Cooke County officials released information about voting precinct availability for the Nov. 5 Constitutional amendment election this week, along with designation of election judges for each polling location.
Early voting is set for weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 21, through Nov. 1, at the Cooke County Annex Building, 112 S. Dixon St. in Gainesville. (Judges are Sharon Steubing, Myrna S. McDonald and Ruth Schlaudroff.)
On election day, Nov. 5, voters can visit the following locations from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. for the corresponding precincts:
Precincts 1, 3, 5 and 31 — North Central Texas College Library lyceum, 1525 W. California St. in Gainesville. (Judges are Chris McNamara and Claudia Melugin.)
Precincts 2, 30, 34 and 35 — First Christian Church, 401 N. Dixon St. in Gainesville. (Judges are Sharon Sistrunk and Mary Onugha.)
Precincts 4, 26 and 37 — Hillcrest Church of Christ, 1712 O’Neal St. in Gainesville. (Judges are Dianne Helms and Farzana Ravjani.)
Precincts 6 and 9 — Callisburg Community Center, 92 McDaniel St. in Callisburg. (Judges are Elizabeth Mendenhall and Carolyn Hassel.)
Precincts 7 and 28 — Tabernacle Baptist Church, 305 County Road 194. (Judges are Jim Yeargan and Nell Ware.)
Precinct 8 — Callisburg Elementary School, 648 FM 3164. (Judges are Sharon McCormack and Sylvia McDaniel.)
Precinct 10 — Mt. Springs Community Center, 173 Mt. Springs Lane. (Judges are Loyd Hutson and Patrick Hermes.)
Precinct 11 — First Baptist Church activities building, 504 N. Lee St. in Valley View. (Judges are Pauline Lesch and Ken Leach.)
Precinct 12 and 14 — Era Community Center, 102 Malone St. in Era. (Judges are George Jones and John Kubicek.)
Precinct 15 — Myra Baptist Church, 218 Bradford St. in Myra. (Judges are Bill Black and Joe Munn.)
Precinct 17 — Muenster VFW, 136 Ash St. in Muenster. (Judges are Nancy Denison and LuElla Fuhrmann.)
Precinct 18 — First Baptist Church, 121 N. Pecan St. in Muenster. (Judges are Sarah Hess and Celine Dittfurth.)
Precincts 19 and 21 — Conrad Hall, 504 W. 4th St. in Lindsay. (Judges are Connie Grewing and Evelyn Furhmann.)
Precincts 20, 24, 25 and 27 — East Side Church of Nazarene, 1415 S. Radio Hill Road in Gainesville. (Judges are Tricia Williford and Darlene Crawford.)
Precinct 22 — Lake Kiowa Lodge, 905 W. Kiowa Drive in Lake Kiowa. (Judges are Sharron Acker and Sheri Raney.)
Precincts 33 — Moss Lake Fire Station, 160 Spur 1201 in Moss Lake. (Judges are Taylor Vestal and Barbara Pybas.)
For more information on the election, visit www.VoteTexas.gov. For more local election information, visit www.co.cooke.tx.us.
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