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March 5, 2013

Ada voters go to polls to elect councilmen

Ada —  

Voters will decide three city council races today. The race for the at-large seat pits Mayor Greg McCortney against Ada businessman Don Rice, and Councilman Darrell Nemecek will face newcomer Bill Rice for the right to represent Ward 3.

Ada attorney Bryan Morris is competing against Daniel Mull, a systems administrator for the Chickasaw Nation, in the race for the Ward 1 seat.

Today’s winners will capture the open seats on the council as there will not be a general election in April.

Eligible voters may cast ballots in all races. The polls will open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Here is a list of polling places for today’s Ada City Council election:

Precinct No. Location

 

620013 Central Church of Christ, 820 Stadium Drive, Ada

 

620016 Pontotoc Technology Center, 601 W. 33rd

 

620022 St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, 1300 E. Beverly

 

620025 The River Church, 1930 Arlington

 

620031 Irving Center, 704 N. Oak

 

620052 Pontotoc County Agri-Plex, 1700 N. Broadway Ave., Building 1

 

620053 Wintersmith Lodge, east wing, 1621 Wintersmith Drive

 

620055 Fitzhugh Methodist Church, 21955 CR 3499 in Fitzhugh

 

620060 Byng Town Hall, 110 Byng Blvd.

 

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