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Location of Seven Central Ohio Polling Places Changing

Over 18,000 Central Ohio voters will be directed to new polling places for the March primary.  

Franklin County Board of Elections officials say the change involves seven locations, and involve property owners who no longer want to host elections, or sites that cannot be made accessible to voters with disabilities.  Early voting and absentee in-person voting will still be available to the Board of Elections on Morse Road starting February 17th.   More than 795,000 voters are eligible to vote in the March 15th primary, and there are still two weeks to register.  There will be 389 polling places open on Election Day, and the board encourages everyone to double check their polling location. 

The changes announced Monday are:

Alkire Road Church of Christ, 2779 Alkire Road,  Grove City will move to Harmon Elementary School, 1861 Gantz Road, Grove City.

New Horizons United Methodist Church, 1665 Harrisburg Pike, Columbus will move to Harmon Elementary, 1861 Gantz Road, Grove City.

Buckeye Preparatory, 1414 Gault Street, Columbus, will move to Driving Park Branch Library, 1422 East Livingston Avenue, Columbus.

Jewish Community Center, 1125 College Avenue, Columbus, will move to All Saints Academy, 2855 East Livingston Avenue, Columbus.

McNeill Farms, 7460 Lady Kirk Drive, Columbus will move to Local 1466 Union Hall, 610 Lancaster Drive, Reynoldsburg.

Xenos Christian Fellowship, 1390 Community Park Drive, Columbus will move to 1340 Community Park Drive.

Hilliard Heritage Middle School, 5670 Scioto Darby Road, Hilliard will be split between two locations; Precincts 3-C and 3-E will go to the Hilliard Station Sixth Grade Building, 3589 Main Street, Hilliard, while precincts 4-C and 4-D will move to Hoffman Trails Elementary, 4301 Hoffman Farms Drive, Hilliard. 

A native of Chicago, naturalized citizen of Cincinnati and resident of Columbus, Alison attended Earlham College and the Ohio State University. She has equal passion for Midwest history, hockey and Slavic poetry.
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