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Old 10-23-2016, 10:55 PM
 
Location: San Antonio, Texas
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When I look them up on Google, I end up getting THREE early voting sites for my address. Does that mean I'm on all 3 rolls? Wouldn't that mean that I can potentially vote THREE times?!

If I'm on all 3 rolls, how would they know whether or not I had voted already? Or is Google making a mistake and I can actually only vote at 1 specific location?

Check out the Google early voting site lookup & let me know if you're getting one location or multiple locations. I'm just really confused.
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Old 10-23-2016, 10:59 PM
 
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During the Early Voting Period, you can vote at any site. They will load the proper ballot, based on your precinct. If you wait until the official voting day, you must go to the specific polling place for your precinct, which may be combined with one or two other precincts.


There will only be one place you can vote on Election Day, but if you vote early, it's your choice. Pick one.
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Old 10-23-2016, 11:05 PM
 
Location: San Antonio, Texas
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Ohhhhhh. Well, that makes a ton of sense. Thank you very much!
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Old 10-24-2016, 11:00 AM
 
Location: San Antonio
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You can early vote ANYWHERE at all, they just give you the closest to your registered location addresses in case it is helpful. You can vote across town, no issues.
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Old 10-24-2016, 11:30 AM
 
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You can early vote ANYWHERE at all, they just give you the closest to your registered location addresses in case it is helpful. You can vote across town, no issues.
Exactly. Among the places I've early voted in the past include: Tobin Library, Castle Hills City Hall, and Leon Valley Community Center.


My precinct's polling place is combined with another precinct. It's not located in my precinct. In fact, it's at a school that isn't even in the same school district as my residence! I waited until election day to try to vote in the Primary earlier this year. BIG MISTAKE! I went by the school early in the day, but couldn't find parking, and there was a long line out the door. Tried later in the day, even worse. I left without casting a ballot, due to the inconvenience it presented, and the amount of time that would be required.


Vote early!
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Old 10-24-2016, 05:14 PM
 
Location: San Antonio. Tx 78209
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I have voted in the past at Tobin library and Takas park in windcrest, usually takas is pretty deserted
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Old 10-24-2016, 11:04 PM
 
Location: San Antonio
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I have SEVERAL friends around the city who said they tried to vote today, and were not able to because of their schedule and the lines being so long. Several folks said the wait was up to 3 hours long...seems to be a LOT of interest in this election, I am grateful. Everyone (to include the folks working the polling stations) said they have NEVER seen lines like this in past elections.
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Old 10-25-2016, 12:20 AM
 
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Yes Soviet, this election is rigged and this means you can vote for Hillary three times.
I saw it on T.V.

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When I look them up on Google, I end up getting THREE early voting sites for my address. Does that mean I'm on all 3 rolls? Wouldn't that mean that I can potentially vote THREE times?!

If I'm on all 3 rolls, how would they know whether or not I had voted already? Or is Google making a mistake and I can actually only vote at 1 specific location?

Check out the Google early voting site lookup & let me know if you're getting one location or multiple locations. I'm just really confused.
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Old 10-25-2016, 12:46 AM
 
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When I look them up on Google, I end up getting THREE early voting sites for my address. Does that mean I'm on all 3 rolls? Wouldn't that mean that I can potentially vote THREE times?!

If I'm on all 3 rolls, how would they know whether or not I had voted already? Or is Google making a mistake and I can actually only vote at 1 specific location?
There’s information that you must provide at any location before voting.
Once done, you cast your vote.

To go to another site, with the same information. I doubt you will be
able to vote again.

If you are able to vote again, eventually you will have to do some explaining.
Regardless of how many early voting sites you received.
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Old 10-25-2016, 04:48 PM
 
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There’s information that you must provide at any location before voting.
Once done, you cast your vote.

To go to another site, with the same information. I doubt you will be
able to vote again.
I voted today at the Parman Library near Stone Oak. The line was an hour long at 9:30 and parking spaces were difficult to find. I found myself behind a few dozen seniors who were bused in from some sort of assisted living facility and it was heartwarming to see them spend an hour on their feet in order to vote. One woman fell down but insisted on waiting in line to vote.

One of the elderly women was flagged when the records showed that she had requested a ballot by mail, even though she insisted that she hadn't done so. The poll workers were very nice and told her that they would have to invalidate the mail-in ballot. It was nice to see that at least some sort of effort was being made to prevent voter fraud.
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