From Staff Reports
Webster County voters will face a lengthy ballot when they return to the polls in Tuesday’s general election, with candidates ranging from constable to governor. The ballot will also include an education initiative.
Polls will be open from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Nov. 3, including a new polling place in Maben. All Maben precinct voters will vote at the Church of God of Prophecy fellowship hall on Highway 15 instead of the Ag Building at the now-closed West Oktibbeha County High School.
The last day for in-house absentee voting is Saturday, when the circuit clerk’s office will be open from 8 a.m.-noon.
Eupora No. 1: Community Center, 142 N. Dunn St.
Bluff Springs: Bluff Springs Baptist Church, 684 Bluff Springs Church Road, Eupora
Eupora No. 2: Department of Human Services, 51 Government Ave.
Walthall: Walthall Fire Department, 515 Carroll St.
Bellefontaine: Masonic Lodge #174, 13480 MS Hwy. 404
Cadaretta: Cadaretta Water Association Building, 3814 Cadaretta Road
Eupora No. 3: Golden LivingCenter, 156 E. Walnut Ave.
Grady: New Ebenezer Church, 3036 Grady Road
Tomnolen: Tomnolen Baptist Church, 147 Greensboro Road
Fay: Boatman’s Garage, 1622 Stewart-Lodi Road
Mathiston: Mathiston Public Library, 298 Scott Ave.
Maben: Maben Church of God of Prophecy, 1390 MS Hwy. 15 S.
Big Black: District 4 County Barn, 11275 Clarkson Road
Fame: Fame Church of God, 1033 Fame Church Road
Clarkson: Clarkson Fire Department, 27 Firehouse Road
Cumberland: Cumberland Baptist Church, 216 Old Cumberland Road
Mantee: Mantee City Hall, 1275 Main St.