Sign your affidavit envelope before sealing. Without your signature your vote will not be counted.
For more information, you may contact Voter Registration.
Early voting drop off mailbox locations are as follows:
Are Early Ballots counted?
Yes, every verified early ballot is counted.
You will be asked to vote a conditional provisional ballot at the vote center if you fail to show acceptable ID. Your vote will be counted if you bring acceptable ID back to any vote center on Election Day or to the County Recorder’s Office (or designated sites) by:
5 Business days after the General Election
3 Business days after any other Election
You will be asked to vote a Provisional Ballot at a Vote Center if:
“At primary elections there shall be provided a separate ballot for each party entitled to participate in the primary.” (A.R.S. §16-467(A))
Permanent Early Voter List (PEVL) and the Primary Election
Ninety days (90) prior to the Primary Election letters will be sent to all voters on the PEVL with information regarding the Primary and General Elections. Voters who aren’t registered with a recognized party will receive a form which will allow them to select the party ballot they wish to vote. A ballot will not be mailed to unaffiliated voters until we receive a form indicating their ballot choice. You may also make your choice by contacting our office by phone, email or through our Early Ballot Request website.
If you have further questions on the open Primary please call our office (928) 771-3248.
If you make a mistake on your early ballot, call our office for instructions:
When election material is returned as undeliverable by the Post Office, the following occurs:
Arizona Revised Statutes require that registrations shall be cancelled for the following reasons:
It is a class 6 felony to register if you do not meet the above qualifications.
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