Election calendar

  • October 11, 2022: Last day to register to vote for the 2022 election.
  • October 12, 2022: Early ballots mailed.
  • October 12, 2022: First day of in-person early voting.
  • October 28, 2022: Last day to request an early mail ballot.
  • November 1, 2022: Last day to request a replacement ballot.
  • November 1, 2022: Recommended last day to mail your early ballot.
  • November 8, 2022: Election Day.

How to …

Register to vote

You can register to vote online at https://servicearizona.com/VoterRegistration

To join the Active Early Voting List (AEVL) and get a ballot-by-mail for all future elections select the AEVL option at the end.

Registration deadline for this Election is October 11, 2022

Check your voter registration

To check your voter registration go to this link and enter the requested information: https://my.arizona.vote/WhereToVote.aspx?s=individual

Get on the Active Early Voting List

To get a ballot-by-mail for this and all future elections join the Active Early Voting List (AEVL) by updating your voter registration on Service Arizona and selecting the AEVL option at the end.

Request a one time early ballot

Even if you decide against getting on the Active Early Voting List you can still vote by mail in this election by requesting a mail ballot.

Get a replacement early ballot

If you didn’t receive your early ballot, or if you did receive a ballot but need a replacement for any reason, here is how to get a replacement ballot:

Pima

  • Call the Pima Recorder’s Office at 520-724-4330; or
  • Use the online ballot by mail request form; or
  • Before election day, go to any early voting location (see below); or
  • On election day, you can also vote at any Pima County vote center.

Pinal

  • Call the Pinal Recorder’s Office at 520-866-6830.

Check if your early ballot has been received

You can check if your mailed early ballot has been received by the Elections Department

Vote early in person or drop off your mail ballot

Starting October 12, 2022, you can vote early in person or drop off your mail ballot at the locations listed below:

Pima

List of early voting sites: https://www.recorder.pima.gov/EarlyVotingSites#emergency%20Voting

Map of Pima early voting sites

Pinal

List of early voting locations and ballot drop boxes: https://www.pinalcountyaz.gov/Vote/Pages/EarlyVoterInformation.aspx

Find a Pima Vote Center to vote on Election Day

In Pima County you can vote at any voting center, you are no longer restricted to a specific polling place for your precinct. You can search for an address on this online map to find nearby vote centers: https://web1.pima.gov/applications/votingcenters/

Find your Pinal County polling place to vote on Election Day

In Pinal County you have to vote at the polling place for your precinct.

List of Pinal County polling places: https://www.pinalcountyaz.gov/elections/Documents/Polling%20Places/Polling-Places.pdf

Enter your address at this site to find your polling place: https://my.arizona.vote/WhereToVote.aspx?s=address

Vote the whole ballot

Democrats sometimes lose important races because some voters who vote for Democrats in the more prominent races don’t bother to vote in races like State Representative or Corporation Commission. Skipping a race on the ballot has the same effect as an additional vote for the Republican candidate.

Vote for both Democratic candidates for State Representative for Legislative District 17

Each Legislative Districts gets two seats in the Arizona Legislature, so voters cast two votes in that race. Vote for both Dana Allmond and Brian Radford.

Vote for both Democratic candidates for Corporation Commission

There are two Corporation Commission seats on the ballot, so voters cast two votes in that race. Vote for both Sandra Kennedy and Lauren Kuby.