With less than a month to go, Seneca County Board of Elections had some final discussions about the May 7 election.
The board approved moving Carey school district voters to Wyandot County to vote on a school levy.
There are to be 14 voting precincts open in Seneca County including six precincts in Fostoria, Green Springs village, Adams Township, Bettsville village, two in Liberty Township, Loudon Township, Thompson Township and Attica village.
Director Andrea Carroll said the board mailed a card to every voter in the district, informing them of the new location.
Board chairman Charles Knight said the board should put a sign on the door of the previous location, so voters know where to go.
In other business, former board director Janet Leahy, who was recommended by the Seneca County Republican Party Executive Committee, is likely to be approved as the fourth member of the board by Secretary of State Jon Husted in a couple of weeks, Carroll said.
Knight said it is important she is officially on the board in time for the election.
The board looked at its options to install wireless Internet in the building, and the board agreed to allow Carroll the authority to make a decision on the matter.
Also during the meeting, board members continued discussions on finding a new location for the board of elections.
Board member Jim Fruth said the building is a major problem for training and voting.
Board member Mary Puffenberger said the building is not big enough, and it also poses a security problem.