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The boundaries of the respective magisterial (election) districts are set forth as follows:

Boiling Springs Magisterial District. Beginning at the corner of Alleghany County, Virginia and Greenbrier and Monroe Counties, West Virginia following in a southeasterly direction along the Monroe County line to the corner of Monroe County, West Virginia and Alleghany and Craig Counties, Virginia continuing in a southeasterly then northeasterly direction along the Craig County line to its intersection with State Route 617; thence in a northerly direction following the centerline of State Route 617 to a point where it intersects State Route 616; thence in a northeasterly direction following the centerline of State Route 616 to a point where it intersects State Route 619; thence in a northwesterly direction following the centerline of State Route 619 to a point where it intersects State Route 657; thence in a westerly direction along the centerline of State Route 657 to the point where it intersects State Route 18; thence in a northerly direction following the centerline of State Route 18 to the point where it intersects the Covington city limits at the bridge over Potts Creek; thence in a northwesterly direction following Covington city limits along Potts Creek and Jackson River to a point where the city limits are intersected by a tributary from the west, just southwest of Rayon Terrace; thence from the intersection of the Jackson River (City of Covington limits) and the unnamed tributary following the census block boundary between blocks 1024 and 1012 in Tract 80202 in a straight line in a southwesterly direction to a point 300 feet north of State Route 18 as it follows the sharp bend around Potts Creek; thence in a northwesterly direction following the U.S. Census block boundary between blocks 1024 and 1012 and blocks 1011 and 1009 in Tract 80202 in a straight line to a point on State Route 600, halfway between State Route 658 and U.S. Forest Service Route 440; thence in a southerly direction along State Route 600 to the point where it is intersected by a gas pipeline; thence in a northwesterly direction following the gas pipeline to the point where the pipeline intersects Dunlap Creek; thence following the centerline of Dunlap Creek in a southwesterly direction to the point were it is intersected by Jerry’s Run near Hematite; thence following the centerline of Jerry’s Run in a northerly direction to the point where it intersects U.S. Forest Service Route 69; thence in a northerly direction along the centerline of U.S. Forest Service Route 69 to the point where it intersects Interstate Highway 64; thence in a westerly direction along the median of Interstate 64 to the point where it crosses the border between Alleghany County and Greenbrier County, West Virginia; thence in a southerly direction along the county line to a point where the county line reaches the corner of Alleghany County, Virginia and Greenbrier and Monroe Counties, West Virginia, being the same point of beginning.

Covington Magisterial District. Beginning at a point on the Alleghany County, Virginia and Greenbrier County, West Virginia line where Interstate 64 intersects; thence in a northerly direction along the county line to a point about 2,500 feet north of Hickory Knob; thence in a southeasterly direction in a straight line along the boundary (indicated as a utility line by the U.S. Census) between U.S. Census Blocks 1039 and 1139 in Census Tract 80301 to a point on Interstate 64 halfway between U.S. Geologic Survey Benchmarks 2229 and 2228; thence in an easterly direction along the median of Interstate 64 to the point where it is intersected by State Route 600; thence in a northerly direction along the centerline of State Route 600 to the point where it is intersected by a small trail from the east, about 300 feet north of the intersection of State Route 600 and Cove Run; thence in an easterly direction along the trail to the top of Lick Mountain; thence continuing along the trail in a northerly direction along the top of Lick Mountain then in an easterly direction off the mountain ridge to a point where the trail intersects the end of State Route 642; thence following the centerline of State Route 642 in a north, then easterly direction to the point where it intersects State Route 687; thence following the centerline of State Route 687 in a southerly direction to a point where it intersects the Jackson River; thence following the center of the Jackson River downstream to the point where it intersects Sammy’s Road; thence following the centerline of Sammy’s Road in a northerly direction, to the dead end of Sammy’s Road; thence in a straight line, through a private yard, to the dead end of Woodbrook Drive; thence along the center of Woodbrook Drive to the point at the intersection with Gilpin Avenue; thence in an easterly direction along the centerline of Gilpin Avenue to a point at the intersection of Clearwater Drive; thence in a north-westerly direction along the centerline of Clearwater Drive to point at the intersection with Waller Avenue; thence in an easterly direction along the centerline of Waller Avenue to a point at the intersection with Jackson River Road (State Route 687); thence in a southeasterly direction along the centerline of State Route 687 to the point where it intersects U.S. Highway 220; thence in a northerly direction following the centerline of U.S. 220 to the point where it intersects Tuke Lane; thence in a easterly direction along the centerline of Tuke Lane about 260 feet to the point where it intersects an unnamed tributary of Falling Springs Creek; thence in a northerly direction up the unnamed tributary to the point where it intersects the second unnamed tributary on the right (the stream intersection being about 800 feet southeast of Sinking Spring Church); thence following the unnamed stream in an easterly direction to the point where it intersects State Route 606 about 1700 feet south of the county line; thence following the centerline of State Route 606 in a southerly direction to a point about 2,100 feet south of the intersection of State Routes 606 and 703 where Route 606 is intersected by an unnamed trail; thence following the trail in a southwesterly direction up to the top of Warm Springs Mountain to a point where four trails join in a saddle between Big Knob and Bald Knob; thence in a southwesterly direction along the U.S. Forest Service Trail 471 that skirts Bald Knob and follows Dry Run to a point approximately one and a quarter mile from where U.S. Forest Service Trail 471 meets the end of U.S. Forest Service Route 339; thence in a easterly direction in a straight line along the boundary (shown by the U.S. Census as a utility line) between Census Blocks 2005 and 2087 in Census Tract 80201 to a point on an unnamed tributary of Pounding Mill Run in Dolly Ann Hollow 3,300 feet due north of U.S. Geologic Survey Benchmark 1846; thence following the tributary downstream to the point where in intersects Pounding Mill Run; thence following Pounding Mill Run downstream to the point where it crosses Dolly Ann Road for the first time; thence following Dolly Ann Road in a southwesterly direction to the point where it intersects McAllister Drive; thence following the centerline of McAllister Drive in a southerly direction about 525 feet to a point at the intersection with a old road/private drive; thence in a westerly direction along the private road (1219 McAllister Drive) to the top of a ridge; thence in a northerly direction along a private road along the ridge about 500 feet; thence in a westerly direction to the end of Brookhaven Drive; thence along the centerline of Brookhaven Drive to a point at the intersection with Julian Drive; thence in a northerly direction along the centerline of Julian Drive to a point at the intersection with Dolly Ann Drive; thence in a westerly direction along the centerline of Dolly Ann Drive to a point at the intersection with Miller Street; thence along the centerline of Miller Street in a southwesterly direction to point at the intersection with Stratton Street; thence in a southerly direction along an old access road, through the commercial parking lot to a point at the intersection with the City of Covington municipal boundary; thence following the City of Covington municipal boundary in a northerly direction to a point on the west side of Covington where the Jackson River and Covington City line are intersected by a tributary from the west, just southwest of Rayon Terrace; thence from the intersection of the Jackson River (City of Covington limits) and the unnamed tributary following the census block boundary between blocks 1024 and 1012 in Tract 80202 in a straight line in a southwesterly direction to a point 300 feet north of State Route 18 as it follows the sharp bend around Potts Creek; thence in a northwesterly direction following the U.S. Census block boundary between blocks 1024 and 1012 and blocks 1011 and 1009 in Tract 80202 in a straight line to a point on State Route 600, halfway between State Route 658 and U.S. Forest Service Route 440; thence in a southerly direction along State Route 600 to the point where it is intersected by a gas pipeline; thence in a northwesterly direction following the gas pipeline to the point where the pipeline intersects Dunlap Creek; thence following the centerline of Dunlap Creek in a southwesterly direction to the point were it is intersected by Jerry’s Run near Hematite; thence following the centerline of Jerry’s Run in a northerly direction to the point where it intersects U.S. Forest Service Route 69; thence in a northerly direction along the centerline of U.S. Forest Service Route 69 to the point where it intersects Interstate Highway 64; thence in a westerly direction along the median of Interstate 64 to the point where it crosses the border between Alleghany County and Greenbrier County, West Virginia, being the same point of beginning.

Falling Spring Magisterial District. Beginning at a point on the Alleghany County, Virginia and Greenbrier County, West Virginia line where Interstate 64 intersects; thence in a northerly direction along the county line to a point about 2,500 feet north of Hickory Knob; thence in a southeasterly direction in a straight line along the boundary (indicated as a utility line by the U.S. Census) between U.S. Census Blocks 1039 and 1139 in Census Tract 80301 to a point on Interstate 64 halfway between U.S. Geologic Survey Benchmarks 2229 and 2228; thence in an easterly direction along the median of Interstate 64 to the point where it is intersected by State Route 600; thence in a northerly direction along the centerline of State Route 600 to the point where it is intersected by a small trail from the east, about 300 feet north of the intersection of State Route 600 and Cove Run; thence in an easterly direction along the trail to the top of Lick Mountain; thence continuing along the trail in a northerly direction along the top of Lick Mountain then in an easterly direction off the mountain ridge to a point where the trail intersects the end of State Route 642; thence following the centerline of State Route 642 in a north, then easterly direction to the point where it intersects State Route 687; thence following the centerline of State Route 687 in a southerly direction to a point where it intersects the Jackson River; thence following the center of the Jackson River downstream to the point where it intersects Sammy’s Road; thence following the centerline of Sammy’s Road in a northerly direction, to the dead end of Sammy’s Road; thence in a straight line, through a private yard, to the dead end of Woodbrook Drive; thence along the center of Woodbrook Drive to the point at the intersection with Gilpin Avenue; thence in an easterly direction along the centerline of Gilpin Avenue to a point at the intersection of Clearwater Drive; thence in a north-westerly direction along the centerline of Clearwater Drive to point at the intersection with Waller Avenue; thence in an easterly direction along the centerline of Waller Avenue to a point at the intersection with Jackson River Road (State Route 687); thence in a southeasterly direction along the centerline of State Route 687 to the point where it intersects U.S. Highway 220; thence in a northerly direction following the centerline of U.S. 220 to the point where it intersects Tuke Lane; thence in a easterly direction along the centerline of Tuke Lane about 260 feet to the point where it intersects an unnamed tributary of Falling Springs Creek; thence in a northerly direction up the unnamed tributary to the point where it intersects the second unnamed tributary on the right (the stream intersection being about 800 feet southeast of Sinking Spring Church); thence following the unnamed stream in an easterly direction to the point where it intersects State Route 606 about 1700 feet south of the county line; thence following the centerline of State Route 606 in a northerly direction to the point where it intersects the Alleghany County and Bath County line; thence following the county boundary in a westerly direction, crossing Lake Moomaw, to the corner of Alleghany County, Bath County and Greenbrier County, West Virginia; thence in a southwesterly direction along the county line to a point about 2,500 feet north of Hickory Knob on the Alleghany County and Greenbrier County, West Virginia line, being the same point of beginning.

Jackson River Magisterial District. Beginning at a point on the Craig County and Alleghany County line where Route 617 intersects; thence in easterly direction along the county line to point that is the corner of Botetourt County, Alleghany County and Craig County; thence in a northeasterly direction along the border between Alleghany County and Botetourt County to the point where a small trail intersects the border about 7,900 feet north of Waits Mountain; thence following the trail in a northerly direction to the point where it intersects the Clifton Forge Town limits near Frazier Hill Lane (700 Frazier Hill Lane); thence following the Clifton Forge Town limits in a westerly direction to a point on Elko Street, near the intersection of Elko Street and Frazier Hill Lane, thence in a southerly direction along the centerline of Elko Street to the dead end near the first power line, thence due south about 325 feet to a point at the intersection with the second power line, thence following the power line in a westerly direction, crossing 11th Street, to a point at the intersection with an un-named creek, approximately 3,100 feet southwest of the Selma water tank; thence following this creek downstream to a point at the intersection with the CSX railroad; thence in an easterly direction along the CSX railroad to a point at the intersection with Selma-Low Moor Road; thence in a northerly direction along the centerline of Selma-Low Moor Road to a point at the intersection with West Ridgeway Street; thence following the centerline of Ridgeway Street (U.S. Highway 60/220 Business) in a westerly direction to the point where it intersects Interstate Highway 64 at Exit 24; thence in a easterly direction following the median of Interstate 64 to the point where it intersects the corner of the Clifton Forge Town limits on the east end of the bridge over the Jackson River; thence following the Clifton Forge Town limits in a northerly direction to the point where the town limits are intersected by Smith Creek just southeast of the water filtration plant; thence following Smith Creek in a northwesterly direction to a point near the Smith Creek gage, just upstream from the Clifton Forge Reservoir; thence from the gage station in a westerly direction along the centerline of the gage station access road to the point where the access road joins State Route 606 (Sulfur Spring Road); thence following the centerline of State Route 606 in a northwesterly direction to the point where it is intersected by an unnamed trail, about 2,100 feet south of the intersection of State Routes 606 and 703 where Route 606 is intersected by an unnamed trail; thence following the trail in a southwesterly direction up to the top of Warm Springs Mountain to a point where four trails join in a saddle between Big Knob and Bald Knob; thence in a southwesterly direction along the U.S. Forest Service Trail 471 that skirts Bald Knob and follows Dry Run to a point approximately one and a quarter mile from where U.S. Forest Service Trail 471 meets the end of U.S. Forest Service Route 339; thence in a easterly direction in a straight line along the between Census Blocks 2005 and 2087 in Census Tract 80201 to a point on an unnamed tributary of Pounding Mill Run in Dolly Ann Hollow 3,300 feet due north of U.S. Geologic Survey Benchmark 1846; thence following the tributary downstream to the point where in intersects Pounding Mill Run; thence following Pounding Mill Run downstream to the point where it crosses Dolly Ann Road for the first time; thence following Dolly Ann Road in a southwesterly direction to the point where it intersects McAllister Drive; thence following the centerline of McAllister Drive in a southerly direction about 525 feet to a point at the intersection with an old road/private drive; thence in a westerly direction along the private road (1219 McAllister Drive) to the top of a ridge; thence in a northerly direction along a private road along the ridge about 500 feet; thence in a westerly direction to the end of Brookhaven Drive; thence along the centerline of Brookhaven Drive to a point at the intersection with Julian Drive; thence in a northerly direction along the centerline of Julian Drive to a point at the intersection with Dolly Ann Drive; thence in a westerly direction along the centerline of Dolly Ann Drive to a point at the intersection with Miller Street; thence along the centerline of Miller Street in a southwesterly direction to point at the intersection with Stratton Street; thence in a southerly direction along an old access road, through the commercial parking lot to a point at the intersection with the City of Covington municipal boundary; thence following the City of Covington municipal boundary in a southerly direction, then westerly direction to the point where it is intersected by State Route 18; thence following the centerline of State Route 18 in a southwesterly direction to the point where it is intersected by State Route 657; thence in a easterly direction along the centerline of State Route 657 to the point where it is intersected by State Route 619; thence in a southeasterly direction along the centerline of State Route 619 to the point where it is intersected by State Route 616; thence in a southerly direction along the centerline of State Route 616 to the point where it is intersected by State Route 617; thence following the centerline of State Route 617 to the point where it intersects the Craig County line, being the same point of beginning.

Sharon Magisterial District. Beginning at a point on the Botetourt County and Alleghany County line where a small trail intersects the border about 7,900 feet northeast of Waits Mountain; thence following the trail in a northerly direction to the point where it intersects the Clifton Forge Town limits near Frazier Hill Lane (700 Frazier Hill Lane); thence following the Clifton Forge Town limits in an easterly direction to the eastern most corner of the Clifton Forge Town limits; thence in an easterly direction about 1,000 feet to a point at the intersection of U.S. Highway 220 and the CSX railroad, being about 500 feet north of the Jackson River; thence following U.S. Highway 220 in a northerly direction to the point where it intersects U.S. Highway 60 Business; thence following U.S. Highway 60 Business in an easterly direction to a point where U.S. Highway 60 Business is intersected by Interstate Highway 64 at Exit 27; thence following the median on Interstate 64 in a westerly direction to the point where it intersects the Clifton Forge Town limits; thence in a northerly direction following the Clifton Forge Town limits to a point where the town limits are intersected by Smith Creek just southeast of the water filtration plant; thence following Smith Creek in a northwesterly direction to point near the Smith Creek gage, just upstream from the Clifton Forge Reservoir; thence from the gage station in a westerly direction along the centerline of the gage station access road to the point where the access road joins State Route 606 (Sulfur Spring Road); thence following the centerline of State Route 606 in a northwesterly direction to the point where it is intersected by the Bath County and Alleghany County line; thence in an easterly direction along the Alleghany County line to the corner of Alleghany County, Bath County and Rockbridge County; thence in an easterly then southerly direction along the Alleghany County line to the corner of Alleghany County, Rockbridge County and Botetourt County; thence in a westerly direction along the Alleghany County line to a point where a small trail intersects the county border about 7,900 feet northeast of Waits Mountain, being the same point of beginning.

Clifton Forge East Magisterial District. Beginning at a point where the western Clifton Forge Town limits intersect State Route 606 (Sioux Avenue); thence following the centerline of Sioux Avenue and extending down an alley in a southerly direction to the point where it intersects Revere Street; thence following the centerline of Revere Street in an easterly direction to the point where it intersects an alley between McCormick Boulevard and Rose Street; thence in a southerly direction along the centerline of the alley between McCormick and Rose Street to a point at the intersection with Lafayette Street; thence in an easterly direction along the centerline of Lafayette Street to point at the intersection with Commercial Avenue; then following Commercial Avenue in a southerly direction to the point where it intersects Howard Street; thence following Howard Street in an easterly direction to the point where it intersects Smith Creek; thence following Smith Creek in a southerly direction to the point where it intersects Pine Street; thence following the centerline of Pine Street in an easterly direction to the point where in intersects Hazel Hollow; thence following Hazel Hollow in a southerly direction to the point where it intersects the Jackson River; thence following the Jackson River in an easterly direction to the point where it intersects the Clifton Forge Town limits; thence following the Clifton Forge Town limits in an easterly direction to the eastern most corner of the town limits; thence in an easterly direction about 1,000 feet to a point at the intersection of U.S. Highway 220 and the CSX railroad, being about 500 feet north of the Jackson River; thence following US Highway 220 in a northerly direction to the point where it intersects U.S. Highway 60 Business; thence following U.S. Highway 60 Business in an easterly direction to a point where U.S. Highway 60 Business is intersected by Interstate Highway 64 at Exit 27; thence following the median on Interstate 64 in a westerly direction to the point where it intersects the Clifton Forge Town limits; thence in a northerly, then southerly direction following the Clifton Forge Town limits to a point where the town limits intersects State Route 606 (Sioux Avenue), being the same point of beginning.

Clifton Forge West Magisterial District. Beginning at a point where the western Clifton Forge Town limits intersect State Route 606 (Sioux Avenue); thence following the centerline of Sioux Avenue and extending down an alley in a southerly direction to the point where it intersects Revere Street; thence following the centerline of Revere Street in an easterly direction to the point where it intersects an alley between McCormick Boulevard and Rose Street; thence in a southerly direction along the centerline of the alley between McCormick and Rose Street to a point at the intersection with Lafayette Street; thence in an easterly direction along the centerline of Lafayette Street to point at the intersection with Commercial Avenue; then following Commercial Avenue in a southerly direction to the point where it intersects Howard Street; thence following Howard Street in an easterly direction to the point where it intersects Smith Creek; thence following Smith Creek in a southerly direction to the point where it intersects Pine Street; thence following the centerline of Pine Street in an easterly direction to the point where it intersects Hazel Hollow; thence following Hazel Hollow in an southerly direction to the point where it intersects the Jackson River; thence following the Jackson River in an easterly direction to the point where it intersects the Clifton Forge Town limits; thence following the town limits in a southerly, then westerly direction to a point on Elko Street, near the intersection of Elko Street and Frazier Hill Lane, thence in a southerly direction along the centerline of Elko Street to the dead end near the first power line, thence due south about 325 feet to a point at the intersection with the second power line, thence following the power line in a westerly direction, crossing 11th Street, to a point at the intersection with an un-named creek, approximately 3,100 feet southwest of the Selma water tank; thence following this creek downstream to a point at the intersection with the CSX railroad; thence in an easterly direction along the CSX railroad to a point at the intersection with Selma-Low Moor Road; thence in a northerly direction along the centerline of Selma-Low Moor Road to a point at the intersection with West Ridgeway Street; thence following the centerline of Ridgeway Street (U.S. Highway 60/220 Business) in a westerly direction to the point where it intersects Interstate Highway 64 at Exit 24; thence in a easterly direction following the median of Interstate 64 to the point where it intersects the corner of the Clifton Forge Town limits on the east end of the bridge over the Jackson River; thence following the Clifton Forge Town limits in a northerly direction to a point where the town limits intersect State Route 606 (Sioux Avenue), being the same point of beginning.

Precinct names and polling places.

The names and polling places of the following precincts constituting the various election districts shall be as follows:

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