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You will need to complete a voter registration form, which can be obtained from most libraries, city, county, and state offices, or register online. You may also call Pinal County at 520-509-3555 to have a voter registration form mailed to you.
You must be:
In order to vote a ballot at the polling place, your name must be listed on the poll roster and you must provide one of the types of identification listed below:
Type One - Photographic identification.
This type of identification must be unexpired and valid. It must contain your photograph, your name and your current address. Your name and address must reasonably match the information on the poll roster.
Acceptable forms of identification include the following:
Type Two - Non-photographic identification.
You must present two different forms of identification from the list below. Each piece of identification must contain your name and your address and this information must reasonably match the information in the poll roster.
Acceptable forms of identification include two of the following documents:
Type Three - A combination of photo identification and other identification.
If you have a form of photographic identification that is listed under Type One above, but the address does not match the poll roster, you may combine that information with one of the valid forms of identification listed under Type Two. Valid military identification or a United States passport may also be combined with one of the forms of identification listed under Type Two.
Please note that the identification must be valid for all three types of identification. If the identification shows on its face that it has expired, then it is not a valid form of identification.
Full Ballot: A voter registrant who provides documentary proof of citizenship with their voter registration application will receive a Full Ballot. A Full Ballot is a ballot that lists all candidates and ballot measures for local, county, state and federal elections.
Acceptable Documentary Proof of Citizenship pursuant to A.R.S. § 16-166(F)
Federal Ballot: A voter registrant who has not provided documentary proof of citizenship will receive a Federal Ballot which consists of federal candidates and measures only.
Note: A voter registrant may provide acceptable documentary proof of citizenship by 5 pm on the Thursday before any election to be eligible to receive a Full Ballot and vote in all elections.
You may call Pinal County at 520-509-3555 to confirm if you are registered to vote. You will be asked questions to verify your personal information. This ensures that your confidential information will not be shared with someone other than yourself. You may also verify your registration online.
You do not need to declare a Party Preference. By not indicating a party preference, your voter registration record and voter identification card will indicate “Party Not Designated” (PND) or Other (OTH).
Arizona recognizes the following political parties for representation on ballots:
The Independent (IND) political party is not a recognized political party in Arizona. It has the same party status as Party Not Designated (PND).
Yes, Arizona is an "Open Primary" state. Independents and those voters registered with no party preference may vote for candidates of recognized parties in a Primary Election. Libertarians have their separate ballot and can only vote a Libertarian Ballot.
If you are on the Active Early Voting List (AEVL) and not a member of a recognized party, you will receive a notice from the Pinal County Recorder. 90 days prior to a Primary Election, asking which recognized party ballot you want to be mailed to you. You must respond to the notice, or you will not receive a ballot.
If you are not on the Active Early Voting List (AEVL), you will be asked which recognized party ballot you would like to receive when you vote at the poll.
You must choose a party ballot in a Primary Election.
Exception: The Presidential Preference Election (PPE) is held in either February or March in the year that the President of the United States is elected. The PPE is solely for voters registered within a specific political party to specify their preference for a candidate of their political party for the Office of President.
• Only voters registered with the participating parties can vote in the PPE.
• Participating parties will be determined closer to the election.
Your precinct is listed on your voter identification card. Polling place locations can be found online on the Pinal County Elections Department website or call Pinal County at 520-509-3555 for the location of your polling place.
You will need to complete a new voter registration form, which can be obtained from most libraries, city, county, and state offices, or register online. You may also call Pinal County at 520-509-3555 to have a voter registration application sent to you.
You should receive your voter identification card within 2 to 3 weeks after the Voter Registration Office receives your voter registration form. You may call Pinal County at 520-509-3555, if you have not received a voter identification card within that time frame, or would like to request a new card.
A Provisional Ballot is completed by a voter when any one of the following issues apply:
If the Provisional Ballot was issued due to insufficient identification, the voter has 3 days to present valid identification to any one of our Recorder's Offices after the election. Our Recorder's Offices are located in Florence, Casa Grande, Apache Junction, Maricopa, and San Tan Valley.
Based on the information provided, the Recorder's Office determines if a Provisional Ballot can be counted.
Anyone who is registered to vote in Pinal County 29 days before the election is eligible to request an early ballot. The early ballot must be received in the Recorder's office prior to 7 pm on Election Day to be counted. You may also drop off your early ballot at any polling place in Pinal County on Election Day.
Please see more Early Voting Information options.
Yes, if you are registered to vote in Pinal County within 29 days prior to an election, you can request an early ballot to be mailed to you. The early ballot must be received in the Recorder's Office prior to 7 pm on Election Day for it to be counted. You may drop off your early ballot at any one of the Pinal County Recorder's Offices located in Florence, Casa Grande, Apache Junction, Maricopa, and San Tan Valley. You may also drop off your early ballot at any polling place on Election Day.
Early ballots can be requested by:
A voter may complete a request to be placed on the Active Early Voting List which allows a voter to automatically receive an early ballot in the mail for any election in which they are eligible to vote. There is no need to contact the Recorder's Office to request an early ballot. The mailing address must be within the state of Arizona.
Early Ballots are mailed 27 days before the election to those voters on the Active Early Ballot List (AEVL) and to those that requested an Early Ballot by mail, phone, website, or in person prior to the 27 days. Early ballots requested after the 27 days prior to election are mailed to the voter within 48 hours after receipt of the request.
Yes, call Pinal County at 520-509-3555 as soon as possible to notify the Voter Registration Office that you need your early ballot mailed to your temporary address. Note: Early Ballots mailed are not forwarded to temporary or new addresses.
29 Days before Election Day, unless that day falls on a federal holiday, then it is the day after.
No. Postage is pre-paid.
These requests are intended for voters who are ill, disabled, or confined and, as a result, cannot go to the polls on Election Day. Requests must be made by 5 pm on the second Friday before the election (A.R.S 16-549C). The voter has the following options: