Polling Places Named For Nov. 6 County Election

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The voter information materials received for the Nov. 6 election on the justice and jail facilities include your precinct number in the mailing information.

The booklets also have the polling places listed.

If you need to know the name of your precinct, you can contact the Gila County Recorder by calling 472-5340 or drop by the recorder's Payson office at 201 W. Frontier.

Payson has eight precincts. Polling places are as follows:

  • No. 1, Community Presbyter-ian Church, 800 W. Main
  • No. 2, St. Philip's Catholic Church, 511 S. St. Phillips St.
  • No. 3, First Southern Baptist Church, corner of W. Bonita and Colcord
  • No. 4, Best Western Payson Inn, 801 N. Beeline Hwy.
  • No. 5, Church of the Nazarene, 200 E. Tyler Parkway
  • No. 6, Mount Cross Lutheran Church, 601 E. Hwy. 260
  • No. 7, Rim Valley Church of God, 208 S. McLane
  • No. 8, Payson Public Library, 328 N. McLane
  • The Pine-Strawberry precinct poll is at the First Baptist Church in Pine, 4039 N. Hwy. 87. Star Valley precinct voters cast ballots at the Star Valley Baptist Church, on Hwy. 260 in Star Valley.
  • Tonto Basin voters go the Tonto Basin Chamber of Commerce.
  • Residents of the Whispering Pines precinct vote at the Whispering Pines Fire Station, 2603 N. Houston Mesa Road.
  • Voters in the Zane Grey precinct will cast ballots at the Christopher Creek Bible Fellowship Church, Hwy. 260 in Christopher Creek.

The polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.

To cast a vote at the polls, residents must present either a single piece of photo identification or two forms of non-photo identification. This identification must be presented in order to receive a ballot.

Photo identification may be: a valid Arizona driver license, a valid Arizona non-operating identification license, a tribal enrollment card or other form of tribal identification or a valid United States federal, state or local government issued identification.

Non-photo identification may be: a utility bill, issued within the last 90 days, showing the elector's address; a bank or credit unions statement dated within 90 days of the election; valid Arizona vehicle registration; Indian census card; property tax statement of the elector's residence; vehicle insurance card; Recorder's certificate; valid government issued identification, which may include a voter registration card issued by the county recorder.

Early/absentee ballots may be voted prior to the election at either the Payson or Globe office of the county recorder. The Payson office is at 201 W. Frontier, the Globe office is at 1400 E. Ash Street, Globe. Those wishing to vote an early/absentee ballot may do so between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday until the close of business Friday, Nov. 2. Early/absentee ballots voted by mail must be received by the county recorder or at a polling place by 7 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 6.

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