Arizona now has a law that allows a voter to place their name on a “Permanent Early Voting List”. This means that once a voter is on the list, they will receive an early ballot by mail for any election in which they are eligible to vote. Approximately 26 days prior to the specified election, a ballot will automatically be mailed to the voters on that list.
Having the ballot early allows time to review the ballot, study the issues, research the candidates and vote at one’s convenience. All voted early ballots must be received in the office of the County Recorder, other officer in charge of elections, or deposited at any polling place in the county of residence, no later than 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.
In order to be included on the “Permanent Early Voting List”, the voter must make a signed written request specifically asking their name be added to the permanent list. The request must include the voter’s name, residence address, and mailing address within the county they reside (if different from the residence address), date of birth and their signature.
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REGISTERED INDEPENDENT VOTERS CAN VOTE IN ANY PRIMARY ELECTION PROVIDED THEY HAVE REQUESTED A PARTY-PREFERENCE-BALLOT FROM THEIR COUNTY RECORDER