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It’s Time To Vote!


Vote on
Tuesday, November 6

Arizonans are voting in record numbers this year. Join your friends and neighbors — cast your vote to make your voice heard. Voting is easy! Use this site to find out how to cast your ballot.

Get Ready to Vote

Vote on Election Day

Arizonans are voting in record numbers this election. Polls are open 6AM – 7PM.

Enter your address below to find your polling place, or just text VOTE to 69866 to receive your polling place via text message.


What to Bring to the Polls

Return your mail-in Ballot

The recommended date to return a ballot by mail has passed, but you can still have your vote counted by returning your ballot in person. You can drop your ballot off at any polling place in your county on Election Day. Your ballot must be received at the County Recorder by November 6 at 7 p.m. And if you haven’t received your ballot yet (or if you’ve lost or ruined your ballot), go vote in person on Election Day! As soon as the county confirms that you haven’t voted twice, your vote will be counted.


Learn More

Vote on Election Day

Arizonans are voting in record numbers this election. Polls are open 6AM – 7PM.

Enter your address below to find your polling place, or just text VOTE to 69866 to receive your polling place via text message.


What to Bring to the Polls

Return your mail-in Ballot

The recommended date to return a ballot by mail has passed, but you can still have your vote counted by returning your ballot in person. You can drop your ballot off at any polling place in your county on Election Day. Your ballot must be received at the County Recorder by November 6 at 7 p.m. And if you haven’t received your ballot yet (or if you’ve lost or ruined your ballot), go vote in person on Election Day! As soon as the county confirms that you haven’t voted twice, your vote will be counted.


Learn More

Questions? Call:

1-833-AZ-VOTES

(1-833-298-6837)