Voters will head to the polls tomorrow to cast their ballots for the primary election.
Acting Secretary of State Leigh Chapman is offering a few reminders for voters that will go in-person to precincts vote.
“Voters can find their polling place on our website. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. in all counties. If voters are in line by 8 p.m., they should stay in line. They will be able to vote,” Chapman said. “Voters who received a mail-in ballot but decide they want to vote in-person on Election Day, they can do so if they bring their unvoted mail ballot packet including both envelopes to their polling place to be voided.”
Chapman also reminds voters that this is a closed primary, so Republicans and Democrats will be voting in races for their parties only.