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Forrest Co. voting machines all set for primary election

The voting machines will be picked up and delivered to their precincts on Monday morning. The voting machines will be picked up and delivered to their precincts on Monday morning.
FORREST COUNTY (WDAM) -

District 5 Election Commissioner Sue Polk said the voting machines are all ready for next Tuesday's primary election. 

Forrest County has 35 voting precincts, two of which are new. Sheeplo and Richburg are the newest locations for voters to cast their ballots. 

The voting machines will be picked up and delivered to their precincts on Monday morning. 

The circuit clerk's office would like for everyone to know that if they have any questions about where to vote or what they might need to bring to the polls (I.D. cards etc.,) to please call them before election day if possible. Contact the Forrest County circuit clerk's off phone number at 601.582.3213.

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