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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Maricopa County voters have some voting options for the Aug. 4, 2020 Primary Election and the Nov. 3, 2020 General Election:  

  • Voters can make a one-time or permanent request to vote by mail at home by visiting the Early Voting Ballot Request page.  Ballots start being mailed July 8, so there is still time to request a ballot by mail.

  • In-person voting will also be available, including some weekends, up to 27 days prior to Election Day.  All voting locations will follow strict physical distancing and cleaning guidelines.  


Information about Arizona's Primary Election on August 4, 2020

For the August Primary Election, Maricopa County voters can cast a ballot at any Vote Center.  All voting locations will be large enough to allow physical distancing and will have heightened safety measures, designed in consultation with the County’s Department of Public Health.  Locations are open from July 8 through Aug. 4, including some nights and weekends.  Visit for voting locations. 

Visit BeBallotReady.Vote to find out if you're registered and what’s on your ballot.  Voters can also request a one-time ballot in the mail or sign up for the Permanent Early Voting List at Request.Maricopa.Vote.  For more information, visit the Maricopa County Elections Department webpage, or call 602-506-1511.