Trump and his enablers are doing everything they can to block your vote, even going as far as (allegedly) tampering with the mail! They know they only remain in power if we don’t vote.
Make a plan:
Register to vote by October 15 (US Court of Appeals ruling). DOUBLECHECK even if you think you are registered. Text JOIN to 628-683 to sign up for ballot updates when it is received and counted. Tell at least 10 people to register to vote.
Learn Election Deadlines:
Print Your Sample Ballot. Official ballots will be mailed starting October 7. Before then, view your sample ballot and decide your votes NOW.
VOTE by mail or in person.
- Option 1: Vote By Mail: Do not believe the hype: voting by mail IS safe. But, do plan.
- The Maricopa County Elections Department will begin mailing ballots October 7. Expect to receive your ballot 2-7 days later. If you do not receive your ballot by October 14, CALL the Maricopa County Elections Department and inquire at 602-506-3535.
- Mail your ballot back ASAP but no later than October 27 or drop off by Election Day. Go to Locations.Maricopa.Vote to find your nearest location (locations available beginning of October).
- Option 2: Vote In-Person: early in-person voting is October 7 through Election Day, November 3. You can vote at “vote anywhere” vote center locations available around the County. Go to Locations.Maricopa.Vote for vote center location addresses and hours (locations available beginning of October).
- Don’t forget your ID! Click here for valid forms of ID.
- Voter Intimidation is ILLEGAL. Know your rights before you go to the poll. Voter Intimidation: The Arizona Elections Procedures Manual (p. 180) provides all the prohibited acts that are considered illegal voter intimidation.
Check on your elders: make sure they are registered to vote/get registered/vote.
“The vote is still the most powerful non-violent instrument or tool we have in a democratic society and we must use it.” ~John Lewis.