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October 21, 2014

Election day polling locations

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Posted: Tuesday, March 4, 2014 12:00 am | Updated: 4:14 pm, Tue Mar 4, 2014.

TODAY’S POLLING LOCATIONS

Galveston County has 39 voting centers for the party primaries.

Registered voters, no matter where they live in the county, may cast a ballot at any one of the voting centers.

All voters are required to have some form of government-issued photo identification in order to vote.

Hours: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today

Locations

Joe Faggard Community Center: 1750 Highway 87, in Crystal Beach

Rebecca Sealy — UTMB Campus: (First floor. Free parking for voters; use the garage on Postoffice Street) 404 8th St., in Galveston

Galveston County Courthouse: (Second floor) 722 Moody (21st Street,) in Galveston

Island Community Center: 4700 Broadway Blvd., in Galveston

Alamo School (Enter on east side of the building): 5200 Ave N½, in Galveston

L.A. Morgan Elementary School:1410 37th St., in Galveston

Moody Methodist Church: (Enter on the Gulf side

of the building) 2803 53rd Street, in Galveston

Weis Intermediate: (Enter the corridor on the southwest side of the building) 7100 Stewart Road, in Galveston

Seaside Baptist Church: 16534 Termini-San Luis Pass Road, in Jamaica Beach

MUD 12 Building: (Second floor) 2929 Highway 6, in Bayou Vista

Greater St. Matthews Baptist Church: (Foyer) 6333 state Highway 6, in Hitchcock

Highland Creek Cam: (formerly Camp Good News) 6205 Delany Road, in Hitchcock

West County Building: (Courtroom) 11730 state Highway 6, in Santa Fe

Runge Park Community Center: 4605 Peck Avenue, in Santa Fe

Texas City Central Fire Station: (Use the training room entrance at the far right side of the building) 1721 25th St. N., in Texas City

Nessler Center: (Surf Room) 2010 5th Ave. N., in Texas City

Calvary Baptist Church: 517 18th Ave. N., in Texas City

Northside Baptist Church: 2901 Logan, in Texas City

College of the Mainland: (Fine Arts Music building) 1200 Amburn Road, in Texas City

Carver Park: (Carter Room) 6415 Park Ave., in Texas City

La Marque City Hall: (Community Room) 1109-B Bayou Road, in La Marque

Dickinson Community Center: 2714 state Highway 3, in Dickinson

Dickinson City Hall: (Council chambers) 4403 state Highway 3, in Dickinson

Bay Colony Elementary: 101 Bay Colony Elementary at Highway 646, in Dickinson

San Leon Volunteer Fire Station: (Training Room) 12th Street and Avenue D, in San Leon

Bacliff Community Center: 4503 11th St., in Bacliff

Kemah City Hall: (Council chambers) 1401 state Highway 146, in Kemah

Harborview Care Center: (Use back entrance, walk through building to lounge) 300 Enterprise Ave., in League City

CCISD Administration Building: (Board room) 2425 E. Main, in League City

League City Civic Center: (Ballroom) 400 W. Walker St., in League City

League City Intermediate: (Cafeteria) 2588 Webster St., in League City

Clear Falls High School: (Auditorium foyer. Reserved voter parking in circle in front of the building) 4380 Village Way, in League City

Bauerschlag Elementary: (Library) 2051 W. League City Parkway, in League City

Dominion Church: 401 Landing Blvd., in League City

Creekside Intermediate: (Practice gym North. Park in the lot on the east side of the building) 4320 W. Main St., in League City

Friendswood Church of Christ: (Enter by the left side door) 2051 Parkwood Ave., in Friendswood

Friendswood City Hall: (Second floor. Parking in the back of the building) 910 S. Friendswood Drive, in Friendswood

Old Friendswood Junior High: (Cafeteria. Use the entrance on the back left side of the building from the parking lot) 402 Laurel, in Friendswood

Amoco Federal Credit Union: (Community Room. Enter through the entrance on the right side of the building) 235 E. Parkwood Ave., in Friendswood


2014 candidates

Below is a list of the Republican, Democratic and Libertarian candidates seeking office for the 2014 elections.

U.S. Rep. 14

Republican

Randy Weber (i)

Democrats

Buck Willis

Donald G. Brown

Libertarian

John Wider

State Rep. 23

Republicans

Wayne Faircloth

Bob Senter

Democrats

Susan Criss

State Rep. 24

Republicans

Dr. Greg Bonnen (i)

Joseph Whittington

County Judge

Republicans

Mark Henry (i)

Michelle Hatmaker

County Comm. Pct. 2

Republicans

Kevin O’Brien (i)

Joe Giusti

Andy McDonald

John Listowski

Janet Hoffman

Beau Rawlins

County Comm. Pct. 4

Republicans

Ken Clark (i)

Democrats

Robert Hutchins

122nd District Court

Republicans

John Ellisor (i)

212th District Court

Republicans

Patricia Grady

Bret Griffin

Keith A. Gross

George Young

306th District Court

Republicans

Jennifer Burnett

Wilfried Schmitz

Anne Darring

Probate Judge

Republicans

Kim Sullivan (i)

County Court No. 1

Republicans

John Grady (i)

County Court No. 2

Republicans

Barbara Roberts (i)

Jonathan Kieschnick

County Court No. 3

Republicans

Kerri Foley (i)

Byron Fulk

Jack Ewing

Donnie Quintanilla

JP Precinct 1

Republicans

Toni Randall (i)

Allison Cox

Stephanie Barnett

JP Precinct 2

Republicans

Jim Schweitzer (i)

Jason O’Brien

Democrats

Mike Nelson (i)

Joe Foley

JP Precinct 3

Democrats

Darrell Apffell (i)

Penny Pope (i)

District Attorney

Republicans

Jack Roady (i)

Phillip Morris

District Clerk

Republican

John Kinard (i)

County Clerk

Republican

Dwight Sullivan (i)

County Treasurer

Republican

Kevin Walsh (i)

County Chair

Republicans

Barbara Meeks (i)    

D.J. Alvarez

Democrat

Lloyd Criss (i)

(i) incumbent