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NOTICE: Voting locations are established by the county and are subject to change.

Note:  Your address is used solely to display your elected official information, voting dates and other district-specific information.

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What if I can't find my address in the dashboard?

If your address cannot be located in this tool, in particular for voters on tribal land or if you have a non-standard address, please visit our election detail page for your county. You will find a link to your county's list of voting locations as well as your county's contact information to assist you in finding your polling place.

What Will I See?

Enter your address to view your:

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Election Information

Election Dates & Details
What issues are on your ballot plus important deadlines for voting.

Candidate Information
Biographies and statements from candidates in your area.

Polling Place or Voting Center Location
Where to vote in-person.

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Elected Official Information

Your Elected Officials
Photos and contact information of the Arizona elected officials who currently represent you.

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Voting District Information

Congressional District
Your Senators and Representatives at the federal level.

Legislative District
Your Senators and Representatives within Arizona's state legislature.

County District
Your County Board of Supervisors.

City District
Your City Council member.

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  • When & Where
    to Vote
  • What's On
    My Ballot
  • My Registration & Ballot Status
  • Elected
    Officials
  • My District
    Info


Where to Vote


  • Early
  • Drop Boxes
  • On Election Day
REQUEST AN EARLY BALLOT
Want to get a ballot mailed to you?

Call your county recorder to request one.

NOTE: If you are already registered to receive your ballot in the mail, (which means you are on the Permanent Early Voting List), you will receive your ballot automatically. No action is required.

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VISIT AN EARLY VOTING LOCATION (Early voting begins on Oct. 7th)

NOTE: As an added convenience some counties will open additional early voting sites throughout the early voting period. Be sure to check the dashboard on the day you intend to vote for more possible options! Locations that state Drop Box in the title ONLY have a secure ballot drop box. In-person voting is NOT available.


WHAT IS A BALLOT DROP BOX?
A ballot drop box is a secured bin provided by County Election Officials where voters can return their voted ballot. They are located in a secure location, such as inside or in front of a federal, state, local, or tribal government building. The Election Procedures Manual details the security measures required for ballot drop boxes.

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NOTICE: Drop boxes are established by the county and are subject to change.
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ON THE BALLOT

Candidate Information


Looking for local candidate information? The Arizona Association of Counties creates a "2020 County General Election Guide". Click the button below for more information!

2020 County General Election Guide





ON THE BALLOT

Propositions

VOTER REGISTRATION & BALLOT STATUS

Check My Voter Registration

Visit the AZ Secretary of State's website to check your voter registration.

The info you will need is:
  • Your county
  • Last name
  • Date of birth
  • Voter ID number or drivers license number

Go To Website


VOTER REGISTRATION & BALLOT STATUS

Check My Ballot Status

EARLY BALLOT
Visit the AZ Secretary of State's website to check your early ballot status.

The info you will need is:
  • Your county
  • Election Date
  • Last name
  • Date of birth
  • Voter ID number or drivers license number

Go To Website

What is an early ballot?
A ballot that is received before election day. The early voting period starts 27 days prior to election day and voters can receive an early ballot through the mail or visit an onsite early voting location.

How can I get one?
When registering to vote you can request to be added to the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL) or make a one time request by contacting your county recorder.



PROVISIONAL BALLOT
If you received a provisional ballot, visit the AZ Secretary of State's website to check its status.

The info you will need is:
  • Your county
  • Election Date
  • Last name

Go To Website

What is a provisional ballot?
A provisional ballot is issued at the polling place to anyone who is not on the polling location’s roster or if the voter was unable to provide a valid form of identification.

Provisional ballots require additional verification before they can be counted. They help ensure every eligible voter only votes once.

My District Information

Below are your federal, state, county, and city districts based on the address you provided.
FEDERAL

Congressional

District:


What is this?
Your district within Arizona that allows you to vote for your U.S. Senators and U.S. Representatives who represent you in Congress at the federal level.

Offices this district applies to:

STATE

Legislative

District:


What is this?
Your district within Arizona that allows you to vote for your State Senator and State Representatives who represent you in the Arizona State Legislature.

Offices this district applies to:

COUNTY

Board of Supervisors

District:


What is this?
Your district within your county in Arizona that allows you to vote for the Supervisors who represent you in your county's Board of Supervisors.

Offices this district applies to:

CITY

City & City Council District:


What is this?
Your district within Arizona that allows you to vote for officials who represent you at the city level.

Offices this district applies to: