Editor’s note: In order to publish all the election results, we will push our news deadline back. Subscribers should expect delivery to be one to two hours late Wednesday morning.


Good morning all you voters! Today is the day everyone has waited for — Election Day.


So no matter where you live in Grayson County, if you have not voted yet, it is your job today to find out what things on the ballot apply to you and cast your choices.


Apathy is the death knell to democracy.


Polls open at 7 a.m. today and close at 7 p.m.


In between, in Grayson County, anyone who is registered to vote, and hasn’t yet done so, can cast a ballot at any of the voting locations listed below:


Bells City Hall 203 S. Broadway; Collinsville Collinsville Community Building 117 N. Main; Denison Grayson College-Denison 6101 Grayson Dr.; Denison Grayson County Sub-Courthouse 101 W. Woodard; Denison Parkside Baptist Church 301 N. Lillis Lane; Denison Southside Baptist Church 3500 S. Park; Gordonville First Baptist Church 187 Gordonville Rd.;


Gunter First Baptist Church 99 Gentle Creek Lane; Howe Community Center 700 W. Haning; Pottsboro Pottsboro ISD Administration Bldg. 105 Cardinal Lane; Sadler Baptist Church 419 S. Main; Sherman East Sherman Baptist Church 910 E. King; Sherman Election Administration Building 115 W. Houston; Sherman Faith Church 1800 N. FM 1417; Sherman Luella First Baptist Church 3162 Hwy. 11; Sherman Municipal Building 405 N. Rusk; Sherman SISD Service Center 2701 Loy Lake Rd.; Sherman Texoma Council of Governments 1117 Gallagher Dr.; Sherman United Way of Grayson County 713 E. Brockett; Southmayd Southmayd City Hall 4525 Elementary Dr.; Tioga Tioga Fire Dept. Meeting Room 601 E. Main St.;


Tom Bean First National Bank-Tom Bean 109 S. Britton; Van Alstyne Grayson College-Van Alstyne 1455 W. Van Alstyne Pkwy.; Whitesboro City Hall 111 W. Main and Whitewright City Hall 206 W. Grand.


Election night results can be found on http://www.heralddemocrat.com.



Happy birthday to Millie Green, Roger Eichelberger, and Lyndall Hobbs Wilcoxon, all of Sherman; and Judie K. Ertel of Colorado Springs, Colo.