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November 01, 2006 - Image 11

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Whereto vote .
On Tuesday, Nov. 7, polls will be open from 7 a m. to 8 p.m. Polling places are usually
crowed early in the morning and evening, although student precincts are likely to have
steadier turnout throughout the day
Below are the locations of polling places around Central and North Campuses.
it1 Michigan Union 530 State St.J
1-2 Michgan Union 530 State St.
1-3 Community High School 40t N. DivisionSt
1-4 Community High School 451 N. DovisionStA
t-h Northside School 912 Barton Driv6-
1-7 Bursley Hall 193t Doffield
2-1 Family Housing Comm Cotter 1000 McIntyre Drive.2 32-
2-2 Mary Marhley Hall 1503 Washington Heights'~
2-3 Angell School th08. S. University Ave.
3-1 East Quad 701tEtUniversity Ave.
3-2 tast Quad 70t t. UniversityAv.
3-3 Tapyan Middle School 225t t. Stadium Povd. 4
4-1 South Quad h00 t. Madison St.
4-2 Mary Street Foiling Flace 92h Mary St.r"K
4-3 University Coliseum Fifth Ave,& HillS.e
4-4 ioneer High School h01 W. Stadium Buvd.
5-1 Ann Arhor District Lihrary 343 S. Fifth Ave
5-2 Bach School hO0 W. Jefterson St. MAF COURTESY OF CITY OF vNNvent

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