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Polling Places and Times for the September 8, 2020 State Primary Election

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Polling Places and Times for the September 8, 2020 State Primary Election

ROCHESTER – (Monday, August 3rd, 2020): The Mayor and City Council would like to announce that the following polling places are hereby established for the upcoming September 8, 2020 State Primary Election for the City of Rochester.

Please note, the polling location for WARD 2 has been changed to Chamberlain Street School
65 Chamberlain Street, Rochester.

WARD 1:
East Rochester Elementary School
773 Portland Street, East Rochester

New — WARD 2:
Chamberlain Street School
65 Chamberlain Street, Rochester

WARD 3:
Gonic Elementary School
10 Railroad Avenue, Rochester

WARD 4:
McClelland Elementary School
59 Brock Street, Rochester

WARD 5:
Rochester Community Center
150 Wakefield Street/Community Way, Rochester
(Located on the Chestnut Hill Road Side of Building)

WARD 6:
Elks Lodge #1393
295 Columbus Avenue, Rochester

Further, that in accordance with RSA 659:4, and Section 47 of the City Charter – All polling places shall be open from 8:00am to 7:00pm, on said Election Day.

Participants are encouraged to wear masks and socially distance. Email cityclerk@rochesternh.net or call (603) 332-2130 for inquiries and additional information.

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