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Where and When to Vote on Election Day

A how-to guide on voting in the General Election this Tuesday, Nov. 2.

Voters will head to the polls this Election Day, Nov. 2.

Polls will be open throughout town from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Where to Vote

The following 11 polling sites will be open. Voters should visit the polling site with the same number listed on their voter registration card.

Polling locations are as follows:

2701 — Prudence Island Fire Station, Prudence Island

2702 — Roger Williams Conference Center, 144 Anthony Road

2703 — Portsmouth Multi Purpose Senior Center, 110 Bristol Ferry Road

2704 — Common Fence Point Community Hall, 933 Anthony Road

2705 — Hathaway Elementary School gymnasium, 53 Tallman Ave.

2706 — Portsmouth High School, old gym, 120 Education Lane

2707 — Portsmouth Town Council Chambers, Town Hall, 2200 East Main Road

2708 — Melville Elementary School gymnasium, 1351 West Main Road

2709 — Portsmouth Middle School gymnasium, Jepson Lane

2710 — St. Barnabas Church, parish hall, 1697 East Main Road

2712 — Aquidneck Island Christian Academy, 321 East Main Road

Who to Ask

Residents with questions about where to vote or the ballot may also contact the Portsmouth Canvassing Authority at (401) 683-3157.

Information about candidates, voting and polling locations are also available on the Secretary of State's Web site here. To find out your polling location on the SOS Web site, click here.

On the Ballot

For local races, voters will be asked to elect seven to the Town Council and four to the School Committee. Samples of the ballot (which differs according to voting district) are attached at right.

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