WILLIAMS, Ariz. — The deadline for Coconino County residents to register to vote or update a voter registration for the Nov. 8 General Election is Oct. 10.
The Coconino County Election offices in Flagstaff and Tuba City will have extended office hours on Oct. 10 so people can register to vote in person at these two locations. The offices will be open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Oct. 10.
Residents may also register to vote online at www.servicearizona.com Oct. 10 until midnight. This website requires an Arizona driver license or Arizona-issued identification card, and is the same service provider that offers online vehicle registration.
To register, an individual must be a U.S. citizen, 18-years-old by Election Day, reside within Coconino County and have no felony convictions, unless civil rights have been restored.
Registered voters who have moved or changed their name must re-register.
Citizens may print off a mail-in voter registration application at www.coconino.az.gov/elections by clicking on voter registration. Registrations forms are available at Williams City Hall, 113 South First Street, Coconino County Elections Office at 110 E. Cherry Avenue in Flagstaff, local post offices and libraries.
Mail-in voter registration forms must be signed and dated no later than Oct. 10 and received in the Elections Office by Oct. 14.
Voters can cast their ballots Nov. 8 at the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel’s Grand Canyon Room 235 N Grand Canyon Blvd., St Johns Episcopal-Lutheran Church 202 W Grant or in Parks at Maine Consolidated School Music Room north parking lot 10 N Spring Valley Rd.
Permanent Early Voters automatically receive a ballot by mail approximately three weeks before each election in which you are eligible to vote.
Non-Permanent Early Voters will receive a sample ballot before each election notifying them where their polling place is for that election.
Voter registration must be updated whenever there is a change of address, name or political party preference. Election mail is not forwardable.
The Coconino County Elections Office expects a record number of voters to register and turnout at the Nov. 8 General Election. Residents with questions concerning their voter registration status, to be removed from the Permanent Early Voter List, to cancel mailing of early ballots for one or more elections, to change mailing address or for more voter information can contact the Elections Office at (928) 679-7860 or (800) 793-6181.