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Voting precinct changes for Joplin

Due to the tornado the following changes have been made for Joplin voters:

Precinct Voting at... Previously voted at...
Joplin 5 &
Joplin 7
First Community Church
2007 East 15th Street
No change
Joplin 13 Joplin  Heights Baptist Church
2107 Willard
Housing Authority of Joplin
1834 West 24th St
Joplin 16 &
Joplin 18
Joplin Senior Center
2202 South Jackson
No change
Joplin 15 &
Central City
Joplin Museum Complex
7th and Schifferdecker
St Paul's Methodist Church
2423 West 26th St
Joplin 22 Byers Avenue Methodist Church
1730 South Byers
Calvary Church of the Nazarene
2820 South Connecticut
Joplin 24 Bethany Presbyterian Church
1930 South Virginia
Peace Lutheran Church
2002 Wisconsin
Joplin 25 Fellowship Baptist Church
2827 East 32nd St
Generations Free Will Baptist Church
Joplin 26 Fellowship Baptist Church
2827 East 32nd St
Calvary Church of the Nazarene
2820 S. Connecticut
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