Do you qualify to participate in elections under Arizona and Federal Law?
To be eligible to register to vote in Arizona, a person must be:
- A citizen of the United States of America. This includes any U.S. citizen who has never resided in the United States but whose parent is a United States citizen registered to vote in Arizona (see A.R.S. § 16-103).
- 18-years old on or before the date of the next general election
- A resident of Arizona for 29 days preceding the election
- Able to write his or her name or make his or her mark (unless physically disabled)
- Not convicted of a felony or treason (unless restored to civil rights)
- Not adjudicated an incapacitated person (see A.R.S. § 14-5101)
(Uniformed Services are defined as the U.S. Armed Forces, merchant marine, commissioned corps of the Public Health Service and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.)
- Must be a citizen of the United States of America
- Resident of Arizona
- Must be a member of the Uniformed Services or a family member
- Must be stationed Out-of-County to utilize this request method (if you are stationed locally, then click here to contact your County Recorder's Office to get information on how to request a "regular" early ballot or to get local registration submission information)
(Civilians outside the U.S. applies to Arizona residents temporarily residing outside the U.S.)
Must be a citizen of the United States of America
- A resident of Arizona
- An overseas citizen means a U.S. citizen who resides outside the U.S., and who was qualified to register, except for age, in Arizona immediately prior to his or her departure from Arizona.