Don't Mail Your Ballot, Drop it Off!

30 October 2015   Lynne LaMaster
Now that it’s getting close to election day, it is recommended that you drop your ballot off, instead of mailing it in.

 Drop Off Locations for Ballots 

Yavapai County Recorder, Leslie Hoffman would like to prompt all registered voters who have not yet mailed their ballots to please drop off their ballots rather than mail them at this late date as their ballot must be received by the Elections/Voter Registration Department by 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, November 3, 2015. Postmarks “Do NOT Count.” 

There are several 24-Hour drop off locations: 

  • Clarkdale, Town Hall, 39 N. 9th Street 

  • Cottonwood County Administration Building, 10 S. 6th Street 

  • Jerome Town Hall, 600 Clark Street 

  • Prescott Yavapai County Administration Bldg., 1015 Fair Street 

  • Prescott also has the convenient “Drive-Through Drop Box” at the same location, up until 7 PM on November 3, 2015. 

Don’t forget to sign your Affidavit Envelope! 

Registered voters who still need a replacement ballot may come into either the County Administration Building, 10 S. 6th Street, Cottonwood or the Yavapai County Administration Building, 1015 Fair St., to vote their ballot. 

This year, ballots were mailed in white envelopes. The envelope you return with your ballot inside is green. 


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