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Early Voting Deadlines

October 28
09:28 2014

VoteEarly voting in person at the Page City Hall must be done by Thursday, Oct. 30th, between 7 AM and 5:30 PM.  You have until Friday for early voting in Flagstaff and other locations in Coconino County, but Page City Hall is closed on Fridays.  Please check in your precinct voting location for the early voting hours and locations.

View Early Voting Sites in Coconino County including precincts of Page, Tuba City, Grand Canyon Schools, Fredonia, Sedona, Williams and Flagstaff.

Deadline to Receive Early Ballots

The Coconino County Elections Office reminds early voters that voted early ballots (sealed in envelope and signed) must be received no later than 7:00 pm on Election Day, Tuesday, November 4, 2014.  Early voters should put their voted early ballot in the mail no later than October 31 to ensure that it is received in time to be counted.

Election Day is Tuesday, November 4th; so if you miss early voting, you may vote in person during the General Elections. Find your polling place here.

Kane County, Utah

Early voting in Kane County, Utah is at the Kane County Clerk’s Office at the Courthouse, 76 N Main, Kanab, UT 84741.  The Clerk’s office can be contacted at (435)-644-2458.  The Kane County Clerk states that Big Water mail-in ballots have to be postmarked before Election Day in order to be counted.  Big Water residents can vote early in person at the Kanab Courthouse and also on Election Day, November 4th, but there is no polling location on election day in Big Water. For early polling places in other Utah locations, Click Here.

Vote Early at Page City Hall by Thursday, October 30

In Page, Arizona, the early voting site is at City Hall, 697 Vista Ave, Monday – Thursday 7:00 am – 5:30 pm. (928) 645-8861.

The deadline to have an early ballot mailed to a voter has passed but voters may vote early in person. Because City Hall is closed on Friday, the deadline for early voting in Page, Arizona is Thursday at 5:30 pm. Other locations in Coconino County will have early voting through October 31.  Please check with your own precinct on the deadlines.

On Election Day, November 4, early voters can drop off their voted early ballots at any polling place in the county between 6 am and 7 pm.

Don’t Forget to Sign Your Early Ballot

Early voters should remember to sign the return ballot envelope or their ballots will not be counted.  Arizona state law requires the voter to personally vote his or her own early ballot and to sign the early ballot return envelope.  The Elections Office must have the early voter’s signature on the return envelope to verify the ballot was voted by the early voter and not someone else.

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