Five Harrison County municipalities and the Doddridge County seat will hold municipal elections today. All polls will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Nutter Fort, which will have all its polling places at Nutter Fort Elementary School, will be voting for more than just city candidates. A levy for $55,000-$60,000 would go toward the purchase of fire trucks, equipment and other gear, Fire Chief Tom Rohrbough said.
The levy has been passed in every municipal election since 1966, Rohrbough said, adding that its passage is "very crucial" in supplying the fire department's 30 volunteers with adequate equipment.
The levy will not raise taxes, Rohrbough added, saying that Nutter Fort residents' personal property tax will remain at its current level.
Bridgeport will have precincts 123 and 124 at All Saints Church. Precincts 125 and 125-A will be at Simpson Elementary School, 125 in the cafeteria and 125-A in the hallway. Precinct 126 will be in Johnson Elementary School's cafeteria.
Precincts 129, 129-A, 129-B and 129-D will be at Bridgeport High School, 129 in the home economics room, 129-A and 129-B in the cafeteria and 129-D beside the home economics room.
In other municipalities, polling places have been announced.
All West Milford residents will be voting in the West Milford Municipal Building/Community Center.
In Anmoore, all municipal election voting will take place at Anmoore City Hall on the corner of state Route 58 and Ash Street.
Stonewood's municipal election will take place at Stonewood City Hall, located at 112 Southern Ave.
Voting in West Union's municipal election in Doddridge County will take place at two locations. Polls for Precinct 20 will be at the Lions Club Building in West Union, while voting in Precinct 24 will be at the Christian Church in Wabash.
Staff writer Davin White can be reached at 626-1448.