Protect the PEVL
The state legislature is being bombarded with attacks on the permanent early voting list. Bills such as SB1593, SB1713, and SB1485 impose radical restrictions on voting by mail in Arizona. Join the Arizona Students Association and partners from the AZ Voting Rights Defense Coalition for a literature drop and sign distribution event in Flagstaff. The […]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
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
Voting By Mail: AZ Response to Covid-19
Join us in a virtual meeting with Guest Speakers Senator Jamescita Peshlakai and Former County Recorder Lenora Fulton. The topic will be Voting By Mail, something we will have to think about to keep healthy this year! May 12th, 6 PM DST. Dial In 800-750-4065, Meeting ID 317245#Continue reading
Not-Permanent Early Voting
SB 1188 is worth a special call to your legislator this week. We’ve had permanent early voting in Arizona — a ballot-by-mail system that’s a model for the nation — and SB 1188 would take that away. It’s one more voter suppression attempt, plain and simple. SB 1188 would drop voters from the Permanent Early […]Continue reading
Republican Bill to Ban Dropping Off Mail-In Ballots in Arizona will Significantly Impact Coconino County.
Voters turned out in record numbers to exercise their rights as citizens to vote in the 2018 election in Arizona. Some races were not decided until the last ballot was counted. In some cases this took additional time after the election since many ballots were dropped off at polling places on election day or at […]Continue reading