I should be totally up front with you. I believe that voting, in general, is important. Voting local is even more imperative to me.  It is a way to hold those in charge of shaping our communities accountable.

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I’ve been voting ever since I can remember.  I just don’t ever recall not voting. Even as a kid, I would be part of the political process with my parents. Voting means a lot to me.  

Since voting is one of my passions, I appreciated the Tuscaloosa County Chapter of the National Panhellenic Council (NPHC) invite to talk about voting. The event “Vote to be the G.O.A.T. Tuscaloosa” was held on Facebook live this past Saturday night. I discussed my feelings about voting and the significance it has on the local level.  

So, if you are on the fence about voting, I’m here to encourage you to exercise your right to vote. Tuscaloosa County, you got plenty of time to get out and vote. Polls don’t close until 7 pm today. For up to the minute coverage with the Tuscaloosa Thread, click here. 

Here is a list of polling locations from the Tuscaloosa Thread:

District 1: (TDOT) Building Auditorium, 1000 28th Avenue 

District 2: McDonald Hughes Community Center, 3101 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. 

District 3: Church of the Highlands, 721 Rice Mine Road NE 

District 4: Calvary Baptist Church Annex, 1208 Paul W. Bryant Drive 

District 5: Alberta Baptist Church, 2210 University Blvd. East 

District 6: Belk Activity Center, 2101 Bowers Park Drive  

District 7: East McFarland Baptist Church, 6007 McFarland Blvd. East

Need to know your district? Click here for the district map.

(Source) Click here to follow the Facebook Group of the Tuscaloosa County Chapter of the National Panhellenic Council.  Click here for Elections 2021 with the City of Tuscaloosa.

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