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October 31, 2013

Where to vote

Here are the city’s polling places for the Nov. 5 election:


Precinct 1: Consentino School, 685 Washington St.

Precinct 2: Washington Square elderly housing complex, 25 Washington Square

Precinct 3: Haverhill High School gym, 137 Monument St.


Precinct 1: Zion Bible College, 320 S. Main St.

Precinct 2: Hunking School art room, 98 Winchester St.

Precinct 3: Moody School, 59 Margin St.


Precinct 1: Citizens Center, 10 Welcome St.

Precinct 2: Public library, 2 Summer St.

Precinct 3: Universalist Unitarian Church, Ashland Street


Precinct 1: Nettle School, 150 Boardman St.

Precinct 2: Northern Essex Community College, 100 Elliot St.

Precinct 3: Kennedy Circle elderly housing, Kennedy Circle


Precinct 1: Julian Steele elderly housing, 772 Washington St.

Precinct 2: First Presbyterian Church, 346 Broadway

Precinct 3: West Congregational Church, 767 Broadway


Precinct 1: Haverhill High School, 137 Monument St.

Precinct 2: Whittier Middle School, 256 Concord St.

Precinct 3: Pentucket Lake School music room, 252 Concord St.


Precinct 1: Greystone Avenue elderly housing, Greystone Avenue

Precinct 2: Hunking School library, 98 Winchester St.

Precinct 3: Bradford Elementary School, 116 Montvale St.

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