"The site has been replaced with a library," Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections Susan Bucher told the Miami Herald in a one-sentence email.
Bucher, who is a Democrat, didn't respond to other questions by the Herald including if her decision was driven by complaints. The site is still listed on the elections office's list of polling locations.
Jose Lambiet's Gossip Extra reported earlier today that dozens of voters had called Bucher to complain about the new site. Lambiet wrote that the center was co-founded by Ibrahim Dremali, an Imam who was known to openly raise money for the terror anti-Israel group Hamas. Dremali has since moved to Texas. Lambiet reported that Bucher was reconsidering whether to use the site for the Nov. 8 presidential election.
Representatives at the Islamic Center could not be immediately reached for comment Thursday.