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Montco Election Preparations Continue

Preparations for the upcoming election have hit a snag in Montgomery County.   Sitting as the Election Board, the county commissioners Thursday deferred action on moving a polling place in Upper Hanover as well as two more in Upper Moreland.   The delay came up after an Upper Moreland resident pointed out that state law requires a final list of polling places be posted at the Voter Services Office no less than 20-days before the May 21st election.   County Commissioner Vice Chair Leslie Richards says the issue hinges more on the unavoidability of the move and the three polling spots in question will stay where they are if possible.   The Election Board will meet Friday afternoon to consider again the three proposed polling place changes.   It did take action Thursday to move eight other polling places because the original locations were no longer available.

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