Election Day is Nov. 6: What to know, what to bring, where to go to vote

Tuesday is Election Day. Here are some important things to be aware of when it comes to voting:

Know where to go to vote. Go to the Secretary of State’s website to determine your precinct’s polling place. Voting for all precincts is available at the Walkup Skydome (east concourse) and the Flagstaff Mall, next to J.C. Penney. Polling places are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Nov. 6.

Know about the candidates and the issues. The Coconino County Elections Office has information about the candidates and ballot initiatives Arizona voters are considering.

Know what to bring to the polls on Election Day. Identification is required! A valid Arizona driver’s license, tribal enrollment card or valid federal identification such as a passport is sufficient. The address must be correct, or voters need some other proof of address, such as a piece of mail. See the Coconino County website for identification requirements.

Voting early? People who received a ballot in the mail and have not mailed it should drop it off at a voting location on or before Nov. 6. Early voting is open until 5 p.m. Friday at the Flagstaff Mall and the Coconino County Elections Office, 110 E. Cherry Ave.

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