Vote! - Where / When

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018 
   VOTER ASSISTANCE 
Hotline: 833-298-6837- AZ Democratic Party    

Where Do I Vote?

Saturday, Nov 3:
MESA RECORDER'S OFFICE     222 E JAVELINA, in MESA     Sat 8am-5pm, Mon 8am-5pm

Monday, Nov 5: 

Easy Option 1 -Take your mail-in ballot to the Drop-off location at
Tempe City Hall  31 E. 5th St in Tempe, 
available Mon-Friday 8am - 5:00pm.   
If you live anywhere in Maricopa County, you can drop off your ballot there. 

Easy Option 2 -  

MESA RECORDER'S OFFICE     222 E JAVELINA, in MESA     Sat 8am-5pm, Mon 8am-5pm

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FIND YOUR POLLING PLACE -   
     

       To use a polling place,  you must go to the correct place, and it is near your home.

       To use a voting center,  as a voter registered in Maricopa County, you can go to any voting center in Maricopa County and they will print a ballot specifically for you,  with your legislative district, school district,  etc.   

 If you live in LD18,  this Voting Center  might be near you: 
TEMPE HISTORY MUSEUM - 809 E SOUTHERN AVE, TEMPE Tues 6am-7pm

I'm at work -- not near my home -- Where can I vote?  See this list of Voting Centers. 

Problems?  Call Maricopa County Recorder's Office, Elections Dept.:   602-506-1511  
Click Here for lots of answers to questions about how to vote.  

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Please Do Not Wait until Nov. 6!   Vote Early.   

 

VOTE for  Epstein,  Denise "Mitzi"

AND   for   Jermaine, Jennifer     -  BOTH for AZ House of Representatives

 

     

WHY vote early? 

 Help your candidates win,  and help all our volunteers:  Return it fast!  

Where is my ballot? 

 Click here for the status on your mail-in ballot. 

Was my ballot counted? 

After you mail your ballot,   Click here to SEE if it was counted!    

When you vote by mail,you will be able to see that your vote was counted. 

Stop the robo-calls! 

TIP:  You can Stop the robo-calls and mail from candidates by voting early.  After you vote, campaigns take you off their lists of voters to contact .  

How do I get a Mail-In Ballot?   

Click here to Request a Mail-In Ballot from the Maricopa County Recorder's office. 
   You may do so up to Friday, October 26, 2018.  
    Go ahead and sign up now for the Permanent Early Voter List (PEVL)  to assure you get a mail-in ballot for the next election. 

If you wait for Election Day,  it is Nov. 6, 2018.   
   
Polls will be open from 6am to 7pm on Nov. 6th. 

To find your polling place Click Here.  (In Maricopa County, Arizona) 

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For  MAIL-IN BALLOTS:

1-  Mail it by Halloween,  Wednesday, October 31, 2018.  

It must be received by the County Recorder's office by Nov. 2nd. 

COOL TIP!  Go to This Link and verify if it has been received. 

 

2-  If it's after November 2nd,  and you still have your mail-in ballot, 
You can choose:

     A. On Election Day,  Tuesday, Nov. 6: TAKE it to Any Polling Place in Maricopa County.  

          You do not have to stand in a line.  You just go to the front of the line and put your ballot in the box for Mail-In ballots.  

   

Update your Voter Registration. Click Here.

            Note:  When you update your address in your voter registration,  but you do not indicate a "party preference" then the system will assume you are "no party preference."    You might want the system to assume,  "do not change my party preference,"   
but that's not what it will do.   It's a problem in the computer system.  
No Worries!  You can make it okay.  Just be sure to enter the PARTY  you prefer  when you update your voter registration.
 It's probably a good idea to update every field when you register to vote.    

When you register or update your voter registration,  please be sure to check the box to get a mail-in ballot:    

Check_Mark_bw.jpg    YES,   I want to automatically receive an early ballot for each election

 

 

**  For More Information,   see the LD18 Democrats Website:  www.LD18Democrats.org 

LD18 includes Ahwatukee (Phoenix),  west Chandler, southwest Mesa, and south Tempe in Arizona. It is entirely within the boundaries of Maricopa County. 

For each election,  please be on the PEVL,  and return your ballot within the first week after you get it in the mail.   

  

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