The Montgomery County Board of Commissioners has approved a plan to consolidate polling places for the 2020 Primary Election, which will be held on Tuesday, June 2. The plan utilizes 140 public schools to accommodate Montgomery County's 352 voting districts. The change is being made to better public safety during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here's where Worcester residents will cast their ballots...
Folks who normally vote at the Variety Club or Worcester Community Hall will vote at the Methacton High School.
Folks who normally vote at the Bethel Hill United Methodist Church or the Central Schwenkfelder Church will vote at the Worcester Elementary School.
At this time Montgomery County plans to return to the "normal" polling places for the General Election.
In addition, absentee ballots may be delivered to secure drop-off boxes. Click here for drop-off box locations and additional information.
Questions? Contact the Montgomery County Board of Elections at (610) 278-3275.