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Primary Election Tuesday, May 29

Published May 26, 2012 @ 2:21 p.m.

Interest in Garza County races stimulated a large early voting turn out which could mean a strong showing at the polls on Primary Election Day, Tuesday, May 29.  With no Democratic opponents, the winners of the Garza County Sheriff's race; County Commissioner, Precinct 1; Constable, Precinct 2 and District Attorney 106th Judicial District will be determined by the Republican Primary Election.

At the end of early voting Friday, May 25, a total of 456 ballots had been cast in person, approximately 17% of Garza County registered voters.  Of those, 433 were Republican; 23 Democratic.  These early voting (in person) numbers for the 2012 Primary Election topped the turn out for the 2008 primary, 454 early votes, when we were also deciding party nominees for U. S. President.

Election Day polls are open Tuesday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.  Your voting location is determined by the voting precinct shown on your yellow voter registration card.  You can find this information in the square “Prec. No.” on the side of the registration card with “Voter Registration Certificate” at the top.  Note:  Your voting precinct may be different from your County Commissioner precinct. 

Voting locations are: 
Voting Precinct 1:  Presbyterian Church, 910 W. 10th St., Post, Texas 79356, Fellowship Hall, Rear Door
Voting Precinct 2:  Post Community Center, 113 W. Main St., Post, Texas 79356, Main Street Door
Voting Precinct 3: Citizens Bank, 210 N. Broadway, Post, Texas 79356, Community Room
Voting Precinct 4: Wells Fargo Bank, 216 W. Main, Post, Texas 79356, Community Room
Voting Precinct 5: Southland ISD, 190 8th Street, Southland, Texas 79364, Superintendent's Office
Voting Precinct 6: Lake Alan Henry Fire Station, 2699 FM 3519, Justiceburg, TX 79330, at North Ridge entrance

Be sure to check for election results following Tuesday’s Primary Election.

Click here to see the sample ballots hosted on the Garza County web site.

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