FRESNO, California (KGPE) – California is two days away from the Primary Election. In Fresno County, there are now 53 Vote Venters open for voters to cast their ballots ahead of Super Tuesday.
This March 3 is the Primary Election, here in Fresno County, if you haven’t filled out your ballot or are worried about the long lines now is the time to get it done early.
“I’m very happy to vote early and get it done and know that my votes in there before Tuesday,” Fresno voter, Sara Johantgen said.
Thanks to the Voters Choice Act, voters can now vote at their convenience and hassle-free at any of the new 53 Vote Centers.
“The old model you had one day to vote, I assigned you to a place and if you didn’t go to the right place, you didn’t get the right ballot and you had to vote provisionally, all that kind of goes away now, you walk into any Vote Center, it has all the technology and information as if it were my downtown office, we can look you up, we can straighten out any problems and print you your ballot,” said Brandi Orth the Fresno County Clerk and Registrar of Voters.
So far, Fresno County voters say they are liking the new system.
“I had missed the deadline so I was really happy to see that I could come down here and exchange my ballot so I can vote like I wanted,” Johantgen said.
In Fresno County, Orth says there are 471,000 registered voters. As of Saturday, she says 94,000 have cast their ballots.
Voters can vote by mailing in their ballots, dropping them off at one of these drop boxes or going to a Vote Center in person, you can even still register.
“Voting is a privilege and an honor and people should take advantage as U.S. Citizens,” Orth said.
At 8:00 PM sharp on Election Day, March 3, the drop boxes will be locked.
A listing of all Fresno County Vote Centers is provided below and may also be found online HERE.
A listing of all Fresno County drop box locations may be found online HERE.
All Fresno County election information maybe be found at http://votefresnocounty.com/
Vote Centers are listed alphabetically by City below. Additional language assistance is available at all sites.
Carmel Village at Clovis, 1650 Shaw Ave
Clovis Community College, 390 W Fir Ave
Valley Public Radio (KVPR), 2589 Alluvial Ave
Clovis City Utility Building, 1033 Fifth St
Independent Order of Odd Fellows, 2823 Helm Ave
Clovis East High School, 2940 Leonard Ave
Buchanan High School, 1560 N. Minnewawa Ave
Keck Community Center, 555 Monroe St
Firebaugh Senior Center, 1601 Thomas Conboy Ave
Fowler Branch Library, 306 S 7thSt
Mosqueda Community Center, 4670 E Butler Ave
Romain Park, 745 N First St
Betty Rodriguez Library, 3040 N. Cedar
Valley Dream Center, 1835 N. Winery Ave.
Guarantee Real Estate, 5210 N. Palm Ave.
Hamilton School Gm, 102 E. Clinton Ave.
Fresno City College, 1101 E University Ave
Aspen Valley Prep Academy, 4221 N Hughes Ave
West Fresno Regional/Library Building, 142 E. California Ave.
CPDES Hall (Easton Portuguese Hall), 172 W Jefferson Ave
Terraces at San Joaquin Gardens, 5555 N Fresno St
Fresno State University, Student Recreation Center East Gym, next to Save Mart Center
5010 N Woodrow Ave
Fig Garden Branch Library, 3071 W Bullard Ave
Westmont of Fresno (Cottonwood Court), 7442 N Millbrook Ave
National University, 20 E River Park Pl W
Woodward Park Regional Library, 944 E Perrin Ave
Inspiration Park, 5770 W Gettysburg Ave
Central California Blood Center Jenny Eller Donor Center, 4343 W Herndon Ave
Central Valley Regional Center, 4615 N Marty Ave
Fire Station #16, 2510 N Polk Ave
Hanh Phan Tilley Elementary School, 2280 N Valentine Ave
*Fresno 93725 NEW LOCATION
Cedar Courts, 4430 E. Hamilton
Health and Wellness Center, 1925 E. Dakota Ave
California Armenian Home, 6694 E Kings Canyon Rd
Melody Park, 5935 E Shields Ave
Sunnyside Library, 5566 E Kings Canyon Rd
Fresno Metropolitan Flood Control District, 5469 E Olive Ave
Ted C Wills Community Center, 770 N San Pablo Ave
Clovis Community College (Willow), Academic Center 1, Room 193
10309 N Willow Ave
John Palacios Community Center, 16846 4th St
Kerman Community/Teen Center, 15101 W Kearney Blvd
Kingsburg Train Depot, 1465 California St
Mendota Branch Library, 1246 Belmont Ave
Orange Cove 93646
Orange Cove Library, 815 Park Blvd
Parlier Community Center, 1100 E Parlier Ave
Pinedale Community Center, 7170 N San Pablo Ave
Reedley Community Center, 100 N East Ave
Riverdale Unified District Office, 3160 W Mt Whitney Ave
Sanger Community Center, 730 Recreation Ave
San Joaquin 93660
Leo Cantu Community Center, 22058 Railroad St
Selma Neighborhood Resource Center, 1940 E Front St Suite 102
Squaw Valley 93675
Bear Mtn Library & Activity Center, 30733 E Kings Canyon Rd
Sierra Oaks Senior & Community Center, 33276 Lodge Rd
For more information, voters may go to the Fresno County Elections website at http://votefresnocounty.com/
or call (559) 600-VOTE or (559) 600-8683.