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3 Westmoreland precincts get new polling places

Jacob Tierney

Some voters in Hempfield, Monessen and Lower Burrell will travel to different polling places on Election Day, according to the Westmoreland Election Bureau.

Three polling sites have been moved, according to the bureau:

  • Hempfield Township Middletown precinct will now vote at Harold Zion Lutheran Church, 671 Baltzer Meyer Pike. The previous polling location was the Church of Jesus Christ, which discontinued its rental agreement with the election bureau.
  • Monessen precinct 4-2 will now vote at Grand Plaza, 1295 Grand Plaza Boulevard. The previous polling place was Temple Beth Am, which closed this year.
  • Lower Burrell precinct 3-1 will meet at Moose Lodge 53, 499 Reimer Street. The previous polling place was Lower Burrell Manor, which is not handicapped accessible.

A full list of polling places and sample ballots can found at the county’s website, co.westmoreland.pa.us/Elections.

Jacob Tierney is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Jacob at 724-836-6646, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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