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Woodstock Voter's Guide: GOP Primary

Find your precinct as well as basic information for voting in the presidential primary today.

Woodstock Voter's Guide: GOP Primary Woodstock Voter's Guide: GOP Primary Woodstock Voter's Guide: GOP Primary

It's Super Tuesday, and Patch will be bringing you updates from local precincts as well as a statewide, Patch-level view of the presidential race in  our live blog of the action at the polls.

Today's focus will be on the four remaining GOP presidential candidates, but Democratic supporters will be able to vote for President Barack Obama, the party's only candidate.

Who has your vote?

Early voting that ended Friday, registered active and inactive voters, said  Supervisor Janet Munda said. This is approxiamately 2,000 more voters than the 2008 Presidential Preference Election.

Here are a few fast facts to help you for Election Day. If you have any questions, ask in the comments section, and we will get them answered for you.

Hours:

All precincts will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Precincts:

Precinct Name Precinct Number Address Air Acres 1 , 442 Arnold Mill Road Arnold Mill 2 , 710 Arnold Mill Road Avery 3 Cherokee Baptist Church, 7770 Hickory Flat Hwy. Bascomb 5 , 1335 Wyngate Pkwy. Booth 7 , 6550 Putnam Ford Drive Carmel 11 , 2275 Bascomb-Carmel Road Cherokee South 12 Cherokee South Annex Recreation Center Parks and Recreation, 7545 Main St. Deer Run 15 , 132 N. Medical Pkwy. Dixie 16 , 2010 Towne Lake Hills South Drive Hillside 21 , 4474 Towne Lake Pkwy. Kellogg 23 , 6409 Bells Ferry Road Lickskillet 25 , 345 Arnold Mill Road Little River 26 , 3170 Trickum Road Mountain Road 28 , 615 Mountain Road Rose Creek 32 , 1208 Rose Creek Drive Toonigh 37 , 2031 E. Cherokee Drive Victoria 40 , 6659 Bells Ferry Road Woodlands 43 The Woodlands Clubhouse, 800 Woodlands Pkwy.
Woodstock 44 , 7735 Main St.

If you don't know your precinct, use this  Poll Locator to find it.

Candidates:

What you need:

You must have photo identification when voting in person. Here are the  six forms of IDs that are acceptable when voting:

  1. A Georgia driver's license, even if expired
  2. Any valid state or federal government issued photo ID, including a FREE Voter ID Card issued by your  county registrar's office or the  Georgia Department of Driver Services
  3. Valid employee photo ID from any branch, department, agency, or entity of the U.S. Government, Georgia, or any county, municipality, board, authority or other entity of this state
  4. Valid U.S. passport
  5. Valid U.S. military photo ID
  6. Valid tribal photo ID

There is  information here on how to get a free voter identification card if you do not have any of these.

Additional Information:

Voters can try out this  virtual demonstration of the touch screen voting machines before heading to the polls.

If you notice any voting irregularities in ZIP codes 30188 or 30189, contact  Woodstock-Towne Lake Patch editor Lindsey Davidson at lindsey.davidson@patch.com or 770-547-8635.

For more information on the presidential primary elections, contact Cherokee Elections Supervisor Janet Munda at 770-479-0407 and press 0 or  jrmunda@cherokeega.com.

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