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Alternative Format Early Voting Ballot Request in Braille & Large Print


The request period to have an early ballot mailed for the November 6 General Election ended October 26 at 5pm.

Ballots must be received by the Recorder's Office no later than 7pm on Election Day and postmarks do not count.

THE UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICES SPECIFIES FIRST-CLASS MAIL WILL ARRIVE AT ITS DESTINATION 3-5 DAYS AFTER MAILING. Voters can drop off their early voting ballot on Election Day at any Vote Center or Polling Location within Maricopa County or at an Early Voting Vote Center.

In-person Voting is still available until the Friday (November 2) prior to the election. For locations visit www.Locations.Maricopa.Vote or call 602-506-1511.

EMERGENCY VOTING is also available for individuals that experienced any unforeseen circumstances that would prevent the elector from voting at the polls. For more information or to make a request, call 602-506-1511, for collect calls use 602-506-4066 or for emergency in-person voting locations visit www.Locations.Maricopa.Vote

Tips on how to fill out the Early Voting Ballot Request form

  1. Do not enter the Jr or II or III in your name.
  2. Enter your house number only (e.g. You live at 4569 E. Anywhere St., ENTER ONLY 4569)
  3. If you choose to enter your voter id, it must be a numeric value.
  4. If you choose to enter your driver's license number, enter it exactly as it appears on your license, with no dashes or spaces.

If your information still does not match our database then send an email along with the information you have entered to SpecialNeeds@risc.maricopa.gov. They will be able to inform you what part of your information does not match against our database.

The County Recorder’s Office does not collect or use information for commercial marketing. But information provided to the County Recorder’s Office may by, under certain circumstances, be subject to the Arizona Public Records Act. Electronically submitted information is maintained and destroyed according to the principles of the Arizona Public Records Act and the regulations and records schedules of the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records Office of the Secretary of State.

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