Forms and Deadlines
By Mail: Postmarked twenty-nine (29) days before Election Day
In-Person: Twenty-nine (29) days before Election Day
Voters can register to vote or update their information ONLINE. To register online, voters must have a valid Arizona Driver's License or non-driver State ID.
Twenty-nine (29) days before Election Day
Election Day Registration
Currently, voters are NOT permitted to register to vote on Election Day.
Ask your state representatives to pass legislation which will allow voters to register at their polling place on Election Day.
Currently, voters are NOT automatically registered to vote.
Ask your state representatives to pass legislation which will automatically register eligible Kentucky residents to vote when they apply for a driver's license or interact with other state agencies.
Can you preregister?
LIMITED. Voters who will be eighteen (18) on or before the next Election may register to vote.
Ask your state representatives to pass legislation that will permit eligible voters to pre-register to vote after they turn sixteen (16) as well as automatically pre-register them to vote if they apply for a driver's license.
Have you moved?
If a registered voter has moved within the state of Arizona but has not updated their voter registration information.
Voters should vote at the assigned location for their new address. The new polling place will not have them on its roster, but they will be able to vote using a provisional ballot. The new address you provide on the provisional ballot will automatically update your voter information for future elections.
Click HERE to find your polling place.
Address Confidentiality Program
Voters who are members of the ACP may choose to keep their address confidential and use their ACP address when registering to vote. Voters can go HERE for more information on registering, or how to join the program.
ID required to vote?
PHOTO ID REQUIRED. Voters must present either one (1) form of photo ID or two (2) forms of non-photo ID from from an approved list. A voter without ID may vote a provisional ballot, but must return to the polling place on Election Day or go to a County Election Office within five (5) days to prove their identity. Click HERE for more info.
YES. Arizona is a No-Excuse Absentee Voting state which means all registered voters can request an absentee ballot.
Voters may request an absentee ballot for a single Election or be put of a Permanent Early Voting List when they register to vote or update their registration info on a paper form or ONLINE. For more info on absentee voting, voters can contact their County Election Officials.
Received by the second Friday before Election Day,
YES. Arizona is a No-Excuse Absentee Voting state which allows all registered voters to Vote-by-Mail if they choose.
See ABSENTEE VOTING for more info.
YES. All registered voters may early vote In-Person. Check with your County Election Officials for hours and locations.
BEGINS: Twenty-six (26) days before Election Day.
ENDS: 5:00pm on the Friday before Election Day.
NOTE: Early ballots can be also dropped off at any polling place WITHIN the voter's county during this period.
Primary Election Rules
STATE-LEVEL & CONGRESSIONAL PRIMARIES
• Voters who are registered as nonpartisan/independent may vote any party's ballot EXCEPT Libertarian.
• ONLY voters registered as Libertarian may vote for a Libertarian candidate.
• Voters registered in a recognized political party may only vote their party's ballot.
Voters must be affiliated with a particular party to vote in its primary.
Youth Vote in Primary?
NO. Contact your state representatives and ask them to allow all voters who will be eighteen (18) on or before any Election to vote in the preceding Primary Election.
Students from out-of-state attending college in Arizona, or students who already live in Arizona but attend college in another part of the state should visit the:
For more info on registering to vote and voting, Military and Overseas voters can go to the:
Voters convicted of their FIRST felony in an Arizona or Federal court will have their right to vote automatically restored after:
- completing their term of incarceration
- completing their parole
- completing their probation
- paying all court costs, fines, and/or restitution
NOTE: Voters convicted of two or more felonies must wait TWO (2) years before applying to have their rights restored.
• Voters who lost their right to vote MUST re-register to vote.
• For more assistance, voters can use the Campaign Legal Center's website to Restore Your Vote.
Have a disability?
NOTE: Voters with disabilities can request assistance to register to vote with 72 hours notice to their County Election Office.