A sign shows people where to vote on Aug. 21, 2018, at the Homer Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center in Homer, Alaska. (Photo by Michael Armstrong/Homer News)

A sign shows people where to vote on Aug. 21, 2018, at the Homer Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center in Homer, Alaska. (Photo by Michael Armstrong/Homer News)

Where to vote

Find your polling place

District 29

Precinct 100 (Bear Creek): Bear Creek Fire Hall, 13105 Seward Highway, Seward

Precinct 110 (Cooper Landing): Cooper Landing Community Hall, Bean Creek Road, Cooper Landing

Precinct 115 (Funny River No. 1) : Funny River Community Center, 35850 Pioneer Access, Soldotna

Precinct 120 (Hope): Hope Retreat Center, A Ave., Hope

Precinct 130 (Mackey Lake): Soldotna Prep School, 426 W Redoubt Ave., Soldotna

Precinct 140 (Moose Pass): Moose Pass Community Hall, mile 29.5 Seward Highway, Moose Pass

Precinct 150 (Nikiski): Nikiski Community Rec Center, 50097 Kenai Spur Highway, Nikiski

Precinct 160 (Salamatof): Nikiski Community Rec Center, 50097 Kenai Spur Highway, Nikiski

Precinct 170 (Seward/Lowell Point): Seward City Hall, 410 S Adams St., Seward

Precinct 180 (Sterling No. 1): Sterling Community Center, 35040 Sterling Highway Mile 83.5, Sterling

Precinct 190 (Sterling No. 2): Sterling Community Center, 35040 Sterling Highway Mile 83.5, Sterling

District 30

Precinct 200 (Central): Soldotna Sports Center, 538 Arena Ave., Soldotna

Precinct 210 (K-Beach): Soldotna Sports Center, 538 Arena Ave., Soldotna

Precinct 220 (Kenai No. 1): Kenai Mall, 11312 Kenai Spur Highway, Kenai

Precinct 230 (Kenai No. 2): Challenger Learning Center, 97111 Kenai Spur Highway, Kenai

Precinct 240 (Kenai No. 3): Kenai Mall, 11312 Kenai Spur Highway, Kenai

Precinct 250 (Soldotna): Soldotna Public Library, 235 N Binkley St., Soldotna

District 31

Precinct 300 (Anchor Point): Anchor Point Senior Center, Mile .25 Milo Fritz Ave., Anchor Point

Precinct 310 (Diamond Ridge): Homer Chamber of Commerce, 201 Sterling Highway, Homer

Precinct 320 (Fox River): Kachemak Emergency Services, 53048 Ashwood Ave., Homer

Precinct 340 (Funny River No. 2): Soldotna Prep School, 426 W Redoubt Ave., Soldotna

Precinct 350 (Homer No. 1): Homer City Council Chambers, 491 E Pioneer Ave., Homer

Precinct 360 (Homer No. 2): Homer United Methodist Church, 770 East End Rd., Homer

Precinct 370 (Kachemak/Fritz Creek): Kachemak Community Center, 59906 Bear Creek Drive, Homer

Precinct 380 (Kasilof): Soldotna Prep School, 426 W Redoubt Ave., Soldotna

Precinct 390 (Ninilchik): Kenai Fairgrounds Community Room, 16200 Sterling Highway, Ninilchik

Polling locations will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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