Voter Registration Resources
Register to Vote Online
Go to ServiceArizona and use the easy form there to register if you have moved or are new to the area.
Register to Vote
Find or print a form to send by regular mail.
Vote by mail
Get on (or off) the Active Early Voters List. (AEVL)
Verify Your Registration
Make sure you are registered to the correct party and haven’t been taken off the list.
Visit Pima County Recorder’s page.
Yes! You can register if you will be 18 by the next election. You can only sign petitions once you turn 18.
Yes! You can vote in Arizona if you live in dorms or are not sure where you will live after graduation.
Yes! You can register to vote in AZ if you have an out of state driver’s license…you will just need to prove you are a US Citizen.
Include your record COPIES with your mail-in registration form, OR register, wait for the letter in your snail mail, and follow the instructions to email your documents.
IF YOU DO NOT PROVE CITIZENSHIP YOU WILL ONLY BE ABLE TO VOTE FOR FEDERAL RACES.
Scholarships from your origin state MIGHT restrict your ability to register to vote in your school’s state. Do check!
Restoration of Rights
Under Arizona law, a person convicted of a felony may have their rights restored.
Free clinic to get help from the County Public Defender.
Click on tab “Legal Clinic” on their site.
More info on
restoration of rights
Voter Accessibility Info
Resources to assist voters with disabilities, mobility concerns or language barriers.