Your voter safety is our first concern! VOTE-BY-MAIL!

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Dear Yavapai Democrat,

As we enter the third month of social distancing during this global pandemic, the board of the Yavapai County Democratic Party (YCDP) wants to hear from you.

Please take this survey containing questions on your well being, concerns, and comments.

We are working hard to ensure victory in November, training field workers, doing virtual canvassing and signing up Precinct Committee people to help prepare for a coordinated campaign

We are excited to share breaking news! 
Thanks to a generous private out-of-state donation of $1.8 million to the Arizona Democratic Party, letters with PEVL forms and return-postage envelopes went out this week to over 400,000 Arizona residents not signed up for Early Voting! This amazing gift will help tremendously in ensuring the coming elections are safe. We are grateful and inspired by it, and hope you are too!

Because of the pandemic, our most pressing endeavor is the VOTE SAFE initiative to ensure people who aren’t already receiving a Ballot-by-Mail, directed by the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL), sign up so that they are certain to vote in the August 4 primary and November 3rd general elections. We will be doing followup phone calls to confirm that voters have received their forms and assist them as needed. 
It is crucial to take these steps now, in case a resurgence of the virus makes it difficult or dangerous to vote at a polling station. 

It is important that you take these steps to ensure you can vote!

1. Check Your Voter Registration

2. If you need to change your address, visit:
    AZ MVD NOW  (You will be asked to create an
     account to secure your information.)

3. Sign up for early Ballot-by-Mail (PEVL) request an early ballot


4. Download the PEVL Form and mail it to: 

Yavapai County Voter Registration
1015 Fair Street, Room #228
Prescott, AZ 86305‐1807

If you want a safe election in November with All-Mail Voting, contact Governor Ducey: 
Call: 602-542-4331
Tweet Gov. Ducey @dougducey 
Email Gov. Ducey

For your safety and that of our volunteers, YCDP monthly meetings are being held virtually on Zoom. Visit for links to these meetings. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for up-to-date information. Our next fundraising event will be an exciting evening of speakers and cultural entertainment.Please mark your calendar on June 11 for this event, which you can attend from home! Look for more information soon!

Your participation in getting out the vote, supporting candidates, supporting the party, and participating in democracy are critical. Yavapai County Democrats have hired a new intern to help digitally coordinate our volunteer efforts to support County campaigns. 

If you’d like to be part of the effort to help Democrats win in Yavapai County, please contact: 
Madison Lisle: 773-956-1302,
Madison will coordinate with the local campaigns and with Sam Knapp from Mission for Arizona on the statewide effort.

We still have much to accomplish, and your generous contribution now will fund voter outreach and ensure our 2020 election is safe and secure! Please give now!

Thank you for helping Turn Arizona Blue!

Your Yavapai County Democratic Party

Please consider a donation of $20.20 for 2020 to support Democracy!

To donate by mail, please make check payable to YCDP.
Mail to:
PO Box 1644
Prescott, AZ 86302

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