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Two Additional Early Voting Locations Open

Two Additional Early Voting Locations Open

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~ 1 mo, 15 days ago   Oct 19 2020, 4:20pm 
Two Additional Early Voting Locations Open
 
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The two additional early voting locations at the Spring Creek Greenway Nature Center (1300 Riley Fuzzel Road) and the East Montgomery County Courthouse (21130 Highway 59 South) were approved unanimously during this morning’s special Commissioners Court session.
 
The two new locations will open at 9 a.m. and will follow the same schedule as the other locations throughout the duration of early voting.
 
The schedule is as follows:
 
10/19 open until 7 p.m.
 
10/20-10/24: 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
 
10/25 Noon - 5 p.m.
 
10/26-10/30 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
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RedPanda Active Indicator LED Icon
~ 1 mo, 15 days ago   Oct 19 2020, 4:23pm 
I heard the Lonestar community college in Creekside(?) that no one knows about has very less turnout and people are in and out of there in 15 min. I had to wait an hour in rain. But worth every min to keep the left out of all power! Rain or shine, we have to save this country from socialism and censorship! 🇺🇲
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~ 1 mo, 14 days ago   Oct 20 2020, 9:10am 
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~ 1 mo, 14 days ago   Oct 20 2020, 9:21am 
Please take a note of this. I am running for a slot on the Board of Directors for Position 2 due to concerns about deforestation to build multi family complexes. That is the way that Woodland Development Co (a mask for the Howard Hughes) makes money. The board, the MOCO commissioners and the Judge are colluded with the Hughes to continue the deforestation. If this continue, in 10 more years there is not going to be "woods" in the Woodlands. I am not asking you to vote for me since you hate people with foreign last names. I am asking that you don't vote for any incumbent. Find other people, honestly interested in the Woodlands instead of the personal gain or the prestige that they can monetize by being on the Board of Directors. Thanks, Luis Granados, PhD www.lg-engineering.us
 
@rogerdsl : It is sickening what is happening to TW....just horrible!!
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~ 1 mo, 14 days ago   Oct 20 2020, 9:25am 
The board, the MOCO commissioners and the Judge are colluded with the Hughes to continue the deforestation. If this continue, in 10 more years there is not going to be "woods" in the Woodlands. I am not asking you to vote for me since you hate people with foreign last names.
 
@rogerdsl : We most certainly will vote for conservationists like yourself! We've had it with with these idiots expanding TW into flood plains while cutting down all the trees. Last names do not matter - if they did, Rafael "Ted" Cruz wouldn't be a multiple term senator from TX. But do you have evidence of what you allege?
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~ 1 mo, 14 days ago   Oct 20 2020, 12:45pm 
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