Campus serves as a Collin County polling location


Wade Glover

Election dotted the landscape outside of polling places in both Denton and Collin County for Election Day signs fill the medians on Tuesday, Nov. 6. Among the places some Collin County voters will cast their ballots is the area outside the school's auditorium which will be open from 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Lucas Barr, Editor-in-chief

After months of campaigning and political ads, the 2018 midterm election season comes to an end on Tuesday as the campus serves as a Collin County polling station with voting taking place from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Students, staff members, and local residents that have Liberty High School as their voting precinct will enter the school near the auditorium with the area blocked off from the rest of the school.

However, little to no disruption is expected in campus activities.

“Voting on campus shouldn’t really impact where students can go,” principal Ashley Rainwater said. “They’re going to block off the area by the auditorium and that is where voting will occur but the rest of classes and all will continue as normal. We shouldn’t really notice much changing the area or voting is is taking place has been marked off so it’s not going to be easy for other things you may see an increase in security and police presence as the polling is going on the campus.”