Elections Information

Just the Facts

Maricopa County Elections, a department of the Board of Supervisors, is committed to providing voters with accurate information about elections administration in the country’s second largest voting jurisdiction.


Elections are complex and governed by many state and federal laws and procedures. Learn more about how Maricopa County administers elections and get the facts about some election myths. You can also get updates about Maricopa County elections operations directly in your inbox. Click here to subscribe!


Election Facts


Below are frequently asked questions about early voting and in person voting. Click here for quick access to in person voting.

Early Voting

In Person Voting


Correcting the Record - 2020 General Election

Maricopa County Elections, a department of the Board of Supervisors, and the Office of the Recorder Issued a report titled  Correcting the Record: Maricopa County’s In-Depth Analysis of the Senate Inquiry as the final word to the Arizona Senate’s inquiry on Maricopa County’s administration of the November 2020 General Election. The in-depth analysis and review of the reports and presentations issued by the Senate’s contractors found that nearly every finding included faulty analysis, inaccurate claims, misleading conclusions, and a lack of understanding of federal and state election laws. The Senate’s election review and its contractors promoted disinformation and distrust. This report details those shortcomings and corrects the record.


Election Myths