Arizona Voter Registration Extended to Oct 23

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Yavapai Democrats

In an October surprise, a federal judge extended Arizona’s voter registration deadline from Oct. 5 to Oct. 23. 

The news came with mere hours of today’s original deadline for Arizonans to register or update their registration. The court’s ruling gives Arizonans another 18 days to register. 

Progressive groups Mi Familia Vota and Arizona Coalition for Change sued Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, a Democrat, in a last-ditch effort to postpone Arizona’s Oct. 5 voter registration deadline, citing difficulties registering voters during the COVID-19 pandemic.

In his ruling, U.S. District Court Judge Steven Logan told Hobb’s office to direct county recorders to accept all voter registrations received by 5 p.m. on Oct. 23. Read more here:

The Yavapai County Democratic Party will be giving out voter registration forms at the Office Wed 2-4pm and Sat 12:30pm.

Key Voting Dates

In Person Early Voting Begins: Oct 7

Mail in or Drop Off Ballot: Oct 16 Although not a deadline it is strongly encouraged

Last Day to Request an Early Ballot: Oct 23

Last Day of In Person Early Voting: Oct 30

Election Day: Nov 3

You can register online HERE

We strongly recommend you vote your ballot promptly and mail it or drop in an official ballot drop box by October 16.

If you have not received your ballot by Oct 12 please call 928-771-3250

Did you know that early ballots are first to be counted?

Did you know unsigned ballots are the leading reason ballots are rejected? 
Be sure to sign your affidavit envelope!

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Official Ballot Drop Locations AZ

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