Precinct changes in St. Lucie County affect more than 50,000 residents

5 precincts have new polling locations, 1 changed names
Posted at 9:47 AM, Mar 14, 2024
and last updated 2024-03-14 10:14:12-04

FORT PIERCE, Fla. — If you live in St. Lucie County, there's a chance your voting precinct has changed. But it's easy to know if you've been impacted.

According to the supervisor of elections in that county, Gertrude Walker said six precincts had some change. Five precincts have new locations altogether, while one change was minor — only the name changed.

Precincts 14 and 24 are now at Fort Pierce Westwood Academy on Panther Lane. They used to be located at Miracle Prayer Temple.

Precinct 41 is now Northport K-8 School on Floresta Drive, moving from West St. Lucie Elks Lodge #2823.

Precinct 71 is now at Oak Hammock K-8 School, from Crosstown Fellowship.

Precincts 67 and 86 are now located at St. Lucie West Centennial High School on Southwest Cashmere Boulevard, moving from Grace Lutheran Church and Sunlight Community Church.

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A polling location also changed names. Church of God, located on Oleander Avenue is now called All Generations Church, according to St. Lucie County Supervisor of Elections documents.

Walker told WPTV there are plenty of ways to know if your precinct was impacted. You can check the front of the sample ballot mailed to residents or check online by clicking here.

"It's important that you not just jump in the car and go to that precinct. But take the time to check your voter information card or to check the front of your sample ballot that was mailed to you," Walker said. "We want you to get there, and we want you to get there safely, and certainly, please get out there and vote because your opinion does matter."

Walker said residents can call 772-462-1500 for more information about precincts.

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