Election Day arrives in Bullhead City, nation
BULLHEAD CITY — The 2018 general election comes to a conclusion today with polls open in Arizona from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
There are four polling places in Bullhead City’s Precinct 211: Desert Shores Community Baptist Church, 2625 Landon Drive; Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 1752 Arriba Drive; Hope United Methodist Church, 1325 Ramar Road; and St. John Lutheran Church, 1664 Central Ave.
Polling places in Mohave Valley Precinct 212 — an area that includes Mohave Valley and Fort Mohave — are Mohave Valley United Methodist Church, 1593 Lipan Blvd.; RiverPointe Southern Baptist Church, 1421 E. Commercial St.; and Mohave Valley Fire Department Station 82, 1595 Levee Drive.
Oatman voters will vote at the Oatman Church on Rock Hound Hill Road while Golden Shores Precinct 222 voters will cast ballots at Golden Shores Fire Department, 12950 Oatman Highway.
There are a total of 36 polling sites in 24 precincts countywide.
Locally, there are few contested races.
Eight candidates are seeking three seats on the Colorado River Union High School District governing board. The CRUHSD board oversees Mohave and River Valley high schools and the CRUHSD Academy.
Three candidates are vying for two spots as Arizona state representative for District 5. Two candidates are running for state senator for District 5.
The ballot does include a number of important state and federal races: Arizona voters will select a governor, secretary of state, treasurer, attorney general, superintendent of public instruction, mine inspector and two members of the Arizona Corporation Commission.
Arizona voters also will decide five statewide ballot initiatives.