The Edmond Sun

Local News

February 7, 2014

Polling places in Edmond

EDMOND — Polls will be open for school board elections in both Edmond and Guthrie from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday.

The Oklahoma County and Logan County election boards can accept absentee ballots until the close of polling stations.

For any other questions, call the Oklahoma County Election Board at 713-1515, the Logan County Election Board, 282-1900. The Oklahoma County Election Board is at 4201 N. Lincoln in Oklahoma City. The Logan County Election Board is at 224 E. Vilas, Guthrie

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

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

Precinct 550039, Calvary Temple, 1801 S. Kelly Ave.

Precinct 550050, Calvary Temple, 1801 S. Kelly Ave.

Precinct 550051, The Crossing Clubhouse, 13801 Crossing Way East

Precinct 550053, Presbyterian Church, 1001 S. Rankin St.

Precinct 550111, The Garvey Center, 2501 E. Memorial Road

Precinct 50126, St. Augustine of Canterbury, 14700 N. May Ave.

Precinct 550127, Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 15400 N. Western Ave.

Precinct 550128, Epworth Vila Warehouse, 14901 N. Pennsylvania Ave.

Precinct 550129, Epworth Villa, 14901 N. Pennsylvania Ave.

Precinct 550130, St. Elijah Antiochian Church, 15000 N. May Ave.

Precinct 550131, St. Elijah Antiochian Church, 15000 N. May Ave.

Precinct 550132, Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 15400 N. Western Ave.

Precinct 550139 Church of The Servant, 14343 N. MacArthur Blvd.

Precinct 550140, Church of The Servant, 14343 N. MacArthur Blvd.

Precinct 550143, BancFirst, 4500 W. Memorial Road

Precinct 550144, Our Lord’s Community Church, 11400 N. Portland Ave.

Precinct 550145, Northpark Mall, 12100 N. May Ave.

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

Precinct 420101 Harmony Community Church, Highway 33 and 3/4 mile east of Highway 74F, Cashion

Precinct 420102 Harmony Community Church, 1201 S. Penn, Guthrie

Precinct 420103, Oak Cliff Fire Station No. 2, 12037 S. Santa Fe

Precinct 420104, Seward Road Baptist Church, 4801 W. Seward Road, Guthrie

Precinct 420105, Lakeview Baptist Church, Sooner and Seward Road, Guthrie

Precinct 420106, Waterloo Church of Nazarene, 457 W. Waterloo Road

Precinct 420201, Coyle Christian Church, 200 W. Main St., Coyle

Precinct 420203 Meridian Fire Department, 12250 Highway 105, Guthrie

Precinct 420204 Guthrie Housing Authority, 1524 E. Perkins, Guthrie

Precinct 420205 Community Church, 512 E. Seward Road, Guthrie

Precinct 420206 Hispanic Baptist Church, 12800 S. Sooner Road

Precinct 420207 Woodcrest Baptist Church, 11300 S. Douglas Blvd., Guthrie

Precinct 420301 Marshall Town Hall, 204 E. Main, Marshall

Precinct 420303 Crescent Community Center, 621 E. Van Buren, Crescent

Precinct 420304 Mulhall Community Center, 118 Baty, Mulhall

Precinct 420305 Guthrie Christian Church, 1802 W. Logan, Guthrie

Precinct 420307 First Christian Church, 402 E. Noble, Guthrie

Precinct 420308 First Assembly of God, 1900 S. Division, Guthrie

Precinct 420309 Wesley Foundation at Langston, 777 Sammy Davis Jr., Langston

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