Voter Registration Requirements

  • You need to be a United States citizen.
  • You need to be 18 or older on Election Day.
  • You need to be a resident of Arizona at least 29 days before the election.
  • You need to be able to write your name or make your mark, unless a physical disability prevents you from doing so.
  • You can't have been convicted of treason or felony, unless your civil rights have been restored.
  • You can't have been adjudicated as an incapacitated person.
  • If you're a first-time voter who registers by mail, you're required to submit proof of identification either at the time of registration or when you vote. You can include a copy of your identification with your registration form today! Acceptable forms of ID include: a current utility bill, bank statement, valid photo ID, government check, paycheck, or other government document that shows your name and address.
Don't forget -- your state may have additional ID requirements when you go to the polls.

If you have additional questions about voting in Arizona, please contact:

Election Information: (602)-542-8683

Registration Deadline

  • Postmarked by: 29 days before Election Day.

Felony Information

Under Arizona law, if you've been convicted of a single felony for the first time, you may register and vote when you are unconditionally discharged from probation or imprisonment, which includes paying any fine or restitution you owe. If you've been convicted of more than one felony, you must petition the court that sentenced you to have your rights restored. If you have been convicted for more than one felony and were only subject to probation, you can immediately petition the court after you've been unconditionally discharged from your probation. If you have been imprisoned, however, you must wait 2 years after you've been unconditionally discharged from your sentence, which also includes probation and payment of any fines or restitution. Under all circumstances, you must submit a new voter registration form even if you were registered prior to your felony conviction. For more information, contact the Arizona Secretary of State.

Information for Students

  • You must be a resident of the state in which you register and vote. If you're a student from Arizona who attends school in another state, you may need to determine whether you're an Arizona resident or a resident of the state where you attend school. The important thing to keep in mind is that you can only cast your vote in one state.
  • Here's what Arizona says about residency: Under Arizona law, a "resident" is a person who has actual physical presence in the state and intends to remain there. You must have been a resident for at least 29 days before the election, and you can have only one residence.
  • If you determine you're an Arizona resident, but will not be present in this state or will be away from your home district on Election Day, be sure to check the absentee ballot application requirements and deadlines. In addition, Arizona residents who attend school in-state, but in a different election district, may be eligible to register and vote in the election district where they live while attending school.
  • To determine whether you're a resident of a different state where you attend school, be sure to check that state's residency requirements.

Identification Information

Arizona says that you need to bring ONE of the following forms of identification:
  • Identification that bears your name, address, and photograph; or
  • Two different forms of identification that bear your name and address; or
  • One form of acceptable photo identification with one form of non-photo identification that bears your name and address

Same Day Registration

No

Early Voting Information

In Arizona, you don't have to wait until Election Day to vote. You can skip Election Day lines and vote early at a time that's convenient for you.


Vote Early in Person


All voters in Arizona can vote in person before Election Day at designated early voting locations 26 days before Election Day.

Vote Early by Mail


You can also vote before Election Day by completing an Early Ballot and submitting it by mail.

First, contact your County Recorder's office in person, by mail, or by phone and request an Early Ballot. In certain counties, voters may request an Early Ballot on the County Recorder's website. Your County Recorder's office must receive your request by 5:00 p.m. on the second Friday before the election.

Your County Recorder's office must receive your completed Early Ballot by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.


Secretary of State