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October 31, 2012

Nov. 6 Election Day voting sites in Cherokee County

JACKSONVILLE — On the Nov. 6 election day, there will be 25 polling locations open throughout the county, with new sites listed for Precincts 15, 25 and 44, said officials with Cherokee County Election Department.

Locations include:

Alto – Pct. 26, Calvary Tabernacle Pentecostal Church, 404 E. San Antonio St.; Pct. 27, A. Frank Smith Methodist Church, 103 Cooper;

Blackjack – Pct. 46, Blackjack Baptist Church, 18214 State Hwy 110 North;

Concord – Pct. 48, Concord-Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 212 County Road 4705;

Gallatin – Pct. 12, Gallatin Community Center, 626 S. Chandler St.;

Jacksonville – Pct. 13, Rocky Springs Baptist Church, 653 FM 1910 West; Pct. 14, Corinth Baptist Church, 10660 FM 768 North; Pct. 15, First Christian Church, 1920 Beaumont St.; Pct. 35, Cove Springs Community Church, 4948 U.S. Hwy. 175 West; Pct. 36, New Hope Baptist Church, 12580 FM 747 South; Pct. 37, Mt. Haven CME Church, 15807 FM 747 North; Pct. 38, Art-Anon Building, 305 W. Commerce; Pct. 42, Old Alberta School near 1410 MLK Drive; Pct. 43, Jacksonville Public Library, 502 S. Jackson; Pct. 44, Afton Grove Baptist Church, 360 County Road 4208;

Maydelle – Pct. 28, Assembly of God Church, 6010 U.S. Hwy. 84 West;

Mixon – Pct. 34, First Baptist Church of Mixon, 4975 FM 177 East;

Mount Selman – Pct. 32, Mount Selman Methodist Church, 11615 FM 855 West

New Summerfield – Pct. 45, New Summerfield First Baptist Church, 201 Church St.;

Ponta – Pct. 47, First Baptist Church, 7282 State Hwy. 110 North;

Reece – Pct. 33, Reece Community Center, 7991 U.S. Hwy. 175 West;

Rusk – Pct. 22, Blounts Chapel Church, 22939 U.S. Hwy. 84 East; Pct. 23, Salem Baptist Church, 1500 FM 241 South; Pct. 24, Cherokee Civic Theater, 157 W. 5th St.;

Wells – Pct. 25, Wells First Baptist Church, 629 Rusk Ave.


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