Voter Information

The right to vote is fundamental.  It is the right that protects and expands all other rights.  That’s why the Democratic Party has continuously remained dedicated to making it easier and more convenient for

Americans of all backgrounds to cast their ballot.

The 2020 Election is the most important election of our lifetime. Voting in the current Corona Virus Era is already being challenged by the Republicans.  We have all witnessed voter suppression in the form of denying early voting and closures of voting centers.  Know your rights!  Download this Voter's Rights Guide

 

With the threat of another possible outbreak of the corona virus in the fall, it imperative that you 

sign up for Early Ballot-by-Mail (Permanent Early Voter List -PEVL).

Here are list of things you can do to ensure you can vote and vote safely:

1.   Register to vote - Deadline Oct 5

2.   Check you voter registration

        Here you can register to vote, check registration and change your party affiliation

3.   Sign up for the Permanent Early Voter  List  (PEVL) - Deadline Oct 23

        Permanent Early Voter List (PEVL), you will  receive an early ballot for all upcoming elections that you are qualified to vote in.

       Download and print Early Ballot-by-Mail for

       Download and print Early Ballot-by-Mail form in Spanish

    

Questions please contact Yavapai Elections at 928-771-3250

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Early Voting in-person begins October 7 ends Oct 30 at 5pm
Early Voting Locations at these County Recorders Offices:
Prescott - 1015 Fair Street
Cottonwood - 10 S. 6th St.

List of All Official Ballot Drop Boxes in Yavapai County for Mail-in Ballots

  • Prescott County Admin Building - 1015 Fair St

  • Prescott Valley Town Hall - 7501 E. Civic Circle

  • Camp Verde Town Hall - 473 S. Main St.

  • Camp Verde Yavapai-Apache Nation - 3462 Smith Ave.

  • Chino Valley -  Town Hall -202 Ste Route 89A

  • Clarkdale Town Hall - 38 N. 9th St.

  • Cottonwood County Admin Bldg - 10 S. 6th St.

  • Dewey-Humbolt Town Hall - 2735 S. Hwy 69

  • Jerome Town Hall - 600 Clark St.

  • Paulden Public Library - 16 Big Chino Rd

  • Sedona City Hall -102 Roadrunner Dr.

  • Skull Valley U.S. Post Office - 3085 S. Iron Springs Rd.

  • Spring Valley Public Library - 17320 E. Mule Deer Rd.
     

List of All Polling Centers in Yavapai County

  • VC 01 - Yavapai County Administration Building, Prescott

  • VC 02 - Trinity Presbyterian Church, Prescott

  • VC 03 - Central Yavapai Fire Station #57, Prescott

  • VC 04 - Yavapai College, Community Room, Prescott

  • VC 05 - Prescott Community Center, Prescott

  • VC 06 - Grace Baptist Church, Chino Valley

  • VC 07 - First Southern Baptist Church, Chino Valley

  • VC 08 - Prescott Elks Lodge #330, Prescott Valley

  • VC 09 - Humboldt USD - Bradshaw E. Campus, Prescott Valley

  • VC 10 - Gateway Baptist Church, Dewey-Humboldt

  • VC 11 - Sedona Elks Lodge #2291, Sedona

  • VC 12 - VOCA Community Center, Sedona

  • VC 13 - Clark Memorial Clubhouse, Clarkdale

  • VC 14 - Yavapai County Cottonwood Annex, Cottonwood

  • VC 15 - Cottonwood Bible Church, Cottonwood

  • VC 16 - Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Cottonwood

  • VC 17 - Camp Verde Library, Camp Verde

  • VC 18 - Ash Fork Public Library, Ash Fork

  • VC 19 - Bagdad Event Center, Bagdad

  • VC 20 - Beaver Creek Adult Center, Lake Montezuma

  • VC 21 - Pioneer Masonic Lodge #82, Black Canyon City

  • VC 22 - Grace Bible Chapel, Congress

  • VC 23 - Cordes Lakes Community Center, Cordes Lakes

  • VC 24 - Seligman Library, Seligman

  • VC 25 - Yarnell Presbyterian Church, Yarnell

Map of all Polling Centers in Yavapai County

And the best way to make sure your vote is counted and your voice is heard is to make a plan to vote.
Visit Making a Plan/Resource Library
to download checklists, toolkits and much more

Download and print: Voters Rights Guide

Office:

1555 Iron Springs Road

Suite 1

Prescott, AZ  86305

 

Mail:

P.O. Box 1644

Prescott, AZ 86302

Phone:  928-541-0413
Email:
info@yavdem.org

Office Hours: 

Mon-Fri 11-3pm

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Office:

1555 Iron Springs Road

Suite 1

Prescott, AZ  86305

 

Mail:

P.O. Box 1644

Prescott, AZ 86302

Phone:  928-541-0413
Email:
info@yavdem.org

Office Hours: NOTE:

The office is currently closed until further notice to protect our volunteers during this COVID crisis.

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