Midterm Voting In Arizona: Here Is Your 2018 Arizona Voter Guide

Election day is here! Voters across Arizona will have the opportunity to cast their vote on many issues and vote for new candidates for a variety of positions. 

AM I REGISTERED TO VOTE?


WHAT TIMES ARE POLLING LOCATIONS OPEN: 

  • Arizona: 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.


WHO ARE THE CANDIDATES?

  • The Arizona Clean Elections Commission has voter guide, which includes candidate statements and basic voting information. Nothing here is partisan... all facts. 


WHAT'S MY BALLOT STATUS?

  • Did you sign up for early voting and submitted your ballot... now you're wondering if it got counted? You can CHECK HERE.


WHERE IS MY POLLING LOCATION?

Voters registered in Arizona can look up where to vote on Arizona's site or at GetToThePolls.com.


WHAT DO I BRING TO MY POLLING LOCATION?

You WILL need to show ID to vote on election day. This is either ONE photo ID or TWO non-photo ID. Your ID must bear your name and address.

  • Acceptable forms of valid (non-expired) photo ID include (present 1): Arizona driver's license; Arizona non-driver's identification; tribal enrollment card or other form of tribal identification; US federal, state or local government-issued identification. Acceptable forms of non-photo ID include (present 2, showing your current name and address): utility bill dated within 90 days of the election; bank or credit union statement dated within 90 days of the election; valid Arizona vehicle registration; Indian census card; property tax statement; tribal enrollment card or other form of tribal identification; Arizona vehicle insurance card; recorder's certificate; valid US federal, state, or local government issued identification, including a voter registration card issued by the County Recorder; or any mailing to the elector marked "Official Election Material".
  • If you are unable to produce 1 photo ID or 2 non-photo IDs, you may show: any valid photo ID with an address that does not match the precinct register accompanied by a non-photo ID with an address that matches the precinct register; US Passport without address and one valid item of non-photo ID; or US Military ID without address and one valid item of non-photo ID.
  • Voters without ID: If you are unable to provide ID, you will be able to vote a conditional provisional ballot. Conditional provisional ballots are counted only if you present ID at your polling location before 7:00 pm on Election Day or at the county elections office within five (5) business days after a general election and three (3) business days after any other election.

WHAT IF I CAN'T MAKE IT TO MY POLLING LOCATION?

Don't stress! Voters still have an opportunity to cast their ballots at one of the county's emergency voting locations as well! The full list can be found here.

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