ARIZONA PRIMARY: March 19, 2024

You can vote right now in the Arizona Presidential Primary Election. Find the information you need and resources on how to vote below. If you experience any issues casting your ballot on or before Election Day, contact the Election Protection Hotline for assistance AT 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Make a Plan to Vote


Vote by Mail: March 8th, 2024 is the last day to request an early ballot-by-mail, and it is recommended that you mail in your vote between March 9 and March 12, 2024

Early Voting: Early voting begins Wednesday, Feb. 21 and runs through 7 p.m. on Friday, March 15, 2024
Election Day: March 19, 2024, 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Where can I vote?

You can find your polling locations or ballot drop boxes by visiting Arizona Voter Information Portal

Early Voting Polling Locations

Election Day Polling Locations

What is a primary election?

A primary election is where parties decide who to nominate as their candidate in the general election, which takes place in November. 

Arizona is a “partisan primary” state, which means that if a voter is affiliated with a political party they can only vote in that party’s primary. If a voter is unaffiliated, they can choose which party primary to participate in, but they can only vote in one.

Any U.S. Citizens, at least 18 years old, that are legal residents of Arizona are eligible to vote as long as they have not been declared mentally incompetent by a court or have not been convicted of a felony and not had their rights restored.


How can I prepare?

You will need an ID to vote in Arizona.

You can present one form of photo ID (Arizona driver’s license, Arizona state ID, Tribal ID, ID issued by United States federal, state, or local government, ID issued by public college, university, or other educational institution).

Alternatively, you can provide two forms of identification without a photo (Utility bill, Recent bank or credit union statement, Arizona vehicle registration or insurance card, Tribal ID, Property tax statement, Recorder’s certificate, Voter registration card, United States federal, state, or local ID, Any item of mail labeled “official election material”)

All of these options must be unexpired or show no expiration date and show a name and address that reasonably match the voter registration. If your photo ID shows a different address or lacks an address (example: military ID or passport) – you need to present an item from the non-photo list to show your matching address.

Election protection hotline

If you experience any issues casting your ballot on or before Election Day, contact the Election Protection Hotline for assistance:

English: 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683)
Spanish: 888-VE-Y-VOTA (888-839-8682) 
Arabic: 844-YALLA-US (844-925-5287) 
Bengali, Cantonese, Hindi, Korean, Mandarin, Tagalog, Urdu, and Vietnamese: 888-API-VOTE (888-274-8683) 

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