COVID-19 Advisory: The AZ Secretary of State has said that counties are planning to mail permanent absentee voting applications to all voters who have not already signed up. The SOS's office will mail to voters in counties that do not do so. Voters who sign up will receive absentee ballots for all elections in which they are eligible to vote.
Who is eligible to vote by mail?
Any qualified voter in Arizona can apply to receive an early or by-mail ballot, including registering as a "Permanent Early Voter." No excuse is required.
- Qualified includes: Individual is a U.S. Citizen who is 18 years or older and a resident of Arizona
- Disqualifications: A convicted felon who does not have his/her civil rights restored; an individual deemed incompetent by the court
Do you need to submit ID with your ballot request?
No. Unless you are a first-time voter - see Voter Registration section above.
Do you need to submit ID with your ballot?
No, but the signature on your mail ballot must match your voter registration signature.
Last update: April 15, 2020