Coconino County voters that may have health concerns or worry about contracting the COVID 19 coronavirus can participate in emergency early voting at several locations across the county on Saturday, August 1 and Monday, August 3.
Voters taking advantage of emergency early voting will be required to complete a form stating that they have an emergency and need to vote an emergency early ballot. They do not need to disclose the specifics of their emergency. “Voters that want to avoid being around large groups of people are considered to have an unforeseen emergency and will be allowed to vote on Saturday and Monday,” said Coconino County Recorder Patty Hansen.
Voters are required to wear a face mask and should bring their own ink pen. The Elections Office has trained the election workers at the early voting locations on the necessary precautions and guidelines to follow, as well as providing each voting location disinfectant materials, to ensure that our workers and voters are safe and comfortable when they vote.
Voters with non-health related emergencies, such as having to go out of town on Election Day, can also vote at the emergency early voting locations.
Voted early ballots may be dropped off at any of the emergency early voting locations prior to Election Day, or at any polling place or vote center on Election Day, or in a ballot dropbox. Here is a list of ballot drop boxes throughout the county. DO NOT MAIL your ballot — it will not arrive at the Elections Office by the 7 pm Tuesday deadline.
Early voters should remember to sign their early ballot envelope. Early ballots returned without a signature cannot be processed and counted. Signature verification is used to prevent fraud.
All voted early ballots must be received by 7 pm Election Day. Ballots received after this deadline will not be counted.
Emergency early voting locations for Saturday and Monday and times are listed below:
|Location||Early Ballot Precincts Voting at Location|
|Coconino County Elections OfficeEastside Office – Flagstaff Mall4650 N. US Highway 89, FlagstaffNext to Dillard’s(Saturday noon to 7 pm &Monday noon to 5 pm)||All Precincts|
|Coconino County Elections OfficeDrive-up service window2304 N. 3rd St, Flagstaff(Saturday 8 am to 1 pm & Monday 8 am to 5 pm)||All Precincts|
|City of Flagstaff Hall west parking lot211 W Aspen Avenue, FlagstaffDrive through service only(Saturday 9 am to 1 pm)||All Precincts|
|Tuba City Elections OfficeMain StreetTuba City, AZ(Saturday & Monday 8 am to noon Local Time)||Bodaway 42, Cameron 43, Coppermine 47, Coalmine 48, Inscription House 61, Kaibeto 65, Lechee 67, Leupp 69, Moenkopi 70, Navajo Mountain 71, Tolani Lake 88, Tonalea 90, Tuba City Northeast 93, Tuba City Northwest 94 & Tuba City South 95|
|Williams City Hall113 S. 1st StWilliams, AZ(Monday 7:30 am – 5 pm)||Kaibab North 64, Kaibab West 66, Parks 79, Williams Northside 98 & Williams Southside 99|
|Sedona City Hall102 Roadrunner DrSedona, AZ(Monday 8 am – noon)||Sedona North 82 & Sedona South 83|
|Page City Hall697 Vista AvePage, AZ(Monday by appointment only – call 928- 645-4221)||Page Central 72, Page East 73, Page South 74, Page West 75, Lechee 67, Bodaway 42, Coppermine 47, Inscription House 61, Kaibeto 65 & Navajo Mountain 71|
|Fredonia Town Hall25 N. Main StFredonia, AZ(Monday 7:30 am – 5 pm)||Fredonia 58|
|Grand Canyon SchoolsSuperintendent’s OfficeGrand Canyon National Park1 Boulder StGrand Canyon, AZ(Monday by appointment only – call 928- 607-6931)||Grand Canyon 59 & Tusayan 97|
For more information contact – Patty Hansen, County Recorder, 928-679-7889