It’s decision day! Where to elect, cadidates running

It’s decision day! Where to elect, cadidates running
It’s decision day! Where to elect, cadidates running

Election Day is finally right here as citizens head to polling places throughout Arizona for the 2022 Primary Election.

Surveys in Mohave County open up at 6 a.m. as well as will certainly continue to be open till 7 p.m. According to Mohave County Deputy Elections Director Steve Harris, the very first batch of outcomes are anticipated to be counted and revealed by about 8 p.m. tonight.

A link to the outcomes will certainly be on Mohave County’s homepage at Mohave.gov when they are available, and updates on the political election will be posted throughout the evening at Havasunews.com also.

The preliminary matter will be posted on election evening with the tally of all regular tallies and also very early tallies cast on Election Day.

The Candidates

LOCAL ELECTIONS

City Council (3 seats).

Jim Dolan.

Michele Lin.

Jeni Coke.

David Diaz.

Morgan Braden.

Mark Curry.

Timothy Trayer (write-in).

Mayor.

Cal Sheehy.

Frankie Lyons (write-in).

State Representative District 30 (2 seats).

Leo Biasiucci (R-Lake Havasu City).

Donna McCoy (R-Lake Havasu City).

John Gillette (R-Kingman).

Marianne Salem (R-Kingman).

Expense Hardt (R-Bullhead City).

Nohl Rosen (R-Wickenburg).

State Senate District 30.

Sonny Borrelli (R-Lake Havasu City).

US Congress District 9.

Paul Gosar (R-Bullhead City).

Adam Morgan (R-Kingman).

Sandra Dowling (R-Litchfield Park).

Randy Kutz (R-Waddell).

Jack Harper (R-Surprise)– write-in.

Outcomes aren’t expected for at the very least a couple of days as election-day drop off ballots and also provisionary ballots are tallied.

Where to elect.

All voters are required to cast their Election Day ballot in their residence precinct– the district in which they are signed up.

There are a total of 24 districts in Mohave County, but only three precincts in the Lake Havasu area. All polling sites in Mohave County will certainly open up at 6 a.m. today, and also will certainly continue to be open until 7 p.m.

Lake Havasu City residents that reside in the Board of Supervisors District 3 (stood for by Supervisor Buster Johnson) are in the Lake Havasu South district.

There will certainly be a total amount of 4 polling sites throughout the precinct:.

· Mount Olive Lutheran Church, located at 2170 Havasupai Blvd.

· Quality Inn, situated at 271 S. Lake Havasu Ave.

· Christ Chapel, located at 3450 Chemehuevi Blvd.

· St. Michael’s United Methodist Church, situated at 2895 S. Jamaica Blvd

. Homeowners that live within the Lake Havasu City limits and remain in Board of Supervisors District 5 (represented by Supervisor Ron Gould) remain in the Lake Havasu North precinct. There will certainly be two polling places offered:.

· Mountain View Property Owners Association, located at 2635 Anita Ave.

· Bethany Bible Church, situated at 1200 Park Terrace Avenue.

Locals outside the city limitations that live in the unincorporated locations to the north of the city, in Board of Supervisors District 5 (represented by Gould), are in the Desert Hills district. The precinct’s lone ballot site will certainly be at the Desert Hills Fire Station, located at 3983 London Bridge Road.

Registered voters in Havasu can call the City Clerk’s office at 928-453-4142 for help finding their polling website on Election Day.

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