Vote Saturday or Monday for August 4 Primary
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 […]Continue reading
Where and When to Vote in the Arizona Primary!
The August 4 Primary Election is next Tuesday. All registered voters in Coconino County are eligible to vote in the Primary Election. Sample ballots were mailed to households with registered voters that are not on the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL) or have not requested an early ballot. The sample ballot includes the name and […]Continue reading
What’s Next for Arizona Renters and Landlords?
Yesterday, the Governor extended the eviction moratorium in Arizona. That means, through October 31st, renters will not be forced from their homes. We are pleased that the Governor has taken this step in securing the housing future of Arizonans during an incredibly uncertain time. Arizona Democratic Legislators have been asking for an extension for weeks […]Continue reading
Vote Now! The Primary Election Is Underway! Vote Early + Safely!
We have a wonderful County Elections Office in Coconino County! Today is the first day you can vote early, in-person for the August 4 Primary Election. Here is a schedule of locations and hours were you can go to vote early. Better yet, for safety, request that your ballot be mailed to you. You then […]Continue reading
Primary Ballots Drop July 8! Register Now to Participate!
Democrats in Coconino County are facing some contested primaries. In Supervisor District 4, Bryan Bates and Judy Begay are vying for the Democratic slot on the General Election Ballot. In Supervisor District 5, Marie B. Acothley is challenging incumbent Lena Fowler For Congressional District 1, your choice is incumbent Tom O’Halleran or former Flagstaff City […]Continue reading
Action in the Legislature Last Week and What’s Coming
The Arizona Legislature suspended the Fifty Fourth Legislature – Second Regular Session on March 23 as a result of the general shutdown caused by the Covid-19 virus. The Senate returned on May 8 only to vote to end their 2020 session altogether for the year. The House decided to remain in session. It now appears […]Continue reading
Action Alert: Urgent in AZ House
The Arizona House is back in session and bills are flying fast. Please RTS on these ASAP: SCR 1003 – OPPOSE – Would increase the exemption from property tax of property used for agriculture, trade or business from $185,000 to $1 Million. This would be a tax cut and cost the general fund about $1.5 […]Continue reading
Action Alert: Say “No” to SCR 1018
Update May 19 am: The Committee hearing on this bill was canceled. It is still available for RTS comment and we urge you to register your opposition through RTS or email. **This bill is up in the Arizona House Elections Committee on May 19. Take action now to protect the voting power of rural Arizona.** […]Continue reading
Take Action: Call Gov. Ducey
Time to call and write the Governor: 602.542.4331 Email Remind him that he said he would follow the science and that you agree! We need at least a 14 day downward trend of cases and deaths before lifting the stay-at-home order. When the order is lifted, reopening should be in stages with organizations and businesses […]Continue reading
Take Action for Healthy Elections!
State: Telephone or email our state legislators to reconvene and protect voters and election workers: Support SB1077, “Countywide Elections; Vote by Mail.” This bill, introduced by Senator Sean Bowie, has not yet been heard in committee, but could be revived. It would allow counties to conduct a mail ballot election for any election, provided that 60% […]Continue reading