November 15, 2022

Maricopa County Election Results Updated

Maricopa County unofficial results have been updated for the November General Election. We now estimate that the count is 99.2 percent complete.

Updated results show 1,551,614 ballots have been counted, which represents 63.71 percent of total eligible voters. This post included an additional 4,148 ballots, nearly all of which were dropped off on Election Day. Other ballots in today’s included count some of the Election Day “door 3” ballots and any cured early ballot envelope signature.

There are an estimated 6,500 -12,000 remaining ballots. Below is the breakdown:

  • Estimated Election Day ballots to be reported: 2,750
  • Estimated number of early ballots left to cure: 6,040
  • Provisional Ballots Total: 7,885
    • Conditional Provisional Ballots: 230
    • Provisional Ballots Left to Research: 47
    • Provisional Ballots that Will Not Be Counted: 4,570
    • Provisional Ballots Sent to Tabulation: 325
    • Provisional Ballots Reported in Today's Totals: 2,563

The Elections Department will do another update of unofficial results tomorrow.

The deadline to cure questionable signatures and conditional provisional ballots is Wednesday, November 16, at 5 p.m. The Elections Department has more than 60 staff supporting to calling voters to cure their signatures. Staff are continuing to contact voters who returned an early ballot with a questionable signature. All attempts to contact voters are recorded and include documentation of the attempt and outcome.

Voters can call 602-506-1511 on Wednesday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. to cure their signatures. Ballots with an unresolved status will remain sealed and documented, but not counted after the deadline, as required by law.

While the county’s Vote Center model has dramatically reduced the number of provisional ballots related to name or address changes, voters issued a conditional provisional ballot have until Wednesday at 5 p.m. to provide sufficient ID to any election's office or city and town clerk’s office before the deadline to have their ballot counted.

This is now the seventh full day since Election Day. In Maricopa County, final results are typically reported within 10-12 days.

Voters can track their early ballot online at BeBallotReady.Vote. See results at Results.Maricopa.Vote.

View Unofficial Results