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Register to Vote

Step 1: Register to Vote
Click the button above to register online. If you are unable to register online, download and print the voter registration form or ask your county election official to mail a form to you. Follow the instructions and return it to your county election office.


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Step 2: Sign Up to Vote by Mail if You Are Eligible
Vote-by-mail options are only available for those who meet specific requirements, such as work schedule, absence from the county on Election Day, or immobility due to advanced age or physical disability. Click above to review Alabama’s eligibility requirements for voting absentee. If you are eligible, download the form for your county, fill it out, and return it to your Absentee Election Manager’s office.
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Step 2: Sign Up to Vote by Mail
Any Florida voter can cast an absentee ballot instead of voting in person. Use the button above to request your absentee ballot.
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If you’re going to college and have a physical address in the state where your college is located, you may choose to register in either your college state or your home state. (Pick one!) Here are the states where your vote counts most: AZ, CA, GA, MI, MT, NC, NV, NY, OH, PA, WI.

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Next Arizona Election
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VOTERIZER IMPORTANT NOTES:

Arizona will hold its Consolidated Election on May 21, followed by the State Primary on July 30 for US congressional and state legislative positions. Click here for the full 2024 election calendar.

Registration
– To vote in state, county, and local elections, you must submit a valid proof of citizenship with your registration form. If you do not submit proof of citizenship, you will be eligible to vote only for federal offices and not the full ballot until you provide a valid proof of citizenship to your County Recorder’s office. Click here for more information about Arizona’s proof of citizenship requirements.
– April 22 is the last day to register for the May 21 Consolidated Election. July 1 is the last day to register for the July 30 State Primary.
– A mailed paper registration form is deemed to be received in time for an election if 1) the form is dated on or before the voter registration deadline and received by your county election official within five calendar days after the voter registration deadline, or 2) if the form is postmarked on or before the voter registration deadline and received by your county election official by 7 pm on Election Day.

Absentee / Vote-by-Mail Ballots
– Arizona maintains an Active Early Voting List (AEVL). Voters on the list are automatically sent a ballot-by-mail for all elections in which they are eligible to vote. You can sign up for the list when you register to vote, or you can update your registration to get on the AEVL. You can also download the ballot-by-mail & active early voting list request form and submit your request by mail.
– There is no deadline to sign up for the AEVL, but to get a ballot-by-mail for an upcoming election, you must sign up at least 11 days before Election Day.
– If you do not want to sign up for the AEVL, you can request a one-time ballot-by-mail online, download a form to submit your request by mail, or call your county election office. Your ballot request must be received by 5 pm on Friday, May 10, at 5 pm for the May 21 Consolidated Election and by Friday, July 19, for the State Primary.
Ballot Return Deadline: Completed ballots must be received by your county election official or at a drop-off location by 7 pm on Election Day. The USPS recommends mailing your ballot back at least 7 days before Election Day.
Ballot Status: Track the status of your absentee ballot here.

Early Voting
– Wednesday, April 24, through Friday, May 17, is the early voting period for the May 21 Consolidated Election. Check your county election office for your early voting times, and locations.
– Wednesday, July 3, through Friday, July 26, is the early voting period for the July 30 State Primary.

Additional Information
Voter Hotline: If you have additional questions about voter registration deadlines, requesting absentee or mail-in ballots, or how to vote in person during early voting or on Election Day, call or text 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683) to speak with a trained Election Protection volunteer.
Voter ID: If you need help getting an ID, visit VoteRiders.org or call or text 1-866-ID-2-VOTE.
Get a Free Ride: For a free ride to the polls and home again, visit Rideshare2Vote or call 888-977-2250. From the website, you can use the online request form or download the mobile Rideshare2vote app for your phone – just like Uber or Lyft, except it’s FREE.
Registration Check: Want to have Resistbot check your voter registration for you every month? Text CHECK to 50409 and follow the prompts.

VOTERIZER IMPORTANT NOTES:

Arizona will hold its Consolidated Election on May 21, followed by the State Primary on July 30 for US congressional and state legislative positions. Click here for the full 2024 election calendar.

Registration
– To vote in state, county, and local elections, you must submit a valid proof of citizenship with your registration form. If you do not submit proof of citizenship, you will be eligible to vote only for federal offices and not the full ballot until you provide a valid proof of citizenship to your County Recorder’s office. Click here for more information about Arizona’s proof of citizenship requirements.
– April 22 is the last day to register for the May 21 Consolidated Election. July 1 is the last day to register for the July 30 State Primary.
– A mailed paper registration form is deemed to be received in time for an election if 1) the form is dated on or before the voter registration deadline and received by your county election official within five calendar days after the voter registration deadline, or 2) if the form is postmarked on or before the voter registration deadline and received by your county election official by 7 pm on Election Day.

Absentee / Vote-by-Mail Ballots
– Arizona maintains an Active Early Voting List (AEVL). Voters on the list are automatically sent a ballot-by-mail for all elections in which they are eligible to vote. You can sign up for the list when you register to vote, or you can update your registration to get on the AEVL. You can also download the ballot-by-mail & active early voting list request form and submit your request by mail.
– There is no deadline to sign up for the AEVL, but to get a ballot-by-mail for an upcoming election, you must sign up at least 11 days before Election Day.
– If you do not want to sign up for the AEVL, you can request a one-time ballot-by-mail online, download a form to submit your request by mail, or call your county election office. Your ballot request must be received by 5 pm on Friday, May 10, at 5 pm for the May 21 Consolidated Election and by Friday, July 19, for the State Primary.
Ballot Return Deadline: Completed ballots must be received by your county election official or at a drop-off location by 7 pm on Election Day. The USPS recommends mailing your ballot back at least 7 days before Election Day.
Ballot Status: Track the status of your absentee ballot here.

Early Voting
– Wednesday, April 24, through Friday, May 17, is the early voting period for the May 21 Consolidated Election. Check your county election office for your early voting times, and locations.
– Wednesday, July 3, through Friday, July 26, is the early voting period for the July 30 State Primary.

Additional Information
Voter Hotline: If you have additional questions about voter registration deadlines, requesting absentee or mail-in ballots, or how to vote in person during early voting or on Election Day, call or text 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683) to speak with a trained Election Protection volunteer.
Voter ID: If you need help getting an ID, visit VoteRiders.org or call or text 1-866-ID-2-VOTE.
Get a Free Ride: For a free ride to the polls and home again, visit Rideshare2Vote or call 888-977-2250. From the website, you can use the online request form or download the mobile Rideshare2vote app for your phone – just like Uber or Lyft, except it’s FREE.
Registration Check: Want to have Resistbot check your voter registration for you every month? Text CHECK to 50409 and follow the prompts.