TRUMBULL \u2014 A 16-month occasionally contentious process ended with a public hearing at which no one spoke and a unanimous vote after no discussion. With a unanimous consent vote, the town council repealed Chapter 6, section 6-4 of the town\u2019s Municipal Code. That was the section that detailed the polling places for the four districts. With the code rescinded, it is now up to the town\u2019s registrars, Republican Tracy Vonick and Democrat Jean Rabinow, to set the polling locations. The council voted to adopt seven equal districts. \u201cUnder state statute, it is within the purview of the registrars to determine where polling places are,\u201d said town attorney Dan Schopick at last week\u2019s meeting of the council\u2019s Legislation and Administration Committee. Vonick told the committee that he and Rabinow had agreed on the seven locations, which are as follows: District 1 \u2014 Daniels Farm School; District 2 \u2014 Booth Hill School; District 3 \u2014 Tashua School; District 4 \u2014 Jane Ryan School; District 5 \u2014 Middlebrook School; District 6 \u2014 Madison Middle School; and District 7 \u2014 Christian Heritage School. The return to seven districts, which the council used for 28 years until changing to four districts in 2012, passed the council in August by a 13-7 vote. With the town charter\u2019s minority representation provision, that means no party can hold more than a 14-7 majority. That is important because some council actions \u2014 like overriding first selectman\u2019s vetoes and appointing members to some committees \u2014 requires a two-thirds vote. The move to decrease the size of a potential partisan split was one of the main reasons Democrats gave for supporting the seven-district council. Since the 2012 realignment, Republicans had held a 17-4 majority from 2015 to 2017. The party split swung the other way in 2017 and 2019, when Democrats built a supermajority. Currently, the council consists of 14 Democrats, 5 Republicans and unaffiliated members Tom Whitmoyer and Lisa Valenti, who both ran on the Democratic ticket despite not being members of the party.