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More District 6 polling locations changed as special election nears

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The Fulton County Board of Elections has made a number of changes to where voters can cast their ballot in the special election set for June 20.

Republican Karen Handel will face off against Democrat Jon Ossoff for the seat vacated by Tom Price, who left to become U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services.

The following changes were made because several polling places are located inside schools and many of those facilities are undergoing renovations during the Summer break.

People who normally vote at Mount Zion Methodist Church in Marietta will now vote at Dodgen Middle School and if your normal polling place is Temple Kol Emeth, you're now asked to vote at Fullers Recreation Center.

More polling places that have changed are listed below:

New polling locations
Former Precinct Facility Name Proposed change Reason for Change
AP12 A/B/C Alpharetta High School Share w/ St. James United Methodist Renovations
AP14 & JC 15 Ocee Elementary Dolvin Elementary, Johns Creek Renovations
JC11 State Bridge Elementary Johns Creek High School Renovations
JC18 Mount Pisgah United Methodist  Prince of Peace Lutheran Church Event Conflict
ML03 Summitt Hill Elementary Birmingham Fall Elementary Renovations
ML05 A/B/C Cogburn Woods Elementary Hopewell Middle School Renovations
ML06 A/B Manning Oaks Elementary AP 10 Alpharetta Library Renovations
RW04  River Eves Elementary Esther Jackson Elementary Renovations
RW05 Elkins Pointe Middle Mimosa Elementary School Renovations
RW21 Hillside Elementary Johns Creek Env Campus Renovations
SS18/SS31 Abernathy Arts Center Sandy Springs Christian Church Inadequate Space
SS25 Dunwoody Community Church Life Center Ministries Space Rented

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