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Oct 23 - Nov 3
Early Voting Dates
Voter Registration Deadline
Absentee Ballot Request Deadline
Q: How do I register to vote?
Visit our action center to get started.
Q: Can I vote by mail?
Yes, you can vote by mail without an excuse. The deadline to request your ballot is Friday Oct 23. Ballots must be delivered by Tuesday Nov 3rd, by 7:00pm. Arizona has a deliver-by deadline, not a postmark deadline. Request your mail-in ballot
Q: Can I vote early?
Yes, you can vote early in person. The first day you can vote early in person is Wednesday Oct 7th. The last day you can vote early in person is Friday Oct 30th.
Additionally, Arizona has an emergency voting period between Saturday Oct 31st and Monday Nov 2nd. An “emergency” means “any unforeseen circumstance that would prevent the voter from voting at the polls” on Election Day. This is for voters “who experience an emergency between 5:00 p.m. on the Friday preceding the election and 5:00 p.m. on the Monday preceding the election.”
Q: Do I need an ID?
Yes, you need a photo ID to be able to vote: an Arizona driver’s license or state ID, a Tribal ID, or ID issued by a government all work. If you don’t have an ID, you can bring two of the following: a utility bill, recent bank statement, a vehicle registration or insurance card, a property tax statement, a recorder’s certificate, a voter registration card, or any mail labeled “official election material.”
Q: This is my home state, but I won't be home for this election. Can I still vote here?
Yes, you can vote by mail as long as you’re registered in this state. The deadline to request your ballot is Friday Oct 23rd. Ballots must be delivered by Tuesday Nov 3rd, by 7:00pm. Arizona has a deliver-by deadline, not a postmark deadline. Request your absentee ballot
NOW WHAT? VOTE.
When we move.
This is one of those moments when people look back and say, what did you do in 2020? In the middle of a pandemic and mass protests against racism and inequality. And we can say we marched. We had tough conversations. We wore masks. We tore down racist monuments. We ran for office. We boycotted businesses. We voted.