Will my ballot count if it is a Conditional Provisional Ballot?
  • A Conditional Provisional Ballot is issued at the polls if a voter does not present acceptable identification at the designated polling place. 
  •  In order for a Conditional Provisional Ballot to be counted, the voter must provide proof of identity to the County Recorder by 5:00 pm on:
  • The 5th business day following a General Election that includes an election for a federal office, or
  •  The 3rd business day following any election other than a General Election.
  • Pinal County Recorder’s Offices are located in Florence, Casa Grande, Apache Junction, Maricopa, and San Tan Valley. 
    See locations here.

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1. How do I register to vote?
2. What are the voter identification requirements at the polling place?
3. What type of ballot will I receive?
4. How can I verify if I am registered to vote?
5. Do I need to declare a party preference on my voter registration form?
6. Can I vote in a primary election if I am registered as an Independent (IND) or have no party preference?
7. Where do I go to vote?
8. How do I change my address, party affiliation, etc. on the voter registration records?
9. When will I receive my voter identification card?
10. I was made to vote a Provisional Ballot at the poll. What is a Provisional ballot?
11. Will my ballot count if it is a Conditional Provisional Ballot?
12. Who is qualified to vote early in an election?
13. Can I vote without going to the polling place on Election Day?
14. What does it mean to be on the Active Early Voting List?
15. When will I receive my early ballot?
16. Can I have my ballot mailed elsewhere, other than my mailing address?
17. What is the voter registration deadline?
18. Does it cost me anything to return my voted ballot by mail?
19. What can I do if I am unable to vote without assistance due to illness or disability?
20. What can I do if I am unable to go to my polling location on the day of the election due to illness or disability?