Arizona Primary Election Day – What You Need To Know

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Today is Arizona’s primary election.

Voters in Maricopa County can vote at any voting site. The state’s largest county will have 210 polling locations open. All voting centers across the state will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug 2.

For voters who have not yet mailed their early ballot, election officials would like to remind them that is now too late to mail your ballots. However, voters can take their vote by mail ballots to any voting center location to drop off their early ballot. If your green envelope is sealed and signed, voters are asked to skip the line and drop off your ballot in the secure drop box that will be located at each voting location. A government ID is not necessary to drop off a completed early ballot.

To see a full list of locations, click here.

All early ballots that are dropped off on Tuesday will be verified and counted over the next week until all ballots are counted. Election officials have reported that more than 600,000 voters have already participated in the election.

The Elections Department will begin posting unofficial results starting at 8 p.m. Voters can see results here.

Voting at the Polls

All in-person voters will need to show a formal ID in order to vote in the this election. Any of the following documentation fulfills the requirements:

ONE unexpired photo ID with name and address matching elections records from this list:

  • Arizona driver license.
  • Arizona nonoperating identification license.
  • Tribal enrollment card or other form of tribal identification.
  • Federal, state or local government-issued identification.
    TWO items from the following list of non-photo documentation:
  • 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.
  • Vehicle insurance card.
  • Federal, state or local government-issued identification.
  • Voter registration card/recorder’s certification.
  • Any “official election material” mailing that has your name and address.
    ONE of the following combinations:
  • A valid picture ID from List 1 above with an address that doesn’t match registration records AND one document from List 2 with an address that matches registration records.
  • U.S. passport AND one item from List 2.
  • U.S. military ID card AND one item from List 2.

In-person voters without correct identification will be given a provisional ballot and in some cases may be required to follow up with sufficient ID before the vote will be tabulated.

For additional primary election information or state-wide polling locations, visit the Arizona Secretary of State’s office website.