ARIZONA

Requirements to vote:

  • 18 years old on or by Election Day.

  • US citizen.

  • Resident of Arizona and your county.

  • Not be a convicted felon unless you have had your civil rights restored. For a first-time felony conviction, civil rights are automatically restored upon completion of a person's sentence and payment of any fines and restitution.

  • Not be adjudicated incapacitated by a court of law.


How do I register?

  • In the state of Arizona, you can register via mail, in person, or at the polls on Election Day.

  • To register online, go to http://servicearizona.com/voterRegistration?popularclick if you have an Arizona Driver License and/or an Arizona non-operating ID card issued by the Motor Vehicle Division.

    • The deadline to register online is 29 days before Election Day.

  • To register via mail, you can print a form online or request that your form be mailed to you by your County Recorder. After completing the form, mail it to your county recorder’s office. You can find your county recorder’s office at: https://azsos.gov/elections/voting-election/contact-information-county-election-officials

    • Your form must be postmarked 29 days before Election Day.

  • To register in-person, you can go to your county recorder’s office and fill out a form.

    • The deadline to register in person is 29 days before Election Day.

  • You do not need to be affiliated with a party to vote in the general election, but you must register with a party in order to vote in a presidential primary election. However, you can vote in both the primary and general state election.

  • If you have legally changed your name, moved to a new address, or want to change your party affiliation, you must update your voter registration either through the online system at http://servicearizona.com/voterRegistration?popularclick, mailing a new registration form to your county recorder, or filling out a new form in person at your county recorder’s office.

    • The deadline to update your information is 29 days before Election Day.

  • If you are a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking who would like your voter registration information to be confidential, you should enroll in the Address Confidentiality Program. You can learn more about ACP and how to enroll here: https://azsos.gov/services/acp. If you are in this program, you should register to vote through their services, not through the online portal, via mail, or in person at a county recorder’s office. If you register through ACP, your real address will not appear on any public voter checklists.


Can I pre-register?

  • No.

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