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Sedona • Arizona

It is important that you vote in the primary election!


If you do not vote in the primary, you will not be able to vote for Home Rule or the Mayor of Sedona. Some or all Sedona Council seats may also be decided at the Primary, depending on how many votes are received by each of the candidates running.Those council seats not decided at the primary will go on to the General Election in November.

If you are on the Permanent Early Voter List you should receive a postcard or letter that you must return to get a ballot for the Aug. 28 election. If not, and you want to vote by mail, you only have until August 17 to request a mail ballot.

Independent voters must request an early ballot even if you are on the PEVL. You will not receive a primary ballot unless you let the county know which party ballot you want or request a city ballot only.

Follow this link for an ONLINE form if you live in Coconino County. 

Follow this link for an ONLINE form if you live in Yavapai County.


You can also call Coconino County at 800-793-6181 or Yavapai County at 800-771-2797 to request a mail ballot.


If you do not get a ballot by mail, you can still vote on the day of the election, Tuesday, August 28, at the appropriate polling place for your county. For Yavapai County, your polling place is the Elks Lodge. For Coconino County, vote at the Wayside Chapel in Uptown for Sedona North Precinct and Christ Lutheran Church in the Chapel area for Sedona South Precinct


Please be sure to vote in the Primary!


If you do not vote in the Primary, you will not be able to vote for Home Rule or the Mayor of Sedona. Some or all Sedona Council seats may also be decided at the Primary, depending on how many votes are received by each of the candidates running. Those not decided at the Primary will go on to the General Election on November 6.