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On February 5, 2008, Doylestown Township's Board of Supervisors passed a resolution supporting a switch to voter-marked paper ballots for Bucks County elections. Click here to view the resolution. Similar resolutions were passed by Buckingham Township, Doylestown Borough, Langhorne Borough, Lower Makefield, Middletown Township, Morrisville, New Hope Boro Council, Sellersville Boro Council, Yardley Boro Council, Nockamixon, Tinicum, and Warminster Townships.
Plumstead Township's resolution. New Britain Township's resolution is almost identical to Plumstead's.
This echoes the resolution passed two years ago by the Doylestown, Plumstead, Buckingham, Tinicum, New Britain, Lower Makefield, Upper Makefield, Milford, Springfield, East Rockhill, West Rockhill, Hilltown, Lower Southampton, and Middletown Township Boards of Supervisors, as well as Sellersville Borough Council, Doylestown Borough Council, Yardley Borough, Newtown Borough, New Hope Borough, the Bucks County Association of Township Officials, and seven former Bucks County Commissioners.