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polling station

a building, such as a school, designated as the place to which voters go during an election to cast their votes
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The Third Circuit is probably correct that polling places are not public forums.
A separate section of the law also provides funds to improve the accessibility of polling places (HAVA Section 101(b)(1)(G)).
According to Fox News, Guadagno said it was still unclear how many of the state's 3,000 polling places are without power, but she would know by Friday.
* use of alternative polling places, including U.S.
When voters search "Virginia polling places" in Google, the first result is the Virginia State Board of Elections, which is exactly what they and the Virginia elections board want.
The Mission, made up of 26 OAS members, was present at almost all of the polling places of the country's ten districts and was able to follow pre-election activities, the political campaign, the election itself, and the vote count.
Compared to 2000, the proportion of polling places without potential impediments increased and almost all polling places had an accessible voting system.
Since 2006, Indiana Leaguers have been monitoring what happens at polling places. Using our election reform committee surveys, poll watchers observe voting in local precincts; election boards distribute our surveys in their poll workers packets; and voters complete exit surveys.
Jerry Rabinowitz claims that his polling place, Emmanuel Catholic Church, violates the separation of church and state because officials refused to cover religious objects, including an anti-abortion poster framed by crosses, reports the Palm Beach Post.
has called for a return to paper ballots and is urging voters statewide to cast paper absentee ballots for next week's general election to avoid the computerized machines in polling places.
The Help America Vote Act requires that every polling place be accessible to people with disabilities and that every site have accessible voting machines.
There is no worry of machines breaking down, being in short supply, or hacked; no long lines; no partisan wrangling at polling places; and far less incentive for last-minute smears.