Resources for Voters
E-Qualify from the Arizona Secretary of State: Sign candidates petitions and $5 contributions for Clean Election candidates.
The Maricopa County Recorder, Elections Department, has a website with information for voters, such as registering to vote, getting an early voting application, locating your districts and polling places, and more. Here are a few helpful links, but go to this site and review all the services available.
- Permanent Early Voting List, or PEVL (vote by mail) request.
- Maricopa County District Locator: Find your precinct, legislative, congressional, county, and school districts.
- Service Arizona EZ Voter Registration: You can register to vote online (there are some restrictions).
- Polling Place Locator – Only active if there is an active election in your district.
The Arizona Advocacy Network secures electoral justice, political rights and full civic participation, especially for underrepresented and marginalized constituencies, to achieve government for the People, not corporations.
Expect More Arizona champions a world-class education – from the early years through career – for every child. Together with a growing network of partners and individuals across the state, we are working to build an education-first culture and create opportunities for you to support students and educators – in your home, your local community and statewide.
Project Vote Smart: “Project Vote Smart is a non-partisan, nonprofit educational organization funded exclusively through individual contributions and philanthropic foundations.”
Media Matters: “Media Matters for America is a web-based, not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) progressive research and information center dedicated to comprehensively monitoring, analyzing, and correcting conservative misinformation
in the U.S. media.”