VOTE…without the long wait this time!

For the first time since last year’s Election Fiasco , voters here in Northwest Richland County will get to go to the polls ( Library Bond Referendum and Columbia Mayor for a few precincts out here).

I’ve contacted Howard Jackson, the new Director of Richland County Elections and Voter Registration , and received the following information which should help restore confidence that Tuesday’s election will be nothing like last November.

Here are several precincts in the area along with their polling location and the number of machines and poll workers that should be present Tuesday when you vote.

ON THE OFF-CHANCE THAT YOU RUN INTO ANY PROBLEMS TUESDAY, PLEASE LET THE POLL WORKERS KNOW IMMEDIATELY. YOU MAY ALSO COME BACK TO THIS POST AND COMMENT OR CONTACT ME THROUGH THIS WEBSITE OR CALL MY STATE HOUSE OFFICE (734-2969) AND LET ME KNOW ANY FEEDBACK OR ASSISTANCE YOU MAY NEED.

Ballentine, Ballentine Elementary School, 12 machines, 9 poll workers
Dutch Fork #1, Dutch Fork High School, 9 machines, 7 poll workers
Dutch Fork #2, Dutch Fork Middle School, 12 machines, 9 poll workers
Friarsgate #1, Friarsgate Park, 7 machines, 6 poll workers
Friarsgate #2, H.E. Corley Elementary School, 6 machines, 6 poll workers
Harbison #1, Harbison Community Center, 6 machines, 6 poll workers
Harbison #2, New Heights Baptist Church, 5 machines, 5 poll workers
Oak Pointe, Oak Pointe Elementary School, 12 machines, 9 poll workers
Old Friarsgate, Dutch Fork Elementary School, 5 machines, 5 poll workers
Parkridge, Harbison Fire Station, 4 machines, 5 poll workers
River Springs, River Springs Elementary School, 12 machines, 10 poll workers
Riverwalk, The Episcopal Church of St. Simon & St. Jude, 11 machines, 8 poll workers
Spring Hill, River Springs Church, 5 machines, 5 poll workers
Springville, Lake Murray Elementary School, 11 machines, 9 poll workers