State Primary Election Voter Registration Deadline: July 6
State and Local Primary Elections: August 4
General Election Voter Registration Deadline: October 5
Arizona’s Address Confidentiality Program to protect survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking also applies for registering to vote. Learn More Here.
Restoration of Voting Rights After Felony Convictions: A felony conviction in Arizona suspends the right of a person to vote unless their rights have been restored. First-time offenders have their rights restored upon the completion of probation and the payment of any fines owed. A person who has been convicted of two or more felonies can have their civil rights restored by the judge who discharges them at the end of probation or by applying to the court for the restoration of rights.
ID Requirements for Voting: A photo ID or two non-photo IDs are required at the polling site. See the list of accepted forms of ID here. Members of federally-recognized tribes are not required to have an address or photo on their ID to cast a provisional ballot.
Time off to Vote Law: Employees are eligible for up to 3 hours paid time off to vote if they do not have sufficient time to vote outside of working hours. Learn more here.
Absentee ballots: Anyone can request an absentee ballot, no excuse is required. The deadline to request your ballot is 11 days before the election, and the ballot must be turned in by 7pm on Election Day.
Gender Gaps in Representation
Arizona is one of six states to be represented by two women in the Senate. Arizona ranks 7th in the country for women’s representation in the state legislature.
Arizona Congressional Delegation
Arizona State Legislature
Arizona men had a lower turnout than overall, while Arizona women had a higher turnout than the overall in the 2016 Presidential Election.
Percent Voter Turnout by Gender
Percent Voter Turnout By Race
Other races not shown due to population size