Emergency Voting Available Monday
Opportunities to Vote Monday: Coconino County voters that may have health concerns or who worry about contracting the COVID 19 coronavirus may participate in emergency early voting at several locations across the county on Monday, November 2. (List of locations below.) Voters with non-health-related emergencies, such as having to go out of town on Election […]Continue reading
The Blue Ballot
Voting begins tomorrow. Here’s your slate of Democratic Candidates. We endorse Prop 208 — Invest in Ed — Vote Yes! Here’s why: https://coconinodemocrats.org/2020/09/26/why-we-support-prop-208-vote-yes/ Vote Early If you are not expecting your ballot in the mail, you can vote in person starting Wednesday, October 7. If you get your ballot by mail — as most Arizonans […]Continue reading
Deadline: Oct 23!
Since this press release, a federal court has extended the voter registration deadline to October 23. Official Press Release from County Recorder Patty Hansen The voter registration deadline for the November 3, 2020 General Election is Monday, October 5, 2020. To register to vote, an individual must be a U.S. citizen, 18 years old by […]Continue reading
Will Trump Succeed in Shortchanging the Count?
Nope, not the votes. The Census. Article I, Section 2, of the US Constitution requires the federal government to enumerate the country’s population once every ten years. The census counts every person living in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the five US territories, as well as military and civilian employees of the […]Continue reading
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