ELECTION 2014: Morden Road fire sees Nanaimo polling station relocation

REGIONAL DISTRICT OF NANAIMO – A polling station, originally located on Morden Road has been relocated due to a fire.

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A fire at the Morden Road Cranberry fire department hall Monday night will cause a polling station to relocate on Wednesday (Nov. 5) for advance voting.

As a result, the polling station will be moved from the station, across the street to the site of the South Wellington Elementary School, 1536 Morden Rd. in Nanaimo.

The polling station will be open between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. and electors will be voting for Regional District of Nanaimo Area A director as well as trustees for the Nanaimo school district.

Rosmy Jean Louis and incumbent director Alec McPherson are vying for the Area A seat.

The change will also be applicable for general voting day on Nov. 15.

For more election-related news, please go to www.nanaimobulletin.com/municipalelection/.

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