GET OUT THE VOTE – ALL HANDS ON DECK!
Join the Voter Education and Election Committe: We are an actvive group working for voter outreach, including voter education and registration, training sessions on how to register voters, and addressing questions most frequently asked. We also plan on working cooperatively with other local organizations to register voters.
Voting is your Right! It is your Responsibility!
If you want to join this new, dynamic team, contact Rex Barton at email@example.com
Voting is a primary personal responsibility in our Democracy. Your vote counts!
Online Voter Registration – Keep it Simple!
Voting is your opportunity to participate in the political process. Register to vote and activate your political power.
Requirements when registering to vote in Arizona
- A citizen of the United States
- A resident of Arizona and the county listed on your registration 29 days prior to the election
- 18 years of age or older on or before November 6, 2018
- You are able to write your name or make your mark (unless prevented by disability)
You are unable to register if:
- You have been legally declared an incapacitated person.
- You have been convicted of a treason or a felony, unless you have had your civil rights restored. *Note: For a first-time felony conviction, civil rights are automatically restored upon completion of a person’s sentence and payment of any fines and restitution.
TurboVote On this site a registered voter can enter info and will be reminded of when to vote and also request absentee ballots. A non-registered voter can go through the same steps and receive reminders, then they are automatically connected to the state website to register.
Service Arizona Online Here Registering on Service Arizona utilizes the state form and citizenship is verified through your MVD record. An Arizona driver license or non-operating ID is required to use the Servicearizona application. The site will walk you through the process specific to your MVD address.
- Download the State Registration form and mail to your county recorder’s office
- Download the Federal Registration form and mail to your county recorder’s office
- Voter registration forms are also available at most libraries, motor vehicle division (MVD) offices, city clerk offices and public assistance agencies.
What is the difference between a State Registration Form and a Federal Registration Form?
The state voter registration form requires proof of citizenship so you may vote in federal, state and local elections. The federal voter registration form does not require proof of citizenship; however, you are only eligible to vote in federal elections, such as President, U.S. Senate, and U.S. House of Representatives.
Permanent Early Voting List
Arizona also has a Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL), which allows a voter to automatically receive a ballot by mail for every election they are eligible to vote in. To sign up for PEVL online, you can either update your registration online through Servicearizona.com or submit a written request with your signature to your County Recorder.
To check the status of your voter registration, or to confirm if you are on the Permanent Early Voting List, click ServiceArizona.com
- After you have successfully registered to vote you will receive a voter registration card in the mail within 4-6 weeks.
Voters will receive a registration card in the mail from their County Recorder. Voters are encouraged to review the registration card to ensure the information is correct and as they intended. If you have questions or need a replacement voter registration card, please contact your County Recorder directly.
If you aren’t sure, or maybe you have moved?
NOTE: You must change your voter information if
- You have moved to a new address. Remember, you can update your voting registration when you change your address on your driver’s license
- Your name has been legally changed or
- you want to change your party affiliation
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WHAT IS CLEAN ELECTIONS?
The Citizens Clean Elections Commission is a non-partisan commission created by voters that educates voters, and provides campaign funding and enforces campaign finance rules and laws.
Clean Elections was founded in 1998 after Arizona voters passed the Citizens Clean Citizen Elections Act (A.R.S. Title 16, Chapter 6, Article 2) to root out corruption and promote confidence in our political process.
See who’s running with the clean funding program – 2018 AZ Clean Elections: Participating Candidates
Other questions about voting issues, to volunteer as a poll worker, or to contact the Board of Elections, go to http://www.yavapai.us/electionsvr/
Additional Electoral Resources from Indivisible435
Voters are encouraged to read all four chapters re voting, registration and endorsements. Electoral Politics 101