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Where Ohio U students go to vote in Athens

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Today is election day. Here are the locations where Ohio University students can vote in accordance with where they live on campus. The polls are open between 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.

Students who reside on West, East and South Greens report to Baker University Center — excluding students who reside in Voigt and Bromley Halls. They instead report to the First Presbyterian Church, located Uptown at the corner of East Washington Street and Court Street.

Students and residents who live off-campus can visit the Athens County Board of Elections’ website to find their polling location.

Website users must enter their residence’s address number, street direction and street name. For best results, refrain from entering a street’s suffix, such as ‘road,’ ‘street,’ or ‘Rd,’ according to the site.

Users who are unsure of their street direction can select “(All).”

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