Arizona Primary Election Guide
The Arizona Presidential Primary Election is March 17.
NextGen Arizona is committed to sending 11 Electoral College votes to the Democratic presidential nominee in 2020.
Voters in Arizona or voters with incomplete registration may be asked to provide valid ID, such as
- Valid Federal Issued ID
- Valid US Passport
- Valid Arizona Driver’s License
- Valid Arizona Vehicle Registration
- Valid Arizona Non-driver’s ID
- Valid Arizona Issued ID
- Valid Tribal ID
If you do not have a photo ID, you can still vote! You can provide two of forms of identification listed here, provided a Valid Photo ID is accompanied by a document which contains your Address:
- Current Utility Bill
- Property Tax Statement
- Indian Census
- Bank Statement
- Tribal Enrollment Card
- Recorder’s Certificate
- Voter Registration Card
- Government Check
- Mail sent to you, marked “Official Election Material”
Click here for more information about what to bring with you to the polls.
Vote early in person
- In-person early voting runs February 19 through March 13. In-person early voting locations for each county will be released 27 days before the election.
Vote early by mail
- The deadline to request a mail-in early ballot is March 6, and the deadline to return your mail-in early ballot is March 11. Voters on the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL) will automatically receive their ballot in the mail.
- The Democratic presidential primary election in Arizona is a “semi-closed primary”. If you’re registered Independent, you must register as a Democrat by February 18.
- Never received your ballot? Still need to request a ballot? You can do that now by calling 866-687-8683.
Make sure your friends and family are ready to vote too!