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Voters decide primaries, amendment Tuesday

May 7, 2012

Officials expect interest to remain high at the polls Tuesday, as citizens vote on a proposed state marriage amendment and other election primaries.

Voters will decide several primary races at the national, state and local levels. Voting in Catawba County lasts from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at 40 county precincts.

Voter precinct maps can be accessed online at catawbacountync.gov/elections. New redistricted maps for the N.C. House, Senate and U.S. Congressional districts are online, too.

Precinct eight, which used to vote at the Emmanuel Baptist Church in Conover, will vote at Conover Station from now on, elections director Larry Brewer said.

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