City of Yuma
Every candidate for the Yuma City Council was given the same opportunity to respond to Center for Arizona Policy’s survey. If a candidate declined to respond, their contact information is listed next to their name. If you’d like to request the candidate complete the survey, you can download a blank survey to send here.
These four candidates advance to a run-off election to decide the victor on November 5th.
- William Craft - Declined to respond. Contact 732.723.8025 or email@example.com
- Paul Johnson – Declined to respond. Contact 928.373.5002 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Gary Knight
- Gary Wright- Declined to respond. Contact 928.699.7039 or email@example.com
Yuma selects its City Council through an at-large election. Yuma City elections are nonpartisan, and the winning candidate must earn a majority of the vote for the office sought in the November 5 election. Voters may vote by mail or in person.
How to vote in the Yuma Election
- Ballots may be mailed to or dropped off at the following location:
Yuma Recorder’s Office
410 S. Maiden Ln. Ste. B
Yuma, AZ 85364
- All ballots must be received by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day in order to be counted. Postmark date does not matter!
During the General election on Tuesday, November 5, 2013, from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. registered voters can cast their ballot at any of the following Vote Centers:
- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Neighborhood Center, 300 S. 13th Avenue
- Yuma County Health Dept., 2200 W. 28th Street
- Yuma Civic Center, 1440 W. Desert Hills Drive
- Yuma Readiness and Community Center, 6550 E. 24th Street
Every qualified voter is required to show identification at the voting center before receiving a ballot. For a list of acceptable forms of identification, click here.