Today is deadline to request mail ballot, arrange for remote voting from hospitals, nursing homes

Maricopa County election officials hope that changing arrows to ovals on ballots will make voting more familiar to voters because of their resemblance to surveys and standardized academic tests. /Photo courtesy of Maricopa County Elections Department

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Today at 5 p.m is the deadline to request a ballot. Special election boards help Arizonans in hospitals or a long- term care facility, and anyone with a severe illness or disability, cast their ballots. Board members make in-person visits and conduct video conferences to ensure the right to vote is respected.

There’s still a chance to request the help of a special election board through Nov. 2 – the day before Election Day – if a voter can show that an emergency prevented them from asking earlier, Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes said. But that help is not guaranteed after [today], officials warned. 


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