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Benefits of Voting Centers
- Continue popular Early Voting process and retain an in-person voting option.
- Greater convenience for voters to be able to cast a ballot at any of the 26 voting center locations over three days – close to home, work or other activities.
- Improved sites, service and support – most Voting Center locations are accessible by public transportation, near business or shopping cores, and along major streets. Improved service and support at each location from fewer facilities to staff.
- Lower cost than traditional polling place elections or an all mail election.
- The Early Voting process does not change and voters may drop off voted early ballots (in the affidavit envelope) at any of the voting centers.
- List of Voting Centers
- Map of Voting Center Locations
- Identification Requirements to Vote at Voting Centers
- Background on Voting Centers
Find Out Where To Vote: http://phoenix.gov/election/pvclen.pdf
We are One Arizona, You are One Arizona
Arizona is at the center of the national debate on immigration reform. SB 1070 can lead to harassment of Latinos because of racial profiling and negative stereotyping.
Your vote is your voice to speak out against injustices against Latinos and other minorities. But, you cannot just complain about these injustices – you must act now.
Act now by registering to vote, and signing up for the Permanent Early Voting List.
Getting on the PEVL means a ballot is mailed to your mailbox. Then vote early.
By joining with hundreds of thousands of other voters, you can make a difference.
Join One Arizona in creating a positive future for Arizona.
You can register to vote on ServiceArizona on the REGISTER button at top of this page. You can also add your name to the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL), even if you are already registered.
Voter qualifications, identification needed, or request registration form.
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