Community backlash prompts Eastchester School Board to consider reopening second polling site

News 12 reported last week how some residents accused the school board of voter suppression after a measure to reopen the Garth Road polling site failed to get enough votes.

News 12 Staff

Apr 8, 2022, 12:52 AM

Updated 828 days ago

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The Eastchester School Board will reconsider to reopen a second polling location, following community backlash.
News 12 reported last week how some residents accused the school board of voter suppression after a measure to reopen the Garth Road polling site failed to get enough votes.
The location was closed during the pandemic, but now there is a petition to re-establish the site.
The board will take the issue up during a virtual meeting on April 12.


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