The polls have opened in Arizona on Nov. 6 for the 2018 General Election.
— Veronica Acosta (@VeronicacostaTV) November 6, 2018
With voting, you will inevitably encounter many questions including - When is the deadline to vote by mail? Where is my polling place? What do I need to bring to the polls?
To help ease some of the voting day stress, here's KGUN9's official guide for everything you need to know leading up to election day.
When is the 2018 Arizona General Election?
The election takes place on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018.
When are the polls open on Election Day?
All polling places are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Where is my polling place?
To find your polling place, click here.
What do I need to bring to the polls?
Voters must have an Arizona driver's license, a valid Arizona non-operating identification card, a tribal enrollment card, or a valid U.S. federal, state, or local government issued identification. If you do not have anything listed above, click here for other options.
When are early ballots due in the mail?
To ensure the ballot reaches the Pima County Recorder's Office by election day, vote by mail ballots are due Wednesday, Oct. 31. If you would like to track the status of your ballot, click here.
If you haven't mailed your ballot yet, you can drop it off at any early voting site before Election Day, or at any polling place on Election Day.
Where are the early voting sites located?
What if I'm not registered to vote? Can I still vote in the 2018 election?
The deadline to register for the 2018 General Election in Arizona has passed. If you're interested in registering for the 2020 election season, visit servicearizona.com.
If I have additional questions, who do I contact?
For any other questions about voter registration, call the Secretary of State at 602-542-8683 or toll free within Arizona at (877) THE-VOTE. You can also access Service Arizona's FAQ.
Voting information provided by Service Arizona
Stay with KGUN9.com for all election results as they become available on Nov. 6.