Election Information

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Click here for Final Unofficial General/Special Election Results - 03/14/2018 3:30 p.m.



March 13, 2018 General/Special Election*

Certified Candidates/Candidate Contact Information

Ballot by Mail Information     Ballot Centers

Publicity Pamphlet/Sample Ballot  Folleto de Publicidad/Muestra de Boleta

Proposition 402: Resolution No. R2017.137     Resolución No. R2017.137

Proposition 403: Resolution No. R2017.140     Resolución No. R2017.140

Proposition 404: Resolution No. R2017.139     Resolución No. R2017.139

2018 Candidate Packet Information

 2018 Candidate Election FAQ/Elección de candidatos 2018 Preguntas frecuentes

Pro/Con ArgumentsArgumentos a Favor o en Contra

Last day to file arguments supporting/opposing the Special Election ballot measures:  December 13, 2017

Resolution No. R2017.69     Resolución No. R2017.69

Call of Election Public Notice of the City of Tempe  AVISO PÚBLICO La Ciudad de Tempe convoca a elecciones

          Resolution No. R2017.134     Resolución No. R2017.134           

Important Election Dates

 General/Special Election: March 13, 2018* 

Voter registration deadline:  Monday, February 12, 2018

Ballots are mailed:  Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Maricopa County Ballot Center locations open (through Election Day):  Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Tempe Ballot Center locations open (through Election Day):  Saturday, March 3, 2018

Last Day to request a replacement ballot be mailed:  Monday, March 5, 2018

Maricopa County recommended last day to return a Ballot by mail:  Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Election Day:  Tuesday, March 13, 2018

*Tempe City Charter Sec. 7.01

(b) The primary election shall be held for the purpose of nominating or electing candidates for city elected office.  In the event that no more than two candidates file nomination petitions for each vacancy in office, the primary election may be dispensed with.

(c) If no primary election is required due to the number of candidates filing nomination petitions for each vacancy in office, the regular city election shall be held at the time that the primary election would have otherwise been held.

Campaign Contribution Limits/Lobbyist Disclosure Requirements 

The City of Tempe’s campaign contribution limits are now in effect, as detailed in the Tempe City Code, Chapter 13, Division 2.  Information concerning the requirement for candidate committees to disclose contributions made by a lobbyist registered with the City of Tempe is detailed in the Tempe City Code, Section 13-117.  Candidates are advised to seek their own legal advice concerning limitations on and use of campaign contribution limits; the City Clerk’s Office cannot render legal, financial or other professional advice. 

Updated information concerning City elections will be posted on this webpage as it becomes available.

Campaign Finance Information      Campaign Finance - Current Committee Filings

Voter Registration Information

Find your polling location     City of Tempe Precinct Map

Maricopa County Elections Calendar

Information from Arizona 811 (formerly Arizona Blue Stake) about campaign signs.

For further information about City of Tempe municipal elections, please click on the links above, call the Tempe City Clerk's Office at (480) 350-4311, or e-mail Tim Mattix, Assistant City Clerk.

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