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To be eligible for an election you must be registered or have the changes submitted no later than twenty-nine days prior to the election.
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It is a class 6 felony to register if you do not meet the above qualifications.
When a voter registration form is completed and returned to the Voter Registration Office.
Once your registration form is accepted and processed, you will receive a voter id card in approximately 4 to 6 weeks. If you lose or misplace your voter ID card, you can call Voter Registration for a replacement.
A voter must re-register if they wish to change their name, party affiliation or residential address.
No. Re-registration is required when you change your name, residential address or party affiliation.
Arizona Revised Statutes require that registrations shall be cancelled for the following reasons:
When an item is mailed to the person registered by non-forwardable first class mail and the item is returned as undeliverable.
You may vote early by one of the following:
For more information, you may contact Voter Registration at 520-432-8354 or 520-432-8358.
You may request an early ballot by one of the following:
Requests can be taken from 93 days through 11 days prior to an election (We start mailing the ballots 26 days prior to the Election.). If you will be out of town, you may request that an early ballot be mailed to the address where you will be staying.
They, or a member of their family may request an early ballot. If they are not registered we can send a registration form and an early ballot request form.
They may request an early ballot. If necessary a volunteer will be sent to the home to assist in voting.
Yes. However, there are procedures set forth by the Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) just for overseas and military voters. For more information on the FVAP you may contact your local federal voting assistance officer or contact Voter Registration at 520-432- 8354 or 520-432-8358.
Yes, you may still vote in the General Election even if you did not vote in the Primary.
"At primary elections there shall be provided a separate ballot for each party entitle to participate in the primary." (ARS Section 16-467A)
Each "recognized" political party shall have a separate ballot at partisan primary elections. In Cochise County, the Recognized Parties are: Democrat, Republican, and Libertarian. If you are registered as one of the Recognized Parties, you shall receive your party's ballot. If you are registered as Independent, Non-Partisan or as a member of a Non-Recognized political party, you may choose one party ballot to vote. Each voter must declare one and only one party ballot.
You will be asked to vote a Provisional Ballot at the polling place if your name is not on the precinct register, and if:
You will be asked to vote a "New Residence Ballot" if:
You will be asked to vote a conditional provisional ballot at the polling place if you fail to show an acceptable ID. The only way your ballot will count is if you bring acceptable ID to the County Recorder's Office (or designated sites) by:
You must be registered to vote twenty-nine days prior to an election to be eligible to vote. You do not have to re-register if you have already registered. A sample ballot will be sent to the address on your registration form. By law, sample ballots will be sent 11 days prior to a federal, state or county primary or general election. The sample ballot will list the candidates and measures to be voted on at the election