What should I expect prior to the election?

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

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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?