Gregory Ensell, Vice President, Government Relation
In five days, voters across the state will go to the polls to choose the elected officials who will make decisions on issues ranging from healthcare to education and from transportation to taxes. It’s critical that everyone’s voice is heard. Below, please find our check list to ensure your vote is counted.
Already voted by mail?
Technology is a great thing. You can find out if your ballot has been received and its current status on the Arizona Secretary of State’s website: https://voter.azsos.gov/VoterView/AbsenteeBallotSearch.do
Have a ballot but haven’t mailed it?
DON’T MAIL IT. It’s too late. The last day to safely return a ballot by mail was October 31st. Instead you need to drop it off at a polling place on Election Day or an early voting location before the 6th. The Citizen’s Clean Elections Commission has a helpful voting dash board that lists early voting locations you can visit before the 6th and your Election Day polling place. https://www.azcleanelections.gov/en/voter-dashboard
Voting in person?
It feels good to do somethings the old-fashioned way. In addition providing the location of your polling place the Citizen’s Clean Elections Commission website lists the candidates you’ll get to choose from and helpful information on their backgrounds and positions on key issues. https://www.azcleanelections.gov/en/voter-dashboard