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Polls set to open on March 6 for primary election; list of polling precincts

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Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 6, for the Presidential Preferential Primary Election, and Erin Dorio, Secretary of the Logan County Election Board, offered voters some tips on how to make their votes count.

Dorio said that a valid marking—a filled-in box—is shown on posters at the polling place and inside the voting booths.  If voters make mistakes marking their ballots, Dorio said they should not try to correct those errors.  Instead, voters should return the spoiled ballots to the Precinct Officials, who will destroy them and issue a new ballot to the voter.

Dorio also urged voters to take their voter identification cards with them to the polls.  “Your voter identification card can help Precinct Officials find your name in the Precinct Registry, and it may also help them resolve the problem if you are not listed in the Precinct Registry.”

Voters whose names are not found in the Precinct Registry, or a voter who disagrees with the information shown in the Registry, may need to cast a provisional ballot.  A provisional ballot is sealed in a special envelope and counted after election day if the voter’s information can be verified by the County Election Board.

Dorio said that voters who want to get through the line quickly should vote at mid-morning or mid-afternoon, because those usually are the two slowest periods for voting during the day.

“Anyone who is eligible and in line at the polling place at 7 p.m. on Tuesday will be entitled to vote,” she added.

Following is a list of the precinct polling places open in the Presidential Preferential Primary Election.

Precinct 101—Kibtec Oil & Gas (Hwy 33, ¾ mile east of Hwy 74F, Cashion)

102—Harmony Community Church (1201 S Pennsylvania, Guthrie)

103—Oak Cliff Fire Station # 2 (Santa Fe & Charter Oak, Edmond)

104—Seward Road Baptist Church (4801 W Seward Rd., Guthrie)

105—Lakeview Baptist Church (Seward & Sooner Rd., Guthrie)

106—Waterloo Church of the Nazarene (457 W Waterloo Rd, Edmond)

201—First Christian Church (200 W Main, Coyle)

203—Meridian Fire Station (12250 Hwy 105, Guthrie)

204—Guthrie Housing Authority (1524 Perkins, Guthrie)

205—Community Church (512 E Seward Rd., Guthrie)

206—Hispanic Baptist Church (12800 S Sooner Rd., Edmond)

207—Woodcrest Baptist Church (11300 S Douglas Blvd., Guthrie)

301—Marshall Town Hall (204 E Main, Marshall)

302—Orlando Community Center (18 Main St., Orlando)

303—Crescent Community Center (621 E Van Buren, Crescent)

304—Mulhall Community Center (118 Baty, Mulhall)

305—Guthrie Christian Church (1802 W Logan, Guthrie)

306—West Noble Avenue Baptist Church (1219 W Noble, Guthrie)

307—First Christian Church (402 E Noble, Guthrie)

308—First Assembly of God Church (1900 S Division, Guthrie)

309—(Sub Precinct to 310) Wesley Foundation (210 Sammy Davis Jr., Langston)

310—Wesley Foundation (210 Sammy Davis Jr., Langston)

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  1. van
    March 1, 2012 at 1:36 am

    How about posting sample ballots?

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