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Voters are upset at a historic change

Marblehead’s Old Town House, thought to be the oldest active polling place in the country, was closed to voters yesterday. The town was ordered to move a polling station out of the building because it did not meet standards for handicapped accessibility. Marblehead’s Old Town House, thought to be the oldest active polling place in the country, was closed to voters yesterday. The town was ordered to move a polling station out of the building because it did not meet standards for handicapped accessibility. (Photos By Bill Greene/Globe Staff)
By Billy Baker
Globe Staff / November 3, 2010

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Jeanne Carey was standing in Market Square yesterday morning when a driver pulled up, looked at the Old Town House, and realized something was off. (Full article: 707 words)

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