- Associated Press - Monday, May 12, 2014

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Some Nebraska voters will have to drive further than normal to cast their ballots in Tuesday’s primary because of damage from this weekend’s storms.

Secretary of State John Gale said Monday that two polling places in Seward County will be relocated because of the damage.

Beaver Crossing voters will have to go to Goehner Fire Hall in Goehner on Tuesday. Cordova voters will have to drive to Utica to vote at the Utica Senior Center.

In Clay County, officials decided to keep Sutton’s polling place at the local Senior Community Center, but they’ll have to set up a generator because Sutton remains without power.

Gale says the 10 inches of snow that fell in western Nebraska isn’t expected to force any polling places to move in Scotts Bluff County.

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