County offers 37 voting locations

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Updated: 11/05/2012 7:45 pm
There is no wrong place for residents of Lubbock county to vote in Tuesday's election.

There are 37 vote center polling places to choose from. Dorothy Kennedy, the elections administrator, said it is important to remember they are all open to anyone who lives in Lubbock county.

"If you're not sure where those are, you can go to our web page, and it will show you our whole list," Kennedy said. "Or you can just put in a zip code, and it will show you all of the vote centers that are in your zip code. Another great feature that we offer is texting your zip code to 75044, and you can text in whether you want your home zip code or your work zip code. Text in the area that you're going to be in for the day, and it will send you back the three locations that are closest."

Photo ID is not required for this election, but you will need to take some sort of identification with your current address. Polls will be open Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Click here for a list of voting locations.
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Liberty Seeker - 11/6/2012 9:26 AM
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When will the county allow us to read their machine source codes? I would prefer that we go back to paper ballots so that honest men can verify the count, instead of simply re-reading a computer summary printout.
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