Voting Alternatives

2020 Primary & General Elections

Due to the coronavirus, already existing alternatives to voting at a polling place in the upcoming primary election and possibly the general election may be utilized. The best alternative is to mail your ballot. This can be accomplished by being on the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL) or requesting an early ballot. Emergency Voting Centers are also an option. They allow a person to vote at a county designated location during the weekend and the Monday preceding the election. The following list of dates and links to resources should prove useful as you make decisions on how best to cast your vote this election season.

Primary Election: August 4, 2020

Register to Vote in the Primary by: July 6, 2020

Request an Early Ballot by: July 24, 2020 (may also request to be placed on PEVL).

Ballots voted by mail must be at your county recorder's office by 7:00 p.m. on election day. County recorders strongly recommend that you place your ballot in the mail no later than six days before the election, which is Wednesday July 29, 2020 for the primary. Otherwise, you may drop-off you ballot at any polling place by 7:00 p.m. in your county on election day. Some counties permit curbside voting and drive-up ballot boxes.

General Election: November 3, 2020

Register to Vote in the General by: October 5, 2020

Request an Early Ballot by: October 23, 2020 (may also request to be placed on PEVL).

Ballots voted by mail must be at your county recorder's office by 7:00 p.m. on election day. County recorders strongly recommend that you place your ballot in the mail no later than six days before the election, which is Wednesday October 28, 2020 for the general. Otherwise, you may drop-off you ballot at any polling place by 7:00 p.m. in your county on election day. Some counties permit curbside voting and drive-up ballot boxes.

© 2020 by the Arizona State Senate Republican Caucus.

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