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Mohave County’s Polling Places

Written by The Bee

November 5, 2018

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MOHAVE COUNTY—The General Elections are Tuesday, Nov. 6 and here is a list of where registered voters in Mohave County can cast their ballots. Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. AZ time.

BULLHEAD CITY: 

  • Desert Shores Community Baptist Church, 2625 Landon Drive. 
  • BHC Seventh Day Adventist Church, 1752 Arriba Drive. 
  • Hope United Methodist Church, 1325 Ramar Road. 
  • St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1664 Central Avenue. 

YUCCA:

  • Yucca Fire Department—12349 Frontage Road. 

OATMAN: 

  • Oatman Church—Rockhound Hill Road

GOLDEN VALLEY:

  • Golden Valley Fire District Training Center—423 S. Colorado Road. 

MOHAVE VALLEY:

  • RiverPointe Southern Baptist Church, 1421 E. Commercial Street. 
  • Mohave Valley United Methodist Church, 1593 E. Lipan Road. 
  • Mohave Valley Fire Department Station 82, 1595 Levee Road. 

KINGMAN:

  • (CENTRAL) Grace Lutheran Church, 2101 Harrison Street. 
  • (NORTH) College Park Baptist Church, 1990 Jagerson Avenue. 
  • (SOUTH) St. Mary Roman Catholic Parish Church, 302 E. Spring Street. 
  • (SOUTH) St. John’s United Methodist Church, 1730 Kino Road. 
  • (SOUTH) First Southern Baptist Church, 3120 Hualapai Mountain Road. 
  • (EAST) Calvary Baptist Church, 3575 Schaeffer Avenue.   
  • (EAST) Praise Chapel, 419 Harrison Street. 

LAKE HAVASU CITY: 

  • (NORTH) Mountain View Property Owners Association, 2635 Anita Avenue. 
  • (NORTH) Bethany Bible Church, 1200 Park Terrace Avenue. 
  • (SOUTH) Mount Olive Lutheran Church, 2170 Havasupai Boulevard. 
  • (SOUTH) Quality Inn, 271 Lake Havasu Avenue South
  • (SOUTH) Community Presbyterian Church, 3450 Chemehuevi Boulevard. 
  • (SOUTH) St. Michael’s United Methodist Church, 2895 Jamaica Boulevard. 

GOLDEN SHORES:

  • Golden Shores Fire Department, 12950 Oatman Highway. 

 

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1 Comment

  1. John Harvey

    I went to vote today at the Hope Methodist Church in BHC. While there, I asked the poll workers what the turnout was like and they said HEAVY. The folks voting while I was there were all middle-aged or older. I guess the young folks were either stoned or too lazy or unconcerned to do their duty as citizens. No surprise there.

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