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Where Do I Vote?

Maricopa County has an all Vote Center model for the Democratic Presidential Preference Election on March 17. Instead of an assigned polling location, voters may now select from any of the voting locations across Maricopa County.


The Presidential Preference Election is the voter’s chance to select their party’s nominee for President of the United States. Unlike Arizona’s traditional primaries, the Presidential Preference Election is not an open primary. Only Democrats registered by February 18, 2020 are eligible for this election. The Republican and Libertarian parties opted out of this election. Those registered without a party or as Independent are not eligible. Download the full list of locations here.

Check your status at BeBallotReady.vote. Election Day is March 17, 2020.

Enter your address to find a Vote Center near you.

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Polling Place Information

  • The polls are open on Election Day from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Check voting location hours if you plan to vote early.
  • If you vote in person, you must vote at your designated polling location OR at a Vote Center.
  • Every qualified voter is required to show proof of identity at the polling place before receiving a ballot. Find a list of acceptable IDs here.
  • Any voter requiring assistance may bring a person of the voter’s choice into the voting booth. Two Poll Workers of differing political parties may also assist the voter in casting a ballot.
  • All qualified voters in line at the polls by 7 p.m. on Election Day shall be allowed to cast a ballot.
  • Pursuant to ARS §16-515(A), all photographs and electioneering must be done 75 feet outside of the voting location.

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All Vote Centers

In-person voters for the March 17 Democratic Presidential Preference Election no longer have an assigned polling location. Voters may now select from any of our geographically dispersed VoteCenters.

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*Denotes a Vote Center that will also serve as an emergency voting location. See the Emergency Voting section below for more information.

Drop Boxes

Early ballots may be dropped off during voting hours (see each site for times) at the designated drop boxes below or at any of our Vote Centers or polling locations prior to 7 p.m. on Election Day.

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Emergency Voting Locations

*“Emergency” means any unforeseen circumstance that would prevent the voter from voting at the polls on Election Day. Eligible voters who experience an emergency between 5 p.m. on the Friday preceding the election and 5 p.m. on the Monday preceding the election may vote at an emergency voting center in the manner prescribed by the Board of Supervisors (see A.R.S. § 16-542(H)).

Before receiving a ballot at an emergency voting location, a voter must provide identification. The voter must also sign a statement under penalty of perjury attesting that they have experienced an emergency preventing them from voting on Election Day. (see A.R.S. § 16-542(H); A.R.S. § 16-246(F)(2)).

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Electioneering

 
HOLIDAY
2019
2020
New Year's Day
Tuesday, January 1
Wednesday, January 1
Martin Luther King Jr. / Civil Rights Day
Monday, January 21
Monday, January 20
President's Day
Monday, February 18
Monday, February 17
Memorial Day
Monday, May 27
Monday, May 25
Independence Day
Thursday, July 4
Friday, July 3
Labor Day
Monday, September 2
Monday, September 7
Veteran's Day
Monday, November 11
Wednesday, November 11
Thanksgiving Day
Thursday, November 28
Thursday, November 26
Day After Thanksgiving
Friday, November 29
Friday, November 27
Christmas Day
Wednesday, December 25
Friday, December 25
FERIADO
2019
2020
Día de Año Nuevo
Martes, Enero 1
Miércoles, Enero 1
Martin Luther King Jr. / Día de los Derechos Civiles
Lunes, Enero 21
Lunes, Enero 20
Día del Presidente
Lunes, Febrero 18
Lunes, Febrero 17
Memorial Day
Lunes, Mayo 27
Lunes, Mayo 25
Día de la Independencia
Jueves, Julio 4
Viernes, Julio 3
Día laboral
Lunes, Septiembre 2
Lunes, Septiembre 7
Día de los Veteranos
Lunes, Noviembre 11
Miércoles, Noviembre 11
Día de Gracias
Jueves, Noviembre 28
Jueves, Noviembre 26
Día después del Día de Acción de Gracias
Viernes, Noviembre 29
Viernes, Noviembre 27
Día de Navidad
Miércoles, Diciembre 25
Viernes, Diciembre 25
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