Here's where to vote in the March primary elections in Spring and Klein

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Editor's note: The print edition included Lemm Elementary School as an election day polling location. However, Lemm Elementary School is closed for repairs and has been removed from the list in this version of the story. This list is not comprehensive.

Registered voters in Harris County can cast their ballots at any polling location within the county during early voting Feb. 20-March 2. For a full list of early voting locations, visit this webpage.

Early voting locations in Spring and Klein include:

Champion Forest Baptist Church
4840 Strack Road, Houston

Fallbrook Church
12512 Walters Road, Houston

Spring First Church
1851 Spring Cypress Road, Spring

Big Stone Lodge
709 Riley Fuzzel Road, Spring

Election day locations are organized by precinct.
This is list is not comprehensive.

1. D006, R006, D110 Hirsch Elementary School
2633 Trailing Vine Road, Spring

2. R041, R110, R897, R912 Salyers Elementary School
25705 W. Hardy Road, Spring

3. D041, D588, R588, D897 Winship Elementary School
2175 Spring Creek Drive, Spring

4. R082 Memorial Chase Home Owners Association Clubhouse
9411 Landry Blvd., Spring

5. R112 Krahn Elementary School
9502 Eday Drive, Spring

6. D245, R245, D998, R998 Kohrville Elementary School
11600 Woodland Shore Drive, Tomball

7. D246, D851 Revival House Church
2560 Old Louetta Road, Spring

8. R263 Windrose Meeting House
5740 Pine Lakes Blvd., Spring

9. D399, R399, D997 Memorial Hills Clubhouse
2225 Briarcreek Blvd., Houston

10. R451 Yeager Elementary School
13615 Champion Forest Drive, Houston

11. D452, R452 Zwink Elementary School
22200 Frassati Way Drive, Spring

12. R464 Cypressdale Clubhouse
4815 Elmbrook Drive, Spring

13. D465, D466, R466, D550 Bammel Church of Christ
2604 FM 1960 W., Houston

14. R465 Ponderosa Elementary School
17202 Butte Creek Road, Houston

15. D477, R477, D853 Charles R. Hooks Education Center
7111 Five Forks Drive, Spring

16. D478, R478, D515, D669 St. Timothy Lutheran Church
14225 Hargrave Road, Houston

17. D482 Roth Elementary School
21623 Castlemont Lane, Spring

18. R482, R851 Hanover Forest HOA Clubhouse
2502 Fern Lacy Drive, Spring

19. Klein Oak High School
22603 Northcrest Dr, Spring

20. R513 Huntwick Forest Clubhouse
5300 Coral Gables Drive, Houston

21. D514, R514, D615, D631 Strack Intermediate School
18027 Kuykendahl Road, Spring

22. R515 Brill Elementary School
9102 Herts Road, Spring

23. R550, R997 The Abiding Word Lutheran Church
17123 Red Oak Drive, Houston

24. D551, R551, D880 Hassler Elementary School
9325 Lochlea Ridge Drive, Spring

25. D575, D876 Klein Multipurpose Center
7500 FM 2920, Spring

26. D601, R601 Doerre Intermediate School
18218 Theiss Mail Route Road, Spring

27. R615 Wells Middle School Auxiliary Gym
4033 Gladeridge Drive, Houston

28. D633, R633, D874 Haude Elementary School
3111 Louetta Road, Spring

29. D668, R668, R684, D788, R788 Charterwood MUD Administration Activity Building
16444 Cutten Road, Houston

30. R648 Theiss Elementary School
17510 Theiss Mail Route Road, Spring

31. R669 Church of Christ in Champions
13902 Cutten Road, Houston

32. R853 Kuehnle Elementary School
5510 Winding Ridge Drive, Spring

33. R874 Cypresswood Community Association Building
3705 Cypresswood Drive, Spring

34. R876 Benignus Elementary School
7225 Alvin A. Klein Drive, Spring

35. R880 Frank Elementary School
9225 Crescent Clover Drive, Spring


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