Concord Twp. residents dislike proposed polling place change
Controversy over the Concord Township polling place and its judge of elections kicked off a Butler County commissioners meeting Wednesday.
Kandi Nassy, a township resident and former Concord supervisor, spoke during the public comment session on agenda items. She requested that commissioners vote down a request to move the polling place from the municipal building to Concord Presbyterian Church.
“Most of the concern has been about the oversight at our polling location, not the space,” Nassy said.
She said the township’s judge of elections, whom she did not name, has a pending criminal case. Nassy said she has heard from other residents saying they do not feel comfortable being overseen by the judge at the judge’s own church.
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