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Where to go to vote in Tuesday’s election

November 4th, 2013 Posted in Opinion

By Addison M. T. Hall

CACHE COUNTY –   County Clerk Jill Zollinger says each city in Cache County has its own place to vote in Tuesday’s general election with the exception of Cornish, Mendon and Paradise, whose residents had ballots mailed to them by the county.

Zollinger said all voters would need a government-issued photo I.D. She also said everyone would need a proof of residency. “If that doesn’t have something with your current address,” she said, “you need to take something like a utility bill or some mail that has your new address on it. Or it can be written on the back of your driver’s license if you’ve moved.”


LOGAN — All precincts in Logan can vote in any of these locations.

Riverwoods Conference Center, 615 S. Riverwoods Parkway (access from 100 East)

Lundstrom Student Center, 1295 E. 1000 North.

Central Stake Center, 1255 N. 600 East.

Logan River Golf Course Clubhouse, 575 W. 1000 South.

Willow Valley Church, 825 N. 200 West.

Cache Stake Center, 250 W. 1200 North.

Logan City Hall 290 N. 100 West.


North Logan Library, 475 E. 2500 North (Precincts 2, 3 and 4)

Professional and Technology Building, 2035 N. 1200 East (Precincts 1, 5 and 6)

HYDE PARK – City Office, 113 E. Center St.

HYRUM – Civic Center, 83 W. Main St.

LEWISTON – City Club Room, 29 S. Main St.

MILLVILLE – City Office, 510 E. 300 South.

NEWTON – Town Hall, 51 S. Center St.

NIBLEY – City Office 455 W. 3200 South.

PROVIDENCE – LDS Church, 420 W. 100 North.

RICHMOND – Community Building, 600 W. Main St.

RIVER HEIGHTS – City Office, 520 S. 500 East.

SMITHFIELD – Civic Center, 50 E. 100 North.

WELLSVILLE – LDS Church, 49 W. 200 South.



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