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June 25, 2013

Cape Ann polling places

All polling places for today’s special Massachusetts U.S. Senate election will be open until 8 p.m.

Here is a list of polling places across Cape Ann:

Gloucester

Ward 1, Precinct 1: East Gloucester Elementary School, 8 Davis St. Extension.

Ward 1, Precinct 2: Veterans’ Memorial School, 11 Webster St.

Ward 2, Precincts 1 & 2: Our Lady of Good Voyage Church youth center, 140 Prospect St.

Ward 3, Precinct 1: Veterans’ Center, 12 Emerson Ave.

Ward 3, Precinct 2: First Baptist Church, 38 Gloucester Ave.

Ward 4, Precinct 1: Beeman Memorial School, 138 Cherry St.

Ward 4, Precinct 2: Lanesville Community Center, Vulcan Street, Lanesville.

Ward 5, Precinct 1: Magnolia Library Center, 1 Lexington Ave.

Ward 5, Precinct 2: West Parish Elementary School, 10 Concord St.

Rockport

Precinct 1: Pigeon Cove Circle, 8 Breakwater Ave.

Precinct 2: St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, 24 Broadway.

Precinct 3: Rockport Elementary School, 24 Jerden’s Lane.

Manchester

Manchester Memorial School, 43 Lincoln St.

Essex

Essex Fire Station, 24 Martin St.

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