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VOTE411 & Election Information

Our free, digital election resource provides all the election information you need, available in English and Spanish! The website is your tool for accurate and unbiased election information on the issues that affect you! Through VOTE411, you can check your voter registration, find your polling place, learn about candidates, and get up-to-the-minute information on the elections happening in your state and local community. 

You can use VOTE411 to create a personalized voters’ guide and find everything you need to vote! This voter resource makes election information easier to navigate:

See everything that will be on your ballot

Learn where candidates stand on the issues

Compare candidates’ positions side-by-side

Find out about voting early and absentee/mail-in voting

See poll opening and closing times

Print out a personalized ballot and take with you on Election Day

Get online.   Get the facts.   Make your voice heard on Election Day!

Election Information

Elections affect every area of our lives, from healthcare to jobs to racial justice. When we choose our leaders by voting, we’re choosing the people who will make decisions that shape the direction of our country and our communities. There are several types of elections in which voters participate, including but not limited to:  

Primary Election Every 2 years, always in an even year. These elections may include federal, state, county, and local offices. This election serves to narrow down each recognized political party's candidates. 
General Election: Every 2 years, always in an even year. This is the final election and may include federal, state, county, and local offices.

Presidential Preference Election (PPE):  An election in which voters choose who they would like to be their presidential candidate in the upcoming General Election. Only voters registered with the participating parties can vote in this election. Party winners of the Arizona PPE are officially determined at the party’s national convention.

Midterm Election:  Every 2 years, one third of the U.S. Senate’s members are either elected (or re-elected) or vacate the seat at the end of the term. When this biennial contest does not coincide with a presidential election, it is called a “midterm election.”

Find Your Elected Officials

US Senate
US House Representatives

Arizona Legislature

City Officials

More Resources for election information:

Citizens Clean Elections Commission



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