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polling station

a building, such as a school, designated as the place to which voters go during an election to cast their votes
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Registered voters in four precincts were assigned to new polling places in grocery stores for yesterday's state primary election.
I have received many complaints from residents about long lines and delays at some polling places in Kane County, especially in growing areas.
We pilot-tested this in Mindoro wherein we established accessible polling places near the communities of IPs because one of their biggest problem is access to elections.
And, although the 55 polling places were the largest number ever in the US, the nearest polling station was still a long way from the homes of many expats.
EST - Hillary Clinton and her running mate Tim Kaine have both voted to much fanfare in their respective polling places, but a protest broke out inside of Donald Trump's polling place in New York City Tuesday morning.
The Department of Elections urges San Francisco voters to check their polling place location.
And taken together, Texas counties have closed more polling places than any other state, the report found.
The tablet system will be available at polling places in every town in Connecticut.
It also avoids situations like that of Rhode Island, which slashed the number of polling places by two-thirds earlier this year, outraging voters.
Of the 42 polling places, 14 are city-owned or belong to the Worcester Housing Authority, according to Ms.
In Florida, 38 percent of the polling places are churches.
In the queues that formed at many of the 2608 polling places, brightly coloured Yes and No paraphernalia stood out among the work clothes and school uniforms.