New polling districts almost set in Salem
Selectmen approved the move to five polling districts earlier this year.
“Going forward, there is some additional work in rolling this out for September,” said Goodnow. “We are working with the IT department on the ability for voters to go to the town website and input their street or address (so they know where to vote).”
Goodnow said the September primary is typically a quieter election, with the November state election being a bit more of a challenge.
In addition to the changes in polling locations, Goodnow said school Superintendent Michael Delahanty is amenable to closing the schools every four years to help deal with the voter crush of the presidential elections.
“Processing the voters is where we have, at times, needed improvement,” said Goodnow.
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