Pre-Election Announcement from Prescott Indivisible

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Prescott Indivisible is a non-partisan community which seeks to promote a progressive and inclusive agenda in support of human rights and the environment.


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Pre-Election Day Special Announcement

TODAY… Oct 30 at 5 pm is the deadline to
Vote Early In-Person

(If you can’t make it see “Emergency Early Voting” below)

VOTE EARLY IN-PERSON at these locations:
Prescott Recorders Office – 1015 Fair Street
Cottonwood Recorders Office – 10 S. 6th St

Find Out What’s on Your Ballot:
You are permitted to bring any information you need to help you vote.
You can preview what’s on your ballot here
Or print a sample ballot to take to the polls with you here:
Download and PrintSample Collated Ballot for Yavapai County

Emergency Early Voting Period: Monday, Nov 2, 8am – 5pm

Early Voters who can’t for unforeseen circumstances
vote early in-person by Oct 30 at 5pm 
OR can’t vote on Nov 3
may vote in-person on Nov 2 from 8am – 5pm.

You will be required to sign an affidavit (this is federal law),
BUT, not be required to give a reason why.

Emergency Early Voting Locations:
Prescott Recorders Office – 1015 Fair St
Cottonwood Recorders Office – 10 S. 6th St.

Protect The Results!

What happens if Trump does not accept the presidential election results?

Indivisible is partnering with over 100 organizations and we have contingency plans to make sure Trump doesn’t steal the election. The first step is go to, put in your zip code, then RSVP to the Prescott event. We will be presenting action items as events unfold.

Please sign up NOW to stay informed. 

Post Election
Open House Office Hours With Prescott Indivisible

Wednesday, November 4, 3-5 pm and Friday, November 6, 3-5 pm
 Drop in any time– for connections, rumor control,
questions, analysis, sharing, de-briefing

Register in advance for this meeting HERE
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Prescott Indivisible General Meeting

Thursday, November 5, 6 pm

Register in advance for this meeting: CLICK HERE

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

You’re invited to join the Yavapai Democrats 
Election 2020 Virtual Watch Party
November 3, 8:00pm

Join Zoom Meeting using this link:


Also, find the zoom link on our website

Know Your Voter Rights.

  • No one can deny your right to vote.
  • You don’t have to speak English to vote.
  • Not in the poll book? Ask to vote a provisional ballot 
  • You can have a person of your choice help you vote 
  • If you are in line when the polls close you have the right to vote 
  • Only offical election officials may speak to you in the vote center 
  • You have the right to ask for help with your ballot
    Voter intimidation is a federal crime.

See it – Report it!  928-771-3250

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Prescott Indivisible was founded in 2017, when Paul Hamilton and Nicole Romine put an ad in the local paper, requesting local progressives to show up at the library. Over 100 people lined up. In short order, we had formed a local chapter of the national Indivisible movement. Within six months we adopted a set of Guidelines that sets the framework in which we work, designed a logo and printed and sold t-shirts. Our mailing list quickly expanded from 100 to over 1,200. We usually have 100 or more attend our general monthly meetings.

Prescott Indivisible has a strong track record of activism. We adopted the team concept: Communication/Events; Voter Education and Elections; Education; Environment; Human Rights; Immigration and Peacekeepers to assist with safely issues. Initially we had a steering committee that consisted of volunteers. After our guidelines were adopted, the steering committee is made up of elected officers and members at large and the heads of the various teams, or their designees. A diverse group of community activists, social justice advocates and others that have volunteer ties to non-profits and religious organizations, the steering committee assists the teams when asked and sets the agendas.

Our teams and their members have worked diligently to make their voices heard. We have made thousands of calls, mailed hundreds of postcards to our legislators in Arizona and in congress. We have collaborated with like-minded organizations to advocate for issues of crucial importance to Arizona and the nation.

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