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A clash of calendars could make primary day a little hectic

By Susan Bahorich
Published On: Jun 05 2013 02:06:40 PM EDT
Updated On: Jun 05 2013 10:45:56 PM EDT
A clash of calendars could make primary day a little hectic
BOTETOURT CO., Va. -

The last day of elementary and middle schools means graduations and end of the year programs.

And, with that- comes extra people.

Meaning parking will be limited and even crowded.

To avoid headaches, the registrar is suggesting voters come before or after school hours.

While turnout is traditionally low, some changes have been made that voters need to know about.

The Blue Ridge precinct has been moved from Colonial Elementary to Glade Creek Lutheran Church.

"In the other schools, the entrances to all the schools, but one are different than normal so I'll have additional signage up for people to know it's still at the school, but you'll just go in a different door," says Botetourt County Registrar Phyllis Booze.

If you vote at Greenfield Elementary, you'll have to be buzzed in the front door.