In order to follow best practices and at the advisement of the AZDP and health officials we are closing the Yavapai Democratic Party Office until further notice.
Providing you with up to date and accurate information is of paramount importance to us and rest assured we are working tirelessly to make sure that our Democratic nominee defeats Donald Trump in November.
Protocols are being established to increase email and mail outreach to insure you have all the information you need to make informed choices during this public health situation and throughout the entire election season.
We encourage you to follow the guidelines established
by the Arizona Dept of Health.
During Election Day we will be available to answer your questions. Call 928-541-0413
Please feel free to contact us anytime if you have concerns or questions.
Call: 928-541-0413 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stay home if you can, stay safe and be well.
all of us at Yavapai County Democratic Party
Today is the last day to vote EARLY in person.
Visit these Early Voting Centers today!
Yavapai County Recorders Office:
1015 Fair Street, Prescott
10 S. Main Street, Cottonwood
8-1 and 2-5pm
Call 928-771-3248 for more information
For more voter information
Visit our Vote/ Register page on our website.
Download and Print out Voter Poll Guide
Drop your Early Ballot
Deadline: March 17 • 7pm
- Prescott County Admin Building – 1015 Fair St
- Prescott Valley Town Hall – 7501 E. Civic Circle
- Camp Verde Town Hall – 473 S. Main St.
- Camp Verde Yavapai-Apache Nation – 3462 Smith Ave.
- Clarkdale Town Hall – 38 N. 9th St.
- Cottonwood County Admin Bldg – 10 S. 6th St.
- Jerome Town Hall – 600 Clark St.
- Paulden Public Library – 16 Big Chino Rd
- Sedona City Hall -102 Roadrunner Dr.
- Skull Valley – U.S. Post Office – 3085 S. Iron Springs Rd.
- Spring Valley Public Library – 17320 E. Mule Deer Rd.
Election Day March 17
Rest assured protocols will be in place to assure
the Vote Centers are safe.
Election officials and poll workers will be sanitizing the all polling equipment and observing the 6′ limit between voters in waiting lines.
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