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Board of Elections Relocates Three Voting Districts in Advance of November 7, 2017 Municipal Election

October 4, 2017

The Bucks County Board of Elections met on Wednesday, October 4 in the Commissioners’ Conference Room of the Administration Building. The 2017 Board of Elections consist of Commissioner and Board Chair Diane M. Ellis-Marseglia, LCSW, Commissioner Charles H. Martin and Commissioner Robert G. Loughery. During the meeting, Chairman Ellis-Marseglia and Commissioner Martin unanimously approved three polling place relocations. Those relocations will take place as follows:

DISTRICT

FROM:

TO:

Bristol Township 5-1

Bristol Commerce Center

2201 Green Ln., Levittown

Delaware Valley Vietnam Veterans

800 Coates Ave.

Bristol

Delaware Valley Vietnam Veterans is a more suitable polling place location for the residents of Bristol Township 5-1 voting district. This will be a permanent relocation.

Doylestown Township 1

Doylestown Township Building

425 Wells. Rd., Doylestown

Bucks County Health Department

1282 Almshouse Rd., Doylestown

Doylestown Township Building is undergoing renovations for the years 2017 and 2018. This will be a temporary relocation.

Doylestown Township 8

 

Doylestown Township Activity Building

425 Wells Rd., Doylestown

 

Bucks County Health Department

1282 Almshouse Rd., Doylestown

Doylestown Township Activity Building is undergoing renovations for the years 2017 and 2018. This will be a temporary relocation.

Voters in those districts will be notified by mail of the change. Detailed information about all of the county’s 306 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.

Commissioners Martin and Marseglia also approved three referendum question: the New Hope Borough Ambulance and Rescue Squad Annual Millage Tax Referendum, the Richland Township Supervisors increase (from three to five) Referendum and Solebury Township’s Proposed Increase in Funding to Support 24-Hour Advanced Life Support, Ambulance and Emergency Services.