There are so many options for safely casting your ballot in Arizona you are bound to find one that works for you! It is highly recommended that you get your VOTING PLAN in place and vote as soon as you possibly can.
If you or someone you know is not yet registered to vote, YOU ARE IN LUCK! The deadline to register to vote in the 2020 General Election on November 3rd has been extended to OCTOBER 23, 2020.
Please Note: Because the deadline has changed several times, it is highly recommended that you register ASAP.
Mail in and PEVL voters can log into the Arizona Secretary of State's Voter Information Portal web page to track the status of their ballot: when it was mailed to the voter, when the completed ballot was received by the County Recorders, and when the ballot was counted. How cool is that?
Link to track your ballot status: ARIZONA MAIL IN VOTING BALLOT STATUS
Arizonan are accustomed to voting by mail. Approximately 80% of voters are on the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL). During a pandemic, there are many advantages to voting early by mail.
1. No need for unnecessary coronavirus exposure by going to the polls.
2. Reduced wait times at the polls for those who like to cast their votes in person.
3. Election departments can get a head start on counting votes.
1. The following section (Tutorial: How the Handle Mail In Ballots) provides comprehensive, detailed information about the Permanent Early Voter List (PEVL) and your Mail In Ballot. DO NOT put a stamp on your pre-paid ballot envelope. Deposit your ballot in one of the drop off boxes, mail it, or drop it off at any polling location in your county.
2. Various locations around the state allow in-person early voting. Your go-to sources for correct and up-to-date information related to early voting locations in all Arizona counties is here: County Contact Information.
IMPORTANT: Early in-person voting requires a photo idea and proof of county residency.
It's Election Day and your ballot is still in your hand? No worries. On Election Day, you can either drop off your completed ballot at your assigned voting location. Did you misplace your ballot? Don't panic: go to your assigned voting location and request Provisional Ballot - the poll workers will assist you in the procedure from there.
Doris Clark explains everything you need to know about your Mail In Ballot. View the English language version of the video here:
Doris Clark explains everything you need to know about your Mail In Ballot. View the Navajo language version of the video here:
Missa Foy-Jentoft provides comprehensive, detailed information about the Permanent Early Voter List (PEVL) and your Mail In Ballot. View the video here:
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