Vote now and you’ll avoid the rush and long lines and potential delays at the voting box on November 4, 2014. Why wait? Vote today!
Early voting is ready and waiting for you at the Nacogdoches Courthouse Annex at 203 W. Main Street, Room 113.
HOURS / TIMES
8-5, Monday to Friday (Oct 20-24)
Noon to 5:00 on Sunday, (Oct. 26)
8-5, Monday – Wednesday (Oct. 27-29)
7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday & Friday (30th and 31st)
Saturday, October 25 – office closed, no early voting today
Interesting articles about voting from other sites:
Why should “young people” vote? Read article here.
Why do “old people” vote more often? Read article here.
Are more “black people” voting than ever before? Read article here.
Are fewer “asian people” voting? Read article here.
Texans & voting – horrible news! Read the sad article here.
Vintage military uniforms and other memorabilia from the collection of Mary Ann Derby, primarily from the era of the Korean conflict, are currently on display at the main offices of the Daily Sentinel, located at 4920 Colonial Drive. The exhibit is on display at the main offices of the Daily Sentinel, so stop by any time for a quick mini-history lesson.
You can also honor your favorite veteran with an entry in the Veterans Day Fundraiser hosted by the Daily Sentinel. Simply provide a photo and fill out the registration form with some basic info about the veterans service and war/conflict, and send the entry with $5 donation to the Daily Sentinel. All proceeds will be donated to the Veterans Resource Center at Stephen F. Austin State University (main site here).
Registration forms will be available at the Daily Sentinel office or in the newspaper.
Turn in the forms at that same office, or mail to:
Attn: Veterans Day Photos
P.O. Box 630068
Nacogdoches, TX 75963
For more info, call the Daily Sentinel at 936-564-8631.