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Bucks County Board of Elections Relocates Two Voting Districts (Total of Seven) In Advance of November 4 General Election

October 15, 2014 (updated 10/24/14)

The Bucks County Board of Elections met today at the Pennsbury Manor Visitors Center prior to the regularly scheduled Commissioners’ Meeting. During the brief Board of Elections proceedings, Commissioners Diane M. Ellis-Marseglia, chair, Robert G. Loughery and Charles H. Martin unanimously voted to approve the permanent relocation of the Doylestown Borough 2-2 and temporary relocation of the Tullytown Borough polling places for the Nov. 4, 2014 General Election. Those re-locations will take place as follows:

 District  From:  To:
Doylestown Borough
2nd -2nd
Center Square Towers
555 N. Broad St.
Doylestown
Wesley Enhanced Living
200 Veterans Ln.
Doylestown
Center Square Towers is under new management and can no longer accommodate the Board of Elections
Tullytown Borough Tullytown Borough Hall
500 Main St.
Tullytown
Tullytown Administrative Bldg.
578 Main St.
Tullytown
Tullytown Borough Hall is undergoing renovations and cannot accommodate the Board of Elections at this time. Tullytown Administrative Building will serve as a temporary relocation.

Polling places formerly changed for this election include:

District From: To:
Bristol Township
1st -1st
Mary W. Devine Elementary School
1800 Keystone Rd.
Croydon
VFW Post 1597
901 Bellevue Ave
Croydon
Lower Makefield
Township North 5
Yardley-Makefield Fire Company No. 1
652 Stonyhill Rd.
Yardley
Woodside Church
1667 Edgewood Rd.
Yardley
Lower Makefield Township North 6
Yardley-Makefield Fire Company No. 1
652 Stonyhill Rd.
Yardley
Woodside Church
1667 Edgewood Rd.
Yardley

Warrington Township District 5 Tamanend Middle School
1492 Stuckert Rd.
Warrington
 Warrington Fellowship Church
2233 Bristol Rd
Warrington
Warwick Township District 1 Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church
2100 York Rd.
Jamison
Warwick Township Building
1733 Township Greene,
Jamison

Voters in those districts will be notified by mail of the changes. Detailed information about all of the county’s 304 voting districts is available on the Board of Elections' pages on the official county website, www.BucksCounty.org. That information can be accessed on the right side of the home page.