FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – Early voting for the Aug. 4, primary election started July 8.
The Coconino County Elections office mailed out over 44,600 early ballots to voters on the permanent early voting list (PEVL) and those who have requested a single election early ballot for the primary election.
Coconino County Recorder Patty Hansen urges all Coconino County registered voters to request an early ballot be mailed to them, or to vote early in person at one of the early voting locations.
“Early voting is the safest method for our voters, poll workers and election staff members during this COVID 19 pandemic,” Hansen said.
Hansen said early voters can decide how they want to return their voted early ballot: by mail; dropping it off in a ballot drop box or at an early voting location or dropping it off at any polling location in the county on Election Day.