Here’s what you need to know when you go to the polls today in Maricopa

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For those planning to vote in Maricopa today, here are several links that provide information that you first should know.

Voters are encouraged to first visit Pinal County’s Elections 101 webpage for answers to many common Election Day questions.

For further assistance, contact the Pinal County Citizen Contact Center at 311 (within the county) or 520-509-3555.

 

 Are you Election Day ready?

Pinal County utilizes polling places, which are voting locations assigned to individual voters. There is a polling place in each voting precinct. Every voter in that precinct must go to the assigned polling place on Election Day to receive their official ballot. Polls are open 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day.

Find Your Election Day polling place here.

Find information on ballot measures and candidates here.

 

What to bring with you to the polls on Election Day

When you arrive to vote, you will announce your name and place of residence to the election official and present one form of identification from List No. 1 or two forms of identification from List No. 2 or List No. 3.

For full information on identification requirements click here.

 

List No. 1

Sufficient Photo ID, including name and address (one required). Examples below:

  • Photo ID including name and current address (valid Arizona driver’s license, tribal enrollment card, or valid U.S., state or local government-issued identification).

 

List No. 2

Sufficient ID without a photograph that bears the name and address (two required). Examples below:

  • Utility bill dated within 90 days.
  • Indian census card.
  • Valid Arizona vehicle registration.

 

List No. 3

Mix and match from Lists 1 and 2 (two required). Examples below:

  • U.S. Passport without address and one valid item from List 2.
  • U.S. military identification without address and one valid item from List 2.

 

Voters with disabilities

All polling locations have been chosen with special-needs voters in mind. Each location will provide handicapped parking and be able to accommodate individuals in wheelchairs, as well as individuals with visual or hearing impairments.

  • Curbside voting is available for those unable to enter their polling location. For more information click here.

 

Voters who did not mail back their early ballots

Voters who did not mail back their early ballots have until 7 p.m. on Election Day to drop off their ballot at any Pinal County drop box or polling place. For locations click here.

 

Election Night results

Voters can expect to see preliminary results from the early ballot tabulations beginning at 8 p.m. on Election Night. View election results here

 

Video feeds from the Tabulation Room

Tabulation began Oct. 24 after the county completed a successful logic and accuracy test. State law allows the tabulation of early ballots prior to Election Day. All early and provisional ballots will be counted at the Elections Department.

View live video feeds from the Tabulation Room and Early Voter Board Room here