Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016.
Problems? Call Maricopa County Recorder's Office, Elections Dept.: 602-506-1511
VOTE for ' Epstein, Denise "Mitzi" '
#1- Please return your ballot within the first week after you get it in the mail.
Help your candidates win, and help all our volunteers: Return it fast!
When you vote by mail, you will be able to see that your vote was counted.
We spend time contacting every voter until their ballot is returned.
You can help us a lot by returning your ballot 1 week after you get it.
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 .
#2- Want to 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 28, 2016.
#3- 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)
For MAIL-IN BALLOTS:
1- Mail it by MONDAY, Oct. 31, 2016.
It must be received by the County Recorder's office by Nov. 8th.
2- If it's after November 1, and you still have your mail-in ballot,
You can choose:
A. TAKE it to Any Polling Place in Maricopa County on Tuesday, Nov. 8.
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.
B. Call us. 480-961-9138.
If you want a ride to your polling place, we can help you.
Note: We would send a happy volunteer to help you, but Mitzi's opponents in the legislature this year made it a crime for a volunteer to help you by delivering your ballot. Mitzi says, "The incumbents are wrong. It should not be a crime to help your neighbor by delivering their ballot for them." It is already a crime to tamper with a ballot. Just delivering a ballot to help your neighbor should not be a crime.
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:
YES, I want to automatically receive an early ballot for each election
** For More Information about voting, 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.