- What are the requirements to register to vote?
- A citizen of the United States of America
- A resident of Arizona
- A person who is 18 years or older before the next Statewide General Election
- A person who has not been convicted of a felony or treason, if so, your civil rights have been restored
- A person who has not been adjudicated incompetent (A.R.S. §14-5101)
- When Is A Person Registered?
When a registration form is completed and mailed to the Recorder’s Office at least 29 days before an election. Retain the copy of the registration form as your receipt or proof of registration until you receive your voter identification card.
You can check your registration status at my.arizona.vote
- How Do You Register To Vote?
- By filling out a voter registration form completely and returning the registration form to the Navajo County Recorder's Office.
- Online at servicearizona.com
- When Must You Send In A New Registration Form?
- When a voter has moved from one residence to another.
- When a voter changes their name.
- When a voter needs to update their political party affiliation.
- When an updated signature is needed.
- Where Can I Get A Registration Form?
- You can register to vote or update your existing registration online at Service Arizona.
- Pick up a form at The Navajo County Recorder's Office.
- Pick up a form at the City or Town Offices, Post Offices, Libraries, Chapter Houses, Public Assistance Offices.
- How Do I Know Where To Vote?
The polling place is always on the address label of the sample ballot, which is mailed 10 days before an election. Refer to the polling place locations portion of this website.
Call the Navajo County Recorder's Office at 920-524-4192 or Elections Department at 928-524-4062.
- What Hours Are The Polls Open?
On Election Day, all polls open at 6 am and close at 7 pm
- I Am Registered As An Independent. Can I Vote In A Primary Election?
Yes, currently Arizona is an Open Primary state. Independents may vote for candidates of recognized parties in a Primary Election. The only exception to this is the Presidential Preference Election (PPE) that is normally held in February in the year that the President of the United States is elected. This PPE is solely for voters registered within a specific political party to specify their preference for a candidate of their political party for the Office of President.
- I Lost My Voter Identification Card. How Can I Get A New One?
By visiting the Navajo County Recorder's Office or by calling the office at 928-524-4192 and a new card will be mailed to you.
Having the ballot early will allow you more time to review the ballot, study the issues, research the candidates and vote at your convenience.
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