General Election: Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Voter registration deadline: October 9, 2018
Early voting begins and vote by mail ballots are sent: October 10
Last Day to Request an Early Ballot by Mail: October 26
Last Day to Mail a Ballot: October 29
Last Day to Vote Early in Person: November 2
General Election Day: November 6, 2018

Attention: While you may register to vote online if you have an Arizona Drivers License, you may not vote online. All voting takes place on an official Ballot by Mail or at an official polling place.

Ballots by Mail will be mailed to those who have requested to be on the Permanent Early Voting List

  • Early voting for the General Election starts on Wednesday, October 10.  On that date, the Coconino County Elections office will mail early ballots to voters on the permanent early voting list (PEVL).  (Attn. Youngsters: This is real mail, not email!)
  • Last day to mail your ballot is October 29; after that, take it to one of the polling locations. Mailed ballots must arrive at the Elections Office no later than November 6

Early Voting in Person:

  • Early Voting is available in person at several locations throughout the county starting Oct 10.  You may see the list of early voting locations and their office hours here:  Early Voting Sites.
  • Saturday Early Voting: Early voting is generally available only during regular business hours Monday-Friday; however on October 27, early in-person voting will be available from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at three sites:
    • Main Elections Office at 110 E. Cherry in downtown Flagstaff
    • Flagstaff Mall next to J.C. Penny’s
    • Tuba City Branch Office at 78 Main Street in Tuba City

November 6 Voting: All voters may vote at their precinct polling places on November 6 or at one of the three Vote Centers in the County.

  • Precinct polling place addresses are here:  Precinct Polling Places.
  • Vote Centers are open to any voter registered in Coconino County and these centers are at the Flagstaff Mall, at Tuba City High School, and at the NAU Skydome.

If you chose to vote in person in Arizona (instead of by mail), you must present valid identification at the polling place. Typically, this will be a driver’s license or tribal enrollment card. Here is the full list of acceptable voter identification.


Update your voter registration!

Any voter whose name, party affiliation, or address changes must register again to update those changes.
Any voter must be registered at their correct address 29 days before an election.

Please check your registration. If your registration online is not accurate or if you have not received a voter registration card in the mail since your last registration change, please contact the County Elections Office immediately.

110 E. Cherry Ave.
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Ph: 928-679-7860

78 Main St.
Tuba City, AZ 86045
Ph: 928-283-6144

Toll-Free: 800-793-6181
Fax: 928-213-9241

Hours
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

and

Flagstaff Mall next to J.C. Penny’s

Hours
Monday – Friday
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM


Signup for the growing trend: Permanent Early Voting

Even if you like to go to the polls on Election Day, it’s useful to have your ballot mailed to you in advance. You can review it before you go to the polls, complete it at home, and drop the ballot at your polling place without waiting in line (and without presenting your identification). If you choose to vote by mail, plan to drop your ballot in the mail no later than six days before the election to assure its delivery. You can also drop it at the County Elections Office or a few other convenient locations around the county.


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