Election Administration in Coconino County

Coconino County has two separate departments that work together to administer elections.  The County Recorder and the Elections Department are each responsible for overseeing specific areas of the election process. 

(Click on the name to visit each official website)

Elections Department

1300 W.  University, Suite 180
Flagstaff, AZ 86001

928-679-7896           Elections@coconino.az.gov
Candidate Filing
Candidate Signature Requirements and Petitions  
Campaign Finance                                                
Precinct Committeeman                     
Ballot Creation
Sample Ballot Mailing                                           
Audio for Accessible Voting Device      
Election Day Voting
Polling Places                                                         
Vote Centers 
Hires and Train Poll Workers                                  Report Election Day activities to Secretary of State
Ballot Tabulation
Pre & Post Logic and Accuracy Test  
Special Election Boards                                          
Posts Election Results                                            
Hand Count                                                            
Prepare Official Canvass of Results                       
Mandated Recounts  
Financial Disclosure
Candidate Reports                                                  
Elected Official Reports
Recall, Initiative & Referendum
Petition Filing
Court Challenges
Election Coordination
Voter Outreach and Education                                
            Inter-Governmental Agreements                            Jurisdiction Assistance           

Recorder's Office

110 E. Cherry
Flagstaff, AZ 86001

928-679-7850         Recorder@coconino.az.gov
Voter Registration Rolls
Quarterly Stats/History
Active Early Voting List (AEVL)                                          Issue Voter ID Cards                   
List Maintenance Activities
Early Voting
90 Day Pre-Notifications                           
Election Notice to AEVL Voters              
Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voter Registration Voting (UOCAVA)
In-Person Early Voting                                                   
Mail-In Ballot Voting                                                     
Emergency Early Voting                                              
Ballot Drop Boxes                                                           
Special Assistance Boards                                         
Signature Verification
Signature Verification                                                
E-Qual Verification                                                 
Clean Elections $5 Slip Verification
Native American Voter Outreach
Voter Registration and Outreach in Native Communities
Collaborate with Elections Department in Securing poll locations and poll workers in Native Communities
Interpretation of Ballot Content in Navajo and Hopi languages.

Per A.R.S. § 16-161(B) there are 643 active and 1,153 inactive persons registered to vote who have not provided proof of citizenship as of October 1, 2023.

There were 116 ballots cast for the November 8, 2022 General Election by those who were eligible to vote a ballot containing federal offices only.