Proctor election officials are ready to keep you safe for the August 11, 2020 Primary Elections.
“Thanks to Building Official in the Street Department and Interim Administrator Troy DeWall we have constructed and installed plexiglass shields at each election judge station, we have plenty of personal protection supplies for voters and judges and mask are required,” states Administrator Jess Rich.
“If any voter feels uncomfortable entering the building they can request curbside voting as well.” Voters are instructed to park in the North parking lot, enter the North doors and will exit through the community center hallway and exit.
POLLING PLACE INFORMATION:
7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Proctor Area Community Center, Council Chambers, 100 Pionk Drive, Proctor, Minnesota
Covid-19 Safety Measures at Polling Place:
* Masks required for voters and election staff
* Hand sanitizer will be available
* Voting stations will be spaced to comply with social distancing requirements
* Voters in line will be asked to maintain social distancing
* Pens and pencils will be sanitized after each use
* Surfaces will be disinfected frequently
* Voters will enter the north parking lot entrance and will exit through the community center entrance out to Pionk Drive
* Election staff will frequently wash or sanitize their hands