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Did you know you can vote before Election Day? Voters can obtain and cast their ballot starting 27 days prior to every election. Learn more about the basics, how votes are counted, cybersecurity and more.

How Voting Works

Election day is always held on a Tuesday and voting locations are open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. There are different types of voting methods, depending on the voter's county and the election taking place. Learn more about polling places, vote centers, military voters, disability rights, registration statuses and more. Don't forget, identification is required on Election Day.

How Government Works

There are different levels of government and each can have its own set of rules and laws. Learn more about the different branches of government in Arizona below.

Civic Education Resources

Civics, as a field of study, is the research of rights and obligations of citizens in society. The aim of civic engagement is to improve the quality of life for our communities & to alleviate public concerns. Learn more about you can help with the below resources.

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