Stay informed, exercise your right to vote.
We’ve answered your frequently asked questions to help you be a more informed voter. You can also learn about your Representatives or how to make your voice heard at the Arizona legislature through the Request to Speak system. Go beyond voting, learn to write letters comment on bills through Civic Engagement Beyond Voting (CEBV).
Frequently Asked Questions
|Where can I register to Vote?||Service Arizona|
|Who are my elected officials?||Find out who represents you|
|How can I sign a petition?||Sign Candidate Petitions|
|How can I vote by mail (PEVL)?||Get your ballot by mail|
|How do I verify that I am on the PEVL?||PEVL Status|
|How do I check the status of my ballot?||Text and email subscription|
|Where’s my polling place?||Polling Place Locator|
|What district and precinct am I in?||District Locator|
|When is the next election?||Election Calendar|
|How do I verify that I can vote?||Check your ballot status|
|How do I access my voter ID card?||View your voter ID card|
|Where can I see campaign finance reports?||Campaign finance documents|
Maricopa County Recorders Office
The Maricopa County Recorder’s Office helps residents in the nation’s fastest-growing county exercise their right to vote by administering elections for cities, towns, school districts, and special districts. Stay informed. Make a Plan. Vote. Learn More.
Arizona Clean Elections
The Citizens Clean Elections Act, passed by voters in 1998, is administered by a five-member, non-partisan Commission. The Act established a system for voter education, clean funding for candidate campaigns, and campaign finance enforcement. The purpose of the Act is to restore citizen participation and confidence in our political system, improve the integrity of the Arizona State government and promote freedom of speech under the U.S. and Arizona Constitutions. Learn More.
Arizona Secretary of State
The Secretary of State serves as the chief election officer in the state of Arizona, which includes oversight of campaign finance for statewide and legislative candidates, verifying initiatives and referenda for the ballot, and certifying the official results of each election. Learn More.
City of Chandler Voter Information
City of Chandler Election and Voter Information. Learn More.
Town of Gilbert Voter Information
Town of Gilbert Election and Voter Information. Learn More.
Civic Engagement Beyond Voting is a grassroots nonpartisan organization working to empower Arizona residents to exercise their voices at the state level, and the only Indivisible group in Arizona that is 100% focused on the state legislature. Learn More.