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Early Ballots for Coconino County Elections

July 21
14:47 2014

Coconino County Elections Office reminds registered voters that Thursday, July 31 is the first day early ballots will be available for the upcoming Aug. 26 Primary Election.

To request an early ballot by mail, voters may:

  • Call the Elections Office at 928-679-7860 or toll-free 800-793-6181
  • Send a written request to Coconino County Elections Office, 110 E. Cherry Avenue, Flagstaff, AZ, 86001
  • Submit an on-line request at and click on “Early Ballot Request.” The deadline to request an early ballot by mail is Aug. 15.

VoteVoters also have the option to sign up for the Permanent Early Voter List (PEVL). If a voter chooses to participate,an early voting ballot for each election in which they are eligible to vote will be sent to them. To review the requirements, visit, click on “Permanent Early Voting” and the request form may be downloaded. A voter must submit a written request to be on the PEVL list.

Voters may also vote early at one of the following satellite locations around the County. Early voting is available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday unless otherwise noted.

Coconino County Elections
110 E. Cherry Ave, Flagstaff
(Monday to Thursday)

Grand Canyon School District
1 Boulder Street, Grand Canyon

Page City Hall
697 Vista Avenue, Page
(Monday to Thursday)

Williams City Hall
113 S. First Street, Williams
(Monday to Thursday)

Fredonia Town Hall
25 N. Main Street, Fredonia
(Monday to Thursday)

Coconino County Elections Office
Basement/ Tuba City Library, Tuba City

Sedona City Clerk (Coconino County voters only)
102 Roadrunner Drive, Sedona

The Aug. 26 Primary Election is an “open” partisan primary, which means a voter who is registered with a recognized political party will receive the ballot for that party. The recognized political parties for the 2014 elections are Democrat, Republican, Libertarian, and Americans Elect.

If a voter is registered with no party affiliation or with an unrecognized political party (Non-Partisan, Independent, other, or other preference) they must request a specific party ballot.

Voters who are currently are on the PEVL list with a recognized party will automatically be mailed a ballot July 31.

Voters who are registered with no party affiliation or an unrecognized political party were sent a notice informing them that they must indicate which political party ballot they prefer. If this notice was not returned, the Elections Office will not mail the voter an early ballot.

Voters who are on the PEVL list and did not return their notice may call the Elections Office to request a specific party ballot or do so online at

For more information, call the Elections Office at 928-679-7860 or toll-free at 800-793-6181.

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