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June 22, 2012

6-23 Edmond-area polling locations

Where to find your polling precinct

EDMOND — Polls will be open for the state primary election from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. June 26, but other voting options are available.

The Oklahoma County and Logan County election boards can accept absentee ballots until the close of polling stations. Also, voters can cast ballots in person absentee from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday and 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday. A two-member bipartisan absentee voting board will be on duty those days to assist in-person absentee voters.

For any other questions, call the Oklahoma County Election Board at 713-1515, the Logan County Election Board at 282-1900 or the Canadian County Election Board at 422-2422. The Oklahoma County Election Board is at 4201 N. Lincoln in Oklahoma City.

Voters who do not know their polling location may find it online at www.elections.ok.gov in the “Frequently Asked Questions” section of the State Election Board’s Web site.

Following is a list of Edmond area polling locations with their precinct numbers:

550035 Coffee Creek Baptist Church, 1650 N.W. 220th St.

550036 St. Monica Catholic Church, 2001 N. Western Ave.

550037 Westwood Church Of Christ, 3100 W. Danforth Road

550038 Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 308 N.W. 164th St.

550039 Calvary Temple, 1801 S. Kelly Ave.

550040 Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 308 N.W. 164th St.

550041 Edmond Road Baptist Church, 1207 W. Edmond Road

550042 Edmond School Administration, 1001 W. Danforth Road

550043 Waterloo Road Baptist Church, 3100 E. Waterloo Road

550044 Oaktree Assembly Of God, 400 W. Danforth

550045 St. Mark Lutheran Church, 1501 N. Bryant Ave.

550046 Highland Ridge Retirement, 1300 E. Ayers

550047 Bradford Village, 300 Enz Drive

550048 Edmond Church Of God, 1005 N. Broadway

550049 Rosewood Manor Apt Clubhouse, 800 S. Kelly Ave.

550050 Calvary Temple, 1801 S. Kelly Ave.

550051 The Crossing Clubhouse, 13801 Crossing Way East

550052 The Garvey Center, 2501 E. Memorial Road

550053 Presbyterian Church, 1001 S. Rankin St.

550054 First Baptist Church of Edmond, 1300 S.E. 33rd St.

550055 First Christian Church, Second and Boulevard

550056 Edmond Church Of Christ, 801 S. Bryant Ave.

550057 Edmond Church Of Christ, 801 S. Bryant Ave.

550058 Community Of Christ Church, 1200 E. Danforth

550059 Waterloo Road Baptist Church, 3100 E. Waterloo Road

550060 Life Church, 4500 E. Second St.

550061 Spring Creek Assembly Of God, 1600 S.E. 15th St.

550062 First Baptist Church Of Edmond, 1300 S.E. 33rd St.

550063 Memorial Road Mennonite Brethren Church, 4201 E. Memorial Road

550064 Life Church, 4500 E. Second St.

550065 St. James A M E Church, 700 N. Main St. (Arcadia)

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