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By Scott Mills/The Red River Sun—
MEMPHIS – Along with many things impacted by COVID-19, the voting process has not been spared.
The Hall County Clerk’s office shared some protocols that will be standard at all of their locations on Election Day, Tuesday July 14. Masks and gloves will be in full use by officials and volunteers, and hand sanitizer will also be available to everyone.
This will be as contactless as possible with Q-tips being handed out to voters to choose their candidate, so no one comes in contact with a used voting machine, said WHO.
The upcoming election for United States Senator is on each ballot. Challenging each other for the Democratic Party representation are Royce West and Mary “MJ” Hegar. The Democratic Ballot includes one other runoff between Roberto R. “Beto” Alonzo and Chrysta Castañeda to represent the party in the state election for Railroad Commissioner.
On the Republican Party ballot, Josh Winegarner opposes Ronny Jackson. The Republican Ballot also includes Steven Denny and Larry Doss running for the District 7 Court of Appeals, Place 4.
Early voting is at the Hall County Courthouse Commissioners Courtroom through July 10.
Election Day voting on July 14 can be done at the following locations:
- Bob Wills Community Center front entrance – 602 Lyles St. in Turkey
- Estelline City Hall lobby – 507 Burnett in Estelline
- Hall County Courthouse 1st floor lobby – 512 W Main St. in Memphis
- Lakeview City Hall lobby – 13400 HWY 256 in Lakeview.