PHOENIX— In the latest quarterly voter registration report, the Arizona Secretary of State’s Office confirms there are about 3.77 million active voters in Arizona.
The Office of the Secretary of State compiles quarterly registration reports, which are released after the county-provided data has been verified. The current report reflects registrations through April 1, 2019. Additionally, the report shows that there are more than 509,000 inactive voters in the state. Inactive voters are still eligible to participate in elections, but are in an inactive status if there are questions about the accuracy of their registration information, and they are not able to receive official election-related mailings.
This report shows a decrease from the 3.78 million registered active statewide voters reported in January 2019. This can likely be attributed to people moving from the state and the routine database maintenance that is done to ensure that voter information is current and correct.
“Keeping the voter registration database current and accurate is an important part of protecting the security of our elections,” Secretary Katie 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.