Eligible Maricopa County voters will have several elections in the coming months. Kicking off the 2020 election season, Tempe and Chandler are holding citywide elections on March 10. The following week, registered Democrats throughout Maricopa County have the opportunity to vote in the Democratic Presidential Preference Election on March 17. As the Presidential Preference Election is not a primary, registered independents are not eligible to vote. The Republican and Libertarian parties have opted out of holding a preference election.
Additionally, all voters should mark their calendars for Arizona’s regular Primary Election on August 4, which is three weeks earlier this year, followed by the General Election on November 3.
If you live in Maricopa County, sign in to your dashboard to get your personal ballot information. From what’s on your ballot to upcoming elections, everything you need to #BeBallotReady can be found here.
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