Primaries for both parties are scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 14.
The new district polling places, which were agreed to by Registrars of Voters from both parties in the spring, are:
Under the new plan, District #9 will have the least number of voters with 3,266, while the most voters, 5,065, reside in District #3. In the past, voting precincts ranged in size from 750 at to 3,000 voters at , said Clare Kindall, chair of the Town Council's administration and technology committee which crafted the plan for the revised districts.
The new polling places were used for the April 24 Republican Presidential primary and will be used for Tuesday's Democratic and Republican primaries. Voters were notified of their new assignments, but if you can't remember, visit this link on the town website and plug in your street name to find out where you should vote.