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PAGE 14 November 3, 2016 .... www.tricountynews.mn Be sure to check at sos.state.mn.us if you're new to the area, or are unsure where to cast your vote Nov. 8. Here is a GENERAL list that may help, but by no means comprehensive. Lines are expected to be long on election day, so be prepared to wait. We've included information on who you may be voting for by polling location (for instance, State Senate dis- trict, and school district). City limits of Eden Valley: Eden Valley City Hall: you will vote for Congressional District 7, MN Senate District 13, MN House District 13A, County Commissioner 03, Judicial 07, Stearns Co. Soil and Water Conservation District, ISD 463 Eden Valley- Watkins School District, and Stearns or Meeker County; also Hospital District Board (Paynesville Area and Eden Valley) City limits of Kimball: Kimball City Hall; you will vote for Congressional District 6, MN Senate District 13, MN House District 13A, County Commissioner 03, Judicial 07, Stearns County Soil & Water Conservation District, ISD 739 Kimball School District, and Stearns County City limits of Kingston: Kingston Community_ Center; you will vote for Congressional District 7, MN Senate District 18, MN House District 18A, County Commissioner 04, Judicial 08, Meeker County Soil and Water Conservation, (varied school districts), Meeker County City limits of South Haven: Voting by mail; you will vote for Congressional District 6, MN Senate 29, MN House 29A, County Commissioner 01, Judicial 10, Wright Soil and Water Conservation District, Annandale (ISD #876) School District, Wright County Township of Eden Lake: Eden Valley Fire Hall; you will vote for Congressional District 6, MN Senate 13, MN House 13A, County Commissioner 03, Judicial 07, Stearns Soil and Water Conservation District, Eden Valley-Watkins (ISD #463) School District, Stearns County Township of Fair Haven: Fair Haven Town Hall; you will vote for Congressional District 6, MN Senate 13, MN House 13A, County Commissioner 04, Judicial 07, Stearns County Soil and Water Conservation District, Kimball (ISD #739) School District, Stearns County Township of Forest Prairie: Watkins City Hall; you will vote for Congressional District 7, MN Senate 18, MN House 18A, County Commissioner 05, Meeker County Soil and Water Conservation District, Eden Valley-Watkins ISD #463 School District, Meeker County Township of Kingston: Kingston Community Center; you will vote for Congressional District 7, MN Senate 18, MN House 18A, County Commissioner 04, Judicial 08, Meeker County Soil and Water Conservation District, (varied school districts)(, Meeker County Township of Maine Prairie: Maine Prairie Town Hall; you will vote for Congressional District 6, MN Senate 13, MN House 13A, County Commissioner 03, Judicial 3, Stearns County Soil and Water Conservation, Kimball ISD #739 School District, Stearns County City limits ofWatkins: Watkins City_ Hall; you wll vote for Congressional District 7, MN Senate 18, MN House 18A, County Commissioner 05, Judicial 08, Meeker Soil and Water Conservation District, Eden Valley-Watkins (ISD #463) School Distrct, Meeker County ran.us [ i[iiiii#¸¸¸ source • Weekly award-winning newspaper • Breaking news and obits on Facebook • Website with 16 years of archives- FREE access 70 Main Street So. • EO. Box 220, Kimball MN 55353 (320) 398-5000 or (320) 453-6397 (-NEWS) www.TriCountyNews.MN es you may not may or • Only voters and their minor children, poll workers, and someone assisting a voter are allowed inside a polling place. You're not allowed to hang around inside after you vote, and not even within 100 feet of the building. • Campaigning is not allowed inside the polling place or within 100 feet of the building. • You're not allowed to wear any kind of political T-shirts or buttons, or have a sign or campaign literature on you when you go to vote. • Taking photos or video of your own voting experience in a polling place is NOT illegal, but it is discouraged. Voters have a right to privacy. • Taking photos or video of your own marked ballot, however, may violate two Minnesota statutes that prohibit voters from showing their marked ballot to others. • You have a right to take time off work to vote without losing your pay, personal leave or vacation time. • You can register to vote at the polling place, if you have not already done so. You must show proof of your current address. • Your ballot will count even if you leave one or more questions blank. • If you mess up your ballot, you have a right to ask for a replacement ballot. • If you are in line by 8 p.m., you have a right to vote even if you don't finish until past 8. • It's okay to bring a sample ballot with you into the vot- ing booth. • It's allowed to bring your children with you into the polling place and the voting booth. • If your voter registration is current, you won't need to bring ID with you to vote. Celebration of Caregivers announced Family caregivers make count- 11:30 a.m. Traumatic brain less sacrifices to support ill, injury injured, or disabled veterans. To Noon Strength-Based language support them in caring for vet- 12:30 p.m. Resource Fair erans, the St. Cloud VA is host- 1 p.m. Suicide Prevention ing a "Celebration of Caregivers" Caregivers, veterans and the education and resource fair public are welcome to attend this from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, free event. Pre-registration is not Nov. 18, in the auditorium (Bldg. 8) required. Participants may attend at the St. Cloud VA Medical Center, the workshops of their choice. located at 4801 Veterans Drive, in For more information on VA's St. Cloud. Caregiver Support Program, go The schedule of workshops to www.caregiver.va.gov, call VA's includes: toll-free Caregiver Support Line 10 a.m. PTSD and families at (855) 260-3274, or contact the 10:30 a.m. Activities for individ- St. Cloud VA Caregiver Support ualswith memoryloss Coordinator at (320) 252-1670, 11 a.m. Overview of dementia ext. 7283. us on , too!