Polling Places Listed

Mike Seals - October 19, 2020 9:48 pm

The list of available polling places for Kay County for the upcoming November 3rd General Election is below:

 

PRECINCT POLLING PLACES

NEWKIRK

001 Newkirk Library, 116 North Maple St. Newkirk

TONKAWA

  1. Family Center, Methodist Church 105 N. 4th, Tonkawa

103 Church of Christ Church, 300 N. Public, Tonkawa

BLACKWELL

  1. First Christian Church 306 E. Coolidge. Blackwell
  1. First Baptist Church 1st & Bridge Ave. Blackwell
  2. Methodist Church 6th & Coolidge Ave. Blackwell

RURAL

  1. Masonic Lodge 88 Boaz, Newkirk
  2. (SUB) Christ Church 1001 Boaz, Newkirk

403 Christ Church 1001 Boaz, Newkirk

404 Peckham Christian Church Liberty Ave. Peckham

406 Town Hall Main ST. Braman

407 (SUB) Kildare School 1265 Church St. Kildare

409 Peckham Fire Dept. 7151 W. Church St. Peckham

  1. Kildare School 1265 Church St. Kildare
  2. Community Building 300 Morgan Sq. Kaw City
  3. Presbyterian Church 14th & Grand Ave. Ponca City
  1. Community Christian Church 2109 W. Grand Ave. Ponca City

420 Ranch Drive Volunteer Fire Dept. 3454 S. Ranch Dr. Ponca City

PONCA CITY

  1. Victory Worship Center, 618 E. Hartford Ave. Ponca City
  1. Ponca City Senior Center, 319 W. Grand Ave Ponca City
  1. Faith Tabernacle 501 S. 5th, Ponca City
  2. St. Mary’s Parish Hall 408 S. 8th. Ponca City
  1. Providence Baptist Church 1301 East Bradley. Ponca City
  1. Pioneer Technology Center 2101 N. Ash ST. Ponca City
  1. Woodlands Christian Church, 1400 E. Hartford Ave. Ponca City
  2. St. Luke’s Church of the Nazarene 1715 E. Prospect Ave. Ponca City
  3. Northeast Baptist Church 2200 N. Pecan Rd. Ponca City
  4. Ponca City Assembly, 2313 E. Prospect., Ponca City
 

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