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Chatham County Poll Changes for General Primary Election

Precinct 1-8 formerly located at the National Guard Armory has moved to Grace United Methodist Church, 6412 Waters Avenue.

Precinct 2-4 formerly Christ Memorial Baptist is now Gospel Temple Church of God, 1402 Harmon Street. This is a name change only.

Precinct 3-14 formerly Chatham Nursing Home is now Riverview Health and Rehabilitation Center, 6711 LaRoche Avenue. This is a name change only.

Precinct 6-7 formerly located at Savannah Christian Church has moved to SS Fire Station #1 White Bluff, 10703 White Bluff Road.

Precinct 7-10 formerly located at Southside Church of God has moved to Woodmen of the World, 831 Little Neck Road.

Voters who previously voted at 2-10 Chatham Christian Church will now vote at 2-9 #8 Fire Station, 2824 Bee Road.

 

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