Early ballots may be requested from the County Recorder of your county of residence.
Any voter may request to be included on the “Permanent Early Voting List” (PEVL) in order to automatically receive an early ballot for all elections he or she is eligible to participate. To be on the list, the address where you receive mail must be in Arizona.
1.) Permanent Early Voting List
If you are on the Permanent Early Voting List, an early ballot will automatically be sent to the address your County Recorder has on file.
Check to see if you are on the Permanent Early Voting List by visiting voter.azsos.gov.
Election Mail is Non Forwardable. If you are on the Permanent Early Voting List and wish to receive your early ballot at an address different than your regular mailing address, contact your County Recorder to request your early ballot be sent to the different address.
If you are NOT on the Permanent Early Voting List and would like to be on it, please contact your County Recorder.
2.) One-Time Early Ballot Request
If you are NOT on the Permanent Early Voting List, and would like to request a one-time early ballot from your County Recorder, you may do so by telephone, mail, or fax. Online early ballot requests are also available in certain counties. When contacting your County Recorder to obtain an early ballot, make sure to include:
- Your name and address as registered
- Date of birth and state or country of birth
- The election for which the ballot is requested
- Address where you are temporarily residing (if applicable)
- Your signature (signatures are required for all early ballot requests except when requesting online)