Vote by Mail Day!

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Today, July 28th is National Vote-By-Mail Day! We’re celebrating this as another milestone on our road to Election Day in November, with only 98 days until ballots are cast.

Do you still have an early ballot for the upcoming August 4th Primary Election? 

Mail it by July Wednesday, July 29.

You may vote early in person until 5:00 pm  Friday, July 31.

Vote at the Recorder’s Office office atPrescott -1015 Fair St, Room 228, PrescottCottonwood – 10  South 6th StreetDrop your early ballot any of these secure official ballot box locations:Prescott County Admin Building – 1015 Fair StPrescott Valley Town Hall – 7501 E. Civic CircleCamp Verde Town Hall – 473 S. Main St.Camp Verde Yavapai-Apache Nation – 3462 Smith Ave.Chino Valley –  Town Hall -202 Ste Route 89AClarkdale Town Hall – 38 N. 9th St.Cottonwood County Admin Bldg – 10 S. 6th St.Dewey-Humbolt Town Hall – 2735 S. Hwy 69Jerome Town Hall – 600 Clark St.Paulden Public Library – 16 Big Chino RdSedona 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 in-person voting is 6am – 7pm August 4
If you are registered to vote in Yavapai County you
may vote in any polling station in the county.
find polling stations here:

Did you know?
Signing up for the Permanent Early Voter list is the easiest and safest way to vote.

You may signup at any time, there is no deadline. 
To receive your permanent early ballot for the November 3 General Election and all future elections you eligible to vote in sign up here:
PEVL signup

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