California primary election: Where you can go to vote in the Central Valley

Here is a list of locations in different counties across the Central Valley.
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Voters across California will soon get to cast their ballots in the state's primary election on June 7.

On Election Day, all voting centers in the state will be open from 7 am to 8 pm, and all ballot boxes will be open through 8 pm.

Voters planning to vote by mail during the primary election will need to register to receive a ballot in their mailbox by Monday, May 23.

If you miss that deadline, you can still vote in person at any voting center on Election Day.

Here is a list of locations in different counties across the Central Valley.

FRESNO COUNTY


For a list of voting centers and dropbox locations in Fresno County, click here.

TULARE COUNTY



For a list of voting centers and dropbox locations in Tulare County, click here.

MERCED COUNTY


For a list of voting centers and dropbox locations in Merced County, click here.

MADERA COUNTY


For a list of voting centers and dropbox locations in Madera County, click here.

KINGS COUNTY


For a list of voting centers and dropbox locations in Kings County, click here.

MARIPOSA COUNTY


For a list of voting centers and dropbox locations in Mairposa County County, click here.

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