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Yuma County expands space to accomodate early voters

Yuma voters eager to cast ballots ahead of November 3rd General Election - NBC's Crystal Jimenez reports

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) - Yuma County voters are eager to cast their ballots ahead of the November 3rd General Election. In fact, so many have turned out to vote early, the County's moving to a larger location.

Tuesday morning it opened an expanded voting center right next door to the Recorder's Office on 197 S. Main Street. You can cast your ballot there Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Election officials say more than 700 voters have already cast their ballots. They tell us people were actually lined up on the first day of early voting in Arizona.

If you don't want to vote in person, you have until October 23rd to request a mail-in ballot. Once you receive it, you can mail it, place it in a drop box, or turn it in at any polling location. The Arizona Secretary of State advises voters to mail their ballots no later than 15 days before the election. Otherwise, ballots can be turned it, at either drop boxes or polling places before 7 p.m. on election night.

Drop box locations include:

To keep yourself informed about the race to November 3rd, be sure to visit our Decision 2020 page, and check out our 2020 Voter's Guide.

Decision 2020 / Local Elections / Top Stories / Yuma County Coronavirus

Crystal Jimenez

Crystal Jimenez began at KYMA as a Digital Content Producer in June 2019, and is now a multimedia journalist for the morning show.


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