Early Ballot Info – Presidential Preference Election

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Early Ballot Information pertaining to the Presidential Preference Election 

March 17, 2020

Early Ballots began arriving in mailboxes on Feb 19th.

If you signed up for an early ballot and have not received it please contact:
Secretary of States Office

Election & Voter Information
Phone: Elections Services: 602-542-8683 Toll-free in Arizona: 1-877-THE VOTE

Request an Early Ballot by Mail – Deadline March 6th

Going to be away for the March 17th election?
Request an Absentee Ballot
Remember Absentee Ballots must be received by March 17th.  

Important Dates to Remember

Important information regarding candidates on the Early Ballot

The Early Ballots were printed by the Secretary of State’s office in December of 2019.  Since that time several candidates have dropped from the race.

Even though a candidate has suspended their campaign or formally withdrawn, the names below will still appear on the ballot

Below you will find a list of candidates that are listed on your ballot that are no longer running for office.

  • Deval Patrick
  • Michael Bennet 
  • Andrew Yang
  • John Delaney 
  • Marianne Williamson
  • Cory Booker 
  • Julián Castro

Print this Voter Guide and take it with you to the polls or share with a friend
Download – Printable Voter Poll Guide Here

Didn’t get your ballot in the mail in time?  No worries!

You may vote your early ballot the day of the election, March 17th.

Simply stop by any polling center in Yavapai county and drop your ballot in the ballot box. 

Early Ballot Voters are not required to sign in or wait in line.

The Poll Center Marshal will direct you to the Ballot box where you may cast your ballot.

It’s That Easy!

Remember to Vote
Sign up for voting reminders

You have the right to vote. If anyone tries to stop you, call the Election Protection Hotline at  1-866-687-8683.

Here is a handy guide to voter rights

Visit our website for up to date information during the election season

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