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Westmoreland

Jeannette, North Huntingdon voting precincts move

Rich Cholodofsky
| Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018, 12:48 p.m.
The Westmoreland County Election Bureau
Dan Speicher | Tribune-Review
The Westmoreland County Election Bureau

Voters in Jeannette and North Huntingdon will cast ballots at new locations in next month's congressional special election.

Westmoreland County's elections board on Wednesday approved the changes.

Voters in the Jeannette District 5, First Ward, will continue to vote at the Heritage Baptist Church but the precinct will temporarily move to the facility's vision room. The previous location in the cafeteria is unavailable for the March 13 special election because school will be in session, elections bureau Director Beth Lechman said.

Voting will resume in the church's cafeteria for the May 15 primary.

Voting in North Huntingdon's Seventh District, Fourth Ward, will permanently move to Stewartsville Elementary School on Carpenter Lane. Voting at that precinct previously was held at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church.

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