August 02, 2022
Today is Election Day: 210 Vote Centers are Open
It’s Election Day and Maricopa County voters can vote in person or drop off an early ballot at any of the county’s 210 Vote Centers.
More than 600,000 voters have already participated in the August Primary Election, and the polls are open to serve voters from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. for the final day of voting.
Voters can choose from any Vote Center in the county. Search for a convenient location, sort by shortest wait times, and more at Locations.Maricopa.Vote.
"Months of preparation go into Election Day and we expect in-person voters to have a positive experience,” said Board of Supervisors Chairman Bill Gates, District 3. “Our teams of election workers are ready to make sure registered voters can exercise their constitutional right and pick the candidates they want to see in office."
It’s too late for voters with early ballots at home to mail them back, but instead voters can drop them off at a Vote Center or secure ballot drop box. Early voters with their signed green envelopes in hand are encouraged to skip the line and drop off their ballot in a secure drop box inside.
“The goal of this office, my goal, is to make sure voters have a positive, safe, secure, and accessible voting experience," said Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer. "We have an active and involved community of trained election workers from all political parties—your fellow Arizonans—who are committed to doing this process right. Happy Election Day!”
The Elections Department will post unofficial results at 8 p.m. at Results.Maricopa.Vote, updating the tallies throughout the night as poll workers deliver Vote Center tabulator results. Early ballots dropped off today will be verified and counted over the next week until all ballots are counted.
Visit BeBallotReady.Vote for more election information.