While the midterm elections are underway, local polls are open

YUMA, Ariz., (KYMA, KECY) – Polls are now open and doors will be open to voters from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Votes cast today will focus on key races across Yuma, Imperial County and the states of Arizona and California – from governor to state representatives to some proposition votes.

Some places throughout Yuma to be aware of:

Yuma Civic Center

MLK Center on 13th Ave in Yuma

Yuma Main Library off Drive 21

Arizona Western College

St. John Neumann Catholic Church in the foothills

AWC Wellton Training Center in Wellton

Somerton Community Centre

Cesar Chavez Cultural Center in San Luis

Remember, voters must be in line by 7pm to vote, and if you still have a ballot, make sure you send it in by 7pm tonight so it can be counted.

Don’t put it in the mail because it won’t arrive on time.

There’s a steady flow of people in downtown Yuma early in the morning – many standing outside before the doors open as early as 5:45am.

When we spoke with the County Recorder last week, he told us there is already early voter turnout — so we don’t know how long those lines will be, but the county says it’s ready.

Be sure to stay tuned to kyma.com throughout the day and tune in for the latest results for Nightside.

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