election

Super Tuesday!

No, superheroes are not coming to the library, the election is!  Once again, the Maud Marks Library will be a polling place for this year's Texas Primary Election.  If you want to vote in the Republican Primary and your voting precinct is 619, you can vote at the Maud Marks Library.  If you want to vote in the Democrat Primary and your voting precinct is 5-9. 522, 619, or 644, you can vote at the Maud Marks Library.  To find out your voting precinct number and where you vote, visit the Harris Votes webpage.

Election Day Info

Need to know where to vote Tuesday?  We can help you with that as well as finding a sample ballot or a list of all the polling places. Precinct info & sample ballot (don’t know your precinct?

Election Day for Primary Voting - March 4th

Tuesday, March 4th, is Primary Election Day from 7 am to 7 pm. For this particular Election, there will be no voting at the North Channel Library. Precinct 0460 voters who normally would vote at the North Channel Library will be voting at two separate locations, depending on your political party affiliation. Democrats will vote at: Tice Elementary School - 14120 Wallisville Rd., Houston, TX 77049. Republicans will vote at: Sheldon Elementary School - 17203 Hall Shepperd Rd., Houston TX 77049. For other Precinct polling locations, please see: http://www.harrisvotes.org

Vote for your favorite children's book @ North Channel!

It's election season again.  North Channel Library is once again an early voting site for registered grown-up voters.  But kids can vote here too!  In our lobby we have a display of staff member's favorite children's books.  Come into the library and vote for your favorite!  Voting will be open through Election Day, November 6th with the winner announced November 8th.  So come on kids and make your voice heard! Vote!

Straight from the Candidates' Mouths

We hear so much about the Democratic & Republican Presidential candidates from all different kinds of groups and people.  Why not start first with what they have to say about themselves?  Take a look at these books written by Mitt Romney and Barack Obama:

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