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Information on Voter Registration, Early Voting

Election Information

You must be registered to vote in Arizona to be able to vote in municipal, State, and Federal elections; you will need to update your registration if you have moved or changed your name. If you register using the Federal form, you will only be eligible to vote in Federal elections.

For information on registering to vote, or to request an early ballot, contact the Yavapai County or Coconino County Elections Office, depending on the county in which you reside.

In Yavapai County - 928-639-5807 (Cottonwood Office)

In Coconino County - 928-679-7860 or 1-800-793-6181

Vote411.org Find the facts about voting in your state at Vote411.org. Before an election, find your polling place.

Register to Vote

Arizona ranks 45th among states in voter turnout -- we can do better! The website http://www.servicearizona.com is the easiest way to register to vote. If you are unsure as to your registration eligibility or the status of your registration, visit the website of the Arizona Secretary of State at http://www.azsos.gov.

It is up to you to keep your name, address, and party affiliation current on the voter registration rolls.

Alternatively, you may visit your county website at http://www.co.yavapai.az.us/electionsvr.aspx or at http://www.coconino.az.gov/elections, where you may register online.

Early Voting

You now have the option to be added to a list of Permanent Early Voters in Arizona. Registered voters who are on the list will automatically receive their ballot by mail, without having to call in to request one. To be placed on the list, you will need to contact your County Recorder to obtain a "Permanent Early Voting List Request Form," which must be filled out, signed, and returned to the Recorder's Office.