Polls are open across the state. You can vote at your assigned local polling location OR at any major vote center (list below). To find your local polling location, enter your address here: https://recorder.maricopa.gov/pollingplace/
Note that the above web page has been temporarily unavailable at times this morning. You may see a “server error.” Keep trying — we tested it several times and found it to work, then not work, then work.
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If you are voting in person (filling out a ballot at the polling place) remember to bring your valid Arizona driver license or non-operating identification, tribal ID card or a Maricopa County Voter ID card. See what other forms of ID are accepted here.
This list of major vote centers shows locations where anyone can cast a ballot (in the event you’re unable to get to your local polling location):
If you have an early mail-in ballot that you did not mail it in, you can drop that at any polling location.
You have until 7 p.m. to cast your ballot. Additional info:
In&Out Publications asked each candidate in these races to answer a few questions:
Complete Voter Guide
Arizona Clean Elections is the primary site for voter information. To find out what’s on your ballot (candidates and propositions), see candidate bios, and learn where to vote early in person or on election day, go to www.azcleanelections.gov. Or jump straight to: