Last day to register for primary election July 5; early voting begins July 6

By Ananya Tiwari |Arizona Republic

Arizona will hold its primary election Aug. 2, along with the states of Kansas, Michigan, Missouri and Washington. Arizona’s general election is Nov. 8, at the same time as the rest of the nation. 

On the ballot in Arizona are races for the U.S. Senate and U.S. House, governor, secretary of state, attorney general, treasurer, superintendent of public instruction, corporation commission and mine inspector. All 90 seats in the Legislature are on the ballot this year and many cities and towns also are holding elections.

What are the deadlines for voting in the election? 

July 5: Last day to register for the primary election. Voter registration forms must be submitted by 11.59 p.m. July 5. 

July 6: Early voting begins and ballots are mailed; early voting locations and drop-boxes become available. 

July 22: Last day to request a ballot in the mail.

July 26: Last day to mail back your ballot.

August 2: Primary election day. 

Oct. 11: Deadline to register to vote for the general election.

How do I register to vote in Arizona or check my voter registration status? 


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