Voting information

Posted on: July 30th, 2012

Voter participation is crucial

While voting is simple, there are a few things you need to know in order to cast your vote.

Early Ballot

2.) One-Time Early Ballot Request If you are NOT on the Permanent Early Voting List, and would like to request a one-time early ballot from your County Recorder, you may do so by telephone, mail, or fax. Online early ballot requests are also available in certain counties. When contacting your County Recorder to obtain an early ballot, make sure to include:
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Register to vote

Requirements Before you can vote, you must register to vote.  In order to register to vote you must be, A Citizen of the United States of America A resident of Arizona for 29 days 18 years of age or more on or before the day of the next regular General Election Not be a convicted felon, unless your civil rights
Voting centers

Your voting place has changed

The precinct-specific polling places of the past have been consolidated into ten voting centers. If you are registered to vote in Yuma County, you will be able to cast your ballot at any of the eleven locations. The locations of the eleven voting centers are Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Neighborhood Center, 300 S. 13th Avenue Immanuel Baptist Church, 1000 E. 24th