The Voter Registrar’s office in Gloucester reopened to the public Monday in its newly expanded space, designed to accommodate recent changes to state code, and facilitate a safer, more convenient voter experience, a county press release stated.
The office is still located in the same County Office Building #1 but is now on the first floor of the building instead of the second. With the COVID-19 pandemic still a concern, the public’s access inside the building will be limited and curbside voting for the June 23 primary election is still encouraged.
According to Gloucester Registrar Bobbi Morgan, detailed signage is in place to guide members of the public how to access the new location from the parking lot. Signage as to how to take advantage of curbside voting will remain in place. The new office space has been designed for a natural flow of voters to enter the office in one side, vote, and then exit through another portion of the building.
Morgan said that she doesn’t anticip...
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