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Yavapai County has added 6 new dropbox locations for your ballots

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  • Yavapai County has added 6 new dropbox locations, for a total of 19
  • Early voting in person is open from 8 AM - 5 PM
  • Each ballot placed in a drop box saves Yavapai County 60¢ in taxpayer dollars
  • Drop boxes and polls will be open until 7 PM on election night
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You can vote many ways in Yavapai County

Registered voters can vote early in many ways in Yavapai County. 

Early ballots mailed out will arrive in a white envelope. Ballots were mailed out on October 7, so if you have not received your envelope yet, you should probably call the election office at 928.771.3244.



Here is everything you will receive in your ballot envelope: 

After you fill out your ballot, you place it in the white envelope with the red arrow on it. Be sure you sign your envelope, or else your ballot may not count. 

Then, place that white envelope with your ballot in it inside the pink envelope. That is the envelope to mail in or drop off at a ballot box (locations listed below.)

Want to get your “I Voted” sticker? No worries, it’s in your ballot envelope at the bottom of the voting instructions page. It looks a bit different this year, as it is designed for Yavapai County specifically. 

For those on the mail-in ballot list, you can mail in your ballots at any time before the election. However, you should allow at least one week for the mail to arrive. 

Another option is to take those early mail-in ballots and drop them off at a ballot box. Ballots that are not mailed, but dropped off at a ballot box save the County 60¢ each in taxpayer dollars. You can also be certain they have arrived and didn’t get lost in the mail. 

Ballot Box Locations


Yavapai County has recently added six new locations for ballot boxes, bringing the total to 19 across the county. They are listed below with the address, the new locations are starred. For the latest, up-to-date locations, check out www.yavapai.us/GOVOTE

*Bagdad Bagdad Justice Court, 100 Main St
*Black Canyon City Black Canyon City Library, 34701 S Old Black Canyon Hwy
Camp Verde Town Hall, 473 S Main St
Camp Verde Yavapai-Apache Nation Community Center, 3462 Smith Ave
Chino Valley Town Hall, 202 N State Route 89
Clarkdale Town Hall, 39 N 9th St
*Congress Congress Library, 26750 Santa Fe Road
Cottonwood County Administration Building, 10 S 6th St
Dewey-Humboldt Town Hall, 2735 S Highway 69
Jerome Town Hall, 600 Clark St
Paulden Public Library, 16 Big Chino Rd
Prescott County Administration Building, 1015 Fair St
Prescott Valley Town Hall, 7501 Skoog Blvd
Sedona City Hall, 102 Roadrunner Dr
*Sedona Village of Oak Creek Fire Station, 125 Slide Rock Rd
*Seligman Seligman Library, 54170 N Floyd St.
Skull Valley U.S. Post Office, 3085 S Iron Springs Rd
Spring Valley Public Library, 17320 E Mule Deer Dr
*Yarnell Yarnell Justice Court, 22591 S Looka Way

Vote Early in Person

Do you want to vote early, but in person? No worries. There are two locations which are open from 8-5, M-F. The last day of early voting is October 30. 

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Last modified on Tuesday, 20 October 2020 10:04
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