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HIDALGO COUNTY

VOTER GUIDE

February 2014

TexasPoliticos Primary Election March 4, 2014 Hidalgo County Polling Locations

2014

PRIMARY ELECTION

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Hidalgo County - Quick Facts

COURTS

The following school districts serve Hidalgo County: Donna ISD Edcouch-Elsa ISD Edinburg CISD Hidalgo ISD IDEA Public Schools La Joya ISD La Villa ISD Lyford CISD

The state court system is made up of the Supreme Court, the Court of Criminal Appeals, Courts of Appeal, District Courts, County Courts, County Courts at Law, Probate Courts, Justice of the Peace Courts and Municipal Courts. Hidalgo County, Texas contains 11 judicial districts, one Probate Court, one County Court, and six County Courts at Law. Hidalgo County is represented by Ruben Hinojosa of Texas' 15th congressional district, and Henry Cuellar of Texas' 28th congressional district.

POPULATION As of the 2010 census, the population was 774,769. The county seat is Edinburg, while the largest city is McAllen. Hidalgo County is one of the fastest-growing counties in the United States and is the eighth most-populous county in Texas.

RETAIL

The McAllen Metro Area is the main retail center in the Rio Grande Valley, drawing from a consumer base of over 10 million people within a 200-mile radius, mostly from the Mexican states of Nuevo Leon and northerncentral Tamaulipas. McAllen is represented by 40 of America's top 100 retailers and is ranked 3rd in Texas in per capita sales tax receipts.

INCOME Per capita money income in past 12 months, 2008-2012: $14,126 Persons below poverty level, percent, 08-12 - 35.0%

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McAllen ISD Mercedes ISD Mission CISD Monte Alto ISD Progreso ISD PSJA ISD Sharyland ISD Valley View ISD

In addition, the county is served by the multi-county South Texas Independent School District. The Catholic Diocese of Brownsville operates three PK-8th Grade schools, two lower-level elementary schools and two high schools. The University of Texas-RGV is located in Edinburg & South Texas College is located in McAllen.


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The March primary election will take place on Tuesday, March 4th 2014. Early Voting period is February 18 – February 28. As a registered voter in Texas, you have the right to: • A ballot with written instructions on how to cast a ballot. • Ask the polling place official for instructions on how to cast a ballot (but not suggestions on how to vote). • Cast your vote in secret and free from intimidation. • Receive up to two more ballots if you make a mistake while marking the ballot. • Bring an interpreter to assist you as you qualify to vote if you do not understand the English language. • Help to cast your ballot if you cannot write, see the ballot, or understand the language in which it is written. • Report possible voting rights abuse to the Secretary of State (1.800.252.8683) or to your local election official.

HIDALGO COUNTY Elections Administrator Yvonne Ramon P.O. Box 659, Edinburg 78540 PH: (956) 318-2570 FAX: (956) 393-2039

• Cast a provisional ballot if your name does not appear on the list of registered voters or you do not have proper identification. • Vote once at any early voting location during the early voting period within the territory conducting the election. • File an administrative complaint with the Secretary of State concerning violations of federal and state voting procedures. Here is a list of the acceptable forms of photo ID: • Texas drivers license issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) • Texas Election Identification Certificate issued by DPS • Texas personal identification card issued by DPS • Texas concealed handgun license issued by DPS • United States military identification card containing the person’s photograph • United States citizenship certificate containing the person’s photograph • United States passport With the exception of the U.S. citizenship certificate, the identification must be current or have expired no more than 60 days before being presented for voter qualification at the polling place.

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Harlingen, McAllen Lead Valley Building Boom 2013 Construction Continues to Rebound; Best in 5 Years

RIO GRANDE VALLEY – Concrete, carpet and composite roofs were in demand in 2013. Last year was the busiest for commercial and residential construction in the Valley in at least five years, according to a survey of area cities’ building permits compiled by the Rio Grande Valley Partnership. Valley cities recorded $926.8 million in building permits last year, about a 5% jump over 2012’s construction. Harlingen led the region in commercial construction with $134.9 million that included a Sam’s wholesale store, a Residence Inn by Marriott and several restaurants and retail outlets. McAllen spearheaded the RGV’s residential sector with $62.3 million in new home building just ahead of Brownsville and Edinburg. “We are creating opportunities for business and growth in the Valley with education and hard work,” said RGV Partnership CEO Julian Alvarez. “It’s really nice to see new neighborhoods and shopping centers go up. More people are investing in our region. We see it as viable place to do business and create jobs. It’s no coincidence that our unemployment rate drops as permits rise.” To be sure, six years ago 2008 was a boom year in the region and set low marks for unemployment in many cities and highs for construction permits. That year they totaled almost $900 million. Furthermore, in 2007,

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the Valley saw a record-setting $1.48 billion worth of construction permits filed in Valley cities. Fast forward through the recession and recovery years to 2013 and construction is nearly back to what it was and besting 2009, five years ago, when total construction permits were a paltry $617 million. Not every city is included and county permits (unincorporated areas) are not included in the survey (cities voluntarily submit info to RGV Partnership), but it is a great indication of the level of activity in the region. In all, the Partnership compiles numbers from 26 of the Valley’s largest cities and towns.

Harlingen, McAllen, Edinburg, Brownsville and Mission all broke the $100 million mark in permitted construction activity. All of them except for McAllen improved over 2012 (despite losses it’s just behind Harlingen in overall construction), and on the opposite end, Mission more than doubled building from 2012 to 2013, and San Juan’s permits quadrupled in value. RGV’s 10 largest cities. Residential and commercial permits issued. In millions. Compiled by RGV Partnership.


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2014 March Primary Election CandidateS

U. S. Senator Ballot Name Chris Mapp Curt Cleaver Dwayne Stovall John Cornyn Ken Cope Linda Vega Reid Reasor Steve Stockman David M. Alameel Harry Kim Kesha Rogers Maxey Marie Scherr Michael "Fjet" Fjetland

Commissioner - General Land Office Party REP REP REP REP REP REP REP REP DEM DEM DEM DEM DEM

U. S. Representative District 15 Doug Carlile Eddie Zamora Rubén Hinojosa

REP REP DEM

U. S. Representative District 28 Henry Cuellar

DEM

U. S. Representative District 34 Larry S. Smith Filemon B Vela

REP DEM

Governor Greg Abbott Lisa Fritsch Miriam Martinez SECEDE Kilgore Reynaldo “Ray” Madrigal Wendy R. Davis

REP REP REP REP DEM

Attorney General Barry Smitherman Dan Branch Ken Paxton Sam Houston

REP REP REP DEM

Comptroller of Public Accounts Debra Medina Glenn Hegar Harvey Hilderbran Raul Torres Mike Collier 8

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Party REP REP DEM

Commissioner of Agriculture Eric Opiela J. Allen Carnes Joe Cotten Sid Miller Tommy Merritt Hugh Asa Fitzsimons III Jim Hogan Richard “Kinky” Friedman

REP REP REP REP REP DEM DEM DEM

Railroad Commissioner Becky Berger Malachi Boyuls Ryan Sitton Wayne Christian Dale Henry Steve Brown

REP REP REP REP DEM DEM

Chief Justice, Supreme Court Nathan Hecht Robert Talton William Moody

REP REP REP REP DEM

Jeff Brown Joe Pool Lawrence Edward Meyers

REP REP DEM

REP REP DEM

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 7 Jeff Boyd Gina Benavides

REP DEM

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 8 Phil Johnson Sharon McCally

REP REP

Court of Criminal Appeals P. 3 Barbara Walther Bert Richardson John Granberg

REP REP DEM

Court of Criminal Appeals P. 4 Jani Jo Wood Kevin Patrick Yeary Richard Dean Davis

REP REP REP

Court of Criminal Appeals P. 9 David Newell W.C. “Bud” Kirkendall

Ballot Name Ruben Cortez Jr.

Party DEM

State Board of Edu., District 3 Dave Mundy Marisa B. Perez

REP DEM

State Representative District 35 Oscar Longoria

DEM

State Representative District 36 Mari Regalado Sergio Munoz, Jr.

DEM DEM

State Representative District 39 Armando “Mando” Martinez DEM

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6 REP REP REP REP DEM DEM

Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick David Dewhurst Jerry Patterson Todd Staples Leticia Van de Putte

Ballot Name David Watts George P. Bush John Cook

State Board of Edu., District 2

REP REP

State Representative District 40 Terry Canales

DEM

State Representative District 41 Elijah Israel Casas Bobby Guerra

REP DEM

13th Court of Appeals District, Place 6 Bradford M. Condit Doug Norman Dori Contreras Garza

REP REP DEM

206th Judicial District Rose Guerra Reyna

DEM

275th Judicial District Fidencio Guerra, Jr. Juan R. Partida Mauro Barreiro

DEM DEM DEM

370th Judicial District Noe Gonzalez

DEM

Criminal District Attorney - Hidalgo Rene Guerra Ricardo Rodriguez

DEM DEM

District Judge 92nd District Luis Manuel Singleterry Miguel Wise Rey Ortiz Jaime Tijerina

DEM DEM DEM REP

County Judge Ramon Garcia

DEM


Ballot Name Rodolfo “Rudy” Gonzalez

Party DEM

County Court At Law Judge CCL 2 Jaime Jay Palacios

DEM

County Court At Law Judge CCL 4 Federico (Fred) Garza, Jr.

DEM

County Court At Law Judge CCL 5 Arnoldo Cantu, Jr.

DEM

County Court At Law Judge CCL 6 Albert Garcia

DEM

County Court At Law Judge CCL 8 Julian Castaneda Marla Cuellar Omar Maldonado

DEM DEM DEM

County Probate Court Judge Homero Garza Rolando Cantu

DEM DEM

Justice of the Peace Pct. 1, Place 2

County Clerk Ballot Name Andrew Perez Arturo Guajardo, Jr. Perfecto Garza

Ballot Name Party Jesse Morales DEM Jose Ismael “Smiley” Alvarado Rivera DEM

Party DEM DEM DEM

County Commissioner Precinct 2 Eduardo “Eddie” Cantu Hector “Tito” Palacios Ricardo Medina

DEM DEM DEM

County Commissioner Precinct 4 Joseph Palacios

DEM

District Clerk Laura Hinojosa

DEM

County Treasurer Norma G. Garcia

DEM

Hidalgo Democratic Party Chair Juan Maldonado Robert Pena Jr. Ric Godinez Kenna Giffin

DEM DEM DEM DEM

Justice of the Peace Pct. 2, Place 2 Eloy Trevino Elvia Rios Hortencia “Tency” Martinez Jaime “Jerry” Munoz Juan “Joe” Vasquez Paul M. Vazaldua, Jr. Pete Garcia

DEM DEM DEM DEM DEM DEM DEM

Justice of the Peace Pct. 3, Place 2 Jose Melo Ochoa

DEM

Justice of the Peace Pct. 4, Place 2 Deborah Marmolejo Homer Jasso Jose Luis “J.L.” Salinas Rosendo “Ross” Beltran

DEM DEM DEM DEM

Hidalgo Republican Party Chair Sergio Sanchez

REP

2014 March Primary Election CandidateS

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Increasing Voter Turnout Through 2014 and Beyond Special to Texas Politicos - In the upcoming months Paul Vazaldua intends to work with local groups and community leaders in order to increase voter turnout in South Texas. Vazaldua has openly expressed that measuring an increase in voter turnout has been a passion of his for the last 25 years. Texas Politicos reached out to Paul M. Vazaldua, Jr., the 45 year old candidate for Justice of the Peace - Precinct 2 Place 2 during the 2014 Primary Election in Hidalgo County. Vazaldua says that he has devised a plan, which if followed, could entice eligible voters to head to the polls. “I believe that voters aren’t going to the polls because they lack information, not knowing where the polls are and not having enough information about the candidates who are running.” Vazaldua thinks part of the solution should involve local political parties taking an active role in providing information directly to the voters. This includes setting up a telephone hot line that provides voters information about elections, candidates and free transportation to the polls for any voter, regardless of political affiliation. “If voters know that there is free transportation available by calling in for a ride, this would be a great first step to increase turnout.” Vazaldua said. “Information is power!” he explained, “This needs to commence with a voter education project, informing voters of new opportunities to reach the polls.” Other points of Vazaldua’s plan include: 1) Asking the Hidalgo County Elections Department to provide more information about upcoming elections, including polling locations and times that those polls will be open. 10

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This information should be sent by mail directly to the voter with a phone number where questions will be answered. Other Counties in Texas also provide this information on a constant basis via KIOSK systems at malls and airports and Vazaldua believes that we should take a page from others success. 2) Request that federal legislation be in place that will mandate Public Service Announcements about upcoming elections through mass/’traditional’ media. 3) Coordinate with our local school districts by a. using campus marquis to advertise voting, b. sending notes home with students telling parents about upcoming elections, c. and reinforcing the idea that voting is a right and a privilege which students and young adults should not be so quick to disregard. 4) Introduce state legislation that mandates election sites to have long term contracts (10 years minimum) with

early voting and Election Day polling sites. As well as any changes in polling site locations require the county to provide notice to the affected region in order to prevent confusion to the voters. Vazaldua goes on to say that the Hidalgo County Elections Department must devise a plan to raise voter awareness by launching an online campaign, work w/ PACs (501(c)(4)), purchase billboard space, and make better utilization of the media, especially ‘new media’. “As a candidate for Justice of the Peace I found the most frequent question asked by voters is, “When is the election?” and I think that we are far too advanced in growing technology, creativity and marketing to still have this be such a major problem - we can resolve that. If we can make Twitter a household word then an election, primary or otherwise, should fall in that same category” Vazaldua said. For more information, questions, or a complete copy of the plan, contact Paul M. Vazaldua, Jr. at 956-451-6775 or send a request via email to paulmv555@yahoo.com


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MOBILE UNITS

E A RLY VOTING SCHE DU L E

EARLY VOTING SCHEDULE

(Horario para el Voto Adelantado)

Monday - Feb. 24, 2014

Days/ Dias

Dates/ Fechas

Hours/ Horas

Monday/ Lunes

Feb. 24, 2014

7:00 A.M. -- 7:00 P.M.

Tuesday/ Martes

Feb. 25, 2014

7:00 A.M. -- 7:00 P.M.

Wednesday/ Miércoles

Feb. 26, 2014

7:00 A.M. -- 7:00 P.M.

Thursday/ Jueves

Feb. 27, 2014

7:00 A.M. -- 7:00 P.M.

Friday/ Viernes

Feb. 28, 2014

7:00 A.M. -- 7:00 P.M.

EARLY VOTING SUBSTATION LOC ATIONS (Ca silla s Elec to ra les p a ra el Vo to Ad e l a nta d o)

Hidalgo County Court House 100 N. Closner Edinburg, TX 8:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. Co. Comm. Pct. #4 Office 1051 N. Doolittle Rd. Edinburg, TX 7:30a.m. to 12:30p.m Edinburg Regional Hospital 1102 W. Trenton Rd. Edinburg, TX 1:30p.m. to 7:00p.m.

Tuesday - Feb. 25, 2014

(Library Room)

(Comm. Chambers)

(Main Entrance)

(Warehouse Training Rm.)

STC Mid Valley Campus 400 N. Border Weslaco, TX 7:00a.m. to 7:00p.m.

Sgt. Fernando de la Rosa Lib. 416 N. Tower Rd. Alamo

Alton City Hall 509 S. Alton Blvd. Alton, TX

Amigos Del Valle 1408 Silver Ave. Donna, TX

Elections Annex Bldg 317 N. Closner “Rear” Edinburg, TX

Doctors Hospital at Renaissance 5501 S. McColl Rd Edinburg, TX 7:00a.m. to 7:00p.m.

Wednesday - Feb. 26, 2014

ALAMO SUB

ALTON SUB

EDINBURG SUB

EDINBURG SUB

ELSA SUB

EDCOUCH SUB

HIDALGO SUB

(Student Union Bldg.)

(Chambers)

(Main Entrance)

(Chambers)

UTPA 1201 W. University Edinburg, TX

Fire Station 216 E. 4th St. Elsa, TX

Fire Station 200 W. Santa Rosa Ave. Edcouch, TX

Hidalgo City Hall 704 E. Texano Hidalgo, TX

LA JOYA SUB

MCALLEN SUB

MCALLEN SUB

MCALLEN SUB

(Main Entrance)

(Exercise Room)

(Meeting Room)

(Main Entrance)

Youth Service Ctr. 624 Salomon Chapa La Joya, TX

Lark Comm. Ctr. 2601 Lark Ave. McAllen, TX

McAllen Public Lib. 4001 N. 23rd St. McAllen, TX

Palmer Pavilion 301 E. Hackberry McAllen, TX

MCALLEN SUB

MERCEDES SUB

MISSION SUB

MISSION SUB

(Exercise Room)

(Civic Center Room)

(Community Room)

(B&G Gym)

Palmview Comm. Ctr. 3401 Jordan Ave. McAllen, TX

Mercedes Civic Ctr. 530 W. 2nd St. Mercedes, TX

Mission City Hall 1201 E. 8th St. Mission, TX

Bannworth Park 1822 N. Shary Rd. Mission, TX

PALMHURST SUB

PALMVIEW SUB

PENITAS SUB

PHARR SUB

Knapp Medical Center 1401 E. 8th St Weslaco, TX 7:00a.m. to 7:00p.m.

Hidalgo County Health Dept. 1304 S. 25th Ave Edinburg, TX 7:30a.m. to 12:30p.m South Texas Behavioral Health

2102 W. Trenton Rd. Edinburg, TX

1:30p.m. to 6:30p.m

Thursday - Feb. 27, 2014 STC NAH Campus 1101 E. Vermont McAllen, TX 7:00a.m. to 7:00p.m.

(Family Room)

(Main Entrance)

(Meeting Room)

(Conference Rm.)

Mi Jardin Adult Daycare 614 W. Palma Vista Palmview, TX 7:30a.m. to 12:30p.m.

Church of Christ 1410 E. 3 Mile Rd. Palmhurst, TX

Co. Comm. Pct. #3 724 N. Breyfogle Rd. Palmview, TX

Meeting Rm. Annex 1320 S. Main St. Penitas, TX

Jose Pepe Salinas Ctr. 1011 W. Kelly Pharr, TX

Co. Commissioner Pct. #2 300 W. Hall Acres Rd. Pharr, TX 12:30p.m. to 5:30p.m

Friday - Feb. 28, 2014

PHARR SUB

PROGRESO SUB

SAN JUAN SUB

SULLIVAN SUB

(Main Entrance)

(Main Entrance)

(Commissioner’s Rm.)

(Main Entrance)

Las Milpas Comm. Ctr. 7107 S. Cage Blvd. Pharr, TX

Progreso Comm. Ctr. 510 FM 1015 Progreso, TX

Fire Station #2 2301 N. Raul Longoria San Juan, TX

Sullivan Fire Station 500 Cenizo Sullivan City, TX

WESLACO SUB (Conference Rm. B) Business Visitor & Event Ctr. 275 S. Kansas Weslaco, TX 12

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Hidalgo County Elections Department

CALL (956) 318-2570

For General Information (Llame para Información General)

Hidalgo Co. “New“ Administration 2800 S. Business Hwy 281 Edinburg, TX 8:00a.m. to 5:30p.m. McAllen Heart Hospital 1900 S. “D” St. McAllen, TX 7:30a.m. to 12:30p.m. Cornerstone Regional Hospital 2302 Cornerstone Blvd. Edinburg, TX 2:00p.m. to 7:00p.m


Election Day Polling Locations March 4, 2014

PRECINCT BUILDING NAME 1 Taylor Zachary

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Business Visitor & Event Center

75 S Kansas Ave, Weslaco

43

San Carlos Resource Commission

230 N 86th St, San Carlos

900 N Missouri Ave, Mercedes

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Guerra Elementary School

807 FM 495, Alamo

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Stephen F. Austin School

514 W 4th St, Weslaco

45

W.A. Todd 9th Grade Campus

400 N Salinas Blvd, Donna

3

Amigos Del Valle

1408 Silver Ave, Donna

46

Taylor Zachary

900 N Missouri Ave, Mercedes

4

Sorensen Elementary School

701 W Sam Houston Blvd, San Juan

47

STC Pecan Campus

3201 Pecan Blvd, McAllen

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Las Milpas Community Center

7107 S Cage Blvd, Pharr

48

Palmview Community Center

3401 Jordan Ave, McAllen

6

Jose Pepe Salinas Center

1011 W Kelly Ave, Pharr

49

STC Pecan Campus

3201 Pecan Blvd, McAllen

7

Palmer Pavilion

301 E Hackberry Ave, McAllen

50

Penitas Meeting Room Annex

1320 S Main St, Penitas

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STC Nursing Center

1101 E Vermont Ave, McAllen

51

Sullivan City Fire Station

500 Cenizo Dr, Sullivan

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Veterans Memorial High School

700 E Mile 2 Rd, Mission

52

Canterbury Elementary School

2821 W Canton Rd, Edinburg

10

Mission City Hall

1201 E 8th St, Mission

53

Francisco Barrientes School

1100 E Ebony Ln, Edinburg

11

Youth Service Center

624 Salomon Chapa, La Joya

54

Cavazos Elementary School

1501 W Freddy Gonzalez Dr, McAllen

12

Granjeno City Hall

6603 S FM 494, Granjeno

55

Amigos Del Valle

1408 Silver Ave, Donna

13

South Middle School

601 W Freddy Gonzalez Dr, Edinburg

56

Mercedes Early Childhood Center

950 W 6th St, Mercedes

14

Jefferson Elementary School

904 S 12th Ave, Edinburg

57

County Comm.Precinct #1 Office

1902 Joe Stephens Ave, Weslaco

15

Kennedy Elementary School

500 W 9th Ave, Elsa

58

County Comm. Precinct #1 Office

1902 Joe Stephens Ave, Weslaco

16

Edcouch Fire Station

201 W Santa Rosa Ave, Edcouch

59

San Juan Fire Station #2

2301 N Raul Longoria Rd, San Juan

17

La Villa High School

200 W Hwy 107, La Villa

60

PSJA North High School

500 E Earling Rd, Pharr

18

Hargill Elementary School

13394 4th St, Hargill

61

Napper Elementary School

903 N Flag St, Pharr

19

Brewster Elementary School

22420 FM 1017, Edinburg

62

Milam Elementary School

3800 N Main St, McAllen

20

Hidalgo City Hall

704 E Texano Dr, Hidalgo

63

Mission City Hall

1201 E 8th St, Mission

21

County Comm. Precinct #1 Office

1902 Joe Stephens Ave, Weslaco

64

Kika De La Garza School

5441 N La Homa Rd, La Joya

22

Business Visitor & Event Center

275 S Kansas Ave, Weslaco

65

McAllen Public Library

4001 N 23rd St, McAllen

23

Boys and Girls Club

307 Miller Ave, Donna

66

Crockett Elementary School

2112 N Main St, McAllen

24

Immaculate Parish Hall

28212 S FM 2058, McCook

67

Crockett Elementary School

2112 N Main St, McAllen

25

Liberty Middle School

1212 S Fir St, Pharr

68

Montecristo Elementary School

4010 N Doolittle Rd, Edinburg

26

McAllen Incubator

601 N Main St, McAllen

69

Avila Elementary School

9205 N Alamo Rd, Edinburg

27

McAllen Incubator

602 N Main St, McAllen

70

Kennedy Elementary School

500 W 9th Ave, Elsa

28

O'Grady Elementary School

810 W Griffin Pkwy, Mission

71

Stephen F. Austin School

514 W 4th St, Weslaco

29

Palmview City Hall

400 W Veterans Blvd, Palmview

72

Lark Community Center

2601 Lark Ave, McAllen

30

Edinburg North High School

3101 N Closner Blvd, Edinburg

73

Gonzalez Elementary School

201 E Martin Ave, McAllen

31

Edinburg North High School

3102 N Closner Blvd, Edinburg

74

Fossum Middle School

7800 N Ware Rd, McAllen

32

Mercedes Civic Center

530 W 2nd St, Mercedes

75

Salinas Elementary School

10820 N Conway Ave, Mission

33

Monte Alto Community Center

25149 1st St, Monte Alto

76

Immaculate Parish Hall

28212 S FM 2058, McCook

34

Palmer Pavilion

301 E Hackberry Ave, McAllen

77

Livas Elemementary School

733 N Alamo Rd, Alamo

35

Jose Pepe Salinas Center

1011 W Kelly Ave, Pharr

78

County Comm.Precinct #3 Office

724 N Breyfogle Rd, Palmview

36

Liberty Middle School

1212 S Fir St, Pharr

79

Edcouch Fire Station

201 W Santa Rosa Ave, Edcouch

37

Crockett Elementary School

2112 N Main St, McAllen

80

Sullivan City Fire Station

500 Cenizo Dr, Sullivan

38

Banworth Boys & Girls

1804 N Shary Rd, Sharyland

81

Lark Community Center

2601 Lark Ave, McAllen

39

Garza-Pena Elementary School

230 E Sgt Leonel Trevino Rd, San Juan

82

Granjeno City Hall

6603 S FM 494, Granjeno

40

Progreso Community Center

510 N FM 1015, Progreso

83

John H. Shary Elementary

2300 N Glasscock Rd, Sharyland

41

County Comm. Precinct #1 Office

1902 Joe Stephens Ave, Weslaco

84

McAllen Public Library

4001 N 23rd St, McAllen

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Election Day Polling Locations - March 4, 2014

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Taylor Zachary

900 N Missouri Ave, Mercedes

128

Mission Fire Department

416 W Tom Landry St, Mission

86

Church of Christ

1410 E Mile 3 Rd, Palmhurst

129

Fossum Middle School

7800 N Ware Rd, McAllen

87

W.A. Todd 9th Grade Campus

400 N Salinas Blvd, Donna

130

Santos Livas Elemementary

733 N Alamo Rd, Alamo

88

City Hall

509 S Alton Blvd, Alton

131

Salinas Elementary School

10820 N Conway Ave, Mission

89

Salinas Elementary School

10820 N Conway Ave, Mission

132

Business Visitor & Event Center

275 S Kansas Ave, Weslaco

90

Kennedy Elementary School

500 W 9th Ave, Elsa

133

Salinas Elementary School

10820 N Conway Ave, Mission

91

Alamo Community Center

1429 S Tower Rd, Alamo

134

Milam Elementary School

3800 N Main St, McAllen

92

Hargill Elementary School

13394 4th St, Hargill

135

Milam Elementary School

3800 N Main St, McAllen

93

Mission Fire Department

415 W Tom Landry St, Mission

136

Crockett Elementary School

2112 N Main St, McAllen

94

Mission Fire Department

416 W Tom Landry St, Mission

137

Las Milpas Community Center

7107 S Cage Blvd, Pharr

95

Palmview Community Center

3401 Jordan Ave, McAllen

138

McAllen Incubator

602 N Main St, McAllen

96

Rayburn Elementary School

7000 N Main St, McAllen

139

McAllen Incubator

602 N Main St, McAllen

97

Las Palmas Community Center

1925 N 25th St, McAllen

140

Milam Elementary School

3800 N Main St, McAllen

98

O'Grady Elementary School

810 W Griffin Pkwy, Mission

141

Milam Elementary School

3800 N Main St, McAllen

99

Kika De La Garza School

5441 N La Homa Rd, La Joya

142

PSJA North High School

500 E Earling Rd, Pharr

100

Palmview City Hall

400 W Veterans Blvd, Palmview

143

PSJA North High School

500 E Earling Rd, Pharr

101

Church of Christ

1410 E Mile 3 Rd, Palmhurst

144

PSJA North High School

500 E Earling Rd, Pharr

102

Mission City Hall

1201 E 8th St, Mission

145

Penitas Meeting Room Annex

1320 S Main St, Penitas

103

Kika De La Garza Building

921 E 12th St, Mission

146

Las Milpas Community Center

7107 S Cage Blvd, Pharr

104

San Carlos Resource Comm.

230 N 86th St, San Carlos

147

Liberty Middle School

1212 S Fir St, Pharr

105

B.L. Garza Middle School

1202 N Mon Mack Rd, Edinburg

148

Palmer Pavilion

301 E Hackberry Ave, McAllen

106

Canterbury Elementary School

2821 W Canton Rd, Edinburg

149

Palmview Community Center

3401 Jordan Ave, McAllen

107

South Middle School

601 W Freddy Gonzalez Dr, Edinburg

150

STC Nursing Center

1101 E Vermont Ave, McAllen

108

Elections Annex Building

317 N Closner Blvd, Edinburg

151

Jefferson Elementary School

904 S 12th Ave, Edinburg

109

Elections Annex Building

318 N Closner Blvd, Edinburg

152

Jefferson Elementary School

904 S 12th Ave, Edinburg

110

County Comm Precinct #1

1902 Joe Stephens Ave, Weslaco

153

Kennedy Elementary School

500 W 9th Ave, Elsa

111

Stephen F. Austin School

514 W 4th St, Weslaco

154

Montecristo Elementary School

4010 N Doolittle Rd, Edinburg

112

Business Visitor & Event Center

275 S Kansas Ave, Weslaco

155

Progreso Community Center

510 N FM 1015, Progreso

113

Stephen F. Austin School

514 W 4th St, Weslaco

156

Garza-Pena Elementary School

230 E Sgt Leonel Trevino Rd, San Juan

114

Stephen F. Austin School

514 W 4th St, Weslaco

157

W.A. Todd 9th Grade Campus

400 N Salinas Blvd, Donna

115

Buckner Elementary

1001 N Fir St, Pharr

158

Francisco Barrientes School

1100 E Ebony Ln, Edinburg

116

PSJA North High School

500 E Earling Rd, Pharr

159

San Juan Fire Station #2

2301 N Raul Longoria Rd, San Juan

117

San Juan Fire Station #2

2301 N Raul Longoria Rd, San Juan

160

Milam Elementary School

3800 N Main St, McAllen

118

Sorensen Elementary School

701 W Sam Houston Blvd, San Juan

161

McAllen Public Library

4001 N 23rd St, McAllen

119

Kennedy Elementary School

500 W 9th Ave, Elsa

162

McAllen Public Library

4002 N 23rd St, McAllen

120

Boys and Girls Club

307 Miller Ave, Donna

163

McAllen Public Library

4003 N 23rd St, McAllen

121

Stephen F. Austin School

514 W 4th St, Weslaco

164

Las Palmas Community Center

1925 N 25th St, McAllen

122

Valley View 5th Grade Campus

9701 S Jackson Rd, Pharr

165

Salinas Elementary School

10820 N Conway Ave, Mission

123

Sgt. Fernando de la Rosa Library

416 N Tower Rd, Alamo

166

Fossum Middle School

7800 N Ware Rd, McAllen

124

Milam Elementary School

3800 N Main St, McAllen

167

Fossum Middle School

7800 N Ware Rd, McAllen

125

Salinas Elementary School

10820 N Conway Ave, Mission

168

Milam Elementary School

3800 N Main St, McAllen

126

Guerra Elementary School

807 FM 495, Alamo

169

La Villa High School

200 W Hwy 107, La Villa

127

Sgt. Fernando de la Rosa Library

416 N Tower Rd, Alamo

170

Penitas Meeting Room Annex

1320 S Main St, Penitas

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Las Palmas Community Center

1925 N 25th St, McAllen

171

Amigos Del Valle

1408 Silver Ave, Donna

172

Boys and Girls Club

307 Miller Ave, Donna

217

Kika De La Garza

5441 N La Homa Rd, La Joya

173

Boys and Girls Club

307 Miller Ave, Donna

218

Veterans Memorial High

700 E Mile 2 Rd, Mission

174

Amigos Del Valle

1408 Silver Ave, Donna

219

Kika De La Garza

5441 N La Homa Rd, La Joya

175

Boys and Girls Club

307 Miller Ave, Donna

220

Veterans Memorial High

700 E Mile 2 Rd, Mission

176

Sgt. Fernando de la Rosa Library

416 N Tower Rd, Alamo

221

Magee Elementary

3420 W Rogers Rd, Edinburg

177

Alamo Community Center

1429 S Tower Rd, Alamo

222

Magee Elementary

3420 W Rogers Rd, Edinburg

178

Alamo Community Center

1429 S Tower Rd, Alamo

223

Magee Elementary

3420 W Rogers Rd, Edinburg

179

Edcouch Fire Station

201 W Santa Rosa Ave, Edcouch

224

Canterbury Elementary

2821 W Canton Rd, Edinburg

180

Hargill Elementary School

13394 4th St, Hargill

225

Kennedy Elementary

500 W 9th Ave, Elsa

181

Guerra Elementary School

807 FM 495, Alamo

226

Valley View 5th Grade Campus

9701 S Jackson Rd, Pharr

182

Salinas Elementary School

10820 N Conway Ave, Mission

227

Valley View 5th Grade Campus

9701 S Jackson Rd, Pharr

183

Kika De La Garza School

5441 N La Homa Rd, La Joya

228

Valley View 5th Grade Campus

9701 S Jackson Rd, Pharr

184

La Villa High School

200 W Hwy 107, La Villa

229

Alamo Community Center

1429 S Tower Rd, Alamo

185

Palmview City Hall

400 W Veterans Blvd, Palmview

230

Magee Elementary

3420 W Rogers Rd, Edinburg

186

Business Visitor & Event Center

275 S Kansas Ave, Weslaco

231

STC Pecan Campus

3201 Pecan Blvd, McAllen

187

Palmview City Hall

400 W Veterans Blvd, Palmview

232

Amigos Del Valle

1408 Silver Ave, Donna

188

Banworth Boys & Girls

1804 N Shary Rd, Sharyland

233

Hidalgo City Hall

704 E Texano Dr, Hidalgo

189

San Carlos Resource Comm

230 N 86th St, San Carlos

234

Hidalgo City Hall

704 E Texano Dr, Hidalgo

190

County Comm Precinct #1

1902 Joe Stephens Ave, Weslaco

235

Progreso Community Center

510 N FM 1015, Progreso

191

Business Visitor & Event Center

275 S Kansas Ave, Weslaco

236

Church of Christ

1410 E Mile 3 Rd, Palmhurst

192

Guerra Elementary School

807 FM 495, Alamo

237

Kennedy Elementary

500 W 9th Ave, Elsa

193

Palmview Community Center

3401 Jordan Ave, McAllen

238

Progreso Community Center

510 N FM 1015, Progreso

194

Penitas Meeting Room Annex

1320 S Main St, Penitas

239

Guerra Elementary

10010 VĂ­a Fernandez, Edinburg

195

Penitas Meeting Room Annex

1320 S Main St, Penitas

240

PSJA North High

500 E Earling Rd, Pharr

196

Business Visitor & Event Center

275 S Kansas Ave, Weslaco

241

Salinas Elementary

10820 N Conway Ave, Mission

197

Youth Service Center

624 Salomon Chapa, La Joya

242

Livas Elemementary

733 N Alamo Rd, Alamo

198

Youth Service Center

624 Salomon Chapa, La Joya

243

Veterans Memorial High

700 E Mile 2 Rd, Mission

199

Cavazos Elementary School

1501 W Freddy Gonzalez Dr, McAllen

244

Salinas Elementary

10820 N Conway Ave, Mission

200

Lark Community Center

2601 Lark Ave, McAllen

245

San Juan Fire Station #2

2301 N Raul Longoria Rd, San Juan

201

Cavazos Elementary School

1501 W Freddy Gonzalez Dr, McAllen

246

Palmer Pavilion

301 E Hackberry Ave, McAllen

202

Mercedes Early Childhood Ctr.

950 W 6th St, Mercedes

247

City Hall

509 S Alton Blvd, Alton

203

Banworth Boys & Girls

1804 N Shary Rd, Sharyland

248

Veterans Memorial High

700 E Mile 2 Rd, Mission

204

Mission Fire Department

416 W Tom Landry St, Mission

249

Mercedes Civic Center

530 W 2nd St, Mercedes

205

Alton City Hall

509 S Alton Blvd, Alton

250

County Comm. Precinct #1 Office

1902 Joe Stephens Ave, Weslaco

206

Fossum Middle School

7800 N Ware Rd, McAllen

251

Sgt. Fernando de la Rosa Library

416 N Tower Rd, Alamo

207

Fossum Middle School

7800 N Ware Rd, McAllen

252

STC Nursing Center

1101 E Vermont Ave, McAllen

209

Salinas Elementary School

10820 N Conway Ave, Mission

253

Livas Elemementary

733 N Alamo Rd, Alamo

210

Comm Precinct #3 Office

724 N Breyfogle Rd, Palmview

254

Kika De La Garza

5441 N La Homa Rd, La Joya

211

Alton City Hall

509 S Alton Blvd, Alton

255

Sgt. Fernando de la Rosa Library

416 N Tower Rd, Alamo

212

Alton City Hall

509 S Alton Blvd, Alton

256

Salinas Elementary School

10820 N Conway Ave, Mission

213

Taylor Zachary

900 N Missouri Ave, Mercedes

257

Youth Service Center

624 Salomon Chapa, La Joya

215

Banworth Boys & Girls

1804 N Shary Rd, Sharyland

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