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Bristol Township polling location changed

A polling place in Bristol Township will be temporarily relocated for next month's election, county officials announced Tuesday.

Bristol Township polling location changed

A polling place in Bristol Township will be temporarily relocated for next month's election, county officials announced Tuesday.

The Bristol Township 9-1 district polling station will move from the Magic Cottage, in Levittown, to George Washington Elementary School, also in Levittown. The Magic Cottage suffered fire damage recently, county officials said, and can't currently handle an election.

If you're unsure of your polling location, click here to access a state polling place locator.

More information about Bucks County elections can be found at www.BucksCounty.org - a section on the right side of the home page is titled "Bucks County Election Information" with a variety of links.

The election is Nov. 5. A number of county row offices are on the ballot, as are local positions including mayorships, town council seats and school board memberships.

The Inquirer will have stories on some of the suburban races to watch, including several in Bucks, in the coming weeks.

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