Yavapai County Recorder's Office - Prescott Primary

  • By Michele Reagan
  • 12 Jul, 2017

Attention City of Prescott Voters –Tuesday, August 29, 2017 Primary Election Information

         
Yavapai County Recorder, Leslie Hoffman would like to remind voters about important information regarding the upcoming City of Prescott Primary Election that will be held Tuesday, August 29, 2017.

All registered voters that reside within the Prescott city limits are eligible to vote in this Election.
        
To be eligible to vote, you must register by Monday, July 31, 2017. You may register in person at the Yavapai County Recorder’s Office 1015 Fair St. Rm 228, Prescott or 10 S. 6th St., Cottonwood.       Monday – Friday from 8am – 5pm or online at www.servicearizona.com .
        
Election materials cannot be forwarded – If you have changes to your residential or mailing address (i.e. no longer have a post office box, rural route, or receive your mail at a location other than your residence) please visit www.servicearizona.com to update your voter registration by Monday, July 31, 2017.
        
Ballots will be mailed by Monday, August 7, 2017 to all eligible voters. Be sure to sign the affidavit envelope in your original handwriting.
        
The last day to request and be mailed a ballot is Friday, August 18, 2017. Please call 928-771-3248.
        
You may vote early in person beginning Wednesday, August 2, 2017 through Election Day at the Yavapai County Recorder’s Office 1015 Fair St. Rm 228, Prescott.

Important Dates:

Last day to register to vote:  Monday,  July 31, 2017
    
Early voting begins:  Wednesday,  August 2, 2017
 
Ballots will be mailed:  Monday,  August 7, 2017
    
Last day to request and be mailed a ballot:   Friday,  August 18, 2017
 
Last day to vote in person:   Tuesday,  August 29, 2017
 
For more information regarding this news release, please contact Leslie M. Hoffman, Yavapai County Recorder at (928) 771-3248

By Michele Reagan 12 Jul, 2017

         
Yavapai County Recorder, Leslie Hoffman would like to remind voters about important information regarding the upcoming City of Prescott Primary Election that will be held Tuesday, August 29, 2017.

All registered voters that reside within the Prescott city limits are eligible to vote in this Election.
        
To be eligible to vote, you must register by Monday, July 31, 2017. You may register in person at the Yavapai County Recorder’s Office 1015 Fair St. Rm 228, Prescott or 10 S. 6th St., Cottonwood.       Monday – Friday from 8am – 5pm or online at www.servicearizona.com .
        
Election materials cannot be forwarded – If you have changes to your residential or mailing address (i.e. no longer have a post office box, rural route, or receive your mail at a location other than your residence) please visit www.servicearizona.com to update your voter registration by Monday, July 31, 2017.
        
Ballots will be mailed by Monday, August 7, 2017 to all eligible voters. Be sure to sign the affidavit envelope in your original handwriting.
        
The last day to request and be mailed a ballot is Friday, August 18, 2017. Please call 928-771-3248.
        
You may vote early in person beginning Wednesday, August 2, 2017 through Election Day at the Yavapai County Recorder’s Office 1015 Fair St. Rm 228, Prescott.

Important Dates:

Last day to register to vote:  Monday,  July 31, 2017
    
Early voting begins:  Wednesday,  August 2, 2017
 
Ballots will be mailed:  Monday,  August 7, 2017
    
Last day to request and be mailed a ballot:   Friday,  August 18, 2017
 
Last day to vote in person:   Tuesday,  August 29, 2017
 
For more information regarding this news release, please contact Leslie M. Hoffman, Yavapai County Recorder at (928) 771-3248

By Michele Reagan 19 Jun, 2017

With the onset of referendum season, my office is extending its innovative approach to processing petitions for the 2017-2018 election cycle. Effective Friday, May 5th, applicants for a referendum petition will be advised to follow the steps outlined at https://www.azsos.gov/elections/initiative-referendum-and-recall :


1.     Form a political committee through the Secretary of State's online system, or be prepared to designate an existing (non-candidate) political committee to act as the petition sponsor.

2.     File an Application for Serial Number with the Secretary of State’s Office.

3.     Acquire the new referendum petition in-person from the Secretary of State's Office.

4.     Ensure any paid or out-of-state circulators have registered with the Secretary of State's Office, reviewed the Secretary of State’s training materials, and obtained a circulator ID number.

5.     Circulate petitions and obtain signatures from eligible voters.

6.     Submit circulated petitions to the Secretary of State’s Office no later than 90 days after sine die adjournment of the legislative session.

By utilizing these updated processes, referendum groups and the general public should expect petition results faster than ever before.

New applications for referenda petitions will posted at http://apps.azsos.gov/election/2018/general/initiatives.htm on a same day basis.
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