Lumberjacks, let your voice be heard! The NAU Votes Coalition is here to help you find polling locations and resources to help increase your awareness and access to voter services.
See Arizona’s election results here
Voting in person? Check out this helpful guide.
Vote 2020: important dates
- September 17 – Constitution Day
- September 24 – Northern Arizona Interfaith Council Candidate Accountability Session (6:30 p.m.)
- September 29 – Presidential Debate Watch Party (6:00 p.m.)
- October 1 – Campus Debate with Arizona House and Senate candidates for Legislative District 6 (7:00 p.m.):
- View the debate by clicking here
- October 1 – Flagstaff City Council Climate Forum
- October 5 – Deadline to register to vote
- October 7 – October 30 – Early Voting
- October 7 – Vice Presidential Debate Watch Party (6:00 p.m.)
- October 8 – Know Your Ballot online event: Learn about the propositions on the November ballot (7:00 p.m.)
- October 15 – Know Your Vote (7:00 p.m.)
- October 22 – Presidential Debate Watch Party (6:00 p.m.)
- October 23– Deadline to request a mail-in ballot
- October 24 – Don’t Sleep on Voting event (6:00 p.m.)
- October 27 – Recommended deadline to return your ballot by mail (must be received by Nov. 3)
- November 3 – General Election
Important Voting Information
- Find out if you are already registered to vote
- Register to vote
- Find your NAU P.O. Box number
- Submit a one-time request for ballot-by-mail (mail in ballot/vote by mail)
- Get on the Permanent Early Voting List
- What’s on the November 3 ballot?
- Rock the Vote Action Fund
- League of Women Voters
- Check your ballot status
How do I vote?
Find your polling location and bring the required documents (see below) that you’ll need to vote.
- Option #1: Something with your photo, name, and current address (AZ driver’s license).
- OR Option #2: Two things with your name and current address (a utility bill or bank statement from the past 90 days, vehicle registration). You can show an Option #2 ID on your phone.
- OR Option #3: One document with your photo and name (no address or an old address) + one document with your name and current address (a driver’s license with an old address + a bank statement with your current address, a passport with no address + a utility bill, a military ID with no address + your vehicle registration).
- OR Option #4: Native American voters can show an ID that just has their name.
Important: If you can’t find your ID on Election Day, go to your polling place, ask for a “conditional provisional” ballot, and come back within a week with your ID.
Remember: If you’re voting before Election Day, no need for ID!
Other things you should bring
- Your Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL) ballot: If you got a ballot in the mail, you can bring it to any polling place in the county on Election Day. Skip the line, and don’t worry about showing ID.
- You can only bring someone else’s ballot to the polling place if you’re a family member, caregiver, or household member.
- You can also bring anything else you need to vote confidently! That might be a sample ballot, your phone with information you need, or someone to translate for you.
Ballot Drop Box Locations – (deadline November 3, 7pm)
Early Voting Sites for Coconino County – October 7-30
Voting at NAU
Whether you’re voting in person at the polls or by mail, here’s some helpful voting information.
- Vote early, in-person October 7-October 30
- Vote on election day, November 3
- Join the Permanent Early Voting List or request a one-time ballot by mail by October 23. Mail your ballot back (in time to arrive by November 3) or drop off a ballot at a polling place or the Coconino County Elections office located at 110 E. Cherry Ave.
- Provisional Ballots: If you don’t have proper ID to vote at the polls (for example, if your driver’s license doesn’t list the address where you are registered to vote), or if you go to the wrong precinct to vote, you can still cast a provisional ballot. These ballots will be verified before they are counted.