Your Voice Your Vote Election 2020 Guide

Key Dates and Deadlines

October, 7: Early voting begins
October, 15: Voter registration deadline
October, 23: Request absentee ballot deadline
October, 27: Latest recommended mail-in date
November, 3: In-person voting
November, 3 @ 7pm: Absentee ballot delivered by date

Register to Vote

October, 15: Voter registration deadline

The October 5th deadline was extended to the 23rd and then shortened by the courts to end on the 15th.

Absentee/Mail-In Voting

October, 23: Request absentee/mail-in ballot deadline
October 27: Latest recommended absentee/mail-in postmark by date
November 3 @ 7 PM: Absentee/mail in delivered by date

Early In-Person Voting

October, 7: Early voting begins

In-person early voting locations are available beginning 27 days before the election through the Friday before Election Day. Any eligible voter can vote early in-person at your county board of elections, starting the day after voter registration closes.

In-person Voting

Polls are open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November, 3.

You must bring ID to vote at the polls. By Arizona law (A.R.S. § 16-579(A)), there are 3 lists of IDs that tell you what you need to vote at the polls.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are my voting options if I'm a member of the armed forces or overseas?
Click here to learn how to vote if you are a member of the armed forces or are otherwise overseas.

What are my voting options if I have a disability?
Voters have several options to choose from on how they wish to obtain and cast their ballot. Voting can be done in person on election day at the polls; through mail-in ballots during the early voting period; or in person at an on-site early voting location during the early voting period. Each polling location, vote center, and onsite early voting location is required to have available an accessible voting device for use by voters with disabilities. This device is required to be set up and operational for voters at all times when voting is open. Additionally, voting locations provide handicap parking, wheelchair accessibility, and resources for those that are visually/hearing impaired. Individuals that prefer to vote from home may sign up for the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL) online or through a physical form. Alternative formats for ballots are available, including braille and large print.

Am I able to vote without having a permanent residence?
A person who does not reside at a fixed permanent or private structure shall be properly registered to vote if that person is qualified and if that person's registration address is any of the following places in the state:

  1. A homeless shelter to which the registrant regularly returns
  2. A temporary place for living that the individual is a resident of (halfway house, transitional housing, etc.)
  3. The county courthouse in the county in which the resident resides
  4. A general delivery address for a post office covering the location where the registrant is a resident