Fire at Oklahoma church causes polling location change


MCALESTER, Okla. (KFOR/ KTUL) – As Oklahomans headed to the polls on Tuesday, some voters in Pittsburg County had a last-minute polling location change.

Th e Pittsburg County Election Board told KTUL that firefighters in McAlester were called to the First Assembly of God Church on Tuesday morning.

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When crews arrived, they realized the church was engulfed in flames.

The church had also been listed as the polling place for Precinct 7 and Precinct 40.

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As a result, those voters had to go to the Election Board Office, located at 109 E. Carl Albert Parkway, to cast their ballots.

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James Brien

Wow, the Dems will do anything to win an election. Burning a church isn't out of bonds to them.I don't really know....I'm just stirring the pot today.


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