Polling Locations Moved
The election boards of Bradford, Susquehanna, and Wyoming Counties have moved polling locations in a number of municipalities for the Nov. 8 election, due mostly to flooding from Tropical Storm Lee in September.
In Bradford County, voters in Towanda’s Second Ward will cast their ballots at the Towanda Fire Hall, 17 Pine St. Monroe Township voters will be welcomed at the Monroe Fire Hall on Main Street in Monroeton. Residents in Athens’ Second Ward will vote this year at the Athens United Methodist Church at 118 Main St.
In Wyoming County, Exeter Township residents may cast their ballots in the township’s municipal building on Route 92. Meshoppen Borough residents may vote at the borough’s municipal building on Oak Street. Forkston Township voters will use the Forkston Grange Building this year.
In Susquehanna County, Jackson Township voters may cast their ballots at the Jackson Township Building at 310 Old Mill Road in Jackson, and residents of the Second Ward in Montrose will be received at the new Montrose Borough Building at 89 Cherry St. The changes in Susquehanna County were not related to flooding.
The election department in Sullivan County related that there are no changes in polling locations there this year.