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We are pleased to offer the latest in technology for your information and convenience. Our recording system makes available, either in our office downtown or on the internet, over 146,000,000 images dating back from June 1871.
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The Maricopa County Recorder's Office is capable of receiving and recording documents, plat and survey maps...
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"If democracy is worth fighting for, then it's true value should be measured at the ballot box!"
Helen Purcell (Republican) was elected to the office of Maricopa County Recorder in November 1988; is now serving her 7th term and is only the second woman to hold this position since 1871. Born in Topeka, Kansas, she's been a Phoenix resident since 1964.
An elector who does not provide sufficient identification shall not be issued a regular ballot, but shall receive a provisional ballot and will have five (5) business days after a Federal General election and three (3) business days after any other election to provide sufficient identification to the County Recorder in order for their provisional ballot to count
Poll workers are available to assist voters with language translations, instructions on process, and with the physical act of voting.
For information about
voting assistance for
voters with disabilities or
on how to obtain an Early
Ballot, please call: 602-506-1511 or 602-506-2348 (TDD).