What are "Conditional Provisional Ballots?"

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:

  • 5 Business days after the General Election
  • 3 Business days after any other Election

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1. Who can register to vote?
2. How do I register to vote?
3. Where are the voter registration forms available?
4. When is one registered to vote?
5. How do I obtain voter registration card?
6. When do I re-register?
7. Can I change my name or address by phone?
8. When is the last day that I can register to vote, change my name, or address?
9. When is a registration cancelled?
10. When is a voter placed on the inactive Voter Registration list?
11. How do I vote early?
12. How do I request an early ballot?
13. What should I do if I make a mistake on my early ballot?
14. I have a family member in a nursing home. How can they vote?
15. What if they are a homebound voter?
16. Can I arrange to have a ballot sent to my family member who is overseas?
17. If I did not vote in the Primary Election, can I still vote in the General Election?
18. What does Arizona's Open Primary Law mean?
19. What are Provisional Ballots?
20. What are "Conditional Provisional Ballots?"
21. What should I expect prior to the election?