The Norman Transcript


June 22, 2014

Polls open Tues. for Primary Election

NORMAN — Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday for the Primary Election.

Just as in early voting, state law requires all registered voters to prove their identity before voting in person at the precinct polling place. Bryant Rains, Secretary of the Cleveland County Election Board, urged voters to take their voter identification cards with them to the polls.

“Your voter ID card (issued by the County Election Board) can help precinct officials find your name in the Precinct Registry, and it may help them resolve the problem if you are not listed in the registry for some reason,” Rains said.

Alternatively, voters can bring an unexpired photo ID card issued by the U.S. government, the state of Oklahoma, or a federally recognized tribal government.

Voters without ID, or whose names are not found in the Precinct Registry, or voters who disagree with the information shown in the Registry, may always cast a provisional ballot. A provisional ballot is sealed in a special envelope and counted after election day if the voter’s information can be verified by the County Election Board.

Following is a list of the precinct polling places for the Tuesday Primary Election:

2 St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, 421 E. Acres St.

3 Norman First Church of the Nazarene, 1801 N. Porter Ave.

4 St. Andrews United Methodist Church, 2727 SW 119th, Oklahoma City

5 Beth Haven Church, 12400 S. Western, Oklahoma City

6 Administrative Services Center, 131 S. Flood Ave.

7 Mid America Christian University, 3500 SW 119th, Oklahoma City

8 St. John’s Episcopal Church, 235 W. Duffy St.

9 Eastlake Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 700 SW 134th St., Oklahoma City

10 New Life United Methodist Church, 1105 NW 27th, Moore

11 Calvary Chapel of Norman, 1401 W. Boyd St.

12 Wildwood Community Church, 1501 24th Ave N.E.

13 Cross Main Building, 1600 Jenkins Ave.

14 St. Thomas More University Parish, 100 Stinson St.

15 Alameda Church of Christ, 801 Alameda St.

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