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Arizona is one of the six battleground states that will be most important to delivering the White House, Senate, and wins up and down the ballot on November 3. Here’s how you can help.

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Did you vote in Arizona?

Double-check your ballot ASAP and make sure there are no errors with your ballot or issues with your signature. You have until TUESDAY 11/10 to correct errors and make sure your ballot is counted. Check your ballot status here, and if you have any questions, call: 1-833-868-3429

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About This State

The Grand Canyon might be one of the seven wonders of the natural world, but we spy one of the wonders of the voting world reading this page right now. Admit it, that line doesn't NOT work. This is a big year for Arizona and you have a Senate race that’s heating up. But it’s a dry heat. Here’s everything you need to know to be a voter in the Copper State this year.

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Road to Win

Electoral College Votes

11

Delegates for the DNC

67

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MAKE A PLAN

Whether you’re voting by mail or in person, what’s important is making a plan to do it as early as possible.

Key Dates

Oct 7 – Oct 30

Early Voting

Nov 3

General Election

What to know before you vote

  • How do I make sure I’m registered?

    Registered before? Double-check your registration to make sure your registration is still valid.

    Verify Your Registration
  • Can I register the same day I want to vote?

    Sadly no, and the registration deadline in Arizona for the general election has passed.

  • Can I still vote by mail?

    We’re past the recommended deadline from USPS for voters to send back their ballots to ensure they are delivered by Election Day. If you still have your mail ballot, drop it off in person. Find out where you can drop it off below.

Cast Your Mail Ballot

  • How do I return my ballot and how do I make sure it’s counted?

    We’re past the recommended deadline from USPS for voters to send back their ballots to ensure they are delivered by Election Day. If you still have your mail ballot, drop it off in person.

    When filling out your ballot, make sure to double-check the instructions to make sure you fill out the ballot correctly--check to see if your ballot requires using a pen with black or blue ink, a signature on the envelope, any witness requirements and postage, if necessary.

    In Arizona, you don't need to include a form of ID with your mail ballot request unless you are registering and voting for the first time. The signature on your ballot must match your other signatures on file.

    Learn about alternative return options below.

  • Does my state require my ballot to be postmarked or delivered by Election Day?

    Your ballot-by-mail must be delivered and received by county election officials by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.

  • What are my non-mail ballot return options?

    You may drop off your ballot at any ballot drop box, dropoff location, early voting location or Election Day voting location in your county on or before Election Day. A family member, household member or caregiver may return an absentee ballot on behalf of a voter. Ballots must be received by county election officials by 7:00 PM on Election Day. Find your voting and dropoff locations here:

    Arizona Voting Locations
  • Can I track my ballot?

    Yes, you can track the status of your ballot here:

    Voters in Maricopa County can receive automatic updates on their ballot status via text. Text the word "JOIN" to 628-683 or visit TextSignUp.Maricopa.Vote to subscribe. Otherwise, go to this website.

    Track Your Ballot

Vote by Mail: What If?

  • What if I request a vote by mail ballot but I decide I want to vote in person instead?

    If you decide you want to vote in person, you can go to your polling place on Election Day. Once the county confirms that you have not sent in a mail-in ballot, your in-person vote will be counted. You should expect to cast a provisional ballot. Do not mail a ballot and also vote in person.

  • What if I still haven't received my ballot?

    If you’ve requested your ballot, but you still haven’t received it at least 14 days before the election, you can track the status of your ballot. If it arrives before Election Day, you can drop it off in-person at any ballot drop box, drop-off location, early voting location or Election Day voting location in your county on or before Election Day. You can also request a replacement ballot in person at your county elections office. If you still don’t receive it before Election Day, you can go to your polling place and once the county confirms you have not sent in a mail ballot, they will count your in-person vote. Do not mail a ballot and also vote in person.

Voting In-Person

  • Can I vote early in person?

    If you decide to vote in person, early voting is the safest option--lines will be shorter and allow for easier social distancing. In-person early voting will begin in Arizona on October 7th and ends on October 30th. There is also an emergency voting period between October 31 and November 2. It is not required in each county and is up to the discretion of each county’s Board of Supervisors. For this emergency voting period, an "emergency" means "any unforeseen circumstance that would prevent the voter from voting at the polls" on Election Day. This is for voters "who experience an emergency between 5:00 p.m. on the Friday preceding the election and 5:00 p.m. on the Monday preceding the election."

    Find out where you can vote early in person here:

    Arizona Early Voting
  • What if I want to vote in-person on Election Day?

    If you are voting on Election Day, wear a mask and keep an appropriate social distance from fellow voters. If you are in line before polls close, do not leave. You legally must be permitted to vote. If you witness any incidents of voter suppression, contact 1-833-DEM-VOTE (1-833-336-8683). Find your polling place options here:

    Polling Place Locations
  • Do I need an ID to vote in person?

    Registered voters in Arizona need to confirm their identity when they vote in person. There are several forms of identification you can use, either a form of photo ID or two forms of identification without a photo.

    Learn more about acceptable forms of ID, check for updates and learn more about your state's voter ID laws here:

    Arizona VoteRiders
  • How do I find out where I go to vote?

    Our Make a Plan tool will have up-to-date information on your voting locations (and ballot drop locations).

    Make a Plan

WHAT’S ON MY BALLOT?

Use our voter guide to see who and what will be on the ballot when you vote. States are finalizing who and what are on your ballot this year. You can use this tool to check and see if your ballot is available. Your full ballot will be available by October 8.

Races To Watch

  • House
  • Senate

Resources

  • If you run into any issues while voting, call 1-833-DEM-VOTE (1-833-336-8683), a voter hotline is monitored 24/7/365 with voting experts who are ready to field questions pertaining to felon disenfranchisement, voter purging, poll worker misconduct, voter machines, accessibility, and more.

    Learn More
  • Need to show Voter ID? Not sure what kind? Get the specifics in your state here.

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