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Written by KRISTYN HALBIG ZIEHM   
Wednesday, 26 March 2014 17:20

    In the City of Port Washington, it’s not who’s on the ballot next week that’s new — it’s where residents will cast their votes.

    Voters in the city’s 1st and 7th districts on the city’s north side, who used to cast their ballots at Thomas Jefferson Middle School, will now vote at St. Matthew Lutheran Church, 1525 N. Grant St.

    Voters in the 4th, 5th and 6th districts on the city’s south side will cast ballots at Grand Avenue United Methodist Church instead of Dunwiddie Elementary School.

    Residents of the city’s 2nd and 3rd aldermanic districts will continue to vote at City Hall.

    The change in polling places represents a fundamental change for voters. For decades, they were welcomed into the schools by teachers and administrators who considered the act of voting the ultimate civics lesson for students.

    But with increasing violence in schools across the nation, that attitude changed. After the school shooting in Newtown, Conn., members of the Port Washington-Saukville School Board decided security concerns outweighed the benefit of holding elections in the schools.Daily-Press

    There is nothing controversial on the April 1 ballot.

    Three incumbents are unopposed in their bids for re-election — Paul Neumyer in the 2nd District, Doug Biggs in the 4th District and Dave Larson in the 6th District.

 
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