Fewer polling places and the new voter ID law are changing things up for this election.
Things are a bit different this election year in Wooonsocket. Before you show up to the polls on Tuesday, Sept. 11 for the primary elections, check out our quick and easy guide to this year's polls. 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): Crepeau Court, 100 Front St. Voting Dist. 6 (Sen. 24): Fire Station #1, 169 Providence St. Voting …
Rhode Island holds its Presidential Primary tomorrow, Apr. 24. Here's where to find the info you need if you're voting.
Monday, April 23, 2012
In one of the final contests of the 2012 Presidential race, Rhode Island holds its primary vote tomorrow, Apr. 24. Here's a quick run-down of tomorrow's primary, including where you can find your local polling place: Where do I vote? Rhode Island Secretary of State Ralph Mollis's office mantains a Voter Information Center polling place search web site, where voters can find where to vote. You can also find helpful links at the city's Board of Canvassers' web site. Woonsocket is in Congressional District 1, so all voters will have the same ballot, which the City Clerk has posted at City Hall. Photos of the sample ballots have been attached to this article. Woonsocket will open polling places in Crepeau Court, 100 Front St., Kennedy Manor…