Register to Vote
Your voice matters. Whether you’re a Veteran who just moved to Arizona, or you’re currently serving in the military, or you’re a service member living overseas, there are options to register to vote so you don’t miss out on an important civic duty.
New to Arizona or Need an Absentee Ballot?
How to Register to Vote
If you have an Arizona Driver's License and/or Arizona non-operating I.D. you can register through Service Arizona EZ Voter Registration
How to register to vote?
Other options to register include:
- By mail – Print the paper Voter Registration form here.
- Once completed, mail the finished form to your County Recorder’s Office. To find the list of offices visit https://azsos.gov/county-election-info
- In-person – Visit your County Recorder’s Office in order to complete the voter registration form.
It takes approximately 4-6 weeks to receive your voter registration card in the mail.
Uniformed and Overseas Citizens – Obtain a Military and Overseas Ballot
Those eligible can use the Arizona UOCAVA Portal here to register to vote and/or request an early ballot.
A voter is eligible for UOCAVA by:
- Being registered to vote in Arizona
- Being a uniformed personnel or a family member
- Or being an overseas citizen
Uniformed and overseas citizens, use the Federal Post Card Application to register to vote and request a ballot.
Don’t receive an absentee ballot in time? As an emergency backup ballot for UOCAVA citizens use the Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot (FWAB)