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Vote in the Primary Elections – Register by Monday!!

arizona election 2014 220pxMonday is the last day to register to vote in the state Primary Election. Because so many of Arizona’s legislative districts weigh heavily Democratic or Republican, the winners of the Primary Election are most likely the win their House or Senate seats.  Voters registered as Independents or with a party other than the Republican, Democratic or Libertarian parties, can and should vote in the Primary Election on August 26th.

You can register to vote on-line or contact your County Recorder office to register in person.

County

Online Form or Contact Info

Apache

 (800) 361-4402 or ghonea@co.apache.az.us

Cochise

 (520) 432-8350 or recorder@cochise.az.gov

Coconino

 http://www.coconino.az.gov/index.aspx?nid=808

Gila

 (928) 402-8735 or sbingham@gilacountyaz.gov 

Graham

 (928)792-5037 or jdickerson@graham.az.gov

Greenlee

 (928) 865-2632 or ypearson@co.greenlee.az.us

La Paz

 (928) 669-6115 or sbaker@co.la-paz.az.us

Maricopa

 http://recorder.maricopa.gov/web/regform.aspx

Mohave

 http://www.mohavecounty.us/ContentPage.aspx?id=129&cid=167

Navajo

 (928) 524-4190

Pima

 https://www.recorder.pima.gov/

Pinal

 http://pinalcountyaz.gov/Elections/Pages/home.aspx

Santa Cruz

 (520) 375-7990 or mmeek@co.santa-cruz.az.us

Yavapai

 http://www.yavapai.us/electionsvr/ 

Yuma

 (928) 373-1014 or kika.guzman@yumacountyaz.gov

For any other questions about this year’s elections click here.

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