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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.
Once your registration form is received and processed successfully, 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 at 520-432-8358 for a replacement.
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:
You may vote early by one of the following:
EARLY BALLOTS HAVE TO BE RECEIVED BY THE RECORDERS OFFICE OR DROPPED OFF AT ANY VOTE CENTER ON ELECTION DAY BY 7:00 p.m.
They may request an early ballot. If necessary a early board team 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. Visit www.fvap.gov for additional information.
Yes, you may still vote in the General Election even if you did not vote in the Primary.