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Voting locations for Nov. 6 election

Voting locations open Tuesday, Nov. 6 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Abernathy City Hall - 811 Avenue D, Abernathy

Ace Hardware - 4426 34th St

Bacon Heights Baptist Church - 5039 53rd St

Broadview Baptist Church - 1302 N Frankford Ave

Byron Martin ATC - 3201 Avenue Q***

Calvary Baptist Church - 5301 82nd St***

Casey Administration Building - 501 7th St, Wolfforth

Catholic Diocese of Lubbock - 4620 4th St

Cavazos Middle School - 210 N University Ave

Celebration Christian Center - 8001 Upland Ave

Church on the Rock-10503 Slide Rd

Elks Lodge No. 1348 - 3409 Milwaukee Ave

First Assembly of God Church - 3801 98th St

Godeke Branch Library - 6707 Slide Rd

Green Lawn Church of Christ - 5701 19th St

Harwell Elementary School - 4101 Avenue D

Hodges Community Center - 4011 University Ave

Home Depot - 2615 50th St

Idalou Clubhouse - 202 W 7th St, Idalou

Lubbock-Cooper ISD Administration Office - 16302 Loop 493

Lubbock-Cooper North Elementary School - 3202 108th St

Lubbock-Cooper West Elementary School - 10101 Fulton Ave

Mae Simmons Community Center - 2004 Oak Avenue

Mount Vernon United Methodist Church - 2304 Cedar Avenue

New Deal ISD Administration Office - 401 S Auburn St, New Deal

Parsons Elementary - 2811 58th St

Patterson Library - 1836 Parkway Ave

Roberts Elementary School - 7901 Avenue P

Roosevelt Clubhouse - 1400 CR 3300

Roscoe Wilson Elementary School - 2807 25th St

Shallowater Community Center - 902 Avenue H, Shallowater

Slaton ISD Administration Office - 140 E Panhandle, Slaton

St Joseph Catholic Church - 102 N Avenue P

St Paul's Episcopal Church - 1510 Avenue X

Sunset Church of Christ - 3625 34th St

Terra Vista Middle School - 1111 Upland Ave

TTU Student Union Building - 15th St & Akron Ave

***American Sign Language Interpreters available

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