Voting by Mail

Request a Mail Ballot

Voting by mail is secure and verifiable and has been available to Arizona voters since 1992. Only registered voters may request a ballot in the mail. Voters may sign up for the Active Early Voting List to receive a ballot in the mail for every election in which they are eligible or voters may make one-time early ballot requests.

One-Time Requests

Now Accepting Requests for the Primary & General Election

Maricopa County voters can request a one-time ballot to be sent by mail to your residence or mailing address on file, or to a temporary mailing address for the August 2 Primary Election and November 8 General Election. 

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). Use the button below to pick your ballot.

If you've moved, visit Register.Maricopa.Vote to update your address.

Request an Early Ballot

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