Register to Vote

If you think you’re already registered or have recently sent in a registration form, please check to confirm.
Arizona Secretary of State:
You’ll need your Driver’s License or Voter Registration Card. Arizona already knows the number. They issued it. They want to make sure you are who you say you are.
Look for three things:
1. Confirm you’re registered.
2. Check the party.
3. See if you’re on the PEVL (Permanent Early Voting List).

Some of our members, who had voted in Democratic primaries for years, were surprised before the Presidential Preference Election (PPE) in February to learn their registration had changed from Democrat to Independent or Republican (we kid you not). They called the county and had them change it back.

If you’re not registered, you can do that at That’s the best way. You can also re-register here if you want to join the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL) so you receive a mail ballot. Please check the PEVL option when you register.

Another way to register is to download and print a Voter Registration Form and mail it to your county recorder. Or you can call them and they’ll mail one to you. You also register in-person at the county recorder’s office. The county links in this paragraph are for Pinal County.

Thanks for taking time to read this. It shows you care. Let your voice be heard. Make a difference!

*You must be a U.S. citizen, an Arizona resident, and at least 18 years old on or before the next General election to register to vote in Arizona.