June 30, 2022
Public Notice: View Logic and Accuracy Tests on July 5
The public is invited to view the logic and accuracy tests for the August 2 Primary Election. Logic and accuracy tests are open to the public and performed before and after every election to certify the accuracy of our tabulation equipment and accessible voting devices.
About the Election: Arizona’s Primary Election is on August 2, 2022. As an open primary, independent voters or those without a designated party must select a ballot choice for the Primary Election, even if they are on the Active Early Voting List. These voters may select a Republican, Democratic, or a non-partisan ballot (if available). Voters can choose to vote by mail or vote in-person from July 6-August 2.
Early ballots mail on July 6. Voters who requested a ballot by mail or are on the Active Early Voting List should expect to see a yellow envelope in their mailbox within a week. The last day to request a ballot in the mail is July 22 by 5 p.m. In-person voting is available beginning July 6-August 2. With a Vote Center model, voters have the options to choose the time and location that works for them, including some evenings and Saturdays. Find locations and hours at Locations.Maricopa.Vote.
Voters can see what’s on their ballot, find out where to vote, sign up to vote by mail and more at BeBallotReady.Vote.
Election Day is Tuesday, August 2, 2022.
Public Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to A.R.S. §16-449, there shall be a logic and accuracy test of the central count tabulators, precinct-based tabulators, and accessible ballot marking devices and programs to ascertain that the equipment and programs will correctly record the votes cast for all offices and measures in the Primary Election to be held on Tuesday, August 2, 2022. Said testing shall commence on Tuesday, July 5, 2022 at 1:30 p.m. at the Maricopa County Tabulation Election Center (MCTEC), 510 South 3rd Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona, and shall continue until completed.