Gwinnett polling place moving for 2020 elections

A Gwinnett County resident participates in early voting at the Gwinnett County Board of Voter Registration and Elections Building in Lawrenceville in February. (ALYSSA POINTER/ALYSSA.POINTER@AJC.COM)
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A Gwinnett County resident participates in early voting at the Gwinnett County Board of Voter Registration and Elections Building in Lawrenceville in February. (ALYSSA POINTER/ALYSSA.POINTER@AJC.COM)

A Loganville polling place will move ahead of the upcoming 2020 elections.

Precinct 146 in Loganville will move from Anchor Church to Cooper Elementary School. The Gwinnett County elections board approved the move in their Dec. 17 meeting.


The church asked the elections board to find a new polling place for the precinct because it “felt the size of the precinct had grown beyond their location,” said Kristi Royston, the county elections director. The elections board unanimously approved Cooper Elementary as the new location. Both the church and the school are on Ozora Road, less than half a mile apart.

“You can see it from the church” said board member Alice O’Lenick.

The next steps for the elections office is to post signs alerting residents of the move and issuing new voter ID cards with updated polling place information, Royston said.


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