Early voting begins next week in Arizona
KINGMAN — Early voting for the 2018 general election starts Wednesday.
The last day for voters to register for the general election is Tuesday. Early ballots will go out in the mail the next day. The general election will be held Nov. 6.
Bullhead City voters can vote early from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday to Nov. 2, at the county library at 1170 E. Hancock Road, elections department director Allen Tempert said.
There will be 36 polling sites open on Nov. 6 for voters to vote throughout the county in 24 precincts including four polling sites in Bullhead City Precinct 211, three sites in Mohave Valley Precinct 212 and one site each in Golden Shores Precinct 222 and Oatman Precinct 206. The voting precincts will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day.
The four Bullhead City Precinct 211 locations include Desert Shores Community Baptist Church at 2625 Landon Drive, Seventh-Day Adventist Church at 1752 Arriba Drive, Hope United Methodist Church at 1325 Ramar Road and St. John Lutheran Church at 1664 Central Ave.
Mohave Valley and Fort Mohave voters can vote at any three locations in Mohave Valley Precinct 212. The three voting locations are the Mohave Valley United Methodist Church at 1593 E. Lipan Blvd., RiverPointe Southern Baptist Church at 1421 E. Commercial St., and Mohave Valley Fire Department, Station 82 at 1595 Levee Drive.
Voters in Golden Shores Precinct 222 will vote at the Golden Shores Fire Department at 12950 Oatman Highway. Oatman voters in Oatman Precinct 206 will vote at the Oatman Church located on Rock Hound Hill Road.