Early voting in next month’s elections begins Monday and continues weekdays through Nov. 4.

Voters residing within the boundaries of the Frankston Independent School District will be deciding a $17.3 million bond election which would bring improvements to all of the district’s campuses.

Anderson County voters residing outside the FISD boundaries will only be voting on 10 state constitutional amendments. Early voting for all Anderson County voters living outside the FISD will be conducted from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays beginning Monday and lasting through Friday, Nov. 4 in Room 103-A at the Anderson County Courthouse Annex in Palestine.

Voters residing within the FISD can cast their early ballots from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays during the early voting period at the Frankston Courthouse Annex at 320 S. Commerce St. in Frankston.

On Election Day Tuesday, Nov. 8, all voters should cast their ballots at their usual voting box, although some boxes have been consolidated, according to Casey Brown, elections administrator for Anderson County.

Those changes, according to Brown, include:

• Denson Springs voters (Box 5) will vote at the Slocum school (Box 4).

• Antioch Baptist Church voters (Box 8) will vote at the Masonic Lodge (Box 6).

• New Hope Church voters (Box 12) will vote at the Tennessee Colony Community Center (Box 11).

• Lone Pine church voters (Box 21) will vote at the Palestine Dream Center (Box 20, the old YMCA).

• and A.M. Story Intermediate School voters (Box 14) will vote at the Palestine Independent School District’s administrative offices (Box 13).

Persons with additional questions should contact the elections office at (903) 723-7438.


Paul Stone may be contacted via e-mail at pstone@palestineherald.com


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