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Elections Department - Mohave County Polling Places

Allen Tempert, Elections Director
P.O. Box 7000
700 W. Beale Street
Kingman, AZ 86402-7000
Telephone: 928-753-0733
Fax: 928-718-4956

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FOR YOUR PRECINCT NUMBER, CALL 928-753-0767 or Search: Secretary of State Voter View


Precinct Name Location Address City
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Combined Poll Sites for Kingman City Election
District #1

17 & 18

  St. Mary Roman Catholic Parish Center 302 E Spring St Kingman City
District #2

38 & 58

  CHURCH OF CHRIST 1915 Robinson Ave Kingman City
District #3

15, 19 & 20

   MOOSE LODGE 302 Monroe Street Kingman City
District #4

16, 22 & 51

   ST. JOHNíS METHODIST CHURCH 1730 Kino Ave Kingman City
District #5

06 & 14

   FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH 1850 Gates Ave Kingman City
District #6


   NAZARENE CHURCH 4715 Stockton Hill Rd Kingman City



  1. Check your current address on your ID with the current address registered with Voter's Registrtion -- THEY MUST MATCH.
  2. Use BLACK or BLUE ink--not pencil, color crayons or other colored pens
  3. If you mis-mark your Ballot, request a new Ballot--do not put an X thru it, write 'no' or 'oops' and/or inital it. The voting machine can not read anything other then the bubble that is marked. Counting Boards can not interpret your intent--it is against the law!
  4. Your printed messages are misdirected--send them to your elected representatives. The Elections Department can not change the law nor do we write the laws.
  5. You must sign your Early Ballot affidavit exactly as you did when you registered to vote. (Check your registration card with your signature on it, make sure they match--if your signature has changed or you can no longer mark the ballot yourself, contact Voter Registration and they will gladly help you solve this problem.)
  6. Remember: Your signature on the affidavit envelope is your proof of ID and does not remain with the ballot once your signature has been identified as your's and not your neighbor's--your secrecy is not jeopardized. Don't sign the ballot itself!
  7. If you are mailing back your ballot, allow plenty of time for the mail to deliver it.
  8. No politcal material should be worn or taken to the polls with you--this is against the law.
  9. If you are going to the polling site, check to make sure you are listed in the correct precinct, find the correct location of your polling place, take your ID with you and announce your name to the poll workers at the ID table so they may begin processing your ballot request.
  10. If your ID does not match the Voter Registration Register, and you chose not to return home to get other forms of ID, then you will have to fill out a Provisional Ballot form so Voter Registration can verify your signature. Allow some extra time for this situation.
  11. If you need special assistance let the poll workers know so they can assist you.

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