Photo courtesy Maricopa County Elections Department
New polling location in San Carlos due to flooding
By Jon Johnson
GRAHAM COUNTY – Today, Aug. 2, is the primary election day, and those who haven’t cast their vote have their last chance by being in a polling place line no later than 7 p.m.
While most Graham County voters have already cast their votes via mail-in ballot or in-place early voting, there are nine election day polling locations.
The regular polling place in San Carlos off Moonbase Road has been moved due to flooding, according to the Graham County Elections Department. The new polling location is at the Michael A. Noline Community Building, Highway 70, Rodeo Lane, Peridot.
The other locations remain the same and include the Solomon School Gym at 2285 S. Stevens Ave., Solomon; AG Building, Graham County Fairgrounds, 3805 S. U.S. Highway 70, Safford; St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church, 331 Central Ave., Safford; Eastern Arizona College Fine Arts Auditorium, 663 N. Stadium Ave., Thatcher; Pima School Digger O’Dell Building, 192 E. 200 South, Pima; Ft. Thomas High School Gym, 15502 W. U.S. Highway 70, Fort Thomas; Robert Olivar Sr. Learning Center, 297 E. U.S. Highway 70, Bylas, and Bonita School at 18008 S. Fort Grant Rd., Bonita.
The General Election will be held on Nov. 8, 2022, with early voting beginning on Oct. 12. Click here to request an early ballot from Graham County for the General Election.
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