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Allen County to lose voting precincts in realignment

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO): Changes to voting precinct boundaries mean that Allen County will be losing a few voting precincts.

By next year’s May primary, Allen County will have 13 fewer voting precincts, according to the Journal Gazette.

Elections Director Beth Dlug says the county will be dropping from 292 precincts to 279 thanks to annexations and statewide redistricting changes. Four precincts on the south side of Fort Wayne – within Councilwoman Sharon Tucker’s District – are disappearing.

Meanwhile Huntertown will actually be gaining two, while several in Adams Township will be combined.

The changes still have to be approved by the state’s Election Division.

Find Allen County voting information here.

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Steven Shine November 11, 2021 at 1:50 pm

Your Republicans in action. Not surprised they made it harder to vote in Tucker’s district and easier in Huntertown. All part of their plan to destroy democracy to stay in power. Like the orange cult leader said, “If more people can vote, republicans will never win again!”

JD November 11, 2021 at 6:10 pm

Aaaaaaahahahahaha…..From a Flaming Liberal Dem shill that can’t even post with it’s ( politically Correct ) real name. Such a phony.


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