Early voting begins Monday

Early voting begins Monday

There are 4 comments on the Star Community Newspapers story from Oct 17, 2008, titled Early voting begins Monday. In it, Star Community Newspapers reports that:

Coppell and Carrollton residents can cast their vote for the Nov. 4 election beginning Monday.

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Julie Campbell

Plano, TX

#1 Oct 21, 2008
Really? where? Coppell Town Center says no early voting.
Sarah

Bedford, TX

#2 Oct 23, 2008
Where do we go? Will some one pls reply!
Josh

Plano, TX

#3 Oct 24, 2008
If you click on the full story to the right, it tells you. It will be at the Valley Ranch library on Cimarron Tr. for Coppell residents.
Michael G Coppell

United States

#4 Oct 29, 2008
Here is the story from Gazette on Early Voting. To bad that there isn't any early polling places inside of Coppell.
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Early voting begins Monday
By Senitra Horbrook, Staff writer
(Created: Friday, October 17, 2008 11:50 AM CDT)
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Coppell and Carrollton residents can cast their vote for the Nov. 4 election beginning Monday. Early voting is set to take place from Oct. 20 to 31.
“It’s convenient. You’ve got a 12 day voting period, which includes six days that are 12-hour days. It also includes Saturday and Sunday,” said Bruce Sherbet, Dallas County elections administrator.“If you know how you want to vote, it works out better in the long run. You’re not waiting in lines on Election Day. Also if you have any reason to believe you won’t be available on Election Day…it’s really insurance you’ll be able to get your vote in.”
There are currently no early voting locations in Coppell. However, the closest location is at Valley Ranch Library located on 401 Cimarron Trail in Irving. Voting locations in Carrollton include the Josey Ranch Lake Library, 1700 Keller Springs Road, for registered Dallas County voters and Hebron & Josey Library, 4220 N. Josey Lane, for registered Denton County voters. Voting hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 20 to 24, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Oct. 25, 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Oct. 26, and 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Oct. 27 to 31.
Residents of both counties are allowed to vote at any of the early voting locations in their county.
For a complete list of locations, visit elections.dentoncounty.com or dalcoelections.org .
On Nov. 4, registered voters must vote at the site designated for their precinct. Check your voter certificate for your precinct number.
In Dallas County, there are 737,000 voters and more than 125,000 of them are new voters that have registered since January. Before the cutoff date last week, the Dallas County Elections Department received about 45,000 voter applications, which included change of address requests. Sherbet thinks early voting will represent 50 percent of the total vote, the same percentage from four years ago.
“The majority of voters know what they want to do right now,” he said.“There may be some undecided or may be doing research on other offices (aside from president).”

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