Bucks County Board of Elections Relocates Five Voting Districts For May 20 General Primary

April 28, 2014

The Bucks County Board of Elections met today in a 5th floor conference room of the Bucks County Courthouse. During the meeting, Commissioner Diane M. Ellis-Marseglia was reappointed chair by her commissioner colleagues Robert G. Loughery and Charles H. Martin. The board unanimously approved the relocation of five polling places for the May 20 General Primary. Those relocations will take place as follows:

DISTRICT

FROM:

TO:

Bristol Twp. 6-1

Greater Word to the World Ministries

4129 Woerner Ave., Levittown

Bucks County Free Library Levittown Branch

7311 New Falls Rd., Levittown

The Bucks County Free Library Levittown branch will serve as a permanent relocation.

Bristol Twp. 9-1

Magic Cottage

132 Appletree Dr., Levittown

George Washington Elementary School

275 Crabtree Dr., Levittown

George Washington Elementary School will serve as a permanent relocation.

Morrisville Boro 3rd Ward

Capital View Fire Company

528 N. Pennsylvania Ave.

Morrisville

Morrisville High School

550 W. Palmer St., Morrisville

Capital View Fire Company is undergoing renovations and cannot accommodate the Board of Elections at this time. Morrisville High School will be a temporary relocation.

Nockamixon Twp. Nockamixon

Nockamixon Twp. Building

589 Lake Warren, Rd.

Upper Black Eddy

Palisades High School

39 Thomas Free Dr.

Kintnersville

Nockamixon Twp. Revere

St. John Baptist School

4050 Rte. 412, Ottsville

Palisades High School

39 Thomas Free Dr.

Kintnersville

In both cases, Palisades High School will serve as a permanent relocation.


In addition to the relocations, the board unanimously approved the Chalfont Borough Charter Amendment Referendum and Morrisville Borough Fire Company Tax Referendum questions that will appear on the ballot. Board of Elections/Voter Registration Director Deena Dean provided an update on poll workers, and the board also signed off on a $25 increase for delivery of election supplies to 17 delivery districts.

Detailed information about all of the county’s 304 voting districts is available on the Board of Elections pages on the official county website, www.BucksCounty.org. That information can be accessed on the right side of the home page.