The Coconino County Recorder’s office has mailed 65,300 early ballots to registered voters for the upcoming May 17 Special Election. The Coconino County Democratic Party urges a “Yes” vote on Prop 438.
Early voters that are on the Active Early Voting List (AEVL) and have not received their ballots by Tuesday, April 26 should call the Elections Office at 928-679-7860 or 800-793-6181 to make sure there is not a problem with their voter registration status or mailing address.
Registered voters that are not on the AEVL may request an early ballot be mailed to them by calling the Elections Office, sending a written request to Coconino County Elections Office, 110 E. Cherry Avenue, Flagstaff, AZ, 86001, or submitting an online request at www.coconino.az.gov/elections and clicking on “Early Ballot Request.” The deadline to request an early ballot by mail is Friday, May 6.
In-person early voting started on April 20 at several locations across the county. In-person early voting is available through Friday, May 13. Check the times and locations on the Elections webpage. Some locations are only open Monday through Thursday.
The Coconino County Elections Office webpage contains lots of early voting information. This includes the following:
- List of Early Voting Sites;
- List of Ballot Drop Boxes; and
- How to check if your early ballot has been processed.
For more information on Early Voting, call the Elections Office at 928-679-7860 or toll-free at 800-793-6181 or go to www.coconino.az.gov/elections.