Brownsboro Community Center

3C – Chandler Community Center

3C-BISD – Chandler Community Center

3M – Murchison School

3M-MISD – Murchison School

3M-BISD – Murchison School

3M-BISD/City – Murchison School

3M-Murchison – Murchison School

3N – Bethel Christian Church

3N-BISD – Bethel Christian Church

3N-MISD – Bethel Christian Church

3WS-BISD – Westside Volunteer Fire Dept.

 

       Precinct 4

4 – Athens First Baptist ROC

4A – Athens First Baptist ROC

4BV – Berryville Community Center

4CC – Coffee City-City Hall

4CC-City – Coffee City-City Hall

4CC-BISD – Coffee City-City Hall

4CC-BISD/City – Coffee City-City Hall

4MS – Moore Station Community Center

4MS-BISD – Moore Station Community Center

4NYL – New York Community Center

4NYL-BISD – New York Community Center

4PF – Poynor Community Center

4SE – Faith Fellowship Church

4SE-BISD – Faith Fellowship Church

4W – Shady Oaks Baptist Church

4W-CRISD – Shady Oaks Baptist Church

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