Early Voting in Corpus Christi Through Nov. 1
Early voting in the November 5 state constitutional and select local elections is underway through November 1. In Nueces County, the city of Robstown will decide on a mayor, six city council members, and seven propositions, A-F. All other Nueces County voters will be asked to vote up or down on a list of 10 amendments to the state constitution.
“To make well-informed votes, we must educate ourselves on the changes proposed,” said State Rep. Todd Hunter (R-Corpus Christi) in a recent newsletter to constituents in the Coastal Bend. He pointed to a website with details and specifics on each amendment for more information.
“You have access to the arguments for and against each amendment on the website as well,” he continued.
Early voting locations in Nueces County are:
NUECES COUNTY COURTHOUSE
910 Leopard St.
BISHOP COMMUNITY CENTER
102 W. Joyce St., Bishop
CALALLEN ISD ADMINISTRATION BUILDING
4205 Wildcat Drive
DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING CENTER
5151 McArdle Road
ETHEL EYERLY SENIOR CENTER
654 Graham Road
GREENWOOD SENIOR CENTER
4040 Greenwood Drive
HILLTOP COMMUNITY CENTER
11425 Leopard St.
ISLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
14030 Fortuna Bay Drive
JOHNNY CALDERON BUILDING
710 E. Main St., Robstown
THE VALENCIA 2ND FLOOR CONFERENCE ROM
6110 Ayers St.
VETERANS MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL
3750 Cimarron Blvd.
Hours are the following:
8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday, October 21-24 at all locations
8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, October 26, at Nueces County Courthouse, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Center, and Johnny Calderon Building only; all other locations closed on this date.
8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Wednesday, October 28-30, at all locations
7 a.m.-7 p.m. Thursday-Friday, October 31-November 1, at all locations
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