Elections Department
Election Cameras
Candidate Packages
Contact Information
Election Information

Election Results

Federal Voters Assistance Program

  • It is now easier than ever for military and overseas personnel to participate in the election process. You can register to vote and request an early ballot in one process
    by using the above link.
Election Forms
GIS Mapping Information
ID Required at the Polling Place
Poll Worker Information
Recorder’s Office
Secretary of States Office
Angela Romero, Elections Director
Mission Statement
Apache County Elections, under the direction of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, administers, prepares, conducts and tallies Federal, State and County elections in accordance with Arizona Revised Statutes.
Department Description
The Elections Office is responsible for coordinating and administering all elections

  • Securing polling place locations
  • Recruiting, hiring and training of election board workers
  • Issuing, accepting and maintaining candidate, initiative, referendum and recall filings and campaign committee financial reports
  • Provides for printing of all election related material
  • Establishes election precinct boundaries
  • Secures use of facilities for Election Day
  • Prepares, allocates and transports election materials to and from polling places
  • Provides vote tabulation and official results for canvassing by the Board of Supervisors

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To View Early Voting Dates
Early Voting FlyerGeneral Election Early Voting begins October 12, 2016

If you need to drop off your EARLY BALLOT, there will be a drop box at the County Annex in St. Johns and at the County Annex in Springerville, AZ.
Both the Chinle and Fort Defiance Outreach Office will be open Monday – Thursday 7 am – 5:30  where Early Ballot can be drop off at the offices.
Early Voting will also be available during those office hours.
The Recorder’s Office in St. Johns will be on Fridays : October 28th and November 4th for early Voting.

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