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Moody Coliseum to be Polling Location on Election Day

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For the first time ever, students and Dallas County residents can vote in a presidential election directly from SMU’s basketball arena.

The university announced earlier this year that Moody Coliseum would serve as an official polling location for the 2020 election. Students and local community members will be able to safely vote in-person at the home of SMU’s men’s and women’s basketball teams on Nov. 3rd.

The arena will be open for all Dallas County residents as part of an initiative to encourage participation in the political process. Free parking is available in both the Binkley and Moody parking centers with special accommodations parking available on Binkley Boulevard.

COVID-19 precautions will be implemented, including mandatory mask-wearing and social distancing.

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