Today, Tuesday, September 26th, 2017 is National Voter Registration Day.
Every year millions of Americans are unable to vote due because they missed the deadline to register, forgot to update their information, or aren’t sure how to register. We want to ensure all Arizona voters including survivors of sexual and domestic violence are ready to vote in the next election and that they remain safe. Join ACESDV by participating today:
Register to Vote
In order to vote in the next election you must be at least 18 years old by the date of the election, be a U.S. citizen, be a resident of the Arizona county listed on your registration, not currently be disqualified to vote due to a felony conviction, and not declared incompetent by a court. If you have recently moved, changed your name, or changed political parties you will need to re-register. You can check your registration through the Secretary of State by clicking here. To register to vote or update your information click here.
Consider Signing Up For Permanent Early Voting
You can sign up for the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL) when you register to vote or by updating your voter registration.When you sign up for PEVL you will receive your ballot in the mail, which you can complete and return either by mail before the election or at your polling place on Election Day. For more information about PEVL contact your local County Recorder’s Office here.
Remember These Dates
Primary Election 2018: August 28, 2018
Deadline to Register – July 30, 2018
General Election 2018: November 6, 2018
Deadline to Register – October 9, 2018
Learn More About Arizona’s Address Confidentiality Program
Arizona’s Address Confidentiality Program allows survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, or stalking to use an alternative address other than their home in order to keep their location confidential. Survivors who utilize this program can also be registered to vote through it and keep their voter information protected. For more information about program eligibility and how to register to vote through this program is available here.
Share on Social Media
Already registered to vote? Post on social media about why voting is important to you and encourage friends to register to vote today. Use the hashtag #NationalVoterRegistrationDay to join the conversation and help promote activities in your community.
For more information about voting in Arizona click here.