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Early electronic voting taking place, precinct realignments in place

Sun Advocate reporter

County volunteer Dana Pizzuto demonstrates the new electronic voting machines to used in this years election. Early voting will begin Oct. 24 and run through Nov. 5 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Carbon County Courthouse.

The 2006 general election is here. Early voting will begin at the Carbon County Courthouse in the County Clerks Office Oct. 24 and run through Nov. 3. Voters will have access to the new electronic voting machines from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For those who can't or don't want to go to the polling place on election day they can vote by absentee ballot. However, they must apply to vote in this fashion. After receiving their application the county clerk will send them a ballot. Absentee voters need to be sure to return it by the correct date. The deadline for early voting and submitting of an absentee ballot is Nov. 3.

Voting precinct have also been restructured this year and are as follows.

Scofield/Clear Creek Submit by Mail
East Helper
West Helper
Sally Mauro Elementary
20 2nd Avenue
Helper, UT 84526
Wellington South
Wellington North
East County
Wellington City Hall
150 W Main
Wellington, UT 84542
Indian Hills
South Price
Price City Public Works
432 West 600 South
Price, UT 84501
East Price Carbon County Courthouse
East Carbon North
East Carbon South
Senior Citizens Center
451 Denver Avenue
East Carbon, UT 84520
South County
Miller Creek Special
Community Center, Fairgrounds
393 South Fairgrounds Rd
Price, UT 84501
Castle Heights North
Castle Heights
Castle Heights Elementary
750 North Homestead Boulevard
Price, UT 84501
Central Price Price City Hall
185 East Main Street
Price, UT 84501
Northeast Price Carbon School Board Office
North Price 251 West 400 North
Price, UT 84501
Spring Glen Carbon Country Club
3055 North U.S. Highway 6
Helper, UT 84526
Active Re-Entry
10 South Fairgrounds Rd
Price, UT 84501

During Nov. 7 all precincts will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Members of the public are encouraged to turn out and vote.

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