new voter registration requirements due to the implementation of Proposition
200. To avoid any problems with being registered in time for an election, we
encourage everyone who is not registered to vote, to register early. Voter
registration forms are available at the Yavapai County building. The Voter
Registration office can be contacted at 928-771-3248. If this is your first
time registering to vote in Arizona, or you have moved from another county in
Arizona, your voter registration form must also include proof of citizenship or
the form will be rejected. If you have an Arizona driver license or
non-operating identification issued after October 1, 1996, write the number in
box 13 on the front of the Arizona Voter Registration Form. This will serve as
proof of citizenship and no additional documents are needed. If not, you must
attach proof of citizenship to the form. Only one acceptable form of proof is
needed to register to vote.
The following is a list of acceptable documents to
establish your citizenship:
A legible photocopy of a driver’s
license or non-operating identification license issued by another state that
identifies United States Citizenship on the license.
A legible photocopy of a birth
certificate that verified United States Citizenship (if using a married name,
you will probably also need to submit a legible copy of your marriage license).
A legible photocopy of your
United States passport containing your name and passport number.
A legible photocopy of United
States naturalization documents or the number of the certification of
naturalization. If only the number is provided, it will need to be verified
before the registration can be processed.
A Bureau of Indian Affair’s Card
number, Tribal Treaty Card Number or Tribal Enrollment Number on the
A legible photocopy of a Tribal
Certificate or Indian Blood or Tribal or Bureau of Indian Affairs Affidavit of
Do not send
additional information, please contact:
Julie Gibson, Town Clerk