Navajo County Recorder
Permanent Early Voting
Arizona now has a new law that allows a voter to place their name on a “Permanent
Early Voting List”.
What this means is that once you are on this list, for each election you qualify
for, you no longer have to request an early ballot to be mailed to you. Instead,
by being on this list, an early ballot will automatically be mailed
to you approximately 26 days prior to that election.
Having the ballot early will allow you more time to review the ballot, study the
issues, research the candidates and vote at your convenience. All early ballots
must be received in the Office of the County Recorder, other officer in charge of
elections or deposited at any polling place in the county of residence, no later
than 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.
In order to be included on the “Permanent Early Voting List”, the voter
must make a written request specifically asking that their name be added to the
permanent list. The request must include the voter’s name, residence address,
mailing address within the state you reside, date of birth and your signature.
We have a
that you can print and sign available for your convenience. It is not required to
use this specific form to make your request. If you do not have access to print
this form, you can either contact our call center at (928) 524-4192 to have one
mailed to you OR you can make a written request asking to be added to the permanent
list. Again, the request must include your name, residence address, mailing address
within the State they reside (if different than the residence address), date of
birth and your signature.
No matter how you decide to cast your ballot, early or at the polls, make sure your
voice is heard through the sound of your VOTE…
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