York City changes polling locations for June primary election

Logan Hullinger
York Dispatch
A New Voting Systems Expo hosted by the Pennsylvania Department of State took place at Dickinson College Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018. Pennsylvania counties are preparing to replace voting machines after Gov. Tom Wolf in April mandated that voting machines used in the state have a verifiable paper trail. Bill Kalina photo

York City has made temporary changes to six polling locations ahead of the June 2 primary election.

The precinct changes will only take place for the primary, according to a city news release on Wednesday. York County officials already had relocated a dozen locations over complaints about parking, capacity and other issues.

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Those who typically vote at the Salvation Army will instead do so at Asbury United Methodist Church at 340 E. Market St, the release states.

In addition, those who normally vote at the following locations will need to head to Memorial Hall at the York Fairgrounds, located at 334 Carlisle Road:

  • The Crispus Attucks Community Center
  • Shiloh Baptist Church
  • St. Matthew's Lutheran Church
  • The Yorktown Center
  • The York Princess Center

— Logan Hullinger can be reached at lhullinger@yorkdispatch.com or via Twitter at @LoganHullYD.