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November 5, 2013


The following are polling sites in Palo Pinto County for today’s elections. Voters will decide the fates of: a Mineral Wells ISD bond, a Graford ISD bond, Place 2 on the Palo Pinto Hospital District board and nine state constitutional propositions. Polls are open unil 7 p.m. tonight.

• Precinct 1 (Palo Pinto) – 4-H/Agrilife Extension building, 221 S. 5th Ave, Palo Pinto.

• Precinct 3 (Pickwick) – PK Lake Lions Club, 142 LaVilla Rd., Graford.

• Precinct 5 (Strawn) – City Hall, 118 E. Housley, Strawn.

• Precinct 6 (Gordon) – Gordon VFD, 111 E. Crockett St.

• Precincts 7 & 2 (Graford) – Lions Club, 117 N. Main, Graford.

• Precinct 8 (Santo) – Church of Christ, 171 Travis, Santo.

• Precinct 9 (Sportsman’s World, Gaines Bend, The Cliffs) – VFD/Community Center, 3140 Hell’s Gate Loop Rd., Strawn.

• Precincts 11, 17, 25 & 30 (South-Central Mineral Wells) – Knights of Pythias Lodge #202, 610 S.E. 14th St. Mineral Wells.

• Precincts 12, 23, 24 & 26 – (Mineral Wells, Northeast) – Palo Pinto County Sheriff’s Posse building, 1300 Farm-to-Market Road 1821, Mineral Wells.

• Precincts 13 & 27 – (Mineral Wells, Northwest) – Mineral Wells Senior Center, 102 N.W. 6th Ave., Mineral Wells.

• Precincts 14 & 28 (Mineral Wells, Southwest) – MWISD District Services Center, 906 S.W. 5th Ave., Mineral Wells.

• Precinct 15 (Salesville) – Salesville Baptist Church, 1581 Salesville Rd., Salesville.

• Precinct 16 (Lone Camp) – Community Center, 7260 South FM Rd. 4, Lone Camp.

• Precinct 18 (Mingus) – Mingus City Hall.

• Precinct 20 (Fox Hollow) – Westlake Chapel, 501 Highway 1148, Graham.

• Precincts 4, 21 & 29 (Mineral Wells, Southeast) – Southside Church of Christ, 1401 S.E. 25th Ave, Mineral Wells.

• Precinct 22 (Progress) – Fairview Baptist Church, 1062 Fairview Rd., Mineral Wells.

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