October 11: deadline to register to vote in the general election
October 12: Early voting begins/ballots are mailed if requested
October 28: deadline to request a ballot by mail
November 1: Last recommended day to mail back your ballot
November 4: Last day of early in-person voting
NOVEMBER 8: ELECTION DAY
Register to vote or update your current voter information online here or using a paper form by October 11, 2022, to be eligible to vote in the November general election. For more information and qualifications for registration visit the Secretary of State's website.
In-person early voting begins October 12, 2022 and is available until 5:00 p.m. on November 4, 2022, the Friday before Election Day. To request a ballot by mail or sign up for the Active Early Voter List, click here. For additional information click here.
Registered voters have two ways to get a ballot-by-mail:
Join the Active Early Voting List online here. Or complete the AEVL request form and mail, fax or scan the completed form back to your County Recorder's office.
Voters can make a one-time request to receive a ballot by mail here.
For more information about requesting a ballot by mail click here.
Use the prepaid envelope included in your ballot-by-mail package. The state recommends mailing ballots seven days before Election Day to ensure it reaches your county election officials on time, so drop your ballot in the mail by November 1.
Voters on the Active Early Voting List (AEVL) or made a one-time request for a ballot-by-mail/Early Ballot can track/verify their early ballots here.
Voters in Maricopa County can receive automatic updates on their ballot status via text. Text the word "JOIN" to 628-683 or visit TextSignUp.Maricopa.Vote to subscribe.
In-person early voting locations are available beginning 27 days before the election through the Friday before Election Day. Hours of operation may vary by location. Once announced, find your assigned polling place through the new Voter Information Portal. If you are still unable to locate your polling place you may contact your County Recorder.
Arizona's general elections will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 8. Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Voters are required to present sufficient identification to vote early in person.
Drop off your voted ballot at any ballot drop box, drop-off location, early voting site, or on Election Day a polling location in your county. Poll workers can show you where to drop off your ballot. Find all voting and drop-off locations on your county government’s website.
Whether you mail or drop off your completed ballot, all must be received by 7 p.m. on Election Day.