Residents of Arizona can register to vote online, by mail, or in person at the resident's County Recorder's Office. They can also request a form be sent to them by contacting their County Recorder's Office.
Applications that are completed on the paper form must be mailed to the resident's County Recorder's Office.
Specific voter registration requirements are being a citizen of the United States, living in the State of Arizona, and being at least 18 years of age on or before election day. Additionally, residents must not have been barred from voting due to a felony conviction or been deemed mentally incompetent in a court of law. First-time felons can have their civil rights restored "upon completion of a person's sentence and payment of any fines and restitution."
Which documents are required to register to vote in Arizona?
To register to vote by any method, a valid Arizona driver's license or non-operating ID card is required. In absence of a driver's license or ID card, residents can provide a birth certificate, passport, naturalization documents, or tribal certificate instead. Proof of identity is also required at polling places on election day.
What is the deadline to register to vote in Arizona?
The deadline to register to vote in Arizona is "midnight on the 29th day before the election."
How can I check the status of my voter registration in Arizona?
Voters can check the status of their registration by visiting the Arizona Voter Information Portal and entering their county, last name, date of birth, and driver's license or state ID number.
What should I do if there is a change in my name or address?
To change a name or address, an Arizona resident can update their registration information online or by completing and resubmitting a paper registration form. The updated form must be sent to the resident's County Recorder's Office.