Sandy Even Moves Some Polling Places In Pennsylvania - New York News

Sandy Even Moves Some Polling Places In Pennsylvania

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RIEGELSVILLE, Pa. -

Hurricane Sandy did impact some polling places in the Keystone State.

In Bucks County, the board of elections had to relocate the Riegelsville Borough voting district.

Instead of borough hall, it will now be held at Riegelsville Fire Company on Delaware Road.

FOX 29's Stephanie Esposito was reporting on the change live from Riegelsville on Tuesday morning and filed this video report.

Pennsylvania polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.

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