CLALLAM: Committee sets new county voting areas

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Voting district changes approved Friday by a special committee won’t force Clallam County Commissioner Mike Doherty out of his district.

Under the proposed changes approved by the Redistricting Commission, voters in the District No. 1 precincts of Agnew, East Fairview, Monterra and Blue Mountain will be shifted into District No. 2.

The plan also calls for Port Angeles precinct No. 14 to move from District No. 2 into District No. 3.

Precinct No. 18 — the precinct in which Doherty lives — will remain in District No. 2.

The proposal still has to be approved by Clallam County commissioners next month.

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