Voter Center

Be a voter!

Your ballot allows you to vote for a wide variety of elected offices, such as Governor, US Senators, members of the Arizona Legislature, various county offices, school board members, AND BALLOT MEASURES, which is how you as a voter can amend the Arizona Constitution, create new laws, or pass or stop laws passed by the Arizona legislature

Election Day is November 6th!

 

Emergency Voting

In Maricopa and Pima counties, there are “emergency” vote centers open on Saturday, November 3 and Monday, November 5. In these counties, emergency voting is open to EVERYONE - you do not need to show that it is an emergency. Drop your ballot off or vote in person.

In other counties, emergency voting is limited to people who cannot make it on Election Day due to illness or other unexpected circumstances.

 Maricopa

Open Saturday, Nov 3rd and Monday, Nov 5th.

Maricopa County

 Pima

Open Saturday, Nov 3rd and Monday, Nov 5th.

Pima County

 All Other Counties

Limited to illness and other unexpected circumstances. Check with your county recorder

All Other Counties

 Voters with a Disability!

Options and resources are available to assist voters who have disabilities,hearing or visual impairments, or mobility concerns.

Find Resources

 ID at the Polls

If you choose to vote on Election Day, you will need a current photo ID (valid AZ driver’s license or non-operating ID card; tribal ID card; valid government issued ID) or two pieces of non-photo ID, such as a recent bank statement or utility bill. You DO NOT need these IDs to vote early.

Check the lists to be sure you bring sufficient ID

Check List

 Get Information on Ballot Initiatives

There are multiple ballot initiatives on the ballot this year. Take a look at at AZBallotGuide.com for more information about these initiatives.

Check out the Ballot Guide