What You Need to Know to VOTE Nov 3

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Election Day is November 3 
The polls open at 6am and close at 7pm

If you are voting in-person remember, most of Yavapai County does not have a mask mandate so protect yourself and others, WEAR A MASK.Please review the CDC’s recommendations for voters.

You may vote in any polling place in Yavapai County.
Find the closest polling place here

Emergency Early Voting Period. Monday, Nov 2 – 8am – 5pm.
Early Voters who could not 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.

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

Voting will be available on Monday, Nov 2 – 8am -5pm at:
Prescott Recorders Office – 1015 Fair St
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 Print –Sample Collated Ballot for Yavapai County

Voter ID Requirements:If you are voting in person in Arizona, you must present an acceptable form of ID at the time you vote. This is usually a Driver’s License.

Here is a list of requirements:
If you are voting in person in Arizona, you must present an acceptable form of ID at the time you vote. Acceptable forms of ID include one of the following

Option 1: photo IDs with your name and address:

  • Valid Arizona driver’s license
  • Valid Arizona non-operating identification license
  • Tribal enrollment card or other form of tribal identification
  • Valid US federal, state, or local government issued identification

If you don’t have a photo ID with your name and address you have 2 other options:

Option 2: You can provide any 2 of the following forms of non-photo ID so long as they both have your name and address:

  • Utility bill, such as for electric, gas, water, solid waste, sewer, telephone, cellular phone, or cable television
  • Bank or credit union statement dated within 90 days of the election date
  • Valid Arizona vehicle registration
  • Indian census card
  • Property tax statement of the elector’s residence
  • Tribal enrollment card or other form of tribal identification
  • Arizona vehicle insurance card
  • Recorder’s Certificate
  • Valid US federal, state, or local government issued identification, including a voter registration card issued by the County Recorder
  • Any mailing to the elector marked “Official Election Material”

Option 3: You can provide any of the following in combination:

  • Any valid photo identification from Option 1 in which the address does not match your registration address, accompanied by a non-photo identification from Option 2 in which the address does match your registration address
  • US Passport without address and one valid item from Option 2
  • US Military identification without address and one valid item from Option 2

If You Have Any Problems Voting:
Contact your local Yavapai County Elections Office first. 928-771-3250   

If You Have Other Questions About Voting:

The best source of information is always your
Yavapai County Elections Office – 928-771-3250

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