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The Secretary of State will mail a Publicity Pamphlet to each household with a registered voter prior to early voting. Visit our Elections Page for more information.
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You can obtain a registration form at:
When a registration form is completed and received by the Recorder’s Office on or before 29 days before an election. Retain the copy of the registration form as your receipt or proof of registration until you receive your voter identification card. Visit the Voter Registration Page for more information.
A voter must re-register if they wish to change their name, party affiliation or residential address.
You may obtain a new voter identification card:
“PND” means “Party not designated”. When you registered to vote, you failed to list your choice of party so that portion of your registration was left blank or “no choice made”.
To be eligible for an election you must be registered or have the changes submitted no later than twenty-nine days prior to the election. Visit the Recorder Page for further information.
Arizona Revised Statutes require that registrations shall be cancelled for the following reasons:
For further inquiries, please contact the Recorder's Office.
When an item is mailed to the person registered by non-forwardable first class mail and the item is returned as undeliverable the procedure is as follows:
If you need further assistance, please contact the Recorder's Office.
Your Vote Center / Polling Place information is located on the label of your sample ballot. You may also view “Locate Your Polling Place” through the Arizona Secretary of State’s website.
The sample ballot will be mailed no later than 11 days before the election. Voters who are on the Permanent Early Voting List (PDF) or who have requested an Early Ballot will not receive a sample ballot. For further inquiries, please contact the Recorder's Office.
On Election Day all polls open at 6 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Visit the Elections Page to learn more.
Yes, Arizona is an open primary state. Independents, No Party Designated or a member of a Non-recognized political party, may choose to vote one of the available recognized or non-partisan party ballots. Please visit the Elections Page to learn more.
“Unofficial” results will be published on Graham County’s website on election night beginning at 8 p.m. After the results are canvassed the results will become “Official”.
Yes. Visit the Elections page for more information.
Learn more on our Elections Page.
You may drop off your Early Ballot on election day at any Vote Center / Polling Place in the county. Visit the Early Voting Page for more information.
A vote for a write-in candidate will not count unless a person has filed an Official Write-In Nomination Paper with the County Election Department by the write-in deadline.