Election officials in several states said Thursday they are worried about the safety of their staffs amid a stream of threats and gatherings of angry protesters outside their doors, drawn by President Donald Trump’s baseless claims of widespread fraud in the race for the White House. “I can tell you that my wife and my
Americans are choosing between President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden in what many are calling the most consequential presidential election in a lifetime, with the balloting shadowed by the coronavirus outbreak, economic downturn, racial tension and a sense that the future of democracy itself is at stake. Voters flocked to polling places around
A solidly blue state for the past half century, Minnesota became an unquestioned presidential battleground on Friday as President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden fought for working-class voters in dueling events that marked the beginning of early voting. Their campaigning was knocked off front pages and broadcasts in the state and nationally Friday
Yavapai County Recorder, Leslie Hoffman would like to announce that tomorrow, Tuesday, August 4, 2020 is Election Day… “Let Your Voice Be Heard – Vote”. All registered voters are eligible to vote in the 2020 Primary Election. Vote Centers will be open tomorrow from 6AM – 7PM. Visit yavapai.us/GOVOTE for location information and identification requirements.
Do Not Mail your Automatic Ballot-by-Mail after Wednesday, July 29, 2020 Yavapai County Recorder, Leslie Hoffman would like to announce that the last day to mail your voted ballot through USPS is Wednesday, July 29, 2020. Voters may vote early in-person or vote a replacement ballot through Friday, July 31, 2020 at the Yavapai County