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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 26, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas League of Women Voters of Texas Education 1212 Guadalupc TX 787011800 512 4721100 AND League of Women Voters Comal Area PO Box New TX 78130 League of Women Voters VOTERS GUIDE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ELECTION November 2005 This Voters Guide is funded and published by the League of Women Voters of Texas Education a to help citizens prepare to cast an informed This educational associated with the League of Women Voters of operates exclusively for educational purposes in the general areas of government and public carrying out its objectives through publication of educational and other appropriate The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan organization that works to promote political responsibility through informed participation of all citizens in their Neither the League nor the Education Fund supports or opposes any political party or The Voters Guide and other helpful information are available online at the Leagues website and EARLY VOTING IN COMAL COUNTY Early voting in person October 24 Thru November 2005 Monday Friday am Comal County 100 Main Room New TX 830 6205513 or Early voting temporary branches All early voting for the constitutional amend ment election will take place at the There will be no temporary branches or Saturday Early voting by mail Applications to have a mailin ballot sent to you are accepted through November If you are you may request that an application be mailed to you from the Comal County or download the form or fill out a form online at voters may write the County Clerks Office a letter with the following information Registered Address to which ballot should be Reason must be one of the following 65 or Out of town ballot must be mailed to an out of county Voters Address for Application for ballot by mail Comal County Clerks Office Suite 101 New Texas 78130 830 6205513 or 6205538 VOTER INFORMATION Voting Certificate You will receive a new certificate every two in January of evennumbered as long as your registration is not If you your new card will not be and you must notify your county elections office to get a new The 20042005 voter registration certificate is If you have lost or misplaced your you may get a replacement from the voter registrar of your You may vote without a certificate if your name appears on the list of registered voters for your and you can show some form of You must vote in the precinct of residence designated on your voter registration certificate on Election During early you may vote at the early voting VOTING PRECINCT LOCATIONS November 2005 General Election Comal County Precinct Polling Place Location 7 am 7 pm Senior Citizens Center 655 NB 103 Oakwood Baptist Church 2154 Loop NB 104 Canyon Lake Action Center Fm Saltier 105 Canyon Lake Golf Country 405 Watts Cl 106 Guadalupe Valley Tel Coop 36101 FM Smithson Valley Peace Lutheran Church Hall 1147 NB 202 Comal Elementary School 6720 FM NB 203 Mission Valley Bowling Club 2311 Hwy 46 NB 204 Bulverde Community Center Bulverdc Ammann Bui 205 Feibelman GR Community FM GR 206 Oak Village North Fire Station 695 Circle Oak Bui Lone Star School 144 NB 302 United Methodist Church 572 San Antonio NB 303 Eagles Hall 257 NB Elementary School 1441 Hwy NB 306 Paul Lutheran Church 181 Santa Clara NB 401 Eden 631 NB 402 Church In The Valley 14181 FM 306 At Canyon City 403 Fischer Store Hwy 32 at FM Fischer 404 Cross Lutheran Church 2171 Common NB 405 Spring Branch Fire Hwy 281 At FM Spring 406 Faith United Church Of Christ 970 Loop NB To find out where the voting precinct you may visit scroll to bottom of page or On November polls are open to Funding of Voters Guides is furnished by the Leagues Education Fund which is supported by contributions from and The Education Fund gratefully acknowledges major contributions since June 2004 from Elaine Bridges Julie Lowenberg Alcoa Foundation Linda Wassenich Hershey Foundation Julia Marsden Kosberg Charitable Foundation Trust Elaine Wiant Brown Foundation Thomas Mock WalMart Harold Simmons Foundation Scripps Howard Foundation Randalls Groceries rr CD Crt o CO O o Ol Nancy Wilson Akin Gump Strauss Hauer LLP of Professional Educators HEB Groceries The League of Women Voters Comal Area expresses its appreciation to the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung for publishing this Voters VOTE NOVEMBER 8 Copyright 2005 League of Women Voters of Texas Education Fund No portion of this Voters Guide may be reprinted without the express permission of the League of Women Voters of Texas Education o Tl
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