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Deadline to register to vote on BHC’s Proposition 415 is October 7

BULLHEAD CITY – Bullhead City is holding a special all-mail ballot election on November 5. 

The last day to register to vote is October 7 at 5 p.m. for the Bullhead City November 5, election.

The fastest method to register would be online: Go to and click on the “Voter Registration” box. From there, you can register online or update your mailing address if you are currently registered to vote but have recently moved. For those without access to a computer, the Mohave County Public Library located at 1170 East Hancock Road in Bullhead City offers free computer use to the public.

An alternative method to register to vote would be to complete a paper application and hand deliver it to the Mohave County Voter Registration Office located at 700 West Beale Street in Kingman before 5 p.m. on Monday, October 7. Paper applications are available in the lobby at Bullhead City Hall, 2355 Trane Road.

All registrations must be received by the Mohave County Voter Registration Office in Kingman by 5 p.m. on October 7 in order to be eligible to vote in the upcoming election. 

To inquire about the status of your voter registration, please contact the Mohave County Recorder’s Office at 928-753-0767.

Anyone with questions should contact Bullhead City Clerk’s Office at 928-763-9400, ext. 468, or