PHOENIX—Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs announced today there are currently about 3.8 million active voters in Arizona.
This number reflects an increase of more than 66,000 active voters since the November 2018 General Election. Currently, there are also nearly 525,000 inactive voters in the state. Inactive voters are still eligible to participate in elections, but are labeled inactive if there are questions about the accuracy of their registration information, and they are not able to receive official election-related mailings.
“The increase in number of registered voters in Arizona since the election shows that there is a growing interest in participating in the process. That’s great news for our state, and it means we need to continue the work being done to make our elections more efficient, secure and accessible,” Hobbs said.
A complete report that includes county, congressional district and legislative district information is available at https://azsos.gov/elections/voter-registration-historical-election-data or by calling 1-877-THE-VOTE.