Four Atlantic County polling places have been relocated due to damage from Hurricane Sandy, Atlantic County said in a news release.

Additionally, all Long Beach Island voters can cast ballots in Manahawkin.

The following locations affected are:

Atlantic City: District 1-3, which was scheduled to vote at Price Memorial Church, 525 Atlantic Ave., will instead be at the Uptown Complex, 325 Madison Ave.

Margate: District D-4, which was scheduled to vote at the Margate Municipal Building, 1 S. Washington Ave., will instead be at the Union Avenue School, 9001 Winchester Ave..

Ventnor: District D-4, which was scheduled to vote at Heights Civic Center., 311 N Surrey Ave., will instead be at the Ventnor Community Building, 6500 Atlantic Ave. District D-5, which was scheduled to vote at VFW Post No. 3361, 601 N Dorset Ave., will instead be at the Ventnor Community Building, 6500 Atlantic Ave.

Long Beach Island: All voters can obtain ballots at the Southern Ocean County Resource Center, 179 S Main St., Manahawkin. Call 609-597-1500 for more information. In addition, voters in Barnegat Light, Harvey Cedars, Long Beach Township, Ship Bottom and Surf City can vote at the Southern Regional Middle School on Cedar Bridge Road in Manahawkin.

Lacey Township: Districts 3 and18, which were scheduled to vote at Murray Grove, will instead vote at the Lanoka Harbor EMS Squad headquarters at 305 Manchester Ave.

Little Egg Harbor Township: Districts 3, 4, 13 and14, which were scheduled to vote at the Community Center, will instead vote at the Township Municipal Complex, 665 Radio Road. District 2, which was scheduled to vote at Old Town Hall, will vote instead at the West Tuckerton Firehouse at 505 Route 9.

Stafford Township: Districts 3 and 4, which were scheduled to vote at the Community Center, will instead vote at the St. Mary's Parish Center at 100 Bishop Lane in Manahawkin.

Displaced voters

Voters who have been displaced from their home districts and counties can vote in a variety of ways, as Gov. Chris Christie has ordered to extend early voting times and to allow some to vote by e-mail or fax, noting those methods are not considered secret ballots.

Among the directives:

Displaced voters may cast provisional ballots at any polling place in New Jersey.

If a voter casts a ballot in a county other than where they are registered, the county in which they voted must either hand-deliver or mail via overnight delivery the ballot to the home county, which will then count the ballot.

Displaced voters may also submit a "mail-in" ballot via e-mail or fax. For more information on this method, call 877-658-6837 or visit www.elections.nj.gov.