How To Vote In Arizona 2020

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hello Arizona if you are 18 or older and

live in Arizona whether you're a

resident or a full-time student there

you are eligible to vote in Arizona but

first you have to make sure you're

registered you can visit the link in the

description to see if you're registered

already if you aren't registered or have

changed your name or moved counties

since the last election and you have a

valid Arizona driver's license you can

register online if you don't have an

Arizona license maybe you don't drive or

you're a college student from another

state you either have to fill out a form

and mail it in or go to register in

person at your county recorders office

no matter how you register you need to

do it before October 5th to vote in the

November general election whenever you

register the links to both the online

and mail-in forms will be in the

description once you're registered you

can vote early if you want the rules for

voting early vary by county so you'll

want to check your counties website in

the links below but most counties offer

a handful of early vote centers where

you can go vote in person starting

around two to four weeks before Election


if you'd rather vote right from wherever

you're watching this video you can go

online using the same website where you

checked your registration and you can

request to have an absentee ballot

mailed to you you can vote by mail even

if you'll be in your home County on

Election Day they'll just send you a

ballot and you fill it out and return it

with a proof of citizenship like a

photocopy of your ID birth certificate

or passport just make sure you request

your ballot by October 23rd and mail it

back in before November 3rd if you

request an absentee ballot online

there's even an option to sign up to

automatically receive an absentee ballot

for every election so you don't have to

think about it they'll just mail you a

ballot every time you're eligible to

vote if you're going to vote in person

on Election Day you can find out where

you're supposed to go using the link

below and head there between 6 a.m. and

7 p.m. you'll need to bring a photo ID

with you like a driver's license state

ID tribal ID or passport if you don't

have one of those you can bring two

proofs of your name and current address

like a recent utility bill or bank

statement and Arizona vehicle

registration or insurance card or the

voter registration card you get in the

mail after you register there are a

handful of other less common documents

they'll also accept a link to the full

list will be in the description if you

want to see everything that's going to

be on the ballot ahead of time you can

go to your county recorder's website and

look at a sample ballot this gives you a

chance to research the candidates for

your local elections ahead of time but

don't panic if you see like a teen judge

elections on there your vote still

counts if you have to leave a few things

blank but

those judges do matter so you can use

your sample ballot to look up the

candidates ahead of time you can even

print it out or screenshot it and bring

it to the polls with you so you can

remember how you want to vote one more

thing it's never too soon to make your

plan to vote so take a second right now

to open up your Notes app or grab a

piece of paper and write down when and

how you're going to register what time

you're going to vote how you're going to

get there even who you're gonna bring to

the polls with you having a plan is a

great way to make sure that nothing

unexpected stops you from voting on

November 3rd all the links you need to

check your registration and polling

location will be in the description

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