With three weeks until Election Day, Dauphin County is reminding voters a handful of polling locations have changed.
The Board of Elections had to change five polling locations for a handful of reasons. Some locations requested to no longer host voting machines, some polling places are under construction, and others were outgrowing their spaces.
The county also has to upgrade more than a dozen polling places by 2020 to make them more handicap accessible.
Election officials want to remind voters to double-check their polling place before voting on November 6.
Click here for a full list of polling place changes in Dauphin County.