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School board races and Cotton County E-911 vote today

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Oklahoma- It's election day this Tuesday for several school board races in southwest Oklahoma and also an E-911 vote in Cotton County.

Polls opened at 7 a.m. at precincts throughout the area. Not all school districts are holding elections, so be sure to check with your county election board to find out if there's one in your precinct. The polls will stay open until 7 p.m. 

We'll have live election results as they come in. You'll be able to find them on TV and also online at kswo.com

Also, there has been a voting precinct change in Lawton on this election day. Voters who normally cast ballots at Precinct 33- Green Pastures Pentecostal Church - will vote at a home at 3802 SE Camelot Drive instead.

 

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