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COUNTY RECORDERS IN ARIZONA
verified August 02, 2019

County recorders are your voter registrars in Arizona, so contact yours to register or to check your voting status. They’ll mail you a free postage paid ballot so you can vote from home. You can also register on-line at Service Arizona. It’s very easy.

Apache County Recorder, Phone St Johns 928-337-7515 or 800-361-4402
Apache County Recorder, Phone Chinle 928-674-4597 or 800-361-4402
Apache County Recorder, Phone Fort Defiance 928-729-2089 or 800-361-4402
Cochise County Recorder, Phone 520-432-8354
Coconino County Recorder, Phone 928-679-7860 or 800-793-6181
Gila County Recorder, Phone Globe 928-402-8731
Graham County Recorder, Phone 928-428-3560
Greenlee County Recorder, Phone 928-865-2632
Maricopa County Recorder, Phone 602-506-1511
Mohave County Recorder, Phone 928-753-0767
Navajo County Recorder, Phone 928-524-4191
Pima County Recorder, Phone 520-724-4330
Pinal County Recorder, Phone 520-866-6830
Santa Cruz County Recorder, Phone 520-375-7990
Yavapai County Recorder, Phone 928-771-3248
Yuma County Recorder, Phone 928-373-6034

IMPORTANT 2019 ELECTION DATES


7/29 Monday 11:59 p.m.
Was the deadline to register to vote in the August primaries.

8/02 Friday
Primary ballots were mailed out.

8/21 Wednesday
Today is a safe deadline to mail back mail-in ballots for the primary elections on 8/27

8/27 Tuesday
Primary voting day, mostly by mail only.

10/07 Monday 11:59 p.m.
Deadline to register if you want to vote in the elections on November 05.

10/25 Friday Received by 5:00 p.m.
Last day to request a mail-in ballot for the elections on November 05.

11/05 Tuesday 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Election Day.

For problems that may come up:
Arizona Secretary of State, 602-542-8683 or 877-843-8683