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How & Where to Vote

Find out where to vote, how to vote, how to vote early, and how to vote by mail.

Register to Vote

Register to vote in Arizona, or learn more about voter ID & rights.

Election Details

Visit the Arizona Election Website or call (877) THE-VOTE to learn more about your states voting details.

Don’t miss your next election!

Tucson's election for council members in wards 3, 5, 6 is on November 2nd. The voter registration deadline is on October 4th. Other local jurisdictions may be holding elections this fall - contact your County Recorder for more information on local elections in your area.

You can vote in person during early voting, on Election Day or vote by mail. Your polling place hours are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. 


Presidential Primaries

Arizona holds closed primary elections. Registered voters affiliated with a particular party may only vote in its primary.

Visit Arizona Republican Party or Democratic Party sites for more details.



Statewide Primaries

Some congressional seats, state offices and constitutional amendments may be included on the ballot.

Early Voting + Absentee Voting

Early Voting Dates: County specific 

You can vote in-person at your county elections office before the election. No excuse required. In Tucson, early voting starts October 11th. Other dates may vary by county. Check with your county election's office to confirm dates for early voting during the election cycle.

To vote by mail, first you'll need to apply for mail-in ballot by October 22nd at 5 p.m. Then, when you complete your ballot it must be received by 7 p.m. on Election Day by mail or in your local drop box. Tucson recommends that you mail your ballot no later than Oct. 27th.

You may also elect to be on Arizona's Permanent Early Voting List for all elections. Submit a new registration form with this selections if it is your preference.


Voter ID + Access for Arizona

Do Voters Need ID?

  • Yes, voters need an ID
  • State or federal photo ID is required
  • First time voters need ID

More Chances to Register

Your state does not offer additional voter registration options outside of the deadlines listed above.


  • If you are 17 and will be 18 on or before the next election, you may register to vote.
Youth participation is affected by changing state legislation or party rules. If we are not up to date please let us know.

Have you been convicted of a felony?

See what the registration laws are in your state below.

Felon Re-Enfranchisement Laws

Voting and attending college?

Get information on how to vote from Campus Vote Project below.

College Student Voting Info