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November 5, 2012

Polling places for Tuesday's elections


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The following is a list of polling locations in Hunt County for Tuesday’s elections:

Box 101: Celeste Fire Station, 102 South 2nd Street, Celeste

Box 102: Wolfe City Middle School Gym, 506 West Hanna, Wolfe City

Box 103: Kingston Baptist Church, 4569 U.S. Highway 69, Celeste

Box 104: Salem-Kinser United Methodist, 1315 Rees, Greenville

Box 105: Love & Faith Fellowship, 1009 Rees, Greenville

Box 106: Iglesia Bautista Ridgecrest, 5400 Joe Ramsey, Greenville

Box 107: Crestview Christian Church, 5605 Wesley Street, Greenville

Box 108: Park Street Baptist Church, 2505 Park Street, Greenville

Box 109: Merit Baptist Church, 2576 Lake Avenue, Merit

Box 210: Floyd Baptist Church, 4311 U.S. Highway 380, Greenville

Box 211: Cedar Grove Baptist Church, 919 County Road 2178, Greenville

Box 212: Westview United Methodist Church, 6407 Sayle, Greenville

Box 213: 1st Baptist Church of Cash, 5422 State Highway 34 South, Greenville

Box 214: Trestle Board Lodge, 402 Richmond Avenue, Quinlan

Box 215: First Baptist Church, 2503 First Street, Caddo Mills

Box 216: Union Valley Fire Station, 7965 FM 1565, Royse City

Box 217: Faith Temple Baptist Church, 11214 FM 1565, Poetry

Box 318: Prairie Valley Baptist Church, 2435 FM 513, Campbell

Box 319: Lone Oak Civic Center, 111 Town Square, Lone Oak

Box 320: Lake Tawakoni Regional Chamber, 100 West State Highway 276, West Tawakoni

Box 321: Lakeview Church Family Center, 11020 FM 751, Quinlan

Box 322: First Asssembly of God, 728 East Quinlan Parkway

Box 323: Cash Fire Department, 4745 State Highway 34 South, Greenville

Box 324: Oak Creek Country Club, 969 Jack Finney, Greenville

Box 325: Fletcher Warren Civic Center, 5501 U.S. Highway 69 South, Greenville

Box 426: Fairlie Community Center, 5509 FM 1563, Commerce

Box 427: Commerce City Hall, 1119 Alamo, Commerce

Box 428: 1st United Methodist Church, 1709 State Highway 50, Commerce

Box 429: Sand Hills Country Club, 5950 Sand Hills Drive, Commerce

Box 430: Timberglen, 341 Canterbury Way, Greenville

Box 431: Neylandville City Hall, 2469 County Road 4311, Greenville

BOX 432: Aberfoyle Baptist Church, 7665 FM 512, Wolfe City

Box 433: Reecy Davis Recreation Center, 4320 Lee, Greenville

Box 434: Campbell Community Center, 111 West Main Street, Campbell

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