Page voters have up to Monday to register if they want to participate in Page's March 12 city primary elections.
Ballots are set to be mailed out on Valentine's Day for voters within Page city limits. The election is vote-by-mail, meaning there will be no polling places.
Ten candidates are running for seats on the Page City Council; two candidates are vying for mayor, including the current mayor, Bill Diak.
If a voter needs Navajo language assistance, they are asked to contact the City Clerk's Office at (928) 645-4220. Voters who do not receive their ballot by Feb. 21 can contact the Elections Office at (928) 679-7860 or (800) 793-6181.
Ballots are due back by March 12.
-- Sun staff reports