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Saturday, May 1 is Election Day for local municipal elections. Cities across Texas are having elections to decide school board, city council, bond, and other local elections. In Lubbock citizens in the city will vote on an ordinance that would establish the city as a Sanctuary City for the Unborn. The ordinance would ban abortions in Lubbock except for when the mother's life is at stake.

Those who live within Lubbock-Cooper ISD will also get to vote on a $420 million dollar bond election that is split into three propositions. The first would pay for a second high school, a third middle school, and a sixth elementary school. The other two propositions, if passed, would deal more directly with extracurricular activities and facilities. Lubbock-Cooper ISD says the bond money used would not increase property tax rates.

Lubbock Cooper also hopes that by passing the bond election, it will cut down on class sizes.

During early voting, 25,684 citizens in Lubbock cast ballots. On Saturday, polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Remember, as long as you are in line to vote by 7:00 p.m., you will be able to vote.

Also don't forget to bring a proper form of identification when you vote.

In Lubbock, there are many places to vote around the city. Below are the vote center locations for the May 1 Election according to


  • Abernathy City Hall – 811 Avenue D (Community Room), Abernathy, 79311
  • Bacon Heights Baptist Church – 5110 54th St (2 Commons Room), Lubbock, 79414
  • Broadview Baptist Church – 1302 N Frankford Ave (Fellowship Hall), Lubbock, 79416
  • Broadway Church of Christ – 1924 Broadway (Foyer) Lubbock, 79401
  • Byron Martin ATC – 3201 Avenue Q (Entry Hall), Lubbock, 79411****
  • Calvary Baptist Church – 5301 82nd St (Mall Area), Lubbock, 79424****
  • Casey Administration Building – 501 7th St (Room No. 104), Wolfforth, 79382
  • Catholic Diocese of Lubbock – 4620 4th St (Archbishop Michael J Sheehan Hall), Lubbock, 79416
  • Cavazos Middle School – 210 N University Ave (Gym), Lubbock, 79415
  • Celebration Christian Center – 8001 Upland Ave (Sanctuary), Lubbock, 79424
  • Church on the Rock – 10503 Slide Rd (Café Area), Lubbock, 79424
  • Copper Rawlings Senior Center – 213 40th St (Social Hall), Lubbock, 79404
  • Elks Lodge No. 1348 – 3409 Milwaukee Ave (Lodge Hall), Lubbock, 79407
  • First Assembly of God Church – 3801 98th St (Classroom), Lubbock, 79423
  • Green Lawn Church of Christ – 5701 19th St (Entry Hall), Lubbock, 79407
  • Heritage Middle School – 6110 73rd St (Library), Lubbock, 79424
  • Hodges Community Center – 4011 University Ave (Social Hall), Lubbock, 79413
  • Lubbock-Cooper North Elementary School – 3202 108th St (Main Gym South Side), Lubbock, 79423
  • Lubbock-Cooper Performing Arts Center (PAC) – 910 Woodrow Rd (Foyer), Lubbock, 79423
  • Lubbock-Cooper West Elementary School – 10101 Fulton Ave (Gym), Lubbock, 79424
  • Mae Simmons Community Center – 2004 Oak Avenue (Activity Room), Lubbock, 79403
  • Mattress Firm – 6707 Slide Rd (Breakroom), Lubbock, 79424
  • Maxey Community Center – 4020 30th St (Social Hall), Lubbock, 79410
  • New Deal Community Clubhouse – 309 S Monroe Ave, New Deal, 79350
  • Parsons Elementary School – 2811 58th St (Gym), Lubbock, 79413
  • Patterson Library – 1836 Parkway Dr (Community Room), Lubbock, 79403
  • Ransom Canyon City Hall – 24 Lee Kitchens Dr (Council Chamber), Ransom Canyon, 79366
  • Roberts Elementary School – 7901 Avenue P (Gym), Lubbock, 79423
  • Roscoe Wilson Elementary School – 2807 25th St (Gym), Lubbock, 79410
  • Shallowater Community Center – 902 Avenue H, Shallowater, 79363
  • Slaton ISD Administration Office – 140 E Panhandle (Board Room), Slaton, 79364
  • South Plains Church of Christ – 6802 Elkhart Ave (Gym Area), Lubbock, 79424
  • St Joseph Catholic Church – 102 N Avenue P (Guadalupe Room), Lubbock, 79401
  • Sutherlands HomeBase – 3701 50th St (Near Lighting Section), Lubbock, 79413
  • Terra Vista Middle School – 1111 Upland Ave (Library), Lubbock, 79416
  • Texas Tech University Library – 2802 18th St – TTU Campus (South Croslin), Lubbock, 79409
  • Wright Elementary School – 1302 Adrian St (Gym), Lubbock, 79403

KFYO will have special Election Night coverage with Rob Snyder and Steve Evans beginning at 7 p.m. on Saturday.

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