Central Kenai Peninsula polling locations

  • Saturday, October 4, 2014 6:23pm
  • Opinion

Precinct name Polling place

Funny River No. 1 Funny River Community Center

Funny River No. 2 Assembly Chambers

Mackey Lake Borough Assembly Chambers

Nikiski Nikiski Community Center

Salamatof Nikiski Fire Station No. 1

Sterling No. 1 Sterling Community Center

Sterling No. 2 Sterling Community Center

Central Soldotna Sports Center

Kalifornsky Beach K-Beach Fire Station

Kenai No. 1 Old Kenai Mall

Kenai No. 2 Challenger Learning Center

Kenai No. 3 Kenai Senior Center

Soldotna Soldotna City Hall

Anchor Point Anchor Point Senior Center

Kasilof Kasilof Fire Station

Ninilchik Ninilchik Senior Center

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