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Early voting begins!

Vote at the County Recorder's Office (102 S. Main Street, Yuma) Mon - Fri from 8am - 5pm until Nov. 4 or drop off your ballot at a drop box!


Election Day! BALLOTS DUE BY 7PM! See all Election Day locations here!


Check the status of your ballot at


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Check out the Voter Education Guide from Clean Elections to hear directly from the candidates on your ballot!

Find a drop box or vote center:

ID(s) to bring to the polls

If you're voting in person, remember to bring ID(s) with you!

See options for forms of identification here.

Need a ride to the polls?

Lyft Announces 50% off Rideshare, Bikeshare and Scooter Rides to the Polls on Election Day:

"Preload the code VOTE22 before Election Day for a 50% discount that gets applied to their ride to the polls on November 8. Codes will be available to be used during voting hours in every time zone, for a discount of up to $10."

Restoring your right to vote

For information on restoring your voting rights:


Republican politicians are actively trying to make it harder to vote. Make sure to check your voter registration status and make a plan to vote before Election Day! Secretary of State Katie Hobbs has made it easy to check and update your registration at!
How are you planning to vote this year?

We’re lucky to have a candidate as strong as Katie Hobbs. She’s a former social worker who served in our State Legislature for 8 years before being elected as our Secretary of State in 2018 and overseeing our elections.

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Are you committed to voting for Katie Hobbs for Governor?
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Senator Kelly has a record working in government for Arizona. He’s worked to lower prescription drug costs, cut taxes for working people, and supports comprehensive healthcare for women—including access to abortion and lifesaving care.

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Are you committed to voting to re-elect Senator Mark Kelly?
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If you live in Legislative District 16, you'll see 3 Democrats on your ballot for the State Legislature: Brian Fernandez, Mariana Sandoval, and Jesus Lugo. Brian, Mariana, and Jesus are running to advocate for the needs of working people through affordable housing, good-paying jobs that keep up with the rising cost of food and gas, fully funded public education, and a sustainable water supply. (You can find your district here!)

Are you committed to voting for Brian, Mariana, and Jesus?

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