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Important Dates

  • February
    3 UOCAVA Ballots Mailed
  • February
    20 Voter registration deadline*
  • February
    21 Early voting begins
  • March
    8 Last day to request a ballot by mail
  • March
    12 Mail in your early ballot by
  • March
    15 Last day to vote early in person
  • March
    19 Election Day

*As of Aug 9, 2017, voter registration deadlines falling on a legal holiday or weekend move to the next immediate business day.

Presidential Preference Election?

The Presidential Preference Election (PPE), is an election in which voters can choose who they would like to be their presidential candidate in the upcoming 2024 General Election. Some states have a similar process but utilize different terminology, like a presidential primary, a presidential preference primary or many other variations. Other states hold caucuses in the months leading up to a presidential election. Caucuses are meetings organized by the recognized political parties that are conducted at the county, district, or precinct level. Depending on state and political party rules, presidential primaries and caucuses can be "closed", "open", or a hybrid of the two.

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Republican Candidates:

Biden Jr., Joseph R.

Biden Jr., Joseph R.


Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. was born on November 20, 1942, in Scranton, Pennsylvania. In 1953, the Biden family moved from Pennsylvania to Delaware. Joe Biden graduated from the University of Delaware and Syracuse Law School and served on the New Castle County Council. In 1972, at the age of 29, he was elected to the United States Senate.

Just weeks after the election, tragedy struck the Biden family. Biden's wife, Neilia, and their one-year-old daughter, Naomi, were killed and their two young sons, Joseph “Beau” III and Hunter, critically injured in a car accident. Biden took the Senate oath of office at the hospital and began commuting to Washington every day by train, a practice he maintained throughout his career in the Senate.

In 1977, Biden married Jill Jacobs. Jill Biden, who holds a doctorate (Ed.D.) in Education, has worked as an educator for over two decades. The Bidens raised three children: Beau, Hunter, and Ashley. In 2015, Beau Biden passed away from brain cancer.

As Chairman or Ranking Member of the Senate Judiciary Committee for 17 years, Biden was recognized for his work on criminal justice issues, including the landmark 1994 Crime Act and the Violence Against Women Act. As Chairman or Ranking Member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for 12 years, Biden played a pivotal role in shaping U.S. foreign policy. Biden served 36 years in the United States Senate.

In 2008, Barack Obama chose Joe Biden as his running mate. Biden served as Vice President of the United States from 2009 to 2017. As vice president, he implemented the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, advised President Obama on key foreign policy decisions, led several initiatives to reduce violence against women, and initiated the “Cancer Moonshot” program. On January 12, 2017, President Obama awarded Biden the Presidential Medal of Freedom for his decades of public service.

In 2020, Joe Biden defeated incumbent Donald Trump to become the 46th President of the United States. Biden is the oldest person to take the oath of office (78), the first president from Delaware, and the second Roman Catholic president in United States history (the first was John F. Kennedy).

During the campaign, Biden selected Kamala Harris as his running mate. Harris is the first woman, first African American, and first person of South Asian heritage to serve as Vice President of the United States.

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Cornejo, Gabriel

Cornejo, Gabriel


I’m Gabriel Cornejo. That’s Core-nay-ho. I’m running for President of the United States of America. It’s a weird thing to say, let alone type out. I never thought I’d be doing this, partly because that’s not a thing most people think about. More than that, it doesn’t sound like a fun job. I’d prefer living an uncomplicated life. I’m running because our ship is sinking, and I’d rather stop the people drilling the holes causing the leak than enjoy the music on the way down.

That’s me in a nutshell. I’m the guy who wants to be lazy but can’t fight this compulsion to make things right…or at least better.

It started with a manger. No, I wasn’t born in one, but I was raised to believe in someone that was. This person spoke of love. Spoke of caring for others. That influenced my early views on life. Being raised in a non-traditional household, with mom and grandparents trading off guard duties over me, I still gleaned that love was the motivation.

With those expressions of love, it would only be a matter of time before I’d be empowered to do the same.

“You never forget your first”. Imagine being in fifth grade, one of your friends is diagnosed with cancer and would lose their hair. Well, that was my first. My first opportunity to demonstrate care of another through action. I and 13 other classmates and teacher would shave our heads to let our friend know he wasn’t alone.

We were dubbed the “Bald Eagles”. The national spotlight came once our story was told. “Good Morning America” and “People” magazine came calling. News publications and celebrities did, too. Not because we did some complicated world-changing thing, like, say, curing caaancer. But because we did the loving thing and put our friend first.

I think about that time often. I’m proud to have been amongst such amazing human beings. Yes, my friend fully recovered and has kids now with his loving wife. I think about it now as an adult. Similar in age as they were, I try to comprehend what his parent must have been through. Your child’s health is always a concern, but our healthcare system has never been easy to work with to make matters worse.

I’d love to tell you so much more, but if I ramble on any longer, I’ll reach TLDR status…that’s Too Long Didn’t Read for the uninitiated.

Let me conclude with this. Love was taught to me, given to me, and then motivated me. This story may have been my first demonstration of love, but with your help, hopefully, it won’t be my greatest demonstration of love.

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Lozada, Frankie

Lozada, Frankie


Frankie Lozada was born and raised in Hollis, NY located in Jamaica, Queens. Frankie is a proud American with a Puerto Rican Heritage. In his upbringing, he was always taught to have good morals and values and most importantly to value education and to honor and respect his cultural traditions. In the past 15 years, he has been traveling the United States as an entrepreneur and producing various events nationwide.

​ For over a year and half, he worked with asylum-seeking families and unaccompanied minors at the Mexican border, which was an experience that completely altered his life. In addition to providing a humane and competent replacement for our flawed immigration system, he wants to enact measures that will boost the number of minority-owned businesses, minority-owned homes, and minority-educated residents.

Frankie hopes to bring a younger, fresher perspective into office so he can represent, listen and help make better decisions for our country and our future generations. Being the leader of the best country in the world is a huge level of responsibility which is why it is imperative to ensure that policies fit the needs of the people. Frankie's campaign is entirely supported by the public because he refuses to take any corporate funding, unlike any of his rivals. Instead, he would give priority to grassroots initiatives that will inspire our people to courageously speak up and fight for democracy.

In his lifetime, he has only witnessed years of poor leadership and corruption, where elected politicians raise their social classes as poverty wreaks havoc on our neighborhoods. Politicians who do not experience the hardships of the typical American do not understand the necessity of the reforms that must be performed. From the streets where he was raised all the way to the White House, Frankie Lozada is the change this nation needs. He would become the youngest and first Latino President when elected.

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Lyons, Stephen

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Campaign Information:

  • Contact Person - Stephen Lyons
  • Position - Candidate/Chairman
  • Phone - 301-802-4003
  • Email - [email protected]

Palmer, Jason Michael

Palmer, Jason Michael


Jason Michael Palmer, born December 1, 1971, has served in executive and leadership positions at multiple organizations, including Microsoft, Kaplan Education, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and a leading impact investor firm, New Markets Venture Partners. New Markets is focused exclusively on double-bottom line investments in innovative, high-impact, early and growth stage educational and labor force technology companies that improve student and worker outcomes.

Palmer has served as a trusted member of the Board of Directors for more than a dozen successful businesses, several of which have been acquired by publicly traded companies. Prior to his work with New Markets, in his service as Deputy Director at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for three years he led postsecondary innovation efforts to improve the outcomes of disadvantaged college students by investing in colleges, universities and entrepreneurs pursuing digital and adaptive learning, student coaching and advising, financial aid innovation, and employer pathways.

Prior to his work with the Gates Foundation, Palmer founded and grew three investor-backed technology and services companies, and served as a turnaround leader for three others. He has demonstrated excellence in General Manager and President-level positions leading large, diverse teams.

Palmer brings thirty years of experience in small business and multi-partisan fluency to his political endeavors. As an education technology entrepreneur, executive, and investor, he offers rare levels of expertise. His strategic mindset, stakeholder insights, and ability to leverage deep connections with industry leaders around the globe have provided a mission-critical foundation for his future work in the White House.

Jason Michael Palmer holds a B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Virginia (1994) and earned his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School (1999). He is a proud resident of Baltimore, Maryland, and a devoted father.

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Phillips, Dean

Phillips, Dean


Dean Phillips is a three-term Democratic Congressman from Minnesota running for President on a platform of relieving the economic hardship felt by working families, repairing our broken political system, and reimagining the solutions to the most intractable problems plaguing our society.

Born in St. Paul and raised in Minneapolis, Dean Phillips lost his birth father Artie in the Vietnam War. He was adopted at a young age into the Phillips family when his mother DeeDee married Eddie Phillips. He worked his way up at his family’s business Phillips Distilling and later went on to help build Talenti Gelato into a top national brand.

After Donald Trump was elected President in 2016, Dean ran for Congress in Minnesota’s 3rd District, flipping the district by 11 points as the first Democrat to win the suburban Minneapolis district in 60 years.

In Congress, Dean established his reputation as a problem solver and broke through partisan gridlock by making it a core mission to work across the aisle with Republican colleagues. He’s been recognized as the 2nd most bipartisan member of Congress, and has held leadership positions on the MENACA Subcommittee, the Small Business Committee, and Democratic Policy Communications Committee. While he worked across the aisle he never abandoned his principles, maintaining a 100% Democratic voting record.

Dean is the only member out of 535 who refuses all PAC money, lobbyist money, doesn’t give money to or receive money from other members of Congress, and doesn’t have a leadership PAC. He strongly believes we need to keep money out of politics and leads by example.

He is a fifth-generation Minnesotan, the husband of Annalise Phillips, and the father of two remarkable daughters.

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Williamson, Marianne

Williamson, Marianne


Williamson was born and raised in Houston, Texas. Her father was an immigration lawyer and her mother a stay-at-home mom. Politically her parents were liberals, which, according to Williamson, made her “deeply aware of issues of social justice.”

On her 2020 campaign website, Williamson said of her coming-of-age in the sixties and seventies: “From the cultural and spiritual revolution of that time, to the anti-war protests and political activism that marked the era, I was every bit a child of my generation.” She attended Pomona College in Claremont, California for two years before dropping out. She held a series of odd jobs during her twenties, including a cocktail waitress, office temp, and author’s assistant.

Williamson says the book A Course in Miracles sparked her interest in religion and spirituality. In 1983, she began giving non-denominational, spiritual lectures based on it. She also began working to halt the AIDS epidemic, creating nonprofits in Los Angeles and New York to provide non-medical support to people living with life-disrupting illnesses. She also founded Project Angel Food, which serves food to homebound people with AIDS in Los Angeles.

Williamson published her first book, A Return to Love in 1992. It became a bestseller after it was featured on the “Oprah Winfrey Show.” Williamson has published fourteen more books since then and gained a devoted following that includes several Hollywood celebrities.

In 2004, Williamson co-founded The Peace Alliance, which seeks to “take the work of peacebuilding and make it a national and international priority through policy and legislation, as well as embodied in our everyday lives.” She ran for Congress in 2014 as an independent in California’s 33rd congressional district. She finished fourth in the blanket primary.

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Binkley, Ryan L.

Binkley, Ryan L.


Ryan Binkley is the President and CEO of Generational Group located in Richardson, Texas. With over 300 employees, Generational focuses on business consultancy, M&A, and wealth advisory for business owners throughout North America.

Ryan and his wife, Ellie, are also founders of Create Church, a multiethnic, multigenerational church in Richardson, Texas. As lead pastor, his deep passion is to see church members of all walks of life discover and live out their purpose.

At Generational, Ryan views business as more than just a means to financial success. It’s a way to serve employees and the community. “We strive to create a culture that respects one another and one that honors God in all that we do.”

Generational gives back to the community through financial support that specifically benefits programs focused on education and multiple veteran charities.

Before starting Generational, Ryan worked in various positions at Procter & Gamble and Boston Scientific Corporation. He holds a BBA from the University of Texas and an MBA from Southern Methodist University.

Ryan and Ellie married in 1999. They have five children in various stages of school and college. They chose to adopt their youngest from South Korea, where Ellie was born before immigrating to the U.S. with her parents. It’s one more way their faith has led them to reach across boundaries, finding unity where others might see differences.

Today, Ryan is leading a new conversation. He is calling America’s leaders to return to the core values of trusting in God and each other again, caring for the hurting, leading with integrity, and bringing hope and healing to our nation.

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Castro, John Anthony

Castro, John Anthony


Meet John Anthony

Like so many Americans, John Anthony was born into a working class family who did not have the means to pay for his college or law school. Against all odds, John Anthony eventually graduated from Georgetown Law, founded his own law firm, started an Ai tech company, and is now ready to offer his leadership to his country as President of the United States.

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Christie, Chris (Publicly Withdrawn)

Christie, Chris


The son of a Korean War veteran, Christie majored in political science at the University of Delaware and graduated in 1984. He then embarked on the study of law and received a J.D. degree from Seton Hall University in 1987. Christie practiced law for more than a decade (1987–2001) at Dughi, Hewit and Palatucci (later Dughi, Hewit & Domalewski, P.C.) in Cranford, New Jersey, becoming a partner in 1993. During his time at that firm, Christie became involved in managing and fundraising for the campaigns of Republican candidates, most notably the 1992 reelection campaign of U.S. Pres. George H.W. Bush and in 1999 the successful first presidential campaign of his son George W. Bush. In 2001 the latter Bush appointed Christie U.S. attorney for the district of New Jersey. Christie received bipartisan accolades for clamping down on corruption during his nearly seven years in the position, prosecuting more than 130 public officials without losing a case.

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DeSantis, Ron (Publicly Withdrawn)

DeSantis, Ron


A native Floridian with blue-collar roots, Ron was raised in Dunedin by his mother, a nurse, and father, who installed cable boxes. He attended Dunedin High School and worked his way through Yale University, where he was the captain of the varsity baseball team. He also graduated with honors from Harvard Law School, where he earned a commission in the U.S. Navy as a JAG officer.

During his active-duty service, Ron deployed to Iraq in support of the SEAL mission in Fallujah, Ramadi and the rest of the Al Anbar province. His military decorations include the Bronze Star Medal for Meritorious Service and the Iraq Campaign Medal.

DeSantis in Military Photo Ron also served as a prosecutor in Florida, where he put child predators behind bars. He was elected to Congress in 2012 on a platform of government accountability, advocating for term limits and a balanced budget amendment.

In Congress, DeSantis spearheaded the fight to expose the weaponization of the IRS against conservatives. He also fought to hold accountable the rogue federal agencies involved in manufacturing the "Russia collusion" conspiracy theory. As a veteran, DeSantis was a champion for those who have served our country, pushing for reforms to the VA to better serve veterans and expand support for mental health.

In 2018, Ron DeSantis was elected the 46th Governor of Florida. As governor, he has fought for what's right and taken the arrows for the people he represents. During the darkest days of 2020, when the corrupt establishment, bureaucracy, and corporate media united to force lockdowns and mandates on Americans, DeSantis stood up for freedom -- even when it wasn't popular.

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Haley, Nikki

Haley, Nikki


Bamberg, South Carolina in 1972 was a place where the railroad tracks divided the town by race.

So when Nikki Haley was born – one of four children to the only Indian-American family in town – she was already an outsider. But Nikki’s mom would always say her job was not to show everyone how she was different…but how she was the same. And she would also tell her how blessed she was to live in America.

In 2004, Haley ran for the South Carolina State House against a 30-year incumbent Republican lawmaker in the primary and won. In the state legislature, she took on the old guard culture of Columbia and pushed for tax cuts and transparency when legislators in both parties voted to increase their taxpayer-funded benefits. As retaliation, the Republican leadership blackballed Haley, removed her from her committee assignments and attempted to end her career.

So she ran for Governor. And won.

In 2010, Haley was elected the 116th governor of South Carolina. She was the youngest governor in the country and first minority female governor in America.

During Governor Haley’s tenure, South Carolina was a national economic leader. Known as the “Beast of the Southeast,” the state’s unemployment rate hit a 15-year low, it saw over $20 billion in new capital investment, and her administration announced new jobs in every county in the state.

Governor Haley brought sweeping reform to South Carolina. She passed ethics reform and signed into law a bill that for the first time required lawmakers to put their votes “on the record”. She improved education and empowered parents by signing a charter school bill that expanded school choice. And she brought South Carolinians together when tragedy struck – both in the aftermath of the racially motivated murders at the Mother Emanuel Church in Charleston, and following the destruction caused by Hurricane Matthew.

The people of South Carolina decisively reelected her in 2014. Two years later, Time magazine named her one of the 100 most influential people in the world.

In 2016, President Donald Trump nominated Governor Haley to serve as the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. In that role, she also served as a member of the President’s Cabinet and on the National Security Council. As ambassador, Haley defended U.S. interests, kept our country safe, and championed human rights.

Nikki and Michael Haley met at Clemson University. Michael, a combat veteran, deployed to Afghanistan in 2013, making Nikki the first governor in U.S. history to have her spouse deployed. Michael is currently deployed overseas again for a year-long mission. The Haleys have been married for 26 years and have two children, Rena and Nalin. They also have two dogs, Bentley and Rio.

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Hutchinson, Asa (Publicly Withdrawn)

Hutchinson, Asa


Governor Asa Hutchinson is a Republican candidate for President of the United States. He served as the 46th Governor of the State of Arkansas and in his last election, he was re- elected with 65 percent of the vote, having received more votes than any other Republican candidate for governor in the State’s history.

​ Asa Hutchinson’s time as governor is distinguished by his success in securing over $700 million per year in tax cuts, safeguarding the retirement pay of veterans from state income tax, shrinking the size of state government, creating over 100,000 new jobs and leading a national initiative to increase computer science education.

​ The Governor’s career in public service began when President Ronald Reagan appointed him as the youngest U.S. Attorney in the nation for the Western District of Arkansas. In 1996, he won the first of three consecutive terms in the U.S. House of Representatives. During his third term in Congress, President George W. Bush appointed Governor Hutchinson to serve as Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration and later as the nation’s first Undersecretary of Homeland Security for Border Protection.

​ Governor Hutchinson’s experience and wealth of knowledge established him as a national resource especially in the areas of trade, energy, and national security. As President, Asa will use his experience to secure our borders, grow our economy, and increase America’s energy production.

​ January 10, 2023, marked the end of Governor Hutchinson’s second term. He is a former Chairman of the National Governors Association; Co-Chairman of the Council of Governors; and Chairman of the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission (IOGCC), Southern States Energy Board (SSEB), and the Southern Regional Education Board.

​ Governor Hutchinson grew up on a small farm near Gravette. He is a graduate of Bob Jones University and the University of Arkansas School of Law. He and his wife, Susan, have been married for 49 years, and have four children and seven grandchildren. Firm in his faith and practice, and spurred by his love of country, Governor Hutchinson looks forward to sharing his vision of consistent conservative leadership for all Americans.

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Ramaswamy, Vivek (Publicly Withdrawn)

Ramaswamy, Vivek


Vivek is an American business leader and New York Times bestselling author of Woke, Inc.: Inside Corporate America’s Social Justice Scam, along with his second book, Nation of Victims: Identity Politics, the Death of Merit, and the Path Back to Excellence, and Capitalist Punishment: How Wall Street is Using Your Money to Create a Country You Didn’t Vote For.

Left leaning media has called him one of the “intellectual godfathers of the anti-woke movement” (Politico) and the “right’s leading anti-ESG crusader” (Axios and Bloomberg). He was dubbed “The C.E.O. of Anti-Woke,” by The New Yorker. These movements are now popularized in mainstream conservative thought.

Born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, he often recounts the sage advice from his father: “If you’re going to stand out, then you might as well be outstanding.” This set the course for his life: a nationally ranked tennis player and the valedictorian of his high school, St. Xavier. He went on to graduate summa cum laude in Biology from Harvard and received his J.D. from Yale Law School, while working at a hedge fund. He then started a biotech company, Roivant Sciences, where he oversaw the development of five drugs that went on to become FDA-approved.

In 2022, he founded Strive, an Ohio-based asset management firm that directly competes with asset managers like BlackRock, State Street, Vanguard and others, who use the money of everyday citizens to advance environmental and social agendas that many citizens and capital owners disagree with.

Vivek is married to Apoorva, a throat surgeon and Assistant Professor at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. They live in Columbus, Ohio where they are raising their two sons.

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Stuckenberg, David

Stuckenberg, David


Dear American,

I need your help!

Our time to BE UNITED is now! We the People of The United States face a world of increasing danger and chaos. Only deep experience and stable leadership can return us to a place of strength. I will unify our nation and help heal divides.

I will lead a youthful results driven turn-around team to solve rather than suggest edits to problems we suffer through including: declining national security, runaway illegal immigration, economic failure, high inflation, and broken health care. You must have results. And they will be delivered because failure was never an option.

I will lead America with unity with integrity, faith, and power. We will once again hold our heads high because we are citizens of the The United States of America.

I will always put our nation’s interests first. I will never betray your trust and confidence. I will always demonstrate strength to our enemies. And I will will always safeguard our sacred U.S. Constitution.

Help is on the way!

As your nation’s protector and defender, this is my solemn pledge to you and your family,


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Trump, Donald J.

Trump, Donald J.


I left behind my former life because I could not sit by and watch career politicians continue bleeding this country dry and allow other nations to take advantage of us on trade, borders, foreign policy, and national defense. As President, I took on every powerful special interest, fixing globalist trade deals, ending foreign wars, securing the border, and standing up to Big Pharma and China. Together, we put America First and returned power to the American People.

The corrupt government cartel is once again destroying our country. We are a nation that surrendered in Afghanistan, and allowed Russia to devastate Ukraine, China to threaten Taiwan, and Iran to build a nuclear weapon. We are a nation where free speech is no longer allowed, crime is rampant like never before, terrorists are invading our southern border, and the economy is in a recession. We are a nation that is hostile to liberty, freedom, and faith.

Our populist movement to Make America Great Again is the only force on earth that will lead our country back to safety, prosperity, and peace. I will never stop fighting for you, the American People, against the failed political establishment. I take the slings and arrows for you so that we can have our country back. Together, we will finish the job of saving our country once and for all and raise the next generation of strong American Patriots and Leaders.

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Why can only Democrats or Republicans vote?

The PPE is not a primary election. This means Arizona’s open primary law does not apply to the PPE. Therefore, only voters of a participating party may vote on that party's ballot. Since only the Democratic & Republican Parties are participating in the PPE, only Democrats & Republicans can vote in the PPE.

Can I change my political affiliation so I can vote?

Yes. The voter registration deadline for the PPE is February 20, 2024. Any voter that is a registered with one of the two participating parties by that deadline can vote in the PPE.

Where do I vote?

The Voter Dashboard tool will soon be updated to find voting locations near you!

Emergency Early Voting:

Qualified electors 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 may request to vote at an emergency voting center. “Emergency” means any unforeseen circumstance that would prevent the voter from voting at the polls.

Voters should contact their county for emergency voting information.

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What Happens After the PPE?

The state parties will hold their state conventions to determine their delegates. Delegates from all of the states attend the party’s national convention, where the party winners of the Arizona PPE are then considered among the other states’ nominees. The official party candidate for President of the United States is selected to represent the party nationally, and placed on the general election ballot across the country.

National Conventions Schedule:
  1. Republican National Convention = July 15-18, 2024 in @ the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  2. Democratic National Convention = August 19-22, 2024 @ the United Center in Chicago, Illinois

How are delegates selected?

The process for selecting delegates is prescribed by each party’s bylaws. The PPE decides who the delegates vote for at the national convention.

Do the delegates have to vote for the PPE winner?

Delegates must cast their ballot for the candidate who won the PPE in Arizona unless:

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3. What if I have an emergency and can't vote on Election Day?
If a voter cannot vote during the early voting period, emergency voting is available beginning 5pm the Friday before Election Day through 5pm the Monday before Election Day. Voters must sign an affidavit under penalty of perjury that they have an emergency that prevents them from voting on Election Day (voters do not need to disclose what the emergency is).
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If you vote early by mail, ID is not required. Your signature on the early ballot affidavit is compared to your voter registration record by the County Recorder to determine if the signature is valid.

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5. How can military & overseas voters (UOCAVA) get a ballot?
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6. Do I have to vote everything on my ballot?
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