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New Early Voting Locations in Corpus Christi

New polling locations will be set up in Nueces County for early voting, which begins Oct. 13, a week earlier than usual. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott added an additional week to the usually two-week-long early voting period to accommodate COVID-19 regulations and avoid long waiting lines to vote in the upcoming Nov. 3 general election.

As this is a presidential election, voter turnout is expected to be much higher than usual during both early and Election Day voting.

Polling places are being moved from smaller, high-traffic areas to larger venues, such as the American Bank Center, to accommodate social distancing, said Nueces County Clerk Kara Sands.

The Flour Bluff High School Maintenance Building will replace the Ethel Eyerly Senior Center, a high-traffic polling place that is much smaller.

Nueces County commissioners voted to raise the pay for poll workers during a recent meeting. Pay was raised to $14 an hour for lead clerks and presiding judges and $12 an hour for additional clerks. Each polling place should have one lead clerk and five clerks.

Early voting polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Oct.13-30 at these locations:

• Adkins Middle School

• American Bank Center

• Banquete ISD

• Ben F. McDonald Library

• Bishop Multipurpose Building

• Corpus Christi Army Depot

• Corpus Christi Christian Fellowship

• Deaf and Hard of Hearing Center

• Del Mar College

• Flour Bluff High School Maintenance Building

• Grant Middle School

• Hattie Martin — Robstown ISD

• Hilltop Community Center

• Johnny Calderon Building

• London ISD Middle/High School

• Magee Elementary Star Annex

• New Life Church

• Padre Island Baptist Church

• Port Aransas Community Center

• Texas A&M University Corpus Christi

• The Valencia

• Tuloso-Midway High School

• Veterans Memorial High School

• West Oso Junior High

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TrueAmerican56 —
I'm going to have to go to the polls and vote because Republicans like killing as many people as possible, this election should have been mail-in.

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