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At 926 Mary Street -- Actually built as a polling place. Owned by the city. Reportedly operates as a bird sanctuary outside of election days.

Voters from Ann Arbor City 4-2 vote here.

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The Second Ward polling place was the first built, in 1901, using bricks from a university building torn down the previous year. Next came the Seventh Ward building, completed in 1905 on Mary Street. The First Ward followed with its own polling place in 1908, but not in the freestanding building originally planned. By buying property adjacent to its first lot, City Council eked out enough land to build a complete City Hall. The First Ward polling place was relegated to the basement.

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