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Redistricting may have changed wards for some voters

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City Clerk Kelly Walters is advising some voters that their polling location has been updated. Affected voters will be receiving a letter in the mail with further information.

City Council recently adopted a resolution approving revisions of ward boundaries in accordance with Section 3 of the City Charter. The amendment complies with the constitutional requirement to equalize ward populations every 10 years.

According to Walters, voter registrations have been updated to reflect the change and no further action is required for voters.

“The redistricting has changed the polling location for some voters for all upcoming elections, effective immediately,” said Walters. “This change only affects a small group of voters that will be notified by mail.

To learn more about how to vote in Rochester, or to determine your voting ward, visit www.RochesterNH.net/vote. For general inquiries or concerns, contact the City Clerk’s Office at (603) 332-2130 or cityclerk@rochesternh.net.

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