GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - Some Green Bay residents may have a new polling place to come spring elections. New redistricting maps have changed ward and aldermanic boundaries in the city. Green Bay City Clerk Lauri Marenger says for the past decade there have been 50 wards now they have 47. Shifting lines are also changing the make-up of the city’s 12 aldermanic districts as they squeeze into eleven Brown County Supervisory districts. Marenger says there were 49 polling places but now they have 41. There are also eight new polling sites and a handful of smaller areas have been merged together to share one voting place. However, there will be separate poll workers for different wards. Several sites needed to expand to accommodate voter needs and poll workers and to provide more space for presidential elections. An informational postcard will be sent out about new polling locations sometime after the first of the year.
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