Voting is as EASY as 1 … 2 … 3

MAKE A PLAN TO VOTE !  IT’S AS EASY AS  1 – 2 – 3

These are challenging and troubling times, but you can be a voice for change.  With timely action you can vote in a way that will allow you to be heard without sacrificing your health.  Make your plan now!  Find details on each step below. 

  • CHECK YOUR REGISTRATION

  • PLAN YOUR VOTING METHOD

  • VOTE

CHECK YOUR REGISTRATION – UPDATE OR REGISTER NEW

Check your registration at My.Arizona.Vote Can’t find your registration on file?

  • Call 1-877-THEVOTE for Sec of State Election Services or your county recorder’s office

 Need to make changes or get on the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL)?

  • Go to ServiceArizona.com – to update your information or
  • Print and mail a registration form, or PEVL request

 New Registration

  • With valid Driver’s License – online at ServiceArizona
  • With other proof – print form and mail with copy of proof. Check Sec of State website
  • scroll to popular questions – scroll to “What forms are required to prove citizenship
  • when registering to vote?”
  • Be sure to indicate you want to be on the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL)

Requirements to Register

  • Be a US citizen
  • Be a resident of Arizona and the county listed on your registration
  • Be 18 or older on or before the day of the next regular General Election

DO THIS NOW, TODAY – DON’T WAIT!!
Final deadline to Register FOR NOVEMBER Election is OCTOBER 5th

my.arizona.vote | Search registration, ballot status, get on the PEVL and more

Service Arizona | AZ Motor Vehicle Site – register to vote, or change address

AZ Sec. of State | Election information page with detailed information on voting and elections

If you have recently moved within Arizona you must update your registration. 

PLAN YOUR VOTING METHOD

By Mail

  • On the PEVL – Ballot will be mailed to you starting Oct 7
  • NOTE – post office does not forward the PEVL, if you will be away, you can have your PEVL ballot mailed to your temporary address (does not change your PEVL status or address for future elections) – call your recorder
  • By single request – call your recorder for a ballot to be mailed to you – Last day to do this is Oct 23 – but don’t delay – mail may be slow!!! VOTE

Early in Person

  • Up to Friday before election – check County Recorder’s office for locations, days and times – some offices not open Friday. See below for addresses.

Ballot Drop Box

  • You may deposit your ballot in a Ballot Drop Box beginning October 7. They are secure and easy.

In Person at the Polls

  • Some counties have voting centers – any voter can go to any center
  • Some counties have specific polling places for your address
  • Find your polling place at My.Arizona.Vote
  • You can check that your ballot has been received and counted at: my.arizona.vote

VOTE

By Mail

  • Read the ballot instructions and follow them carefully!
  • Sign the Affidavit envelope – use the name on your driver’s license or registration card
  • Mail early – really! By Oct 20 (two weeks out to be safe)
  • You may also turn in your sealed, signed ballot at your polling place on election day, until 7PM​​

Early in Person

  • Confirm the days and hours and go! Follow basic safety – wear a mask, take your own pen, be prepared. See sites below.
  • Early voting will cut down on crowds at polls.
  • Ballot Drop box: The box at Sedona City Hall is for both Yavapai and Coconino counties. There is one at the Yavapai County Bldg. in Cottonwood for Yavapai.
  • Check County Recorder’s offices (see below) for updated drop box information.

At the Polls

  • Confirm your polling site and go! Follow basic safety – wear a mask, take your own pen, wash your hands, be prepared.
  • Polls close at 7 PM. You must be in line by 7 PM – but why wait – go early!

EARLY VOTING SITES

For local Yavapai County residents:
Yavapai County Cottonwood Annex
10 South 6th Street, Cottonwood
Mon – Fri 8 AM – 1 PM, 2 PM – 5 PM
(928) 639-5807

Days and hours for these sites may be impacted by COVID-19 – Call ahead to confirm

 

Days and hours for these sites may be impacted by COVID-19 – Call ahead to confirm

LOCAL YAVAPAI VOTING CENTERS – YAVAPAI VOTERS CAN USE ANY CENTER

Sedona Elks Lodge – 110 Airport Rd, Sedona
VOCA Community Center – 690 Bell Rock Blvd, VOC
Immaculate Conception Church – 700 N Bill Gray Rd, Cottonwood
Yavapai County Cottonwood Annex – 10 S. 6th St, Cottonwood
Clarkdale Memorial Clubhouse – 19 N Ninth St, Clarkdale
Camp Verde Community Library – 130 N Black Bridge Rd, Camp Verde
Beaver Creek Adult Center – 4250 E Zuni Way, Rimrock

LOCAL COUNTY RECORDER OFFICES – YAVAPAI COUNTY

​COTTONWOOD OFFICE
10 S. 6th St, Cottonwood, AZ 86326
Phone: (928) 639-5807

PRESCOTT OFFICE
1015 Fair Street, Room 228, Prescott AZ 86305
Phone: (928) 771-3244
Printable PEVL request form


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