August 4, 2020 Primary Election

A calendar of important dates leading up to the Primary Election

What can be on my ballot?

You may see candidacies for U.S. Senate and Congress, statewide and legislative offices, and countywide offices. Depending on where you live, you may also see candidates for local office, such as mayor and council, and local ballot questions.

All registered voters are eligible to participate in this election. Voters registered as Independent, Other, or Party Not Designated may choose a ballot from the following parties: Democratic, Libertarian, and Republican.
   
 Candidates That Have Filed for County Offices  Withdrawn Candidates
 Write-In Candidate List  Polling Place List
 City of Flagstaff Publicity Pamphlet  City of Page Publicity Pamphlet

Election-Specific Party Registration Requirements

All registered voters are eligible to participate in this election. Voters registered as independent, other, or party not designated may choose a ballot from the following parties: Democratic, Libertarian, and Republican.

Early Voting Options

Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL): If you are listed as a Permanent Early Voter, you will automatically receive a ballot by mail approximately three weeks before the election. If you are not currently on the PEVL, you may download the form here: Permanent Early Voting List Form

Request an early ballot: Voters who are not on the Permanent Early Voting List may request an early ballot to be mailed to them up until July 24, 2020. To request an early ballot, you may submit this form here Early Ballot Request Form.

Vote early in person: Early voting is available up until Friday, July 31 at these locations: Early Voting Sites. Please note that some locations are closed on Fridays.

NOTE: New Voter ID requirements for voting early in person are now in effect. See ID Required to Vote In Person for list of acceptable ID.

For more information, please contact the Coconino County Elections Office at (928) 679-7860 or (800) 793-6181.