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Arizona

In Arizona, elections are overseen by the Arizona Secretary of State.

Find your Voter Registration Status:

https://voter.azsos.gov/VoterView/RegistrantSearch.do

 

Find you Polling Place:

https://voter.azsos.gov/VoterView/PollingPlaceSearch.do

 

Registering to Vote in Arizona:

  • Must register 29 days prior to Election Day

  • Register by mail, in person, or online.

  • Proof of citizenship is required to register.

    • Acceptable documentation: Arizona state ID, a legible photocopy of a birth certificate that verifies citizenship (with supporting legal documentation like a marriage certificate if the name on the birth certificate is not the same as your current legal name), a legible photocopy of the pertinent pages of your passport, presentation to the County Recorder of U.S. naturalization documents or fill in your Alien Registration Number in box 11, an Indian Census Number, Bureau of Indian Affairs Card Number, Tribal Treaty Card Number, or Tribal Enrollment Number in box 10, a legible photocopy of your Tribal Certificate of Indian Blood or Tribal or Bureau of Indian Affairs Affidavit of Birth.

  • You can register as a Permanent Early Voter online or by mail. You’ll receive your ballot by mail 27 days prior to the election. It must be received by 7:00pm on Election Day.

 

Primary Rules:

  • Voters registered with a party must vote on party ballot.

  • Unaffiliated/no party voters can choose which party's ballot to vote on.

 

Ways to vote:

  • In Person on Election Day

  • Early (Begins 26 days before Election Day. An early ballot may be requested from your County Recorder’s office.)

  • Absentee (Absentee application must be sent in at least 11 days prior to election. Ballot must be received by 7:00pm Election Day.)

 

Know Before You Vote:

  • ID is required to vote.  

    • Acceptable forms include: Valid Arizona or other US federal, state, or local government issued ID as long as address is listed and matches voting address, tribal enrollment card or other form of tribal identification OR two IDs from a longer list of options that includes utility bills, passport, voter registration card, official election mail, and other options. More information available here.

    • If you forget to bring ID, you can still cast a provisional ballot at your polling location. The ballot will be counted as long as you provide ID at your polling location before 7:00 pm on Election Day OR at the county elections office within 5 business days after a general election and 3 business days after any other election.

  • If you've moved recently, you can cast a provisional ballot at your new address' polling location.

  • Polling Hours:  6:00am-7:00pm

  • Voter Hotline: (800) 458-5842