Receive Your Ballot by Mail — Return It By Hand
You can NOW request to receive your ballot by mail, here. You then have the choice of returning the ballot by mail (as soon as possible) or delivering it to an official election dropbox, early voting site, or elections office, or taking it to your polling place on Election Day.
Attention: You may register to vote online and request a ballot by mail on line; however, actual voting takes place on an official Ballot by Mail or at an official polling place, and voters are unable to vote online.
Last Day to Request a Ballot by Mail: October 23
Special Announcement: Saturday in-person voting on October 24.
Last Day recommended day to use the mail to return your ballot: October 26
Early Voting Ends: October 30
Election Day: November 3, 2020: 6 am to 7 pm (local time)
Drop Boxes and Early Voting Locations
You may return your mailed ballot to any of these locations (for Coconino County voters):
- Official Drop Box Locations
- Ballot Drop Locations and Hours on Navajo Nation
- On November 3, before 7 pm, you may return your mailed ballot at any polling location or Vote Center (list below under the heading “Election Day”).
You may vote early in person at these locations:
- Early In-Person Voting Locations with Hours of Operation
- Early in-Person Voting Locations and Hours on the Navajo Nation
If you choose to use the U.S. Mail to return your ballot, please mail it no later than October 26
We recommend voting early in-person or by returning the ballot you receive in the mail before Election Day. This will make ballot counting and last-minute voting less chaotic.
- Polling Place List
- Vote Centers will be located at the NAU Skydome, Tuba City High School, and Flagstaff Mall.
- Sign the outside of the envelope with your ballot inside. Your signature must match the signature on file with the Elections Office.
- Any member of your household or a caregiver may return your voted ballot for you
- If you or a member of your household or a caregiver cannot return your ballot (because you don’t drive, for example), the County Elections office will send a person to your home so that you can vote. Call 928-679-7860 to request this assistance.
How and Where to Register to Vote
If you have an Arizona driver’s license, you can register online here. (You can change the address on your driver’s license at the same time for a $12 fee.)
If your address is not current on your driver’s license, fill out a voter registration form and mail it to the Recorder’s Office: Click here to download one. (Pro tip: Set your printer to “fit to page” so all the info prints.)
If you want to register in person and get assistance from the County Elections Office, go to the Flagstaff Mall (next to Dillard’s) or the Library at 78 Main Street, Tuba City, and the Coconino County Elections Drive-Up Window Service at 2304 N 3rd St. in Flagstaff.