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Where Is Your Polling Place?

Here's where to find the info you need if you're voting in Woonsocket tomorrow.

 

Tomorrow is Election Day 2012 — here's your guide to local polling places and the new Voter ID law. 

Here's a quick run-down of tomorrow's election, including where you can find your local polling place:

Where do I vote?

See the list below to find the location of your polling place; visit the RI Secretary of State's Voter Information website to see which voting district is yours, and to view sample ballots.

Polling Hours & Locations

Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. at 11 locations across Woonsocket. Don't know which district you're in? Find out here.

State Rep. Dist. 49

Voting Dist. 1 (Sen. 20): Middle School at Hamlet gym, 60 Florence Dr.  

Voting Dist. 2 (Sen. 24): John F. Kennedy Manor, 547 Clinton St.

Voting Dist. 3 (Sen.24):  Park View, 218 Pond St.

Voting Dist. 4 (Sen. 24): Fairmont Heights - 525 Second Ave.

State Rep. Dist. 50

Voting Dist. 5 (Sen. 20):  100 Front St.     

Voting Dist. 6 (Sen. 24):  Fire Station #1, 169 Providence St. 

Voting Dist. 7 (Sen. 24):  Our Lady Queen of Matyrs, School Hall, 1371 Park Ave.

Voting Dist. 8 (Sen. 24): Bernon Heights School, 657 Logee St.  

State Rep. Dist. 51

Voting Dist. 9 (Sen. 20): Leo A. Savoie School, Cafeteria, 990 Mendon Road    

Voting Dist. 10 (Sen. 20): WHS, 777 Cass Ave.

Voting Dist. 11 (Sen. 20):  Governor Pothier School, Gym 420 Robinson St. 

 

What about Voter ID?

This year, all Rhode Island voters will be required to show a valid ID prior to voting, which include driver's licenses, passports, school identification cards, and RIPTA bus passes, among others, according to the Secretary of State's Voter ID web page. A photo ID will be required in 2014.

Voters who do not have an ID tomorrow can fill out a provisional ballot, which will be checked against their signature on their voting application (on file with the town's board of canvassers). If the signatures match, the provisional ballot will be considered vaild.

If you'd like to get a Rhode Island Voter ID card, check out this video on how.

Where can I get more information?

Contact the Secretary of State's office at (401) 222-2340, visit sos.ri.gov, or call the Woonsocket Board of Canvassers at 401-767-9223.

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