Vote center

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In the United States of America, a vote center, sometimes known as a super precinct, is a polling place that combines multiple precincts allowing voters to choose at which location to vote. Voter centers can be used to allow voters to choose from any polling place within a larger jurisdiction, commonly county. Vote centers were first used in Larimer County, Colorado, USA.[1]

Vote centers can reduce the number of precincts required per election theoretically reducing costs.

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