To assist voters, Cochise County Elections developed the following list of frequently asked questions. For a further list of voting-related FAQs maintained by the County Recorder's office, click HERE.
Call the Cochise County Voter Registration Department at 520-432-8354 or Toll Free 1-888-457-4513.
You are registered when your registration form is completed and mailed to Cochise County Voter Registration Department, AND it is received by Voter Registration on or before 29 days before an election. Retain the copy of the Registration Form receipt.
One must re-register if the voter has moved from one residence to another, changed their name, or if the voter wishes to change political parties. Remember to fill in all questions as this is a re-registration.
Arizona is an open primary state. Independents may vote for Candidates of recognized parties in these Primary Elections, but can choose only one party’s ballot.
How are voters, who are registered Independents and on the PEVL notified about primaries so they can identify the party ballot they wish to vote?
The voters who are on PEVL and wish to vote in the Primary Election are being mailed a letter letting them know about the upcoming elections for August and November. Those who are not affiliated with a recognized party must complete the bottom half of the letter and mail back to the Recorder’s Office with their ballot choice.
If they have further questions they need to contact the Recorder’s Office at 520-432-8358.
On Election Day all polls open at 6:00 AM and close at 7:00 PM.
All of Cochise County is in Congressional District #2.
Cochise County is in Legislative District #14
Registration Forms are available at Libraries, Post Offices and MVD throughout Cochise County. They are also available at the County Recorders Office at 1415 Melody Lane, Bldg. B in Bisbee, and the County Elections Department at 1415 Melody Lane, Bldg. A in Bisbee. You may also register or re-register online at https://servicearizona.com/webapp/evoter
At any participating poll site.