ANSWERS TO COMMON ELECTION QUESTIONS
About Early Voting
Anyone can choose to vote early - get a ballot in the mail. If you want to get your ballot by mail for all elections, you can request to be on Permanent Early Voting List by checking the PEVL box on your registration form or by requesting here.
You can also vote early at early voting sites listed on the Pima Recorder's web site at election time
If you are on the PEVL list but will be away from your registered address for the election, you must request that your ballot be sent to the other address. Ballots cannot be forwarded. See special mail ballot
About Voter Registration
Any citizen who will be at least 18 years old by the next election day, without unresolved felonies may register. If you are registering in Arizona for the first time, you will have to prove that you are a citizen. An Arizona Driver's License or DOT ID card is sufficient. Here are other ways to prove citizenship.
If you cannot prove citizenship, you can register as a Federal Only Voter, which means you can only vote for federal candidates - president and congress.
If you have felonies, you may be able to vote once you have satisfied requirements of serving your time and resolving outstanding debts. For more information.
Check the Pima County Recorder's web site for more information.
If you have other unanswered questions, submit your question to Kim.
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