Voting sites cut for next primary

Voters who want to cast their ballots early in this year’s primary election will have fewer options on where and when to vote.

Two early-voting sites that had been open during the 2012 presidential election were eliminated. In addition, the centers will be open for three days instead of five.

But new polling sites will be set up for one day at each of the county’s three large retirement communities to give seniors who live there better access to early voting.

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