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Area voters – THIS IS IT!

A voter in Los Fresnos goes into the city’s Community Center. Photos: Tony Vindell / LFN


Area voters have until this Friday, Oct. 30 to cast their ballots during the early voting period for the Nov. 3 election.

So there is still time before having to wait in long lines next Tuesday.
Voters will either keep President Donald Trump for another four years in the White House or will send former Vice President Joe Biden to govern this country through 2024.

One thing that is sure is the hotly contested seat is going to be fought to the last minute and might take some time before the final results are issued.
At the local level, voters will elect a new city mayor and a new member on the city council.

They are Alejandro “Alex” Flores, who is running unopposed for the mayoral seat, while Gordon Cappon and Polo Narvarez are vying for the Place 1 spot.

So far, the early voting has shown that people have been casting their ballots in unprecedented numbers all over Cameron County.

Campaign workers getting an ealry start across from the Brownsville Public Library.

In Los Fresnos, for example, more than 600 votes were cast on the first day of the early voting period that began Oct. 12 and ends this Friday, Oct. 30.
For the general election, which is Tuesday, Nov. 3, the polls will open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Voters from Precinct 3 will cast their ballot at Los Fresnos Community Center at 204 N. Brazil St.

For Precinct 65, the polling place will be at Las Palmas Housing Project Community Center at 213 Orive Blvd.

And for Precinct 66, voters will go to Los Fresnos High School at 907 N. Arroyo Blvd.

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