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Austin moves one polling place

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Polling places for Austin voters will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, with one new location, according to the Austin City Clerk's office.

The 1st Ward, first precinct polling place was moved from the Austin Public Library to the east campus gym lobby at Riverland Community College because parking and space at the library are limited.

Other polling places are:

• 1st Ward, second precinct: Austin High School Hastings Gym.

• 2nd Ward: first precinct, Southgate Elementary; second precinct, Banfield Elementary.

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• 3rd Ward: first precinct, Mower County Senior Citizen Center; second precinct, Ellis Middle School.

The Minnesota Secretary of State's Office also has a precinct finder on its website where voters can find their polling places and view a sample ballot. It's at http://pollfinder.sos.state.mn.us/ .

In addition, people can get absentee ballots through 5 p.m. Monday at the Mower County Auditor/Treasurer's Office .

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