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Local News

November 6, 2012

Don't know where to vote? Polling Locations Listed!

WASHINGTON — This is the list of the 20 voting locations for the twenty-eight (28)

precincts of Daviess County to be used today in the General

Election. All polling places have been made handicapped accessible, to the

best of our ability, either by moving to more accessible locations, or by using

handicapped accessible equipment provided by the State of Indiana.

DAVIESS COUNTY, INDIANA VOTING LOCATIONS

General Election November 6, 2012



The Polls open at 6 A.M. and close at 6 P.M.



PRECINCT VOTING LOCATIONS



Barr 1 Montgomery Fire Station

370 N. Main Street

Barr 2 Cannelburg Fire Station

Main Street

Bogard 1 Simon Graber Community Building

9164E875N

Odon, IN



Elmore 1 Elnora Fire Station

801 S. Ellen Street

Elnora, IN



Elmore 2 Elnora Fire Station

801 S. Ellen Street

Elnora, IN



Harrison 1 Glendale Fish & Wildlife Bldg.

6001 E 600 S

( Next to Lake on the way to the Campgrounds )

Montgomery, IN



Madison 1 Odon Fire Station

625 W. Elnora Street

Odon, IN



Madison 2 United Methodist Church

602 E. Elnora Street

Odon, IN



Madison 3 Odon Church of the Nazarene

633 E. Elnora Street

Odon, IN



Reeve 1 Alfordsville Fire Station

11766E. Center Street

Loogootee, IN



Steele 1 Town Hall / Fire Station

724 2nd Street

Plainville, In



Van Buren 1 Simon Graber Community Building

9164 E 875 N

Odon, IN



Veale 1 Camp Illiana Valley View Facility

723 E 450 S

Washington, IN



Washington 1 Park Community Building

501 Burkhart Drive

Washington, IN



Washington 2 Masonic Lodge No.30

620 E. Viola Avenue

Washington, IN



Washington 3 Conservation Club

350W.150S

Washington, IN



Washington 4 Conservation Club

350W.150S

Washington, IN



Washington 5 National Guard Armory

500 N.E. 6th Street

Washington, IN



Washington 6 National Guard Armory

500 N.E. 6th Street

Washington, IN 47501



Washington 7 Court House Basement

200 E. Walnut Street

Washington, IN



Washington 8 Carnegie Public Library

300 W. Main Street

Washington, IN



Washington 9 Carnegie Public Library

300 W. Main Street

Washington, IN



Washington 10 West End Fire Station

1002 W. Walnut Street

Washington, IN



Washington 11 Washington Towers

520 S.E. 2nd Street

Washington, IN



Washington 12 Washington Towers

520 S.E. 2nd Street

Washington, IN



Washington 13 Washington Church of Christ

311 Hillside Drive

Washington, IN



Washington 14 Park Community Building

501 Burkhart Drive

Washington, IN



Washington 15 Park Community Building

501 Burkhart Drive

Washington, IN

 

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