The Pulaski Community Board of Education voted Jan. 16 to have seven polling places for the Feb. 19 spring primary for Zone 1 instead of the usual 12 in anticipation of low voter turnout and to save money for both the school district and local municipalities. Polling places that were eliminated for this election only are those that had the lowest turnout in the most recent primary election.
All district voters are eligible to vote in all races. The zones were put into place so each part of the district has representation on the board. Zone 1 candidates must live in the village of Pulaski. The top two vote-getters will advance to the April 2 spring election.
Polling places for the Feb. 19 primary are:
Candidates who filed papers to run in the Zone 1 election are Brian Chlopek, Sarah Brunette and Patrick L. Lara.