Polling places for Manor, Trafford, Penn Township
Here's the list of local polling places for Tuesday's general election.
Polls will open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.
The Westmoreland County Election Bureau can be reached at 724-830-3150.
To file an election-related complaint on Election Day, see www.pavoterservices.state.pa.us/Pages/Report ElectionComplaints.aspx
Voters cast their ballots in the community room of the borough building, 44 Main St.
1st District: Trafford EMS Building, 109 Brinton Ave.
2nd District: St. Mark's Lutheran Church, 324 Fairmont Ave.
Allegheny County: Those who live in the section of Trafford within Allegheny County vote at the private residence at 175 Stewart St.
Ward 1, Precinct 1: Grandview Fire Hall, 1655 Ridge Road
Ward 1, Precinct 2: WCCC Bushy Run Education Center, 6706 Mellon Road
Ward 2, Precinct 1: Warrior Center Field House, 3381 Route 130
Ward 2, Precinct 2: Harrison City VFD Harrison Room social hall, 1010 Mill St.
Ward 3, Precinct 1: Claridge VFD Colton Hall social hall, 3100 Block Road
Ward 3, Precinct 2: Penn Township Municipal Building, 2001 Municipal Court
Ward 3, Precinct 3: New Life Presbyterian Church, 326 Raymaley Road
Ward 4, Precinct 1: Sunrise Elementary School, 171 Sunrise Drive
Ward 4, Precinct 2: Penn Township Rescue 6 Ambulance building, 1030 Sandy Hill Road
Ward 5: All three precincts vote at the Level Green Lions Club Community Building, 123 Murrysville Road
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