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It’s too late to mail your ballot

Posted on: October 29th, 2020

It’s too late to put your ballot in the mail, but it’s not too late to vote if you have an early ballot. Here’s what to do.

You can drop off your ballot (make sure it’s sealed in the signed affidavit envelope that came with the early ballot) in the ballot drop box at any one of the following locations before 7:00 p.m. on Election Day (Tuesday, November 3rd).

  • Yuma County Main Library 2951 S. 21″ Drive
  • Foothills Library 13226 E. South Frontage Road
  • Wellton Library 28790 San Jose Avenue
  • Somerton Heritage Pool 801 W. Main Street (Somerton)
  • Somerton Library 240 Canal Street (Somerton)
  • San Luis City Hall 1090 E. Union Street (San Luis)
  • San Luis Library 1075 N. 6″‘ Avenue (San Luis)
  • Yuma County Recorder’s Office 197 S. Main Street

On Election Day, you can also drop off your sealed ballots at any voting center in Yuma County from 6:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. You won’t have to stand in line, just drop it into the specially-marked drop boxes that will be at every location.

Too late to mail in ballots, drop them off at the Recorder’s or at a polling location

Posted on: November 2nd, 2012

It’s too late to mail in your ballot because if the Recorder does not receive it by 7pm on Election Day, your vote will not be counted no matter when it was postmarked.

Please drop your ballot off in person at the Yuma County Recorder’s Office at  410 South Maiden Lane  Yuma, AZ 85364. There is a ballot drop box in front of the building.

If you did not sign up for an early ballot, you can still vote early in person at the County Recorder’s Office from 8-5pm t1oday, Saturday and Sunday. 1

Yuma GOTV Training: Tuesday night, 6pm at the Headquarters.

Posted on: October 8th, 2012

When Democrats vote, Democrats win. And it’s up to you to make sure every Democrat votes!

GOTV (Get Out The Vote) starts on Thursday, October 11th when thousands of Yuma County voters will receive their ballots in the mail box. The Arizona Democratic Coordinated Campaign has a Grand Strategy to maximize the number of Democratic votes and get Democrats elected. But this strategy is entirely dependent on you.

If you care about the future of this county, of this state and our communities, please attend this GOTV Training to find out what you can do and how you can help win this.

On to November!

Posted on: August 29th, 2012

The Yuma County Democratic Party would like to congratulate the Democratic candidates who won yesterday’s Primary and to sincerely thank all of the candidates. You can view the still-unofficial yet nearly-final results at the Arizona Secretary of State website.

Early voting this weekend

Posted on: August 25th, 2012

Did you know that you can vote this weekend for Tuesday’s Primary even if you didn’t receive an early ballot? The Yuma County Recorder’s office is open 8-5pm today and on Sunday 8-5 to allow people to cast their vote early. You may also drop off your early ballot.

The Recorder’s Office is located at 410 S. Maiden Lane, Suite B (see map below). This is an awesome service that will also be available the weekend prior to the General Election.

The full Yuma County news release is here.

 


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