Active Early Voting List

Active Early Voting List


Voters who sign up to be on the Active Early Voting List (AEVL) don’t have to request an early ballot for each election. Your early ballot will automatically be mailed to you for every election in which you are eligible to vote.

Signing Up


To sign up, you must make a written request asking to be on the AEVL. The request must include your name, residence address, mailing address within Arizona (if different than the residence address), date of birth, and signature. A form is available online for you to download and print: Active Early Voting List form

Requirements


Arizona law requires that your mailing address must be within Arizona to be on the AEVL. Military and overseas voters are exempt from this restriction.

Remaining on the List


Once you’re on the AEVL, you will remain on the list until one of the following occurs:
  • Your registration is cancelled
  • Mail sent to you from the Elections Office is returned by the postal system and is marked undeliverable, or it indicates you have a new address, and you do not respond within 35 days after a follow up notice is mailed to you
  • You request in writing to be removed from the list
  • You fail to vote using an early ballot over the course of four years (two consecutive primary and general elections, and any municipal elections that precede them)

Notice Sent Before Elections


Voters who are on the AEVL will receive a notice prior to upcoming primary and general elections that includes:
  • The dates of the upcoming elections
  • The dates that your ballots are expected to be mailed
  • The address where the ballots will be mailed
The notice will remind you to notify the Recorder's Office if:
  • You do not want to receive an early ballot for one or all of the elections indicated
  • You need to update either your residence or mailing address
  • You want to request that your ballot be mailed to a different address for the elections indicated
  • You want to remove yourself from the AEVL entirely
Note: If one of the upcoming elections is a partisan primary election, and you did not indicate a recognized political party when you registered to vote, you must return the notice advising the Recorder's Office which political party ballot you want to receive. If you do not return the notice, you will not be mailed an early ballot for the partisan primary election.

For More Information


For more information, call the Recorder/Elections Office at 928-679-7860 or call toll-free at 800-793-6181.