Jon Johnson File Photo/Gila Herald: The primary election is Tuesday, Aug. 4.
Vote centers and precincts will be open 6 a.m. – 7 p.m.
GRAHAM COUNTY – For those who haven’t already dropped off an early ballot or voted by mail, six vote centers and three precincts throughout Graham County will be open from 6 a.m. – 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 4, to record your vote in the Primary Election.
A Vote Center is a voting location in which any registered voter in Graham County may receive an appropriate ballot for that voter and lawfully cast that ballot, according to the Graham County Elections Department. Registered voters in Bylas, San Carlos, Klondyke, and Bonita will vote at their normal polling places but can also vote at any of the vote centers located in Graham County.
Graham County Vote Centers
Solomon School Gym 2285 S. Stevens Ave., Solomon
Graham County Fairgrounds Agriculture Building 3805 S. U.S. Highway 191, Safford
St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church 311 Central Ave., Safford
EAC Fine Arts Auditorium 663 N. Stadium Ave. Thatcher
Pima School Digger O’Dell Building 192 East 200 South, Pima
Ft. Thomas School Gym 15502 W. U.S. Highway 70, Fort Thomas
Precinct Polling Places
Robert Olivar Sr. Learning Center 297 E. U.S. Highway 70, Bylas
San Carlos Housing Authority Highway 70/Moonbase Road, Peridot
Bonita School 18008 S. Fort Grant Rd., Bonita
Polls close at 7 p.m., so be sure to be in line prior to that time. Also, practice social distancing measures as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and wear a mask while at the vote centers and precinct polling places.