Voting

Vote By Mail: Early Voting Ballot Request

Temporary (for 2020) or permanent early voting by mail (Request.Maricopa.Vote).
You can always get your ballot early and drop it off on election day if you prefer.

Important 2020 Election Dates

July 6 . . . . . . . . .Registration deadline for the primary election
August 4. . . . . Primary Election
October 5. . . . Registration deadline for the general election
November 3 . General Election

Service Arizona

Website: Register to Vote | Sign up for the Permanent Early Voting List

Secretary of State Website

Arizona Voter Information Portal

The website tells you all the election districts you are in: County, Board of Supervisors, City, Congressional, East Valley Institute of Technology, High School, Justice of The Peace, Legislative, Maricopa Community College, Precinct, and School districts.

Arizona E-Qual: Sign a candidate petition, contribute $5 to Clean Elections candidates

Uniformed and Overseas Citizen Portal

Print a Voter ID Card
(Sign in to the portal first; it’s the fourth item under My Voter Information.)

My Early Voting
Permanent Early Voting | Request a Ballot-by-Mail | My Ballot-by-Mail Status

County Recorder Elections Office

Voter Dashboard: Check your status | Get a Digital Voter ID Card
Change Name, Address, or Party Sign up for Ballot Updates

Maricopa County Voter Guide

Gilbert Town Elections

Town Council (3 members) and Mayor. Elections – Clerk’s Office, Ballotopia

Queen Creek Town Elections

Town Council (3 members): Election – Clerk’s Office