Welcome to Houston's most unique polling places

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Some voters in Houston cast their ballot in rather unique polling places.

For most of us, voting is a pretty standard affair: Show up to a neighborhood school, church or municipal building, cast your ballot and be on your way. But some lucky Houstonians get to cast their ballot in a more unique setting.

A neighborhood affair
In one Houston neighborhood, voting might as well be a block party. Harris County has designated a private residence on Underwood Street near Braeswood as a polling place. After arriving at the home, voters cast their ballot out of their neighbor's garage.
Don't forget your reusable bags!
Election officials have designated two Houston-area grocery stores as polling locations: Fiesta Mart near Braeswood Bayou and a Randalls in midtown.

Voters are directed to cast their ballots at a polling place located in a Houston grocery store.

The coldest polling place in Houston
Grab your jackets -- some voters in northwest Houston get to cast their ballot at the Aerodrome, a public ice rink that offers skating and hockey.

Voting doesn't need to be scary
Halloween may be over, but some voters are headed to a funeral home in Humble to do their civic duty.
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