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Who can register to vote?

Where do I register to vote?

When is one registered?

When does early voting begin?

How can I obtain an early ballot?

Where do I drop off my Early Ballot?

What kind of ID is rquired to vote?

Where is my polling location or where do I vote at?

What hours are the polling locations open?

What Legislative District is Yuma County in?

Where can I pick up a candidate packet to run for a County Office?


Q: Who can register to vote?
A: A citizen of the United States
A resident of Arizona
A person who is 18 years or older before the next general election
A person who has not been convicted of treason or a felony, unless restored to civil rights.

Q: Where do I register to vote?
A: The Yuma County Recorder’s Office, 410 South Maiden Lane, Suite B, Yuma. (928) 373-6032
Recorder's Office

Q: When is one registered?
A: You are registered upon completion of your voter registration form and it has been filed with the Yuma County Recorder on or before 29 days before an election

Q: When does early voting begin?
A: Early voting begins 33 days prior to every election.

Q: How can I obtain an early ballot?
A: Contact the Yuma County Recorcer's Office, 410 S. Maiden Lane, Suite B, Yuma, (928) 373-6034.
Recorder's Office

Q: Where do I drop off my early ballot?
A: Early ballots are dropped off at the Recorder's Office prior to an Election Day. On Election Date early ballots can be dropped off at any polling location and at the Recorder's Office, 410 S. Maiden Lane, Suite B, Yuma, by 7 p.m.

Q: What kind of ID is required to vote?
A: An ID is required for Voters at the Poll Site. Check out aceptable types of ID per Proposition 200. [PDF]

Q: Where is my polling location or where do I vote at?
A: Polling locations are printed on the Sample Ballot mailed to each household 10 days before an election or you can contact the Yuma County Recorder’s Office, 410 S. Maiden Lane, Suite B, Yuma. (928) 373-6034

Q: What hours are the polling locations open?
A: Polling locations are open at 6 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.

Q: What Legislative District is Yuma County in?
A: Yuma County is in Legislative District 24. (Az Legislative District Map)

Q: Where can I pick up a candidate packet to run for a County Office?
A: The Yuma County Elections Office, 198 S. Main Street, First Floor. (928) 373-1014
 

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